(Editor’s note: Frontier Conference media releases)
WHITEFISH – Zebadiah Boos and Shana Cosby of the University of Providence and Bryce Green and Brooke Endy of Carroll College earned Frontier Conference outdoor track and field athletes of the week, the league announced Monday. All four athletes were recognized for their efforts at the Yellowjacket/Battlin’ Bears Open hosted by MSU Billings and Rocky Mountain College in Billings.
Boos, a junior from Mount Calvary, Wis., is the men’s outdoor field athlete of the week. He took first in the hammer throw (48.47 meters) and fifth in the discus (42.96 meters). His hammer throw was a personal best and a new Providence school record.
Cosby, a junior from Great Falls, is the women’s field athlete of the week. She took first in the javelin throw with an NAIA A-qualifying standard throw of 41.40 meters. She now has the fourth-best throw in the NAIA this season.
Green, a senior from Townsend, is the men’s outdoor track athlete of the week. He finished first in the 400-meter hurdles (56.73) and first in the 110-meter hurdles (15.67).
Endy, a junior from Billings, is the women’s track athlete of the week. She ran the first leg of the winning 4×100 relay team (49.69) and finished third the 100-meter dash (12.93).