Friday, February 6, 2009

LSC Roundup (2-6)

Lady Buffs coach optimistic

Maybe just this once, the fourth time may be the charm.
The West Texas A&M softball team begins its fourth season today since the program was revived, opening with a three-game series against Texas-Permian Basin.

The Lady Buffs have steadily improved each season. Last year, they set a team record for wins with a 25-33 record and missed the Lone Star Conference postseason tournament by one game. The Lady Buffs are thinking they will make the LSC tournament this season.

"Each of the first three years we have gotten better" WT coach Kevin Blaskowski said. "Now, in year four, I feel we have the depth to compete for an opportunity to make the conference tournament. Having a winning season is another big goal on our part. We think year four is a year we can accomplish good things."

Three Lady Buffs get academic honors
WT baseball team to visit Sul Ross
WT adds track signee

Tanner, Rodriguez help MSU earn split in season opener
SAN ANTONIO — Jessica Rodriguez and Brittney Tanner delivered two-run singles to key a five-run fourth inning to lift Midwestern State to a 5-3 win over Washburn Thursday afternoon at the St. Mary’s NCAA Division II Classic at the SAISD Spring Sportsplex.

However, in the second game of the day, Arlynda Flores pitched seven strong innings and drove in four runs at the plate to single-handedly carry St. Mary’s to a 5-1 win over the Mustangs.

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