Field Hockey: Molly Fraher. Fraher earns her first Most Valuable Player award in her senior season. Fraher piloted the Spartans to the second-seed in the NAC Tournament, earning all-conference first-team honors. Fraher ranked second on the team with nine goals, and provided leadership to a young Spartan squad.
Men's Golf: Eric Slosek. Slosek was named MVP for the second-straight season as he led the Spartans to a runner-up finish in the NAC Championship. Slosek was named NAC Golfer of the Week after leading the Spartans to a win at the Utica Invitational, shooting a 75 to earn medalist honors.
Men's Soccer: Mike Anthony. Anthony earns team MVP for the second time, bookending a fantastic career with the awards as a freshman and now in his senior season. Anthony was named NAC Goalie of the Year for the third-straight season, posting six shutouts and a 1.23 goals against average. Anthony was named NAC and ECAC Player of the Week after earning a 2-0 shutout at Plymouth State, leading Castleton to its first win over the Panthers since 1976.
Women's Soccer: Katie Hoxsie. Hoxsie wraps up her career with her first MVP award in what was a stellar year for the senior defender. Hoxsie earned NAC and ECAC Player of the Week honors after leading Castleton to a 1-0 win over Husson University during the season, scoring the lone goal and shutting down the opponent's biggest scoring threat. The marking back earned all-conference first-team honors for her efforts, her fourth appointment to the all-conference team. Hoxsie was an integral part in Castleton's undefeated conference regular season, and impressive 854 minute scoreless streak at Spartan Stadium.
Women's Tennis: Michelle Podnecky. Podnecky earns her second-straight team MVP award as a sophomore, going 11-2 this season and earning Conference Player of the Year honors. Podnecky won her last 10-consecutive singles matches on the season, including the number-one singles title in the NAC Championship.
Women's Volleyball: Jamie Lemieux. Lemieux wraps up her four-year career with her fourth-straight MVP award. Lemieux led the team in kills (276), aces (82), and blocks (41). She was named all-conference first-team for the second-straight season and earned NAC Player of the Week three times in leading the Spartans to the NAC Final Four for the first time in program history.