WHITEFISH — Korey Krumm of Montana Tech was named Frontier Conference Volleyball Player of the Week.
Krumm is a 5-foot-9 sophomore middle blocker from Anaconda, Mont. Tech went unbeaten for the weekend, beating Rocky Mountain 3-0 and Dickinson State 3-0. Krumm averaged six kills per set with a hitting percentage of .640 for the weekend. She also had 1.17 digs, .50 solo blocks and 17 assisted blocks.
Also nominated: Emily Atkinson of Westminster College, Elli Graff of Carroll College, Hillary Isleifson of Montana State-Northern, Shelby Mack of Montana Western, Esther Timofeyev of Rocky Mountain, Niurka Toribio of Lewis-Clark State and Kelsey Van Uden of the University of Great Falls.
Offensive Player of the Week: Dakota Stonehouse, Carroll College, 6-foot-1, 195-pound, junior quarterback from Glenwood Springs, Colo. In then No. 6 Carroll’s 49-52 loss at then No. 19 Southern Oregon, Stonehouse was 19 of 33 passing for 248 yards and four touchdowns. He also rushed for 206 yards and one touchdowns on 19 carries. Also nominated: Bryce Baker of Rocky Mountain, Dylan Kramer of Montana Western, Cole McKenzie of Southern Oregon and Trent Thomas of Montana Tech.
Defensive Player of the Week: Kalii Robinson, Southern Oregon, 6-foot, 190-pound, senior linebacker, from Los Angeles, Calif. In then No. 19 Southern Oregon’s 52-49 upset win over then No. 6 Carroll College, Robinson had seven solo tackles, six assisted tackles and two tackles for loss. Also nominated: Jacob Barit of Rocky Mountain, Jesse McCloud of Montana Western, Howard McDonald of Eastern Oregon, Jordon Van Voast of Montana State-Northern and Jacob Workman of Montana Tech.
Special Teams Player of the Week: Mackenzie Crossley, Montana Western, 6-foot, 172 lbs, senior kicker from Smithfield, Utah. In Western’s 23-20 win over Rocky Mountain College, Crossley kicked three field goals including the winning field goal with a little over a minute remaining in the game. He was also 2 for 2 in PAT’s. Also nominated; Trevor Baum of Montana State-Northern, Matt Berg of Montana Tech, Nick Knell of Rocky Mountain and Mike Olson of Southern Oregon.
— Frontier Conference Sports Information