Montana Western kicker Seth Mason received the Frontier Conference Special Teams Player of the Week, the league announced today.
Also, Eastern Oregon’s Zach Bartlow received the Offensive Player of the Week award, while Carroll College’s James Dowgin took home the top defensive award.
Mason is a 6-foot-2, 200-pound junior from Hamilton. In then No. 16 Western’s 9-10 conference loss to then No. 6 Carroll College, Mason was 3 of 4 in field goals, scoring all of UMW’s points.
Also nominated for the honor were Matt Berg of Montana Tech, Evan Connolly of Rocky Mountain College and Dylan Torgeron of Carroll College.
Bartlow is a 6-foot, 195-pound junior quarterback from Waitsburg, Washington. In Eastern’s 35-36 double overtime conference loss to Rocky Mountain College, Bartlow was 25 of 40 passing for 264 yards and four touchdowns.
Also nominated were Nolan Saraceni of Montana Tech, Marcus Lenhardt of College of Idaho, Matt Retzlaff of Southern Oregon, Sam Rutherford of Montana Western and Kodee Varner of Rocky Mountain College.
Dowgin is a 6-foot-2, 198-pound senior defensive back from Greeley, Colorado. In then No. 6 Carroll’s 10-9 conference victory over then No. 16 Montana Western, Dowgin recorded 13 unassisted tackles, four assisted tackles, one pass break up and an interception.
Also nominated were David Meis of Montana Tech Karrington Jones of Southern Oregon, Nate Moore of College of Idaho, Gary Posten of Eastern Oregon, Ryan Soto of Rocky Mountain College and Reno Ward of Montana Western.