Connor McCracken was named Co-Player of the Year and was one of Lewis-Clark State's three first-team honorees on the All-Frontier Conference men's golf team announced Sunday.
Jason Molner and Kyler Gable of L-C joined McCracken on the first unit, while teammates Drew Reinland and Tyler Johnson made the second team.
Reinland was also chosen men's Freshman of the Year, and the Warriors' Paul Thompson was Coach of the Year.
Alana Norris and Brooke Dagner of the Lewiston school were second-unit picks on the women's team.
McCracken, a senior from Eagle, Idaho, shared Player of the Year honors with Connor Rakowski of Rocky Mountain College.
The top women's awards went to Jenteal Jackson of Westminster as Player of the Year, Katy Peterson of Rocky Mountian as the top freshman and Chris Hendrickson of Westminser as the premier coach.
The conference also announced its academic all-league team, placing L-C golfers McCracken, Kyler Nilsson and Brad Tracy on the men's squad and Norris, Shanna Herman, Brittney Wheeler and Idah Whisenant on the women's team.
All-Frontier Conference golf
Men's first team - Connor McCracken, Lewis-Clark State; Connor Rakowski, Rocky Mountain; Jason Molner, Lewis-Clark State; Ben McIsaac, Carroll; Kyler Gable, Lewis-Clark State; Jim Mee, Carroll.
Women's first team - Jenteal Jackson, Westminster; Rachel Hosterman, Rocky Mountain; Mikayla Williamson, Westminster; Katy Peterson, Rocky Mountain; Candace Dechant, Westminster.