Monday, December 14, 2009

LSC Roundup 12-14

Men's Basketball News
Texas A&M Kingsville 68, Incarnate Word 66 - Box Score - Hoggies Clip Cards
West Texas A&M 80, Southwestern Okla. 72 - Box score - Late Run Propels Buffs Past SWOSU, 80-72 - Men Lose to WTAM, 80-72
East Central 104, Tarleton State 88 - Box score - Tigers trounce Tarleton State, 104-88 - Texans fall on the road at ECU
Northeastern State 87, Missouri Southern 76 - Box score - Jones Powers RiverHawks Past Lions
Midwestern State 72, Southeastern Okla. 42 - Box score - Southeastern Falls to No. 19 MSU - No. 19 Midwestern silences Savage Storm to go to 9-0
Texas A&M-Commerce 79, Abilene Christian 67 - Box score - Lions Win Second Straight - ACU falls to Commerce, 79-67
Cameron 64, Eastern New Mexico 55 - Box score - Aggies win big, still perfect at home - Tyler Jefferson Scores Career-High 22 Points, Greyhounds Fall at Cameron

No. 19 Mustangs silence Savage Storm
UIW men, women lose
WT Basketball Capsules

Women's Basketball News
West Texas A&M 83, Southwestern Okla. 65 - Box score - Lady Buffs Play Strong Second Half to Win over Southwestern Oklahoma, 83-65 - Women Fall to WTAM, 83-65
Tarleton State 80, East Central 61 - Box score - Tarleton tops Lady Tigers, 80-61 - TexAnns match best start ever with 80-61 win at ECU
Southeastern Okla. 73, Midwestern State 61 - Box score - Southeastern Holds on to Stay Perfect - Midwestern claws back, but falls to #25 Southeastern 73-61
Texas Woman's 78, Angelo State 62 - Box score - Pioneers win big at home against Angelo State - 'Belles stumble at TWU
Abilene Christian 56, Texas A&M-Commerce 51 - Box score - Lions Comeback Falls Short in 56-51 Loss to Abilene Christian - Wildcats hold on for 56-51 win
Eastern New Mexico 79, Cameron 74 - Box score - Big comeback not enough for CU - Clay's 22-Points Leads Zias to 79-74 LSC Crossover Win at Cameron
Northeastern State 53, Drury 49 - Box score - RiverHawks Rally for Win

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: 'Belles blow 11-point first-half lead in loss to Texas Woman's
MSU women fall to No. 25 SE Oklahoma, 73-61

Recruiting News
Baseball Signs Two Players
Two baseball standouts from Mississippi's Hinds Community College have agreed and signed National Letters of Intent (NLI) to attend Southwestern Oklahoma State University in the fall of 2010, according to Head Coach Scott Selby.

Football News
Saddler-McQueen Invited to Texas vs. the Nation
Texas A&M-Kingsville senior defensive tackle Jimmy Saddler-McQueen (Houston/Forest Brook HS) has accepted an invitation to play in the 4th annual Texas vs the Nation All-Star football game held in El Paso, TX. The game is scheduled for February 6, 2010. The game will be nationally televised by CBS College Sports.

Saddler-McQueen earned Honorable Mention Lone Star Conference South Division honors this year despite being hampered with injuries for half the season. He finished the year with 30 tackles and 6.0 tackles for loss. As a junior, he was named the LSC South Co-Defensive Lineman of the Year. In his four-year career with the Javelinas he made 144 tackles, 23 tackles for loss and five sacks.

The Texas vs the Nation all-star game has produced numerous NFL players. Last year, 111 of the 116 that were on the roster signed an NFL contract.

Texas vs. the Nation
LSC players in the past
2009 - Bernard Scott - ACU
2009 - Johnny Knox - ACU
2009 - Michael Reed - UCO
2008 - Daniel Polk - MSU
2008 - Pat Schwenke - WTAM
2008 - Steve Allen - WTAM
2007 - Dalton Bell - WTAM
2007 - Justin Carter - Angelo St
2007 - Isaac Morales - ACU
2007 - Stephen McCoy - TAMK

UIL All Century Football team announced
First Team
OL - Gene Upshaw - Robstown HS - Texas A&I
DB - Darrell Green - Houston Jones HS - Texas A&I

Six Man
First Team
Back - DeWayne Miles - Amherst HS - West Texas A&M
Back - Damien Jackson - Trinidad HS - Tarleton State

Second Team
Back - Tanner Woods - Follett - West Texas A&M

Fance invited to Cactus Bowl
Angelo State senior defensive end Calvin Fance has been selected to represent the Rams in the 2010 Cactus Bowl, the annual NCAA Division II All-Star Game. The game is scheduled for a 6:35 p.m. kickoff on Friday, Jan. 8, 2010, in Kingsville.

Fance wrapped up his short two-year career with 16.5 sacks, ranking him fifth all-time at Angelo State. He tallied 64 career tackles, 28 of which were solo, with 20.5 career tackles for a loss in 22 career games.

Cudjo Invited To Cactus Bowl
Central Oklahoma’s Jermelle Cudjo has been selected to play in the Valero Cactus Bowl, an NCAA Division II all-star football game that will be held here Jan. 8, 2010. Cudjo, a 6-3, 300-pound defensive tackle from Lawton, was a four-year starter for the Bronchos who earned first-team All-Lone Star Conference North Division honors twice and second-team accolades once. He finished the 2009 season with 58 tackles, including a team-high 12.5 tackles for loss with 3.5 sacks. He finished his career with 198 tackles, 38.5 of those for loss.

Cudjo is the third straight UCO player to participate in the Cactus Bowl, which started as the Snow Bowl in Fargo, N.D. in 1994 before moving to Kingsville and changing names in 2001. Linebacker Will Clewis played in 2007 and lineman Dustin Finn last year.

Rookie Null makes 1st start at QB for Rams
Rams go bully up in loss

Track and Field News
WT track teams open indoor season
The West Texas A&M men's and women's track teams opened their indoor season with some strong performances at the Kansas State All-Comers Meet on Saturday at Manhattan, Kan.

"The highlight of the day was our men's 4-by-400-meter relay finishing second to Kansas State," WT coach Darren Flowers said. "We had to fill some spots on the relay due to injury, so to come away with a second-place finish is a sign of depth on the men's side.''
That relay team, consisting of Xavier Bennett, Josh Braddock, Andrew Sanders and Taylor Johnson, ran a 3:25.0.

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