LSC Baseball Championship: Four teams remain
Game 1 - Tarleton 6, Cameron 3
Game 2 - Angelo State 10, Eastern New Mexico 4
Game 3 - Abilene Christian 7, Southeastern Oklahoma 2
Game 4 - Cameron 10, Eastern New Mexico 6 (ENMU eliminated)
Game 5 - Tarleton 7, Southeastern Oklahoma 3 (SOSU eliminated)
Game 6 - Abilene Christian 7, Angelo State 1
Game 7 - Abilene Christian 5, Tarleton 4
Game 8 - Cameron 6, Angelo State 11(Cameron eliminated)
Game 9 - Angelo State 5, Tarleton 3 (Tarleton eliminated)
Game 10 - Angelo State vs. Abilene Christian
Game 11 (If Angelo wins Game 10) - Angelo State vs. Abilen Christian
ACU on right Page in win
ASU baseball team's hopes take a hit
Tarleton State wins again
Second upset has Tarleton rolling in LSC tourney
Timely basehits lead ACU to LSC tourney opening win
Rams win LSC tourney opener
Aussie duo has ability, drive
Angelo State takes LSC Softball Championship
Angelo State claimed its second straight Lone Star Conference softball championship with a 13-5 run-rule victory over Abilene Christian on Saturday at Poly Wells Field in Abilene, Texas.
The Rambelles won their fourth league crown in seven seasons with two wins over the Wildcats in the championship series. ASU (43-8) earned the LSC's automatic bid into the NCAA Division II South Central Regional.
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South Central Regional Bracket I
Angelo State (43-8) - Host
St. Edwards (41-19)
Emporia Stae (42-14)
Nebraska Omaha (42-15)
South Central Regional Bracket II
Southeastern Oklahoma (50-10) - Host
Central Missouri (34-12)
Abilene Christian (42-13)
Missouri Western (45-10)
Link to all regional brackets
'Belles ring up another title
ASU softball team wins LSC championship again
Rambelles claim LSC crown over error-prone Wildcats
LSC announces Baseball postseason awards
Player of the Year: Jordan Schmitt, Abilene Christian and Nate Arevalo, Cameron
Pitcher of the Year: Brad Bichel, Cameron
Freshman of the Year: Craig Blair, Angelo State
Coach of the Year: Todd Holland, Cameron
Baseball: Academic awards announced by LSC
Academic Player of the Year: Andrew Foshee, Central Oklahoma
9 Rams receive LSC honors
ACU's Schmitt shares top LSC honor
Tarleton signs JUCO point guard
Heralded Ranger College point guard Corin Henry, a first-team all-conference pick in the North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference, has signed a national letter of intent to play for Tarleton State.
Henry, a 5-11 play maker from Baltimore, scored 14.4 points per game while dropping off 3.3 assists and collecting 1.8 steals to lead Ranger to a 20-10 record last season. He scored 26 points twice against Grayson Community College, had 24 points and four assists against Southwest Christian CC and 23 points at Temple. Arguably the best game of his career came when he tallied 21 points against then No. 2 Indian Hills Junior College in December, 2008.
“We have been recruiting Corin all season long and love what he will bring to our team next season,” said 21-year Tarleton head coach Lonn Reisman. “Corin is a tough point guard who has great speed and quickness, loves to defend and can score in a lot of ways.”
Henry, who picked Tarleton over defending South Central Region champ Central Missouri State, Lone Star Conference South Division member West Texas A&M, Central Arkansas and South Alabama, played for former Texan Rodney McConnell at Ranger.
Lady Buffs open play in West Region
The West Texas A&M women's golf team, ranked sixth in the NCAA West Region, begins play today in the Division II super regional tournament at the Ironwood Golf and Country Club in Omaha, Neb.
Tarleton making eighth straight trip to regionals
For the eighth straight year, Tarleton State is back in the NCAA Division II South Central Region women’s tennis tournament, meaning they are just two wins away from making the school’s second trip to nationals.
TexAnns eyeing regional three-peat
Tarleton State has no seniors on its women's golf team. Still, the TexAnns are armed with a full arsenal of winning experience as they prepare an assault on the NCAA Division II Super Region IV golf championship that runs from Monday through Wednesday at Ironwood Golf and Country Club in Omaha, Neb.
Ex-WT tight end Kapanui arrested
Former West Texas A&M tight end Kolo Kapanui was one of two New Orleans Saints players arrested early Sunday in the New Orleans suburb of River Ridge and charged with obscenity, disturbing the peace and lewd conduct for allegedly being drunk, urinating in public and exposing themselves.
Saints receiver Ealy, tight end Kapanui arrested
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Bears are suddenly Vander-built
NFC West draft grades
QB Bulger optimistic after upgrades by Rams
Selection of tackle proves Rams' allegiance to QB Bulger
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