Martin, a senior member on the Cavaliers' men's basketball team, played a key role in Concordia finishing in a tie for fourth place in the GNAC. In just their second year as a member of the GNAC, the Cavaliers received a bid to the GNAC Men's Basketball Championship Tournament. The senior forward was named to the All-GNAC Second Team, this was the second year in a row that Martin was named to the All-GNAC team. He also was named to the GNAC All-Academic Team for the second consecutive year.
Male Athlete of the Year
Earlier this year, the Beaverton, Ore., native was named to the Preseason All-GNAC Team. This season, Martin led the Cavaliers with his 17.8 points per game average and was second with his 7.3 rebounding average. He also shot 49.6% from the field while dishing out 64 assists, blocking 16 shots and recording 27 steals in 28 games.
Women's Track & Field
Warren, a senior thrower on the Cavalier women's track and field team, is a three-time GNAC Champion as she captured the title at the conference championship in the hammer, shot put and discus. The Boring, Ore., native broke the GNAC record in the shot put and discus as well as breaking the championship meet record in the hammer (58.14m/190-9.25), shot put (16.05m/54-3.75) and discus (48.13m/157-11.25). She was several times named the USTFCCCA Division II Women's Track and Field Athlete of the Week during the indoor and outdoor seasons.
Female Athlete of the Year
She also was named the USTFCCCA Division II West Region Women's Field Athlete of the Year for both the indoor and outdoor season. During the indoor season, Warren broke the 14-year old Division II record in the shot put with her throw of 17.62m (57-9.75) at the Husky Classic. She also earned All-GNAC honors at the indoor championships in the shot put and weight throw as she captured titles in both events.