The 2011-12 award winners are Karisa Hendrix and Dakota Melton.
They were chosen for displaying five core values: Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Leadership and Sportsmanship.
Certificates were presented to the WBC student-athletes in a ceremony before the first round of the American Midwest Conference softball tournament at Williams.
Hendrix, a former Highland Lady Rebel standout, is a junior from Cherokee Village, majoring in social studies education.
The softball pitcher is the daughter of Kevin and Michelle Hendrix of Cherokee Village.
"Karisa is a bright young lady who demonstrates on and off the field what we desire from our athletes," said Jeff Rider, Director of Athletics at WBC.
Melton will graduate with a degree in Christian ministries in May.
The Mountain Home native competed as a pitcher for the Eagles baseball squad.
He is the son of Theresa Melton and the late Philip Melton of Mountain Home.
"Dakota has been a leader on this campus, representing respect and sportsmanship towards fellow students, professors, and staff," said Rider.