1. Central Oklahoma (1 LW) - Open, CU 85-62 (#9 in the NABC Coaches Poll, #2 in SC Region Poll)
2. Angelo State (2) - WTAM 65-63, ENMU 73-63 (Receiving Votes in the NABC Coaches Poll, #4 in SC Region Poll)
3. Midwestern State (3) - Open, ACU 88-66 (#8 in SC Region Poll)
4. Texas A&M-Kingsville (4) - ENMU 74-69, WTAM 55-64 (#6 in SC Region Poll)
5. Texas A&M-Commerce (7) - ECU 108-86, SOSU 69-56
6. Tarleton State (8) - ACU 80-64, Open
7. West Texas A&M (5) - ASU 63-65, TAMK 64-55
8. Southwestern Oklahoma (6) - SOSU 83-54, ECU 90-80
9. Cameron (10) - NSU 59-53, UCO 62-85
10. Abilene Christian (9) - TSU 64-80, MSU 66-88
11. Northeastern State (11) - CU 53-59, Open
12. Southeastern Oklahoma (12) - SWO 54-83, TAMC 56-69
13. East Central (13) - TAMC 86-108, SWO 80-90
14. Eastern New Mexico (14) - TAMK 69-74, ASU 63-73
Postseason Outlook - Eliminated - East Central, Eastern New Mexico, Abilene Christian, Southeastern Oklahoma. Clinched - Central Oklahoma, Angelo State, Midwestern State Almost in - Texas A&M-Kingsville, Southwestern Oklahoma, Texas A&M-Commerce. Dogfights - Northeastern State and Cameron - NSU(5-5) SWO and TAMC, while CU (5-5) has SOSU, and ECU. West Texas A&M and Tarleton State - WTAM(5-5) TAMK and ACU, while TSU(5-5) has TAMK and ASU.
1. West Texas A&M (1) - ASU 61-49, TAMK 66-70 (#7 in the USA Today/ESPN Division II Poll, #1 in SC Region)
2. Central Oklahoma (2) - TWU 103-84, CU 62-47 (#17 in the USA Today/ESPN Division II Poll, #3 in SC Region)
3. Southeastern Oklahoma (3) - SWO 70-62, TAMC 103-80 (#5 in SC Region)
4. Texas A&M-Commerce (4) - ECU 61-60, SOSU 80-103 (#10 in SC Region)
5. Abilene Christian (5) - TSU 59-73, MSU 61-46 (#9 in SC Region)
6. Angelo State (6) - WTAM 49-61, ENMU 51-47 (#8 in SC Region)
7. Texas A&M-Kingsville (7) - ENMU 82-66, WTAM 70-66
8. Texas Woman's (8) - UCO 84-103, NSU 72-57
9. Tarleton State (10) - ACU 73-59, Open
10. Northeastern State (9) - CU 93-49, TWU 57-72
11. Midwestern State (11) - Open, ACU 46-61
12. East Central (14) - TAMC 60-61, SWO 54-64
13. Cameron (15) - NSU 49-93, UCO 47-62
14. Eastern New Mexico (13) - TAMK 66-82, ASU 47-51
15. Southwestern Oklahoma (12) - SOSU 62-70, ECU 64-54
Game of the week - TAMC @ SOSU
Postseason Outlook - Eliminated - Eastern New Mexico, Cameron, East Central. On the brink - Southwestern Oklahoma, Midwestern State. In - West Texas A&M, Abilene Christian, Central Oklahoma, Southeastern Oklahoma, Texas A&M-Commerce. Almost in - Angelo State. Dogfights - Northeastern State and Texas Woman's - NSU(6-6) has SWO and TAMC while TWU(5-7) has ECU and SOSU. Tarleton State and Texas A&M-Kingsville - TSU(5-5) has TAMK and ASU, while TAMK (5-5) has TSU, and MSU.
Players of the WeekLSC North Women's
Destiny Brown, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Jr., Forward, Stillwater, Okla./Stillwater HS
Brown averaged a double-double last week in leading Southeastern to wins over Northeastern State and No. 13 Central Oklahoma. Brown posted 21.0 ppg and 13.0 rpg for the week, turning in double-doubles in both contests, bringing her season total to 15. She poured in a career-high 32 points in SE's 83-78 win over NSU. She also added 13 rebounds in that contest. For the week she also dished out 2.5 assists per game and had a steal in each contest. She shot 48.3 percent from the field, including a 50.0 percent mark from behind the three-point line.
LSC South Women's
Camille Perkins, Angelo State University, So., Guard, Groesbeck, Texas/Groesbeck
Perkins scored a game-high 20 points as the ‘Belles stunned Abilene Christian, 64-59, in overtime Saturday night. Perkins hit 6-of-19 shots from the field an 8-of-12 from the free-throw while adding five rebounds in ASU third straight win over a regionally ranked opponent.
LSC North Men's
Lance Harper, University of Central Oklahoma, Sr., Forward, Edmond, Okla./Memorial
Harper led UCO to a pair of LSC North Division routs last week, averaging 16.0 points, 10.0 rebounds and 2.5 assists a game while playing just 22.5 minutes a contest. He shot 70.0 percent (14-of-20) from the field and hit all four of his free throw attempts. The senior scored 12 points and had 10 rebounds in 20 minutes of action in a 125-64 romp over East Central, then added 20 points and 10 boards while hitting 9-of-13 shots in 25 minutes of a 90-54 win over Southeastern Oklahoma.
LSC South Men's
Nolan Richardson, Midwestern State University, Sr., Guard, Tulsa, Okla./Central HS
Richardson poured in 25 points a game while leading Midwestern State to a pair of divisional victories as the Mustangs claimed sole possession of first place in the LSC South. The senior guard from Tulsa hit four 3-pointers on his way to 24 points to pace MSU to an 85-75 win over West Texas A&M on Wednesday. Richardson went for 26 points to help the Mustangs to a 94-90 win over Eastern New Mexico Saturday in overtime. He has now scored at least 20 points in six-straight games. Richardson shot 48.4 percent from the field (15-of-31) and was 8-for-17 (47.1 percent) from the 3-point line.