Friday, December 18, 2009

LSC Roundup 12-18

Men's Basketball News
Southeastern Oklahoma 82, Mid-American Christian 78 - box score - Southeastern Holds on for 82-78 Win
Southwestern Oklahoma 67, Rhema Bible 35 - box score - Men Roll Past Rhema, 67-35

Women's Basketball News
Eastern New Mexico 85, NM Highlands 76 - box score - Strong Start, Finish Propels Zias Past Cowgirls

Football News
ACU OL Washington named Little All-American
Abilene Christian offensive lineman Tony Washington was named to The Associated Press Little All-American team, which was released Thursday.

Washington, a 6-foot-7, 305-pound left tackle from New Orleans, La., was a first-team selection. He was the lone ACU player named to the team and the only Lone Star Conference player to earn first-team honors.

Four other LSC players were named to the team. Angelo State’s Calvin France, a senior defensive lineman, and Central Oklahoma’s Giorgio Durham, sophomore defensive back, were both named to the second team, while West Texas A&M’s J’Marcus Webb, a senior offensive lineman, and Eugene Sims, a senior defensive lineman, were both third-team picks.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: ASU's Fance named to all-star team
Junior defensive end Calvin Fance has become the first Angelo State football player to earn All-America honors in four seasons as he was named Little All-America second team by the Associated Press.

Fance becomes the 55th All-American in Ram history and the first since tailback Kyle Fox and tight end Justin Carter were both recognized after ASU’s postseason run in 2005. Fance led NCAA Division II with 14.0 sacks as a senior, one shy of the ASU single-season record, and will be playing in the Cactus Bowl in Kingsville next month.

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