Link to Complete Release
#1 - Angelo State
#5 - Southeastern Oklahoma
#18 - Abilene Christian
#24- Texas A&M-Kingsville
RV - West Texas A&M (just 4 spots out of poll)
SWO (3-5, 8-12) at MSU (4-0, 15-5) - MSU 15-0, 6-2, 10-2, 4-3
TAMK (3-2, 15-7) at ENMU (2-3, 14-9) TAMK 9-8, ENMU 10-0
ASU (0-1, 21-3) at TSU (2-2, 15-7) TSU 12-6
TWU (2-2, 17-12) at WTAM (2-2, 16-4) WT 14-6
UCO (2-2, 7-7) at NSU (1-5, 5-17) - UCO won first two 4-2, 7-0
ECU (1-5, 8-7) at SOSU (4-0, 24-3) - SOSU won first two 6-0, 13-2
Non conference games
ACU (2-1, 16-7) at MSU (2-0, 13-5) on Sunday
Cameron (3-1, 13-10) at Missouri Southern Tournament CU 7-5 over Missouri Southern, 1-0 over NWMSU
Players of the Week
LSC North Hitter
Stacy Creger - SWO, Jr 3B Mustang, OK
Creger had nine consecutive hits in nine at bats for Southwestern Oklahoma State University in a 3-1 week that included a series win over Northeastern State University. Creger smashed two home runs, including a grand slam in the 14-5 Bulldog victory in game one of the series. She ended the game with six RBI's, the most by a SWOSU player since Ida Hoffman had 7 in 2003 against Bartlesville Wesleyan.
LSC North Pitcher
Katie Petersen - MSU, Jr Plano, TX
Petersen took a no-hitter into the sixth inning last Tuesday at Texas Woman's University, but had to settle for a win in her sixth-straight start. The junior from Plano allowed one run on three hits with eight strikeouts and a walk to improve to 6-3 on the season.
LSC South Hitter
Sandy James - ASU, Fr, 1B Kilgore, TX
Freshman Sandy James continued to crush the ball for the Rambelles, hitting .643 from the plate this past week. James collected three more home runs in ASU's four games to give her 11 on the season. She went 9-for-14 on the week with eight RBI and seven run scored while adding three doubles. In addition, she picked up her first collegiate win in the circle in Friday's 12-1 win over Texas-Permian Basin.
LSC South Pitcher
Courtney Rigamonti - TAMK, Sr, Victoria, TX
Rigamonti pitched the Javelinas to a pair of victories over LSC South rival Tarleton State. On Friday, she allowed five hits, two runs and no walks while striking out four batters. On Saturday, she pitched a one-hitter allowing just two runs and one walk while striking out a career high 10 batters. She limited the Texans to a .120 batting average and picked up her 10th and 11th wins of the season.