Moultrie, Stacy represent Lights on squad
The Montana State University-Northern women's basketball team landed eight players on the Frontier Conference all-academic team released last week.
To qualify for the team, athletes must be a sophomore in standing, maintain a 3.0 grade-point average and have participated in at least one-half of the contests.
Seniors Kelsy Burgmaier (biology major), Anna Fabatz (physical education), Abby Hjorth (health promotion) and Jackie Rasnick (English) highlighted the Skylights' selections.
Juniors Laura Munson (education), Paula Owens (communication) and Davina Shoemake (commerical service) were joined by sophomore Jennifer Young (business) on the squad.
Northern men's basketball players included on the all-academic team were senior Bruce Stacy (education) and junior K.C. Moultrie (communications).
Other women throughout the conference with local roots to make the team include Carroll's Charla Ray (Big Sandy, business), Great Falls's Erin Acra (Chinook, chemistry) and Western Montana's Julie Sherrill (Havre, physical education).
Great Falls's David Jensen (Chester, computer science) was the only other athlete from the Hi-Line to make the team.
The Skylights and Lights were coached this season by Kevin Emerick and Tim Walker, respectively.