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Argos Place Two on Women's All-Conference Hoops Team

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Frontier Conference commissioner Kent Paulson announced the 2013-14 Women's All-Conference Basketball team, as well as individual award winners Wednesday after balloting by the league's coaches.

For the third year in a row, Westminster College's Shelley Jarrard was selected Coach
of the Year. Jarrard led Westminster to the regular season conference and tournament
championship and a berth to the national tournament. Alli Blake, Westminster College
senior forward, was named the Player of the Year.

Junior forward A'jha Edwards of Montana State-Northern was named Newcomer of the
Year. Junior guard Tia Pappas of Westminster College was named Defensive Player of
the Year. Caelyn Orlandi of Lewis-Clark State was named Freshman of the Year.
Westminster College junior guard Amy Krommenhoek was selected the league's 6th
Player of the Year.

First Team All-Conference

Player School Ht. Yr Pos. Hometown

Tanis Fuller Lewis-Clark State 5-10 Jr. G/F Lewiston, Idaho
A'jha Edwards MSU-Northern 6-5 Jr. F Sierra Vista, Ariz.
Lindsey Abramson University of Great Falls 6-2 Jr. F Phoenix, Ariz.
Erin Legel University of Great Falls 5-5 So. G Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Alli Blake Westminster College 5-11 Sr. F Kaysville, Utah
Tia Pappas Westminster College 5-7 Jr. G Price, Utah

Second Team All-Conference

Bailey Snelling Carroll College 5-8 Jr. G Judith Gap, Mont.
Brittaney Niebergall Lewis-Clark State 5-3 Jr. G Portland, Ore.
Mandy Machinal Montana Tech 5-7 Jr. G. Richland, Wash.
Sammi Bignell Montana Western 5-10 Sr. G. Avon, Mont.
Shelby Elsworth Westminster College 5-11 So. F Pasco, Wash.

Honorable Mention All-Conference

Kalee Junkermier Carroll College 5-10 Jr. G Spokane, Wash.
Mariah Duran Dickinson State 5-5 Sr. G Murray, Utah
Caelyn Orlandi Lewis-Clark State 5-9 Fr. G Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Rachelle Bennett MSU-Northern 5-7 Jr. G Joliet, Mont.
Natalee Faupel MSU-Northern 5-10 Fr. G/F Butte, Mont.
Kelsey DeWit Montana Tech 6-2 Sr. C Columbia Falls, Mont.
Jenna Banks Montana Western 5-3 Jr. G Bozeman, Mont.
Roxy Thurman Montana Western 5-8 Sr. G Big Fork, Mont.
Brittany Kumm Rocky Mountain 5-4 Sr. G Great Falls, Mont.
Amy Krommenhoek Westminster College 5-7 Jr. G American Fork, Utah

 

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