More football recruiting news....
OLB Treyvon Sims (Cameron Yoe HS) has Angelo State, Tarleton State, Texas A&M Commerce and Texas A&M Kingsville on his radar
WR Clint Haynes (Cameron Yoe HS) has some interest in Angelo State and Tarleton State
and teammate WR Jack Rhoades is looking at Abilene Christian, Angelo State and Tarleton State
Softball Nabs Blinn Transfer
KINGSVILLE, TEXAS – Texas A&M-Kingsville head softball coach Blake Miller announced that Blinn College pitcher-first baseman Lindsey Brown will play for the Javelinas next year after leading the Buccaneers to the NJCAA Division I World Series this past year.
Brown earned Second Team All-Region XIV honors as a freshman en route to leading her team to a conference championship and a fourth place finish nationally. At the World Series, she won two games, including a 4-0 shutout of Florida CCJ and picked up one save. The team finished with a 56-11 record in her only season.
Brown was equally good in the circle and at the plate. As a pitcher, she went 21-3 with a 1.96 earned run average while striking out 96 batters in 157.1 innings. At bat, she hit .406 with a team high 23 doubles, 16 home runs, 81 runs batted in and a .777 slugging percentage.
Brown will provide the Javelinas with a big bat in the middle of the order and should take the place of Courtney Rigamonti as the team’s #1 pitcher. She joins a team that went 32-22 and advanced to the Lone Star Conference Tournament last year.
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Basketball Adds 12 to Roster
WEATHERFORD, Okla. - First-year Southwestern Oklahoma State University men's basketball coach Charlie Schaef has announced the signing of eight players to National Letters of Intent and committing themselves to play for the Bulldogs during the 2009-10 season. In addition to the signees, Schaef has also secured agreements from four others to join the program as walk-ons.
"We are extremely proud of this class," Schaef said. "I would like to congratulate and compliment (assistant coach) Wayne Anderson who has been out on the road representing and recruiting for SWOSU basketball and our University."
Schaef and Anderson had extensive work heading into their first season together as the top seven scorers from last year's Lone Star Conference Tournament runner-up team have graduated.
"We were able to cover some needs across the board," Schaef said "Most importantly, I wanted people who were willing to join us as we start a new path. We found student-athletes who are self-disciplined, self-confidant and share the vision we have for the future of SWOSU basketball."
For a complete list of the signees go here.