Athletes of the Week

Athletes of the Week

WHITEFISH — Following are the Frontier Conference Athletes of the Week for the week of March 29.

Volleyball

Attacker of the Week: Sadie Lott, University of Providence, is a 5-foot-9 freshman middle blocker from Idaho Falls. University of Providence went 2-0 in their weekend home series against MSU-Northern. The 16th-ranked Argos won both matches by identical 3-0 scores. Lott averaged 3,83 kills per set with an attack percentage of .321. She also averaged 5.83 digs per set.

Defender of the Week: Sacha Legros, University of Providence, is a 5-9 senior outside hitter from Verviers, Belgium. Legros averaged 9.67 digs per set on the week.

Setter of the Week: Cydney Finberg-Roberts of the University of Providence, is a 5-11 junior setter from Columbia Falls.  Finberg-Roberts averaged 12.83 assists and three digs per set on the week.

Women’s cross country: Sydney Little Light of Rocky Mountain College is a junior from Crow Agency. At the Rocky Mountain College Open hosted by Rocky in Riverfront Park in Billings. Little Light finished first out of 17 runners with a time of 18:13 in the 5,000-meter race.

Men’s cross country: Jackson Wilson of Rocky Mountain College is a sophomore from Box Elder, South Dakota. He finished first out of 23 runners in the 8,000-meter at the Rocky Mountain College Cross Country Open at Riverside Park in Billings. Wilson’s winning time was 25:18.

Women’s outdoor track: Nikki Krueger of Carroll College is a junior from Kalispell. At the Al Manuel Northwest Invitational in Missoula, Krueger won the shot put with a throw of 13.44 meters. She also competed in the discus. Krueger’s winning shot put throw was a NAIA “B” Standard qualifying throw.

Men’s outdoor track: Chad Hemsley of Carroll College is a sophomore from Kalispell. At the Al Manuel Northwest Invitational in Missoula, he took first in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 56:49.

Football

Defensive Player of the Week: Zak Donato, Eastern Oregon University is a 6-3, 210-pound sophomore linebacker from Selah, Washington. In No. 21 Eastern Oregon’s 36-33 overtime win over Rocky Mountain College, Donato recorded five solo tackles, six assisted tackles and one tackle for loss (-1 yard). Also nominated: Thomas Robitaille of Carroll College.

Offensive Player of the Week: Kai Quinn of Eastern Oregon University is a 6-foot, 220-pound senior quarterback from Pendleton, Oregon. In Eastern’s win over Rocky Mountain College, Quinn was 24 of 35 passing for 256 yards, three touchdowns and one interception. He rushed for 85 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries. Also nominated: Duncan Kraft of Carroll College.

Special Teams Player of the Week: Zachary Cahill of Eastern Oregon University is a 6-foot, 185-pou8nd sophomore kicker from Boise. In Eastern’s win, Cahill handled all kicking for the Mountaineers. He was a perfect 3 for 3 in PAT’s and kicked a 43-yard field goal. As a punter, his longest punt of the game was a 60-yard beauty.



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