Saturday, December 1, 2007

LSC Basketball Action week of 12/01

Thursday Nov 29
Men & Women (unless noted)

65 Texas A&M Commerce 45
72 West Texas A&M 61

60 East Central 69
69 Texas A&M Kingsville 64

56 Northeastern State 46
77 Abilene Christian 56

78 Central Oklahoma 73
69 Angelo State 52

61 Cameron 62
71 Tarleton State 76

78 Southwestern Oklahoma 61
71 Midwestern State 76

(obviously women only)
Southestern Oklahoma 79
Texas Woman's 73

Saturday December 1

89 Central Oklahoma 78
88 Abilene Christian 69

85 Northeastern State 41
61 Angelo State 63

52 Southeastern Oklahoma 75
58 Texas A&M Kingsville 70

73 Texas A&M Commerce 75
53 Eastern New Mexico 54

68 Cameron 60
91 Midwestern State 71

81 Southwestern Oklahoma 73
75 Tarleton State 79

(men only)
56 NM Highlands
80 West Texas A&M

Top matchup for the women - Thursday night
Preseason favorites #13 Texas A&M Commerce (4-1) at #21 West Texas A&M (2-2) - Britney Jordan (20.5 ppg, 3.5 steals) leads TAMC against Emily Brister (24 ppg, and 2.5 steals) and WTAM. WT outscored TAMC 38-23 in the second half, and took a 61-45 victory. Emily Brister led WT with 19 pts (16 in the second half) and had 5 steals. Britney Jordan had 15 pts and 5 rebounds for TAMC, but was only 5-19 from the field.

Other good games:
UCO (3-1) at Angelo State (3-1) Thursday night - Lizzie Brenner leads UCO in scoring (19.3) and rebounding (12.0), while freshman Camille Perkins (14.3) is ASU's leader. UCO knocked off Emporia State (#3 at the time) earlier and received votes in the latest national poll. The Rambelles started the game 1-19 from the field, falling behind 18-2 eight minutes into the ballgame, and never recovered. Mallory Markus (16) and Lizzie Brenner (14) led UCO, while Camille Perkins and Tiffany Hardwell each had 11 for ASU.

SWO (3-1) at Tarleton State (2-0) Saturday night - another freshman, Lucy Ramon (14.3) is SWO's leading scorer. For the TexAnns, Soph Brittnie Haley is the scoring (16.0) and rebounding (10.5) leader. SWO outscored TSU 24-7 over the last 11:44 to force overtime, but the TexAnns outscored the Bulldawgs 17-11 to win. Brittnie Haley's 15 pts led 5 TexAnns in double figures. SWO was paced by Allie Burden with 19 pts and Lucy Ramon with 18.

Top matchup for the men - Saturday night
Southwestern Oklahoma at Tarleton State - The Bulldogs (5-0) are ranked #18 in the latest NABC poll, while Tarleton State (4-0) received 2 votes. Nate Perry (15.4 ppg, 6.0 reb pg) and Clarke Hale (13.8 ppg) lead SWO while Avery Patterson (19.5 ppg, 7.5 reb pg) and Jefrey Henfield (15.3 ppg, 2.0 steals pg) lead the Texans. A victory by the Texans should vault them into the rankings next week. The Bulldogs took advantage of 25 Texan turnovers and beat Tarleton 81-75. Avery Patterson (27 pts) and Jeffery Henfield (18 pts) led the Texans, who suffer their first defeat of the season. Nate Perry (23 pts) was one of four Bulldogs to score in double digits. SWO is now 7-0 on the season and is one of two undefeated LSC teams (TAMK 5-0).

Other good ones:
Also #21 Central Oklahoma (4-1) will travel to unbeaten Angelo State (3-0) and Abilene Christian (3-0) and give the Rams and Wildcats an early chance to prove they can contend in the South. UCO playing well despite Sam Belt (14.4 ppg) not really hitting his stride yet. Denell Stephens (16.3 ppg, 7.7 reb pg, 4.0 steals pg) and Quinn Barfield (14.3 ppg) have lead Angelo State while waitng for Marcus Hubbard to get healthy. For Abilene, its been Brandon Callahan (14.7 ppg, 5.0 asst pg, 2.7 steal pg) and Kejan Sencanski (13.7 ppg, 6.0 reb pg) leading them early on. Marcus Hubbard made his debut for ASU and scored 16 pts and pulled down 7 rebounds, but it wasn't enough as UCO wins 78-69. Sam Belt (20 pts, 8 rebs) and Eric Cazenave (18 pts, 7 rebs) led the Bronchos. UCO shot 48 free throws to only 29 for ASU.
Saturday afternoon, ACU almost overcame a 10 point deficit, missing a free throw that would have tied the game with 4 seconds to play. David Thomas had 24 pts and 7 rebs to lead the Bronchos, and Sam Belt added 19 pts and 10 rebs. Callahan had 25 pts to lead all scorers. UCO knocked two teams from the unbeaten ranks this week.

Another battle of unbeatens, ECU (2-0) travels to Kingsville (3-0). James Reynolds (13.0 ppg) and Terrell Carpenter (12.5 ppg, 5.5 asst pg) lead the Tigers, while Wendell Mulkey (13.7 ppg, 5.3 asst pg, 4.3 steal pg,) and Juan Lanauze (12.7 ppg, 7.0 reb pg, 1.3 blk pg) are pacing the Javelinas. TAMK soph Dominick Jones led all scorers with 17, and was one of 5 Javelinas in double figures. Wendell Mulkey had 12 pts, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists. Terrell Carpenter led ECU with 14 pts and had 7 rebounds. TAMK shot 57% in the second half as TAMK wins 69-60.

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