Hochstuhl was a first-team selection on the women's team while Cousart was a third-team choice on the men's squad.
A 6-foot junior center, Hochstuhl has enjoyed an outstanding season in leading King's to a 21-9 record as the Lady Monarchs fell one win shy of reaching the NCAA Division III National Tournament. King's finished second in the Freedom Conference Tournament, then placed second in the Eastern College Athletic Conference Southern Region Championships. On the year, Hochstuhl averaged 14.3 points, 9.8 rebounds and 63 blocked shots while registering 16 double-doubles (points-rebounds) on the year. Hochstuhl scored in double-figures in 24 of King's 30 games during the season.
During the 2006-07 campaign, she posted career highs of 27 points February 21 against Delaware Valley, 17 rebounds twice, and seven blocked shots two times. Hochstuhl was a first-team All-Freedom Conference selection and was also a three-time Freedom Conference "Player of the Week" during the season. In her three-year letter-winner and two-year starter at King's, Hochstuhl has totaled 756 points, 566 rebounds, and 95 blocked shots.
“We are very happy for Andrea because she had an outstanding season and for a period of time may have been the best player in our conference,” King’s coach Brian Donoghue. “She was dominant at both ends of the floor and for her to come just short of averaging a double-double with the difficult schedule we played this season, it speaks volumes about the type of season she enjoyed.”
Cousart, meanwhile, led the Monarch men to the 2006-07 Freedom Conference championship and the program's second NCAA Division III National Tournament berth in the last three seasons.
A junior point-guard, the 6-3 Cousart led the Monarchs with 13.5 points, 6.6 rebounds, and 4.4 assists per-game while scoring in double-figures in 19 of the 28 games he played in this season. He posted a career-high 27 points November 11 against Albright and equaled his career-high of 11 rebounds December 22 against Misericordia.
Cousart has converted on 45.3 (124-274) percent of his shots from the floor and 74.1 (120-161) percent from the foul line. Cousart dished out a season-high eight assists on four different occasions during the year. A three-year starter with the Monarchs, Cousart has totaled 925 points, 485 rebounds, and 333 assists.
“Jamie enjoyed another big year for us and was instrumental in our success,” King’s men’s coach J.P. Andrejko stated. “There are very few point-guards who can do the type of things Jamie can on the floor. It is extremely rare for a point-guard to lead a team in scoring and assists, while finishing second in rebounding. I think that says a lot about how hard he plays on both the offensive and defensive ends and how important he is to us.”