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By Amber Kuehn, Helena IR, 04.06.14

Former Townsend star Annie Anderson signed with Carroll College women’s basketball Friday. After playing last year at Spokane Community College in Washington, Anderson reunites with former high school teammate Baylee Watson. The two players — who stand at 6-foot-1 and 6-2 — were affectionately known as Townsend’s “Twin Towers.”

Saints coach Rachelle Sayers said Carroll recruited Anderson hard out of high school, and the program is thankful she decided to return to her home state to continue her college hoops career.

“She and Baylee, with the success they had in Townsend, just have a great chemistry,” Sayers said. “We knew playing together they would be a perfect fit.”

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By the Helena IR

Three Carroll College women’s basketball players were named Academic All-Conference, released by the Frontier Conference on March 23, 2014. Junior elementary education major Bailey Snelling, and sophomores Katie Estey (health sciences) and Alison Sullivan (nursing) made the men’s Academic All-Conference team. To be eligible, student-athletes must be at least a sophomore in standing, maintain a 3.0 GPA and be enrolled at the school the previous two semesters.

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The All-Frontier Conference Women’s Basketball Team was released Wednesday, and Carroll College saw a pair of players recognized for their efforts this season. Juniors Bailey Snelling and Kalee Junkermier were both on the team, Snelling making the second team and Junkermier honorable mention.

Snelling, a guard from Judith Gap, averaged 13.1 points, 1.4 steals and 2.5 assists per game. Junkermier, a guard from Spokane, Wash., averaged 9.4 points and 3.7 rebounds per game.

Westminster senior Alli Blake was named the Player of the Year, while her coach, Shelley Jarrard, was named Coach of the Year for the third straight season. Junior A’jha Edwards of Montana State-Northern was tabbed as the Newcomer of the Year, while Westminster’s Tia Pappas, a junior, is the Defensive Player of the Year. Caelyn Orlandi from Lewis-Clark State was selected as Freshman of the Year and Westminster’s Amy Krommenhoek was named the 6th Player of the Year.

First Team All-Conference

  • Tanis Fuller, Lewis-Clark State, 5-10 junior guard/forward, Lewiston, Idaho
  • A’jha Edwards, MSU-Northern, 6-5 junior forward, Sierra Vista, Ariz.
  • Lindsey Abramson, University of Great Falls, 6-2 junior forward, Phoenix, Ariz.
  • Erin Legel, University of Great Falls, 5-5 sophomore guard, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
  • Alli Blake, Westminster College, 5-11 senior forward, Kaysville, Utah
  • Tia Pappas, Westminster College, 5-7 junior guard, Price, Utah

Second Team All-Conference

  • Bailey Snelling, Carroll College, 5-8 junior guard, Judith Gap
  • Brittaney Niebergall, Lewis-Clark State, 5-3 junior guard, Portland, Ore.
  • Mandy Machinal, Montana Tech, 5-7 junior guard, Richland, Wash.
  • Sammi Bignell, Montana Western, 5-10 senior guard, Avon
  • Shelby Elsworth, Westminster College, 5-11 sophomore forward, Pasco, Wash.

Honorable Mention All-Conference

  • Kalee Junkermier, Carroll College, 5-10 junior guard, Spokane, Wash.
  • Mariah Duran, Dickinson State, 5-5 senior guard, Murray, Utah
  • Caelyn Orlandi, Lewis-Clark State, 5-9 freshman guard, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
  • Rachelle Bennett, MSU-Northern, 5-7 junior guard, Joliet
  • Natalee Faupel, MSU-Northern, 5-10 freshman guard/forward, Butte
  • Kelsey DeWit, Montana Tech, 6-2 senior center, Columbia Falls
  • Jenna Banks, Montana Western, 5-3 junior guard, Bozeman
  • Roxy Thurman, Montana Western, 5-8 senior guard, Big Fork
  • Brittany Kumm, Rocky Mountain, 5-4 senior guard, Great Falls
  • Amy Krommenhoek, Westminster College, 5-7 junior guard, American Fork, Utah

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By The Independent Record

The All-Frontier Conference Women’s Basketball Team was released Wednesday, and Carroll College saw a pair of players recognized for their efforts this season. Juniors Bailey Snelling and Kalee Junkermier were both on the team, Snelling making the second team and Junkermier honorable mention.

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By Billings Gazette's Mike Scherting

Mika Robinson knows the value of some alone time.

“At practice, you don’t always get the chance to work on your own shot because you’re working on running plays and things,” the 5-foot-9 Billings West senior guard says. “So at night, you work on your own shot and improve there.”

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Frontier Conference commissioner Kent Paulson announced the 2013-14 Women’s All-Conference Basketball team, as well as individual award winners today after balloting by the league’s coaches.

For the second year in a row, Westminster College’s Shelley Jarrard was selected Coach of the Year. Jarrard led Westminster to the regular season conference and tournament championship and a berth to the national tournament.

Alli Blake, Westminster College senior forward, was named the Player of the Year. Junior forward A’jha Edwards of Montana State-Northern was named Newcomer of the Year. Junior guard Tia Pappas of Westminster College was named Defensive Player of the Year. Caelyn Orlandi of Lewis-Clark State was named Freshman of the Year. Westminster College junior guard Amy Krommenhoek was selected the league’s 6th Player of the Year.

Carroll College had two players named to the team.

Bailey Snelling, a junior guard from Judith Gap, MT was selected to the 2nd-team.   Snelling averaged 13.1 points per game, 1.4 steals and 2.5 assists per game.

Kalee Junkermier, a junior guard from Spokane, WA was named Honorable Mention.  Junkermier averaged 9.4 points per game and 3.7 rebounds per game.

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