Carroll College junior center Cassidy Hashley was named to the Frontier All-Conference first team, released by the conference Tuesday. Junior guard Bailey Pasta and sophomore forward Hannah Dean were named honorable mention all-conference selections.
Hashley led the conference in rebounds per game by a large margin at 9.48. She tallied 50 more rebounds than second-place Sierra Richards of MSU-Northern.
To go along with her rebounding acumen, Hashley also led the Saints in scoring and was fifth in the Frontier Conference with 14.42 points per game. She was third in the conference in field goal percentage at 51.6 percent.
The junior from Kalispell was a All-Frontier Conference second team selection in 2015-16 and 2014-15 when she was also named the Frontier Conference Freshman of the Year.
Pasta, a junior point guard, earned honorable mention honors after scoring 10.4 points per game and leading the Saints with 86 assists, sixth in the Frontier.
Dean, a sophomore forward, was second in the conference with 51 blocks. She was third on the team with 10.2 points per game.
The Saints finished the year with an 18-13 record, and an 8-10 mark in Frontier Conference play.
Lewis-Clark State’s Brian Orr and Montana Western’s Lindsay Woolley share Coach of the Year honors. Cailyn Orlandi, Lewis-Clark State senior guard, was selected Player of the Year.
University of Great Falls junior guard Stephanie McDonagh was selected Defensive Player of the Year. Rocky Mountain College junior guard Keisha Engelhardt was selected Newcomer of the Year.
Markaela Francis of Rocky Mountain and Jenna Randich of the University of Great Falls share Freshman of the Year honors. Lewis-Clark State sophomore forward/post Hailey Turner was selected the league’s 6th Player of the Year.