Lewis-Clark State’s Brooke Henze has been named the Frontier Conference Athletic Director of the Year.
Henze, a former Warrior women’s basketball player, became the college’s Director of Athletics in 2017, and has been at the college for 15 years. She has also been the NAIA World Series tournament director since 2011.
The Frontier award is her first and only in the conference. LC is leaving the Frontier for the Cascade Conference beginning this fall.
Henze was named Women Leaders in College Sports administrator of the year in 2019. (Lewis-Clark State College)
Meanwhile, after 43 years of service, Lewis-Clark State and NAIA World Series statistician Denny Grubb will step down from his volunteer position, effective immediately.
The “Statman” has been with LC since 1977 and been the official scorer of more than 600 NAIA World Series games, including the last 374 played since the tournament returned to Lewiston in 2000.
He has also been an invaluable contributor to every KOZE radio broadcast of Warrior sports for over 40 years.
KOZE Sports Director Brian Danner says “Denny’s contribution to the broadcasts cannot be overstated – he is, without doubt the reason we have built up any form of credibility on air for decades!” (KOZE Sports)