Fall Frosty Awards Nominees: Female Newcomer of the Year

Fall Frosty Awards Nominees: Female Newcomer of the Year

From now until Jan. 1, the Carson-Newman Athletic Communications Department will debut the Frosty Award nominees for the fall semester.  These are the fall nominees for Female Newcomer of the Year. Teusday, we'll unveil the candidates for Male Freshman of the Year. 

The fourth annual Frosty Awards will take place in April and honor athletic excellence in Carson-Newman's athletic department. 


  • Female Newcomer of the Year
  • Male Newcomer of the Year
  • Male Freshman of the Year
  • Female Freshman of the Year
  • Coach of the Year
  • Team of the Year
  • Play of the Year
  • Male Performance of the Year
  • Female Performance of the Year
  • Game of the Year
  • Upset of the Year
  • Comeback of the Year
  • Male Athlete of the Year
  • Female Athlete of the Year 

Female Newcomer


Lauren Wade: The Northern Ireland native concluded her first year in Mossy Creek at the top of the national leaderboard in points per game, with an average of an even three. She also finished the year averaging 1.18 goals per game and 0.65 assists, both of which placed her third in Division II. She piled up 20 goals, the country's seventh highest total, and 51 points, which ranked sixth. Her 11 assists put her 11th in the nation. Wade's (Coleraine, Northern Ireland) 51 points are the third-most in a season in program history and her 20 goals tie her for fifth. Her year also included a five-goal performance against USC-Aiken on Sept. 12th, which stands as the second-most goals in a game in Division II this season. She added two assists in that match, giving her 12 points, the second-highest total in a game in 2016.

Magda Mosengo: In her debut season as an Eagle, Mosengo (London, England) appeared in 13 games for Carson-Newman and contributed three goals. After scoring her first career goal against Mars Hill on Sept. 21st , the sophomore added a tally against Anderson (S.C.) in the SAC semifinals. She capped off the season by netting a score against North Georgia in the NCAA Tournament. Mosengo was also named to the All-SAC Tournament team.

Mika Wester: In her first season at Mossy Creek, the forward is averaging 18.4 points per game and 7.1 rebounds per night ranking third and ninth respectively in the league. During a stretch of four straight 20-point outings, Wester posted 25 points against King (Tenn.) and 28 versus No. 20 Lincoln Memorial to become the first Lady Eagle since Tatum Burstrom in Dec. 2013 to have back-to-back 25-point nights. The four successive 20-point evenings are the most by a C-N player since at least the 2002-03 season.