Stohr, Fierro earn FC first-team honors; Reiter, Voshell are 2nd team
WHITEFISH, Mont. – Sophomores Jasmine Stohr and Alyssa Fierro were selected to the all-Frontier Conference first team for women’s basketball, while junior Kenna Reiter and sophomore Kirsi Voshell were second team selections, league commission Kent Paulson has announced.
A total of 12 players were selected to the first team by a vote of the league’s eight head coaches, while eight more were selected to the second team.
Stohr (left photo), a 6-foot guard from Yakima, Wash., led a balanced Warrior attack this season by averaging a team-best 15.0 points per game, which ranks second in the conference. She was second on the team in 3-points made with 37 and led the team with 101 free throws made. She was third on the team in free-throw shooting at 81.5 percent and was fourth in rebounding at 3.7 per game. She also tied for second in assists, was third in blocked shots, and second in steals.
It’s the second straight year Stohr has earned first-team honors. Last season, she also was chosen the conference’s Freshman of the Year.
Fierro (left), a 6-2 post from Bigfork, Mt., was second on the team in scoring at 10.6 points per game and also was second in rebounding at 7.2 per game. She also had 48 blocked shots on the season, which helped LCSC set a single-season team record for blocked shots. The 48 blocks ranks her 16h nationally. She finished third on the team in field goal percentage and was sixth in 3-pointers made.
Reiter, a 5-8 point guard from Central Point, Ore., started all 32 games this season and averaged 7.3 points and 3.3 rebounds per game. She led the team in assists with 114 and ranks No. 34 in the NAIA in assist/turnover ratio at 1.59. She also is 40th nationally in assists.
Voshell, a 6-3 post from Pullman, Wash., set a single-season blocks record at LCSC as she has 60 thus far. She ranks 12th in the NAIA in total blocks and also is 39th in rebounds and 40th in offensive rebounds. She is averaging a team-best 7.7 rebounds per game and has 89 offensive rebounds. She is averaging 9.6 points per game and is second on the team in field goal percentage at 55.3 percent.
The 12-member first team featured four seniors, four juniors, three sophomores, and one freshman, while the second team had three seniors, three juniors, two sophomores, and a freshman. Of the 13 underclassmen, LCSC led the way with four, while Montana State-Northern had three
Regular-season conference champion Westminster also had four players honored, but three were selected to the first team. Westminster senior McKenzie Jessop was selected as both the Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year. Montana Tech’s Taesha Higbee was the Newcomer of the Year, while Westminster’s Nicole Yazzie was the Freshman of the Year. Westminster coach J.D. Gustin was selected Coach of the Year.
Name School Yr. Hometown
Alex Dunn Carroll College Jr. Salt Lake City, Utah
Alysha Green Carroll College So. Spokane, Wash.
Alyssa Fierro Lewis-Clark State College So. Bigfork, Mont.
Jasmine Stohr Lewis-Clark State College So. Yakima, Wash.
Zivile Gaizutyte MSU-Northern Jr. Vilnius, Lithuania
Samm Schermele MSU-Northern Jr. Great Falls, Mont.
Jessie DePell Montana Tech Sr. Spokane, Wash.
Taesha Higbee Montana Tech Jr. Taylorsville, Utah
Molly Schenderline Rocky Mountain College Sr. Lodge Grass, Mont.
Keshia Catten Westminster College Sr. Murray, Utah
McKenzie Jessop Westminster College Sr. Murray, Utah
Nicole Yazzie Westminster College Fr. Taylorsville, Utah
Name School Yr. Hometown
Elly Buursema Carroll College Sr. Reed Point, Mont.
Kenna Reiter Lewis-Clark State College Jr. Central Point, Ore.
Kirsi Voshell Lewis-Clark State College So. Pullman, Wash.
Taylor Keller MSU-Northern Jr. Custer, Mont.
Jenessa Todd Montana Tech Sr. Denton, Mont.
Kristen Luedtke Montana Western Sr. Butte, Mont.
Adrienne Green Rocky Mountain College Jr. Reed Point, Mont.
Allie Eastman Westminster College Fr. Woodruff, Utah