Thursday, March 17, 2011

LSC Roundup 3-17

Competition gets no easier for MSU - J. Scott Russell
The Midwestern State Mustangs had a tough path to the South Central Regional championship and they will have another tough road ahead of them as they make their second straight trip to the Elite Eight next week.

The Mustangs (25-8) picked up their second straight regional title Tuesday night with a 73-66 win over No. 4 Central Oklahoma.

They beat the No. 3 seed, the No. 2 seed and the No. 1 seed to head back to the MassMutual Center in Springfield, Mass., once again.

The Mustangs were the sixth seed in their region. Now, they're in an Elite Eight field that has four No. 1 seeds and three No. 7 seeds.

Hagan named to NABC All-South Central Region team  - MSU Sports


Changes make ASU baseball a winner - Nathan Wright, San Angelo Standard Times
The Angelo State baseball team hasn't been on a roll like this in three years.

With Tuesday's doubleheader sweep of Henderson State, the Rams now have won nine games in row, their longest winning streak since they won nine straight during the 2008 season.

During that streak, the Rams have swept Lone Star Conference foes Southeastern Oklahoma and Abilene Christian. ASU has not lost since Feb. 26 against East Central and has won 12 of its last 13.

Just a few weeks ago, the Rams were sitting at 4-6 and wondering what they needed to do to get back on track. Three series into LSC play, they were 3-6 and had been swept by Incarnate Word and lost two of three to Texas A&M-Kingsville.

A shuffle of the lineup and a minor reorganization of the pitching staff seem to have fixed things. Or at least turned them in the right direction.

"When you look at our lineup, it is very different from what it was the first 10 games of the season," ASU head coach Kevin Brooks said. "It took a while to get the right guys in the right positions."

Slumping Wildcats fall at UTPB  - ACU Baseball
Cantrell Sharp In Win - NSU Baseball


Midwestern jumps up to No. 5 in NFCA D2 Poll  - MSU Softball
#10 Lady Buffs Sweep Adams State in Doubleheder Action  - WT Softball
Pitching and Defense Key for Javelinas - TAMK Softball


UIW student-athlete earns weekly honors - LSC Office
One golf student-athlete tabbed Lone Star Conference Athlete of the Week honors for her efforts, league officials announced today.

Click here for the complete release


Joanna De Sa Pereira, University of the Incarnate Word, SO, France, Ledbetter IMG
Pereira led UIW to its first victory of the spring season at the Pepsi-Lion Invitational with a 154 (82-72), good for a tie for the first place individual title. It was her second individual victory in two events, as she also won the Cardinals’ last event in Austin hosted by St. Edward’s University. (She finished second at the Lady Rattler Roundup prior)


ACU takes down West Florida  - ACU Tennis
ACU rolls past West Florida  - ACU Tennis
ACU Takes Down No. 8 Concorida  - ACU Tennis

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