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Argos' Abramson Named Frontier Conference Player of Week

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Whitefish, MT - Lindsey Abramson of the University of Great Falls was named the Frontier Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Week.

Abramson is a 6-foot-2 junior forward from Phoenix, Ariz. The Lady Argos went 1-1 for the weekend. Great Falls lost at Dickinson State 71-77 and won at Rocky Mountain College.

She averaged 31.5 points and 13.5 rebounds. Abramson was 24 of 42 from the field (57 percent) and 14 of 19 from the free throw line (74 percent. She scored 51 points against Rocky breaking a 10-year old single game school record. Abramson had her seventh and eighth double-double of the season.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order: Jess Bygate of Dickinson State, Natalee Faupel of Montana State-Northern, Tanis Fuller of Lewis-Clark State,

Megan Halstead of Rocky Mountain, Tia Pappas of Westminster College and Bailey Snelling of Carroll College.

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