Monday, March 9, 2009

LSC Roundup 3-9

Link to LSC Release

Eight Lone Star Conference basketball teams, with four each on the men's and women's side, were selected to continue their season at the South Central Regional basketball tournament the NCAA announced tonight.

West Texas A&M was selected to host the women's tournament March 13, 14 and 16 at the First United Bank Center in Canyon, Texas. The Lady Buffs earned the league's automatic qualification after winning the LSC Championship Saturday night. Joining WTAMU in the field is Central Oklahoma, Southeastern Oklahoma and Abilene Christian.

The men's teams are headed to Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Mo., for their tournament March 14, 15 and 17. UCO, Midwestern State, Angelo State and Texas A&M-Kingsville each earned a spot in the field.

Men's South Central Regional Schedule
12:00 #3 UCO vs. #6 Dallas Baptist
2:30 #2 Southwest Baptist vs. #7 Angelo State
6:00 #1 Central Missouri vs. #8 Texas A&M-Kingsville
8:30 #4 MSU vs. #5 Incarnate Word

Women's South Central Regional Schedule
Friday - Game times to be announced

#1 WTAM vs. #8 ACU
#4 Emporia State vs. #5 St. Marys
#3 UCO vs. #6 SOSU
#7 Incarnate Word vs. #2 Washburn

Mustangs claim LSC Tournament title
Midwestern wins LSC men's tournament title
Mustangs seeded No. 4 in NCAA regional
Javs men headed to D-II Dance
Javelinas Selected to NCAA Division II Tournament
ASU men to continue season at South Central regional tourney
UCM to host NCAA regional; Mules face Texas A&M-Kingsville ...
Oklahoma sports scene
UCO Back In National Playoffs
Rams Go Dancing
Hogs Headed to Missouri

Lady Buffs Host South Central Regional Tournament; Play Abilene Christian in First Round
Lady Buffs get regional again
SOSU Women's Hoops gets NCAA bid
Bronchos Make National Tournament
W. Basketball: Women's Hoops Earns Six Seed in Regional
Oklahoma college basketball notebook
Wildcats earn trip to Div. II tourney
Wildcats earn at-large bid

Football News
WT spring football drills start today
Are you ready for some spring football?

West Texas A&M opens its spring season today with 13 practices, one scrimmage and the annual Maroon-White Game planned through April 4. Fifth-year WT coach Don Carthel returns 11 starters - three offense, eight defense - from last year's 11-2 playoff team.

Defense takes over in MSU scrimmage
Midwestern State football coach Bill Maskill didn’t see anything he didn’t expect to see Saturday as the Mustangs finished up their first week of spring practice with a scrimmage.

“The defense is ahead of the offense and that’s to be expected,” he said as his offense failed to score in the 40-play scrimmage. “They’re always going to be. Timing takes awhile to get down and everybody has to be on the same page (on ofense). It’s a lot easier to attack them; play assignment football; and just let it go.”

White Tops Blue in Intrasquad Scrimmage
KINGSVILLE---Quarterback Nate Poppell connected with wideout Ryan Lincoln on a 58-yard scoring play with less than six minutes left to break a scoring drought in a two-quarter Texas A&M-Kingsville football scrimmage here Saturday morning on the practice field in Javelina Stadium. Several hundred parents and fans had watched the defenses dominate until the touchdown by the White squad.

"It was a great day, we had great fans and the the players really got after it," Bo Atterberry, Javelina head football coach, said after the scrimmage. "We split the team into the two units a day earlier and they hadn't worked together. It's wasn't exactly as we wanted it to be but the players are beginning to get it. We're happy with their overall performance."

Recruiting Update: Jermaine Geter

Baseball News
ACU completes series sweep
Stingy pitching and the big bat of Jordan Schmitt were the stars Saturday as No. 3 Abilene Christian swept West Texas A&M 16-0 and 6-1 in a Lone Star Conference doubleheader.

Offense gets the job done for Rams baseball team
The No. 20 Angelo State University baseball team continued to pound the ball against Northeastern State Saturday at Foster Field. A day after scoring 26 runs on 26 hits in the first two games of a four-game Lone Star Conference series against the RiverHawks, the Rams completed their first conference sweep of the season with 9-5 and 12-6 wins in the final two games of the series.

'Cats sweep Buffs for third-straight year
No. 3 Wildcats sweep Buffs
#3 ACU Sweeps Buffs With 6-1 Win
#3 Wildcats Take Game Two From Buffs, 6-4
#3 Wildcats Use Walkoff Single to Top Buffs, 7-6
ASU Sweeps Series with RiverHawks
Rams Overpower NSU
Aggies weather Storm to go 3-1
Baseball: Southeastern Earns Split at Cameron
Baseball: Southeastern Slips Twice at Cameron
UCO Takes Two From Javelinas
UCO Splits With Javelinas
Tigers gain split with host Bulldogs
Hounds Use Longball in Doubleheader Sweep at Tarleton State
Texans drop both games to Greyhounds on Saturday
Texan baseball sweeps Friday's doubleheader over ENMU
Greyhounds Drop Lone Star Conference Doubleheader at Tarleton State
Baseball Splits Pair With ECU
Baseball Close, but no Cigar

Softball News
Softball roundup (March 8)
Midwestern State scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh in the first game and then overcame two early home runs by the visitors in the second on the way to a sweep of No. 18 Abilene Christian Saturday.
Related: Midwestern sweeps away ACU

Softball Takes Series at TSU
TexAnns drop two to No. 1 ASU
Rambelles Fall at TSU
CU wins second straight tourney
Aggies begin MSSU Tourney 2-0
A Clean Sweep
Lady Tigers drop two to No. 5 SOSU
Softball: Southeastern Sweeps Season Series with ECU
Javs Take Series from Zias
Hoggies Split on the Road
Zias Lose 4-2 to TAMU-Kingsville
Crouse Two-Hit Gem Leads Diamond Zias to Split With #24 Javelinas
Softball Loses at Midwestern
Home run by Arebalos helps Pioneers split with WTAMU
Pioneers fall 14-6 at WTAMU
TWU Used Late HR to Top Lady Buffs, 7-6

Other News
Men in position to win title
The ACU men's track and field team might not have gotten everyone into next week's NCAA Division II indoor championship meet that they would have liked, but the Wildcats got enough into the meet to be considered one of the favorites to win the national championship.

Aggies roll over Tigers
Aggies defeat Bearcats at home
Aggies take 11th in first spring action
TexAnns Top UCO
Bronchos Split Matches With NSU, ECU
Lady Tigers drop three weekend duals
RiverHawks Roll Past East Central
#18 RiverHawks Squeez Past Central Oklahoma and Tarleton
Garcia has Big Day
Zarate Wins the Hurdles
Pioneers place third at OU triangular

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