By Ryan Divish/Havre Daily News Sports Editoremail@example.com
Frontier Conference men's and women's regular season champion Carroll College dominated postseason honors, sweeping the most valuable player and coach of the year honors and placing multiple players on the all-conference teams in both leagues.
The Carroll College women's team, which won the regular season as well as the Frontier Conference Tournament title, had four players earn all-conference honors led by senior Emili Woody, who was named the league's most valuable player.
Woody averaged 14.3 points and 10.3 rebounds while leading the Saints to a 28-6 record so far and a berth in the NAIA National Tournament.
Joining her on the first team was teammate, Andrea Hall, who averaged 14.2 points per game and made 83 3-pointers on the season..
Former Malta and Havre High standout Jolene Fuzesy, was named honorable mention as well as taking home freshman of the year honors after averaging 12.4 points per game and hitting 74 3-pointers. Carroll sophomore Laci High also earned honorable mention.
For the MSU-Northern Skylights, junior transfer Jaci Heny took home first team honors after helping lead the Skylights to a 25-10 record on the season.