Monday, January 19, 2009

LSC Basketball Power Poll 1-19

  1. Central Oklahoma (LW 1) 2-0 on the week, defeating TAMC and SWO
  2. Midwestern State (4) 2-0 on the week defeating ASU and TAMK - hottest team in LSC with 10 game winning streak
  3. Angelo St (2) 1-1 on the week, defeating TSU, losing to MSU
  4. West Texas A&M (5) 1-0 on the week, defeating ACU
  5. Texas A&M Kingsville (7)1-1 on the week, defeating TSU losing to MSU
  6. Tarleton State (3) 0-2 on the week losing to TAMK and ASU
  7. Southwestern Oklahoma (8) 1-1 on the week, defeating NSU, losing to UCO
  8. Texas A&M Commerce (6) 0-2 on the week, losing to UCO and NSU
  9. Abilene Christian (9) 1-1 on the week, defeating ENMU, losing to WTAM
  10. Northeastern State (10) 2-1 on the week, beating Rhema Bible and TAMC, losing to SWO
  11. Cameron (11) 2-0 on the week, beating to SOSU and ECU
  12. East Central (12) 0-2 on the week, losing to Southwest Christian and CU
  13. Southeastern Oklahoma (13) 0-2 on the week, losing to TSU and TAMK
  14. Eastern New Mexico (14) 0-1 on the week, losing to ACU

Women's Rankings

1. West Texas A&M (LW 1) 1-0 on week, beating ACU
2. Central Oklahoma (2) 2-0 on week, beating TAMC and SWO
3. Southeastern Oklahoma (3) 2-0 on week, beating CU and TWU
4. Texas A&M Kingsville (5) 2-1 on week, beating TSU and MSU
5. Texas Woman's (4) 1-1 on week, beating ECU, losing to SOSU
6. Angelos State (6) 1-1 on week, beating TSU, losing to MSU
7. Texas A&M Commerce (7) 1-1 on week, beating NSU, losing to UCO
8. Northeastern State (8) 1-1 on week, beating SWO, losing to TAMC
9. Tarleton State (9) 0-2 on week, losing to TAMK and ASU
10. Abilene Christian (10) 1-1 on week, beating ENMU, losing to WTAM
11. Eastern New Mexico (11) 0-1 on week, losing to ACU
12. Midwestern State (12) 1-1 on week, beating ASU, losing to TAMK
13. East Central (14) 2-1 on week, beating Southwestern Christian and CU, losing to TWU
14. Cameron (13) 0-2 on week, losing to SOSU and ECU
15. Southwestern Oklahoma (15) 0-2 on week, losing to TAMC and UCO

LSC Weekly Basketball Release

Players of the Week
LSC North Women's
Lizzie Brenner, University of Central Oklahoma, Sr., Forward, Woodward, Okla./Woodward

Brenner led UCO to a pair of opening LSC North Division wins, averaging 15.0 points, 11.0 rebounds, 5.5 assists, 1.5 steals and 1.5 blocks a game. She had 16 points, 14 rebounds and eight assists in an 89-81 win over Texas A&M-Commerce in a showdown of the teams favored to battle it out for the division title, then had 14 points, eight rebounds, three steals and three assists in a 64-44 road win over Southwestern Oklahoma. Brenner scored eight points in a 16-2 UCO run early in the second half that turned a 30-27 deficit into a 43-32 lead.

LSC South Women's

Andrea Buben, Midwestern State University, Jr., Guard, Duncan, Okla., Duncan HS Buben sparked a 79-77 overtime win over Angelo State Wednesday by sending the game to overtime with a 22-foot 3-pointer at the end of regulation. It was her seventh trey of the game as she finished with a career-high 29 points on 9-of-17 shooting. Buben followed that effort with a team-high 19 points and five 3-pointers in a 63-57 loss Saturday night at Texas A&M-Kingsville. For the week, the 5-10 junior guard from Duncan, Okla. shot 50 percent (15-of-30) from the field, 57.1 percent (12-of-21) from the 3-point line and was a perfect 6-for-6 from the charity stripe.

LSC North Men's
Dave Smith, Cameron University, Sr., Guard, Plainview, Texas/Plainview HS

The Cameron Aggies went 2-0 this week with wins over Southeastern Oklahoma State and East Central. Dave Smith shined in both games averaging 30 points. Against Southeastern, Dave had 30 points and went 8-15 behind the three-point line. He was one three-pointer away from tieing the school record. Against East Central, Dave scored 30 points for the second game in a row. He shot 12-20 from the field with five assists, while playing every minute of the game.

LSC South Men's
Nolan Richardson, Midwestern State University, Sr., Guard, Tulsa, Okla./Central HS

Richardson continued his heroics by converting a four-point play with 29.5 seconds remaining in regulation to send Midwestern State to overtime Saturday night at Texas A&M-Kingsville. Then he pulled in a pair of clutch rebounds, drew a critical charge to send TAMUK start Robert Williams to the bench with his fifth foul and hit a pair of free throws to salt away the Mustangs' 10th-straight victory taking a 68-65 overtime decision from the Hoggies. Richardson finished with a game-high 21 points with five rebounds and two assists against Texas A&M-Kingsville after turning another stellar performance in a 95-82 win over Angelo State Wednesday night in Wichita Falls. The 6-2 senior from Tulsa hit for 17 of his game-high 23 points in the first half as he added five rebounds and three assists while connection on 6-of-10 of his shots from the field and hit four of his six shots from the arc. For the week, Richardson averaged 22 points, five rebounds and 2.5 assists while shooting 42.9 percent (12-for-28) from the field, 46.7 percent (7-of-15) from 3-point range and went 13-of-16 (81.3 percent) from the free-throw line.

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