West Texas A&M baseball team falls to ACU -Lee Passmore, Amarillo Globe News
#20 Buffs Drop Thursday's Contest to Wildcats - WTAM BaseballBaseball Splits with Cameron - TAMK Baseball
Baseball: Aggies Split In Kingsville - CU Baseball
No. 9 Rams Take First Game of Series With a 6-4 Win Over ENMU - ASU Baseball
#9 Rams Hold Off Greyhound Rally in Series Opener - ENMU Baseball
ASU BASEBALL: No. 9 ASU pulls out gutty win - Mike Whitson, San Angelo Standard Times
Belles Win Emotional Game over Pioneers, 11-1 - ASU Softball
Softball falls 11-1 on the road to #12 Angelo State - TWU Softball
West Texas A&M softball team sweeps doubleheader against Incarnate Word - Terrence Hunley, Amarillo Globe News
CARDINALS DROP TWO TO WEST TEXAS A&M - UIW Softball
Softball: Cameron Spilts With Wildcats, Wins Game Two With Walk-Off - CU Softball
Smith Throws Gem and Shuts out Javelinas - ENMU Softball
Zias Shut Down Javs - TAMK Softball
ASU TRACK & FIELD: Rambelle posts best long jump in nation - Paul Harris, San Angelo Standard Times
Rams & Rambelles Shine in Front of Home Crowd - ASU Track
Javelina Men Third at David Noble Relays - TAMK M Track
Caldwell sets PR, takes silver in 3,000-meter Steeplechase - MSU Track
LSC TRACK AND FIELD
The Lone Star Conference boasts three of the top four men’s teams in the national team computer rankings (April 3) conducted by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) with No. 2 Texas A&M-Kingsville, No. 3 Abilene Christian and No. 4 Angelo State. On the women’s side, the LSC is represented by No. 18 ACU and No. 25 ASU.
TRACK AND FIELD ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
Dallas Gray, Angelo State University, FR, Rosenberg, Texas, Rosenberg HS
Gray, a freshman, was a member of three relay teams for the Rams at the Texas Relays. He was on the 4x100-meter, 4x400-meter and sprint medley relay. The 4x400-meter relay of Brendon West, Gray, Robbie Thayer and Isidro Garcia ran a NCAA Division II mark of 3:09.30. It is currently the fastest time in NCAA Division II and the Lone Star Conference. As a member of the 4x100-meter, Gray and teammates ran a 41.50 and clocked a 3:26.68 in the sprint medley relay.
Tim Price, Texas A&M University - Kingsville, SO, Corpus Christi, Texas, Carroll HS
Price had a strong showing at the Texas Relays last week. He took second place in the 100 meters in a wind-aided 10.34, the fastest time in the conference this year. In the prelims, he clocked a provisional qualifying time of 10.48. He also ran a leg on 4x100-meter relay that posted the top time in NCAA Division II this year, 40.26.
Baptiste Kerjean, Abilene Christian University, JR, St. Brieuc, France
Kerjean turned in the two longest throws of his career at the Texas Relays last Thursday afternoon to finish third in the men’s university-college hammer throw at Myers Stadium. His mark of 207 feet, 5 inches (63.22m), trailed only the 217-3 of Jeremy Postin of Florida and the 213-6 of Nick Miller, an Oklahoma State international student who competed unattached. Kerjean became only the third Wildcat to register more than 200 feet in the hammer throw. He now trails only Glenn Griffin (209-2) and Cliff Felkins (208-4) on the ACU all-time list of performers in the hammer throw. He also moved into fourth on the 2012 list of hammer throwers in NCAA Division II.
Theresa Sue, Angelo State University, JR, Ft. Worth, Texas, Saginaw HS
Sue set a new personal best in the 400-meter hurdles at the Texas Relays this past weekend. The junior ran a NCAA Division II provisional time of 1:01.37 to move to No. 6 in that nation. She is tops in the Lone Star Conference and the only student-athlete to hit a NCAA Division II provisional mark in the event. It is the second-straight week that Sue has set a personal best in the 400-meter hurdles.
Amanda Ouedraogo, Abilene Christian University, JR, Hauts de Seine, France, Descartes HS
Ouedraogo placed fifth at the Texas Relays among 16 competitors in the women’s university-college triple jump with her collegiate best (and wind-aided) 43-3.25 (13.19m). Her mark in the sixth round moved her into the lead in NCAA Division II on the 2012 outdoor performer list. Ouedraogo’s performance Friday included the first two 13-meter jumps of her Wildcat career. She leaped 13.01 meters (42-8.25 with 4.3 wind) in the third round of preliminary jumps to advance to the final, then after fouls in the fourth and fifth rounds she leaped 13.19 (43-3.25 with 2.8 wind). She is second on the ACU all-time list in the women’s triple jump with a legal best of 42-5.5 behind school record holder Stephanie Warren at 43-4.24 (13.21 meters).