Riding a historic offensive streak during the second half of the season, junior forward Morgan Quarnberg earned the Big Sky Conference's Golden Boot Award and was one of four players to earn All-Big Sky Conference honors on Tuesday.
Quarnberg, who hails from Pleasant Grove, Utah, scored in Weber State's final six matches of the season, and she found the back of the net eight times in eight matches to finish the Big Sky season with a league-best 16 points and eight goals.
The Golden Boot Award is given annually to the player with the most total offensive points in conference play. Quarnberg became the fifth Weber State player, and first since 2013, to earn the award, joining a decorated quartet that includes Big Sky MVP's Natalie Hensley, Rochelle Hoover, Hayley McCoy and Mackenzi Harrison.
Quarnberg was also named to the All-Big Sky Conference Second Team, joining junior midfielder Madison Garlock and sophomore central defender Gabrielle Vivier-Hannay. Freshman central defender Haley Thomas was also named All-Big Sky Honorable Mention.
Garlock led the Big Sky in assists during conference play with five helpers in 10 matches, and she finished the season with six assists overall, which was tied for the Big Sky's overall lead.
Vivier-Hannay started all 18 matches for the Wildcats this year, helping the Purple and White to a 1.43 goals-against average and two shutouts.
Thomas started 14 of the Wildcats' 18 matches.
Justin Johnson is an Athletic Communications Assistant at Weber State University. For more information about Weber State University athletics, please visit: http://www.weberstatesports.com.