The second week of the 2009 season is finished. There was a bit of a change in the conference – A&M Commerce began the weekend ranked 16th nationally but fell out of the top 25 this week. Midwestern, as a result of their strongest start in years, is ranked #21 this week and WT A&M also received votes in the national poll. Four of the top ten spots in the regional poll were filled by LSC teams (five if you count Incarnate Word, who joins the conference next year).
WT A&M - Tied
Finished the weekend with an 8-0 pounding of A&M International, with freshman Korey Schroeder between the posts. WT received votes in the national poll but didn’t crack the top 25 (yet).
This weekend welcomes 15th ranked St. Edwards to Canyon for the Lady Buffs strongest opponent yet, Sunday UTPB comes to town, and the Buffs hit the road to
A&M-Commerce - Began the weekend ranked 16th.
The Lions hit the road to
The second 45 minutes and 2OT’s produced no goals for either team. Through the two weekends
Thursday DBU travels to
Midwestern - Saturday the Mustangs visited New Mexico Highlands, scored two early and finished with a 2-1 win. Midwestern has begun their 2009 campaign with their best start since 1998, and were rewarded with votes in the national poll awarding them the 21st spot.
Friday the Lady Mustangs travel to
This weekend the Wildcats face another ranked opponent in #5 Incarnate Word Friday. Tuesday cross-town rival HSU visits the
Angelo - Hosted the Golden Corral Roundup this past weekend. Defeated
Friday the Rambelles travel to
TWU - Lost to Incarnate Word 2-1 in
This week the Pioneers take on NAIA opponent Texas Wesleyan and Heartland Conference’s St Edwards with both games in
In their second OT game of the weekend the Tigers lost 3-2 in the 105th minute to Western, but showed lots of heart in taking two straight games into OT.
On Thursday ENM travels to
Southwestern faces three SAC opponents next – Mid