Rams rally past WT, 65-63
Kyle Shields played his 114th career game for the West Texas A&M Buffs on Wednesday night, and the senior guard from Palo Duro High never looked better.
Still, it wasn't enough.
Shields lit up Angelo State for a career-high 31 points, but the Buffs lost their third straight game, dropping a 65-63 heartbreaker to Angelo State in Lone Star Conference South Division action at the Junell Center in San Angelo.
Javelinas men still in the hunt
It took a while for Texas A&M-Kingsville’s men’s basketball team to assert itself against a team that had lost 11 consecutive games.
Once the Javelinas did, control of the game came with it.
Javelina Women Clinch Winning Season With 82-66 Win
Javelina Men 74 E. New Mexico 69
Kingsville hands Hounds 12th straight loss
Good board play and solid shooting weren’t enough for the Greyhounds to get their first win in more than a month as the Eastern New Mexico University men lost to Texas A&M-Kingsville 74-69 Wednesday night in a Lone Star Conference South game.
Zias fall at Kingsville
After a strong start, the Eastern New Mexico University Zias went 10 minutes without a field goal. The scoring drought was too much to overcome as Texas A&M-Kingsville secured its first winning season in eight years by beating the Zias 82-66 Wednesday in a Lone Star Conference South game in the Steinke Center.
Make it 4 straight
Joni Unruh scored a career-high 19 points and teammate Ceciley Johnson had a career-high 14 points in just 19 minutes as West Texas A&M's Lady Buffs clinched their fourth straight Lone Star Conference South Division title by defeating Angelo State, 61-49, Wednesday night at the Junell Center in San Angelo.
A crowd of 1,675 watched the Lady Buffs, No. 7 nationally and No. 1 in the South Central Region, win their 11th straight game while ending a four-game Rambelles' win streak.
'Cats out of LSC postseason
Wale Ogunoye scored 13 points to lead four Tarleton State players in double figures as the Texans blasted Abilene Christian, 80-64, in a key Lone Star Conference South Division men's basketball game in Stephenville.
The loss eliminated the Wildcats (8-15, 2-7) from contention for the LSC postseason tournament -- a year after going 20-9 and qualifying for the tournament for the first time in nine years.
Texans continue winning streak, defeat ACU 80-64
Rams Rally to Beat WTAMU
Buffs Lose Heartbreaker at Angelo State, 65-63
Hoggies Swat Away the Greyhounds
Hounds Lose 74-69 to Angelo State
Alexander, Aggies make history
Lions can 22 treys against Tigers
Spraggins' 3-point shooting helps A&M-Commerce down East Central, 108-86
M. Basketball: Southeastern Handed Lopsided Loss at SWOSU
Men Beat Southeastern, 83-54
TexAnns rip ACU, 73-59
TexAnns win crucial LSC game over Wildcats, 73-59
'Belles Fall to WTAMU, 61-49
Lady Buffs Put Away Angelo State, 61-49
Javelinas Secure Winning Season
Ortiz and Grant Combine for 21 Points at Kingsville, Zias Fall 82-66
Brenner leads #18 Bronchos past Pioneers 103-84
Bronchos Race Past TWU
Aggie women lose to 'Hawks
A&M-Commerce escapes Lady Tigers
Jordan nets game-winner to push A&M-Commerce past ECU, 61-60
W. Basketball: Southeastern Survives to Win Seventh-Straight
Women Lose to SOSU, 70-62
Shiner grad continues his pitching success
Texas A&M-Kingsville took three of four from East Central Oklahoma. At the plate, Adrian Williams (Memorial) went 4-for-12 with three RBIs and a double, while Chase Garcia (Memorial) scored a run. On the mound, Keith Kieschnick (Bay City) worked 1.1 innings allowing four runs on four hits and two walks.
Shiner grad continues his pitching success
Texas A&M-Kingsville's Courtney Rigamonti (St. Joseph) got off to a 7-0 start on the mound this season before suffering her first loss, but bounced right back to get on the winning track again this week. Rigamonti went 3-1 on the week as she worked 24 innings allowing 10 runs on 17 hits and one walk, while striking out 14 in wins over St. Edward's, Southern Arkansas and Incarnate Word, along with a loss to Pittsburgh State. She was also 2-for-4 with an RBI against Incarnate Word.
Witte adds pop for fast-starting Lady Buffs
The West Texas A&M softball team is off to its best start since the program was revived in the 2006 season.
The Lady Buffs won their first eight games before losing 8-4 to Missouri Western on Sunday.
"It was one of those games where we felt in control most of the game," WT coach Kevin Blaskowski said. "It just got away from us."
While WT has had some solid pitching to count on, the offense has stepped it up as well. Kaitlyn Witte has gotten in a groove after getting off to a slow start, with 12 RBIs.
Track & Field News
ASU warms up for national meet
The Angelo State University track season gets under way next weekend, and the NCAA Divsion II national meet hosted by ASU is still three months from now, but preparations are in full swing - and have been for some time.