Head Coach Brant Tolsma took home Coach of the Year honors for both the men's and women's, while Danielle McNaney was named the 2005 Big South Indoor Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
For the women, McNaney placed first in the 60 meter hurdles with a time of 8.65, while Kena Butts finished first in the high jump and Amiee Riley picked-up a first-place finish in the pole vault, jumping 5'4 ¼ and 11'5 ¾.
On the men's side, Liberty swept the distance races as Dane Rabe won the mile race with a time of 4:16.72 and Chris Lyons placed first in the 800 meter run, running 1:54.48. In the 3000 meter run, Josh McDougal placed first with a time of 8:01.73, while Evan Falat won the 5000 meter run in 14:45.19. Finishing out the winners for the Flames was Larry Evans as he jumped 46'9 to win the triple jump.
Women\'s Track Performer of the Year Jemissa Hess, High Point Women\'s Field Performer of the Year Chasity Johnson, Coastal Carolina Women\'s Coach of the Year Brant Tolmsa, Liberty Men\'s Track Performer of the Year Paulvince Obuon, VMI Men\'s Field Performer of the Year Garrett Brickner, VMI Men\'s Coach of the Year Brant Tolmsa, Liberty Women\'s ITF Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Danielle McNaney, Liberty Women\'s All-Academic: LaCoya Jones, Charleston Southern Kim Nemergut, Coastal Carolina Jemissa Hess, High Point Danielle McNaney, Liberty Lauren Diggs, Radford LaTonya Harris, UNC Asheville Gabriela Arraiz, Virginia Military Institute Sarah Wengryniuk, Winthrop Men\'s ITF Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Ty Denby, Virginia Military Institute Men\'s All-Academic: Allan Batiste, Charleston Southern Kyle Lounsbury, High Point Evan Falat, Liberty Brian Richotte, Radford Nick Christian, UNC Asheville Ty Denby, Virginia Military Institute