Seven Warriors earn conference academic honors
Seven members of the Lewis-Clark State College women’s basketball team were named to the Academic All-Frontier Conference Women’s Basketball Team, conference commissioner Kent Paulson announced on Wednesday.
To be eligible for the team, a student-athlete must be at least a sophomore in standing, maintain a 3.0 GPA, and be enrolled at the school the previous two semesters.
Players named to the team were seniors Lauren Daling, Madison Mendezona, and Kenna Reiter; juniors Tasha Bishop, Jasmine Stohr, and Kirsi Voshell; and sophomore Annie Kane.
The Warriors went 29-5 on the season en route to their fifth straight conference tournament championship and 15th national tournament appearance. The program has now won 20 or more games in 19 consecutive seasons.
Out of eight Frontier Conference schools, only Rocky Mountain College, which had nine players honored, had more players named to the academic team than LCSC.
Name Hometown Yr. Major
Tasha Bishop Meridian, Idaho Jr. Business
Lauren Daling Waterville, Wash. Sr. Biology
Annie Kane Lapwai, Idaho So. Kinesiology
Madison Mendezona Tualatin, Ore. Sr. Elementary Education
Kenna Reiter Central Point, Ore. Sr. Biology
Jasmine Stohr Yakima, Wash. Jr. Elementary Education
Kiri Voshell Pullman, Wash. Jr. Secondary Education