Carroll Claims 3rd Consecutive Frontier Conference Award
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Carroll College has won its third consecutive Frontier Conference all-sports award.
Frontier Conference Commissioner Kent Paulson announced Wednesday that Carroll won the Bandy Memorial trophy for the 2011-12 school year based on its finishes in conference sports.
The Saints claimed conference titles in football, women’s cross country and tied for the conference title in women’s soccer to win their 10th Bandy Award with 105.5 points. Rocky Mountain was second with 98.5 points and Westminster College was third with 91 points.
Rocky Mountain captured the men’s golf title and was the co-champion in women’s soccer.
The Bandy award was named in honor of the first league commissioner George Bandy, his wife Cheryl Ann and their 8-year-old son Michael, who died in 1982 in a sailboat accident on Canyon Ferry Reservoir near Helena.
It was first presented after the 1982-83 season.