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Player of the Week
Football
Defensive Player of the Week
Cory Brady
College of Idaho
Cory Brady a 5-foot-11, 175 lbs, freshman defensive back, from Boise, Idaho.

He was also named the NAIA Defensive Player of the Week.

In College of Idaho’s 31-28 win over Montana Western, Brady recorded 5 solo tackles and two assisted tackles. He had three pass interceptions, two of which led to College of Idaho scores.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Anthony Carrion of Rocky Mountain College, Sean Condon of Carroll College, Matt Gayman of Eastern Oregon and Julius Rucker of Southern Oregon.
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Football
Special Teams Player of the Week
Luke Taylor
College of Idaho
Luke Taylor is a 6-foot, 195 lbs, freshman kicker from Tumwater, Wash.

In College of Idaho’s 31-28 win over Montana Western,, Rueschhoff was 1 of 1 field goals including the game winning 22-yarder and was 4 of 4 PAT’s.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order: Cedric Fost of Rocky Mountain College and Matt Wiest of Carroll College.
Player of the Week
Football
Offensive Player of the Week
Teejay Gordon
College of Idaho
Teejay Gordon a 5-foot-11, 185 lbs, junior quarterback from Manteca, Calif.

In College of Idaho’s 31-28 win over Montana Western, Gordon was 9 of 20 passing for 208 yards and one touchdown. He also rushed for 70 yards and one touchdown on 23 carries.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Jace Billingsley of Eastern Oregon, Anthony Clarke of Carroll College, Nick Newberry of Rocky Mountain College and Dylan Young of Southern Oregon.
Player of the Week
Men's Soccer
Offensive Player of the Week
Danny Delgadilo
University of Great Falls
Delgadilo, a 5-foot-7 senior forward from Long Beach, Calif., was named the Offensive Player of the Week.

Great Falls went 2-0 for the week beating Presentation College(S.D.) 3-0 and previously unbeaten University of Jamestown (N.D.) 2-0. For the week, Delgadilo scored two goals and five total points.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Isaac Bostrom of Carroll College, Ronaldo Goncalves of Rocky Mountain College and Jonnathan Rodriguez of Westminster College.

Player of the Week
Women's Soccer
Offensive Player of the Week
Danielle De La Vina
University of Great Falls
De La Vina, a 5-4 senior forward from Gilbert, Ariz., was named the Offensive Player of the Week.

Great Falls went 2-0 for the week. The Lady Argos defeated Presentation College (S.D.) 7-0 and University of Jamestown 2-1 in overtime. She scored seven goals and had 14 total points. Her five goals against Presentation is a new school single match record. De La Vina scored the game-winner in overtime against Jamestown.

Also nominated, in alphabetical order; Lexi Tucker of Westminster College and Caitlyn Walter of Carroll College.
Player of the Week
Men's Soccer
Defensive Player of the Week
Eddie Gutierrez
University of Great Falls
Gutierrez, a 6-foot senior defender from Las Vegas, Nev., was named the Defensive Player of the Week.

Great Falls went 2-0 for the week beating Presentation College(S.D.) 3-0 and previously unbeaten University of Jamestown (N.D.) 2-0. He led the Argo defense in their two shutouts.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Eddie Cass of Rocky Mountain College, Sean Lyne of Westminster College and Conor Smith of Carroll College.
Player of the Week
Women's Soccer
Defensive Player of the Week
Kandace Leliefeld
University of Great Falls
Leliefeld, a 5-foot-3 senior defender from Deer Park, Wash., was named the Defensive Player of the Week.

The Lady Argos defeated Presentation College (S.D.) 7-0 and University of Jamestown 2-1 in overtime. She anchored the defense in their two road wins.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order; Jamie Carter of Carroll College and Abi Yanke of Westminster College.
Player of the Week
Women's Golf
Golfer of the Week
Mari Hutsi
Westminster College
Hutsi is a junior from Tallinn, Estonia.

She was the women’s medalist at the Montana Tech Invitational. Hutsi fired a 71-76 to win individual honors.
Player of the Week
Men's Golf
Golfer of the Week
Daniel Thompsett
Rocky Mountain College
Thompsett is a senior from Aboyne, Scotland.

At the Montana Tech Invitational, he tied Cam Howe of Westminster College in regulation.

On the first playoff hole, both players scored a par. Thompsett claimed medalist honors by defeating Howe in second playoff hole. In regulation, he shot 70, 73 and 70.
Player of the Week
Volleyball
Player of the Week
Yang Yang
Rocky Mountain College
Yang is a 6-foot senior middle blocker from Yongan, China. Rocky Mountain went 2-0 in the opening weekend of Frontier Conference play. The Bears beat Westminster College 3-0 and Montana Western 3-0.

Yang averaged 5.67 kills with a .470 attack percentage. She also averaged 1.50 digs and added four solo blocks and seven assisted blocks.

Also nominated, listed in alphabetical order: Megan Gallegos of Westminster College, Dayna Jensen of Montana State-Northern, Alyssa McEwan of the University of Great Falls, Tessa Miller of Montana Western, Desiree Nielson of Lewis-Clark State, Sydney Norris of Montana Tech and Rebecca Sweeney of Carroll College.
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