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Several Area Athletes Earn Frontier Conference P.O.W. Honors

WHITEFISH, Mont., Feb. 10, 2014 – Alfie Miller of Montana State-Northern was named the Frontier Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Week.

Miller is a 6-foot senior forward from Seattle, Wash. The Lights went 2-0 for the weekend with home wins over Montana Tech 77-72 (OT) and Lewis-Clark State 88-84.

He averaged 20.5 points and six rebounds. Miller was 14 of 19 (74 percent) from the field, including 12 of 16 3-point field goals (75 percent) and 1 of 2 from free throw line.

Also nominated: Tyree Anderson of Rocky Mountain College, E.J. Farris of Lewis-Clark State, Tallon Robertson of Westminster College, Zach Taylor of Carroll College and Marcel Towns of the University of Great Falls.

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WHITEFISH, Mont., Feb. 10 2014 – Erin Legel of the University of Great Falls (UGF) was named the Frontier Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Week.

Legel is a 5-foot-5 sophomore guard from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. The Lady Argos downed Montana Tech 89-67 and upset No. 13 Lewis-Clark State 87-67.

She averaged 25 points, six rebounds and six assists Legel was 17 of 34 from field (50 percent) and 7 of 15 (47 percent) in three-point field goals and 9 of 11 from the free throw line (82 percent).

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order: Sammi Bignell of Montana Western, A'jha Edwards of Montana State-Northern, Tanis Fuller of Lewis-Clark State, Amy Krommenhoek of Westminster College, Brittany Kumm of Rocky Mountain College and Bailey Snelling of Carroll College.

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WHITEFISH, Mont., Feb. 10, 2014 – Easton Padden of Carroll College was named the Frontier Conference Men's Indoor Field Athlete of the Week.

Padden a senior from Laurel, Mont., won the pole vault at the Montana State Invitational. His winning vault was a season best 17.04 feet.

Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order, Jacob Henry of the University of Great Falls and Kale Schmidt of Lewis-Clark State.

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WHITEFISH, Mont., Feb. 10, 2014 – Latecia Howell of Carroll College was named the Frontier Conference Women's Indoor Track Athlete of the Week.

Howell, is a junior from Rathdrum, Idaho. At the Montana State Open in Bozeman, Mont., she won the women's 55-meter (7.3) and finished second in the women's 55-meter hurdles (9.29).

Also nominated, Nicole Brist of the University of Great Falls, Rachel Cundy of Lewis-Clark State and Ana Richter of Rocky Mountain College.

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