Wednesday, April 20, 2011

LSC Roundup 4-20

Gerlich interviews with UNM - Ricky Treon, Amarillo Globe News
West Texas A&M head women's basketball coach Krista Gerlich has interviewed for the same position at the University of New Mexico, WT athletic director Michael McBroom said Tuesday.

McBroom said officials from New Mexico contacted him late last week for permission to speak with Gerlich. He granted the request, and Gerlich interviewed in Albuquerque over the weekend.

"She is a finalist for the job - as she should be," McBroom said. "She is, in my mind, one of the best basketball coaches in the country.

"The opportunity to interview is well deserved."

Gerlich didn't return several messages left on her mobile phone Tuesday.

LSC Men’s Golf Championships: UCO holds off ACU, CU charge - LSC Office
Central Oklahoma saw its 12-stroke lead trimmed to two as Abilene Christian and Cameron put together the low rounds of the day during Monday’s second round at the Lone Star Conference Men’s Golf Championships. The annual league event, which features 11 men's teams, is being held at Randolph Oaks Golf Course in San Antonio.

The Bronchos stayed in first place at four-over-par (284-296=580) but the Wildcats and Aggies were both under-par to close the distance with 18 holes of play remaining on Wednesday.

ACU was two-under-par (296-286=582) with three Wildcats finishing at even par or better, led by Cyril Bouniol with a three-under 18 holes and Alex Carpenter and Tyler Sheppard at even-par.

CU posted a four-under effort (303-284=587) with a trio turning in under-par efforts: Brady Porter (-3), Jason Timmis (-2) and Trey Lawson (-2).

Northeastern State’s Casey Nelson holds a one-shot advantage over West Texas A&M’s Ben Hargis and UCO’s Colby Shrum in the individual race. Nelson is at six-under-par (68-70=138) with Hargis and Shrum at 139.

Texas A&M-Commerce (597) is in fourth place followed by Southwestern Oklahoma (601).

Fans can see all the first and second round results and also follow the action live as three-hole scoring updates will be provided throughout Wednesday’s final round.

LSC Women's Golf Championship: Tarleton maintains lead heading into final round - LSC Office
Tarleton State improved their lead with a six-over par 287 tally for the second straight day. The TexAnns hold a 20-shot lead after two rounds at the Lone Star Conference Women’s Golf Championships.

The annual league event, which features 12 women's teams, is being held at The Republic Golf Club in San Antonio.

Tarleton (287-287=574) is followed by Incarnate Word (594), Northeastern State (605), Midwestern State (606) and Central Oklahoma (613).

Sharon Lau paced the TexAnn performance with a three-under-par effort to finish at 68 today and move up from 10th to tied for 2nd place overall at 142. Carla Cooper stayed in the lead at 140 with a one-over round today. The rounds of 68 by Cooper on Monday and Sharon Lau matched the lowest round score in LSC Championship play.

UIW’s Jessica Cornish is stayed in second (142) following a two-over 18 holes.

Fans can see all the first and second round results and also follow the action live as three-hole scoring updates will be provided throughout Wednesday’s final 18 holes.


Late Inning Heroics Propel Zias to Victory - ENMU Softball
Softball Drops Two Games at A&M-International - TAMK Softball
#23 Lady Buffs Cruise Past St. Edward’s in Sweep - WTAM Softball

Softball Weekly Release: Five earn weekly awards - LSC Office
Lone Star Conference play continues as teams compete for one of eight spots in the championship bracket. The top four teams in both the North and South divisions advance to play in Durant, Okla., May 5-6-7.

Click here for the complete release

Cami Correa, East Central University, JR, Catcher/Designated Player, Brawley, California, Brawley Union HS
Correa batted .667 (4-for-6) with two homers and six runs batted in as ECU won two of three games at Northeastern State. Correa finished with an .818 on-base percentage after drawing five walks in the series. She also had a 1.667 slugging percentage thanks to her two home runs. She was 2-for-3 with a game-winning three-run blast in the top of the seventh of a 6-3 Lady Tiger victory over the RiverHawks. Correa ended up with four RBIs in that contest. In a 5-1 victory, she was 1-for-1 with a two-run shot in the seventh for ECU’s fourth and fifth runs. For the season, Correa has a .349 batting average with six homers and 25 RBIs (second on the squad).

Audra Rhudy, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, JR, P, Ector, Texas, Ector HS
Rhudy turned in the most dominant weekend of her career in a series sweep of Cameron. She picked up all three wins after tossing 14.0 innings and posting a 0.50 ERA. She allowed just five hits and one run. CU hit .106 off of her and she struck out 13 hitters across from one walk. In all, only seven hitters reached base in her 14.0 innings of work. She was near perfection on Sunday, retiring 12-straight in SE’s 10-0 run rule win, only losing the perfect game to allow the lone Storm pitching senior to close the contest. The duo combined on a shutout.

Kasey Henderson, West Texas A&M University, SR, Outfielder, Katy, Texas , Katy HS
Henderson led the #23 Lady Buffs to a huge weekend series win over the #7 Rambelles at Lady Buff Yard in Canyon. She hit .600 with three RBI and three runs scored for a on-base percentage of .636. Henderson continued to be a threat on the basepaths, stealing one base on the weekend to remain perfect on the year, 40-for-40.

Arianna Rodriguez, Tarleton State University, SO, SS, Bruceville Eddy, Bruceville Eddy HS
Rodriguez was one of two TexAnns to score in every game last week as the TexAnns swept Eastern New Mexico in a Lone Star Conference South Division series after dropping a doubleheader against St. Mary’s. Rodriguez batted .526 on the week, going 10-of-19 with nine runs scored, two doubles, two home runs and five runs batted in. She had a total of 18 bases with a .947 slugging percentage. She had a two-run home run in the top of the third in the second game on Friday against the Zias before tagging a ball over the right center fence in Saturday’s game to score two more runs. She scored three times in the third game of the series to help the TexAnns.

Brittany Rexroat, Abilene Christian University, SR, Pitcher, Glendale, Ariz., Ironwood HS
Rexroat had one of her best weekends as a Wildcat going 3-0 picking up two wins against the Javelinas both shutouts … She finished with an 0.88 ERA in her three starts all of which were complete game efforts … Rexroat only allowed four runs in 16 innings, two of which were earned while striking out 9 and only walking four holding opponents to a .266 batting average against


Wildcats Nip Falcons, 5-4 - ACU Baseball
UCO Clips Eagles - UCO Baseball
Hounds Use Strong Relief Pitching and Five Triples to Spring Past Mustangs - ENMU Baseball
Texans overthrow Hilltoppers with 14-4 blowout - TSU Baseball
Rattlers Top Javs - TAMK Baseball


Men's Track Hits Top 10 - TAMK Track

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