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UGF, Carroll and MSU-Northern Golfers make All-Conference

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Commissioner Kent Paulson announced the 2013-14 Frontier Conference Men’s All-Conference Golf team today. Daniel Thompsett of regular season champion Rocky Mountain College was named Player of the Year. James Walkinshaw of Lewis-Clark State was named the Freshman of the Year and Rocky Mountain’s Aaron Pohle was named Coach of the Year. The all-conference team is determined by the results of the league’s tournaments; the top five golfers receive first team honors, the second five receive second team honors. Players listed alphabetically. Lewis-Clark State, Rocky Mountain College, Carroll College and Westminster College each had two players earning all-conference honors. Players listed alphabetically.

On the women's side, for the second year in a row, Lewis-Clark State senior Heather Bruce was named Player of the Year. The all-conference team is determined by the results of the league’s tournaments; the top five golfers receive first team honors, the second five receive second team honors. This year, there were two golfers with identical scores equalling six golfers earning first team honors. Carroll College’s Katie Goins was named Freshman of the Year and Rocky Mountain College head coach Aaron Pohle was named Women’s Coach of the Year. Lewis Clark State College had four all-conference selections followed by Rocky Mountain with three. Players are listed in alphabetical order.

Men's All-Conference First Team

Jason Fritz, University of Great Falls, Sophomore (Lethbridge, Alberta)
Connor Hausauer, Carroll College, Junior (Bozeman, Mont.)
Chris Lien, Lewis-Clark State College, Sophomore (Heppner, Ore.)
Daniel Thompsett, Rocky Mountain College, Junior (Aboyne, Scotland)
James Walkinshaw, Lewis-Clark State College, Freshman (Wishaw, Scotland)

Men's All-Conference Second Team

Robert McKee, Westminster College, Junior (Spokane, Wash.)
Justin Newton, Montana State-Northern, Junior (Kalispell, Mont.)
Taylor Noble, Rocky Mountain College, Sohpmore (Columbus, Mont.)
Kalin Peterson, Westminster College, Freshman (West Jordan, Utah)
Taylor Ratliff, Carroll College, Junior (Fairfield, Mont.)


Women's All-Conference First Team

Brandi Bork, Westminster College, Senior (Emmett, Idaho)
Heather Bruce, Lewis-Clark State College, Senior (Enterprise, Ore.)
Kyla Clancy, Rocky Mountain College, Sophomore (Park City, Mont.)
Karina Davila, Lewis-Clark State College, Sophomore (Cordoba, Veracruz, Mexico)
Jackie Mee, Carroll College, Junior (Libby, Mont.)
Katy Peterson, Rocky Mountain College, Junior (Glendive, Mont.)

Women's All-Conference Second Team

Brooke Dagner, Lewis-Clark State College, Senior (Sonoma, Calif.)
Mari Hutsi, Westminster College, Junior (Tallinn, Estonia)
McKenzie Webinger, Rocky Mountain College, Sophomore (Laurel, Mont.)
Idah Whisenant, Lewis-Clark State College, Senior (Lewiston, Idaho)
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