BILLINGS — Several Rocky Mountain College athletes were named All-Frontier Conference on Tuesday in volleyball, men's and women's soccer, and men's and women's cross country.
Sydney Little Light, fresh off a second-place finish in the women's competition at the NAIA national championships, was named the Frontier's cross country women's runner of the year. Little Light also won women's race at the conference championships. Sarah Paquet and Mei-Li Stevens were also first-team selections.
In men's cross country, Jackson Wilson, the Frontier champion, was chosen as men's runner of the year. Teammate Jackson Duffey was also a first-team pick.
Defensive specialist Ayla Embry was chosen as the Frontier's defensive player of the year for volleyball, as well as being named first-team all-conference. Embry is the school's all-time digs leader, and broke the program's single-game digs record with 53. Hitter Weiying Wu was named to the second team, while setter Blythe Sealey was selected to the all-freshman team.
Men's soccer player Milo Downey was a first-team selection. Teammates Niklas Kneller, Finn Lane and Connor O'Reilly were honorable mention picks.
In women's soccer, Halle Labert and Shaney McCabe were named to the first team, while Tiara Duford was honorable mention.