Indoor track standouts from Rocky Mountain College, Montana Tech and Carroll College were chosen by the Frontier Conference Monday as the athletes of the week.
Abby Clark of Tech and Sydney Little Light of Rocky were the recipients on the women's side. Brett Glaser of Carroll and Jackson Wilson of Rocky were the honorees for the men.
At Montana State's Bobcat Challenge in Bozeman, Glaser, a senior from Glasgow, was first in the men's heptathlon with a national-qualifying score of 4,597 points.
Wilson, a junior from Box Elder, South Dakota, qualified for nationals with his second-place clocking of 4:19.83 (4:11.03 altitude adjusted time) in the mile.
Clark, a sophomore from Fort Benton, was first in the women's pentathlon with a score of 3,390 points, an NAIA qualifying score.
Little Light, a senior from Crow Agency, won the women's mile in Bozeman with a national-qualifying time of 5:06.31 (4:46.77 altitude adjusted time).
She has also qualified for nationals with an "A" time in the 3,000 meters at a previous meet in South Dakota.