Tuesday, May 29, 2012

LSC Roundup 5-29

Nick Jones, ACU denied titles - Garner Roberts, Abilene Reporter News
Freshman races to unexpected silver - Paul Harris, San Angelo Standard Times
ASU senior takes 6th in event - Paul Harris, San Angelo Standard Times
Tascosa grad Nick Jones makes history by winning 4th outdoor discus championship - Lance Lahnert, Amarillo Globe News
Division II track meet: West Texas A&M's Curry takes third in 100 - Lance Lahnert, Amarillo Globe News
ACU men finish fifth, women eighth at NCAA outdoor championships - ACU Track
Jones makes NCAA history by winning fourth discus championship - ACU Track

College Track and Field: McMurry departs Division III with national championship - LSC Office
Courtesy of ACU and TAMUK Sports Information

The Abilene Christian and Texas A&M-Kingsville men finished fifth and sixth, respectively, while the ACU women ended up eighth at the 2012 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Pueblo, Colo.

The Wildcats were fifth with 50 points after winning with 68 points last year, while the Javelinas finished in sixth place overall with 44 points, the second best finish in school history behind the 1993 squad that took fourth place.  The ACU women were eighth with 25 points with 17 in running events and eight in field events.
Three Lone Star Conference athletes earned individual national titles as ACU’s Nick Jones and Levance Williams won the discus and long jump, and TAMUK’s C.J. Griggs claimed the triple jump.  Jones prevailed for his fourth Division II title with a throw of 196-1, to become only the third man in Division II outdoor track and field history to win his event four times and the first in the discus.  Williams started the long jump with a leap of 25-11 – the best long jump by a Division II athlete this season – to win the event. It marked only the fourth time for an athlete from ACU to win the men's long jump at this meet and the first time since 1999.

Griggs had a dramatic winning performance in the triple jump. After the preliminary heats, he stood in fourth place with a personal best jump of 50-7.25, but his right ankle was bothering him and even forced him to pass on his second jump. In the finals he made a dramatic switch to take the first jump off his left foot and the results were unbelievable. After a subpar fourth jump, he popped the winning jump on his fifth attempt out to 51-9.25.

Adams State, Colo., won its first NCAA Division II outdoor title with 77 points to 73 for runner-up Lincoln, Mo.  St. Augustine's, N.C., and Western State, Colo., tied for third with 54 points.
Grand Valley State, Mich., repeated as champion of the women's division with 90 points after turning back a challenge from Lincoln (79) and Adams State (59). 

Women (LSC Teams) - Team Rankings
8) Abilene Christian 25
23) Angelo State 10
31) West Texas A&M 7
33) Tarleton State 6

Men (LSC Teams) - Team Rankings
5) Abilene Christian  50
6) Texas A&M-Kingsville  44
13) West Texas A&M  22
41) Angelo State  3
53) Incarnate Word  1
53) Eastern New Mexico  1

Thursday, May 24, 2012

LSC Scoop Afternoon Update 5-24

ABILENE – After more than two years of a thorough evaluation of its athletic program and the impact of conference alignment across the intercollegiate landscape, ACU administrators were informed that the Southland Conference will be on campus this summer for an official site visit.
Southland Conference presidents met Wednesday and voted to make campus visits to ACU, Incarnate Word in San Antonio and the University of New Orleans as they seek to replace three schools which recently left the league.  The SLC has already added Oral Roberts and Houston Baptist, but it's unknown how many – if any – of the three visited campuses will be extended invitations to join the league

“I received a phone call late Wednesday afternoon from Southland Conference commissioner Tom Burnett, informing me of the league presidents' desire to make a campus visit to three universities, including ACU," ACU president Dr. Phil Schubert said.  "This is the next step in our process of exploring options in terms of NCAA affiliation and in determining what is best for Abilene Christian. We have not received an invitation to join the Southland Conference and haven't been told one is forthcoming. We look forward to showing our campus to the search committee, and to the discussions that will take place when committee members are in Abilene.”

ACU began this process in April 2010 and school officials have had several on-campus forums for faculty and staff to discuss findings from its research, and have met face-to-face with several key donors across the country in regards to a possible change in affiliation.

Last January, Schubert, ACU vice president of advancement Phil Boone and director of athletics Jared Mosley met with Southland Conference officials in Frisco for discussions regarding ACU's status and readiness to make a move
to NCAA Division I status.

At that time, ACU officials were told a decision by presidents could be made in early March at the league's post-season basketball tournament in Katy.  However, no decision on campus visits or expansion was made at the tournament, and the discussion about adding new members was tabled until May 23.

“The Board of Directors has spent a considerable amount of time since last summer reviewing all possible membership options available to the conference,” league commissioner Tom Burnett said. “It's been a deliberate, thoughtful
exercise that has allowed the board to consider what's best for the long-term viability of the association, not just a quick fix. The presidents were very clear in expressing their interest in learning more about these institutions, and they look
forward to these visits.”

A move to the Southland Conference would be almost like a move "home" for ACU, which was a founding member of the league in 1963.  ACU remained in the league until after the conclusion of the 1972-73 athletic year before re-classifying to NAIA Division I status and joining the Lone Star Conference.

“We are pleased to take the next step in our NCAA affiliation discussion. I'm looking forward in the next few weeks to the Southland Conference search committee getting a close-up look at our great university,” Mosley said. “While we are excited about this news, we also look forward to the upcoming 2012-13 season in the Lone Star Conference and NCAA Division II."

The Southland Conference is losing three members on July 1, 2012, with the University of Texas-Arlington, the University of Texas-San Antonio and Texas State heading to the Western Athletics Conference.  In July 2013, UTA and Texas State will join the Sun Belt Conference and UTSA will join Conference USA.


FRISCO -- The Southland Conference Board of Directors approved campus visits to three institutions as the league continues to examine future membership possibilities. The presidential action highlighted the conference's four-day Spring Meeting this week at the San Luis Resort and Conference Center in Galveston.

The Southland will send visitation teams to Abilene Christian University, the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas, and the University of New Orleans this summer in an effort to move closer to potential membership decisions. ACU and UIW are currently NCAA Division II football-playing institutions, while UNO is a Division I independent program. Abilene Christian was also a charter member of the Southland when it formed in 1963.

“The Board of Directors has spent a considerable amount of time since last summer reviewing all possible membership options available to the conference,” league commissioner Tom Burnett said. “It's been a deliberate, thoughtful exercise that has allowed the board to consider what's best for the long-term viability of the association, not just a quick fix. The presidents were very clear in expressing their interest in learning more about these institutions, and they look forward to these visits.”

Last fall, the conference added Oral Roberts University as a member effective for the 2012-13 academic year, followed by an offer of membership to Houston Baptist University, effective in 2013-14.

LSC Roundup 5-24

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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

LSC Roundup 5-23

KINGSVILLE, TEXAS---Ron Harms, who served as head football coach at Texas A&I and Texas A&M-Kingsville for 21 years between 1979 and 1999, has been selected for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame.  The induction is set for July 20-21 in South Bend, Ind.

Harms becomes the seventh Javelina to be inducted into the Hall.  During most of his time as head football coach, he also served as athletic director.  Harms was offensive coordinator for the Javelinas in 1974 and 1975 and during that time, the Javelinas went 25-0, won two national championships and captured two Lone Star conference titles.

He had an outstanding record as head coach of the Javelina program, his times compiling a 172-72 record.  His 1979 team won the NAIA national championship and 11 of his squads took LSC titles.  The 1994 Javelinas reached the NCAA Division II national title game and the 1988, 1993, 1995 and 1998 squads advanced into the national semifinals.

Other Javelinas in the College Football Hall of Fame are coach Gil Steinke and players Johnny Bailey, Darrell Green, Dwayne Nix, John Randle and Richard Ritchie.  He was the head coach while Bailey, Green and Randle were players.
Harms selected for Hall of Fame ‎- San Antonio Express News

ASU's legacy throws true - Quinton Martinez, San Angelo Standard Times
On the rise - Charles Bryce, San Angelo Standard Times

Leal Signs with Javelinas - TAMK Softball

Monday, May 21, 2012

LSC Roundup 5-21

Baseball: ASU, TAMUK eliminated at regional - LSC Office
Angelo State and Texas A&M-Kingsville both saw their seasons end at the NCAA Division II Baseball South Central Regional in Warrensburg, Mo.

ASU (40-17) opened the regional with a 7-2 loss to Southern Arkansas, and then dropped a 13-10 decision to St. Edward’s.  The Rams advanced to the regional tournament for the third time in program history after winning the Lone Star Conference championship and tournament titles. ASU didn’t lose more than two games in a row this season and won 40 games or more for the fourth time since the program was started in 2005.

TAMUK (31-18) started the regional with an 8-4 defeat against St. Mary’s, before being eliminated by top seed and host Central Missouri, 10-5. The Javelinas finished the season as only the third team in school history to play in a regional tournament.

Abilene Christian’s run at the 2012 NCAA Division II Women’s Tennis Championships concluded in the semifinals with a 5-0 loss to BYU-Hawai'i. The Wildcats impressive season ends at 26-4, as they were swept in doubles for the first time all season. ACU defeated Indiana (PA) and Lynn in the Round of 16 and quarterfinals, respectively.

 Cameron dropped its Round of 16 match to California (PA) 5-2. The Aggies finished the season with a 23-5 record, which is the winningest season in program history. Additionally, CU made its second consecutive trip to the national tournament. On the men’s side, ACU blanked Northern Kentucky 5-0 to open the championships, before falling to Lynn 5-3 in the quarterfinals. The Wildcats successful 2012 campaign ended at 21-9.

Women’s Golf: Tarleton finishes fifth at NCAA Championships - LSC Office

Tarleton State completed its run at the NCAA Division II Women’s Golf Championships at Persimmons Ridge Golf Course in Louisville, Ky., with a 322 for a fifth-place finish with a 1,291 total.

The TexAnns started off in ninth place after the first round and continued to climb the standings throughout the event.  Tarleton was eighth after the second round and sixth after the third round.
Individually, Jacqueline Lau led the way for the TexAnns, shooting a 318, which tied for 16th.  Sharon Lau also broke the top-25 with a 321, which tied her for 23rd.  Jessica Pickwick shot a 326 (T-33rd), while Katy Ward finished with a 327 (38th) and Sarah Fulfer shot a 353 (61st).
Tarleton made its sixth straight trip to the championships and recorded the sixth top-five finish.

Nova Southeastern took first place overall at 1,234, with three individuals in the top four golfers, to earn their fourth straight national title.  Florida Southern (1,254), Grand Canyon (1,273) and Barry (1,284) came in just ahead of Tarleton.

ASU TRACK: Theresa Sue confident heading into Division II meet - Paul Harris, San Angelo Standard Times
ASU TRACK: Depth in 400 fuels Rams in relay - Paul Harris, San Angelo Standard Times

Friday, May 18, 2012

LSC Roundup 5-18

Friday, May 18th
"Buck Day" - presented by Sodexo ($1 Hot Dogs / $1 Popcorn)

Game 4 #5 Texas A&M-Kingsville vs. #1 Central Missouri 11 a.m.
Game 5 #6 St. Edward's vs. #3 Angelo State 3 p.m.
Game 6 #2 St. Mary's vs. #4 Southern Arkansas 7 p.m. 

Southern Arkansas pitcher stymies Rams - Mike Whitson, San Angelo Standard Times
Muleriders Take 7-2 Win Over Rams in NCAA DII South Central Opener - ASU Baseball
Baseball Drops Opening Round Game to St. Mary's - TAMK Baseball
Daktronics All-South Central Region Team Released - TAMK Baseball
Four Buffs Earn Daktronics All-Region Honors - WTAM Baseball

No. 6 Wildcats Advance To National Semis, Beat No. 4 Lynn University, 5-1 - ACU W Tennis
TexAnn golf wraps up second round of NCAA Division II Championships - TSU W Golf

LSC Showcase to air Monday on Fox Sports Southwest - LSC Office

The second episode of the Lone Star Conference Showcase will air on Fox Sports Southwest Monday, May 21 at 6 p.m.

The 30-minute magazine-style television show is part of the league’s partnership with Fox Southwest, which also includes television advertising and live web streaming.

This installment, hosted by FS Southwest’s Dana Larson with LSC Commissioner Stan Wagnon, starts with a recap of the basketball and spring championships.  The next segment highlights Angelo State Athletic Director Kathleen Brasfield, who is retiring May 31 after more than 30 years at ASU.

The show wraps up with a look at the league’s NFL Draft picks.  Besides the original programming on May 21, the show will re-air on May 24 at 7 p.m. and June 25 at 5:30 p.m. The next LSC Showcase is set to air during the week of August 27th.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

LSC Roundup 5-17

Thursday, May 17th

Game 1 #2 St. Mary's vs. #5 Texas A&M Kingsville 11 a.m.
Game 2 #1 Central Missouri vs. #6 St. Edward's 3 p.m.
Game 3 #3 Angelo State vs. #4 Southern Arkansas 7 p.m. 


ASU BASEBALL: Quaid McKinnon fitting in just fine with Rams - Mike Whitson, San Angelo Standard Times
ASU BASEBALL: Road to Cary begins with rematch - Paul Harris, San Angelo Standard Times
St. Mary's bringing rivals to the mound - Pat Turner, San Antonio Express News
South Central Regional Report: Rams Enter DII Regional at 40-15 - ASU Baseball
Javelinas Open Regional Tournament - TAMK Baseball
Chuck Duarte Named Second Team All-South Central Region By NCBWA - ACU Baseball

Rain Postpones Conclusion Of ACU and Northern Kentucky NCAA Tennis Match - ACU M Tennis
No. 6 Wildcats Advance To NCAA Quarterfinals Behind 5-0 Win Over Indiana (Pa.) - ACU W Tennis

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

LSC Roundup 5-16

ACU tennis coach believes Wildcats can contend for titles - Joey Richards, Abilene Reporter News
ACU's Hach playing spectacular tennis once again - Joey Richards, Abilene Reporter News

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

LSC Roundup 5-15

Angelo State and Texas A&M-Kingsville are set to represent the Lone Star Conference in the 2012 NCAA Division II Baseball Championship, as part of the South Central Regional field in Warrensburg, Mo.
ASU, the LSC regular season and tournament champions, is the third seed, while TAMUK is the fifth seed in the double-elimination six-team event to be played May 17-20. Both teams are making their third regional appearance.
The Rams, who have won 12 of its last 14 games, open the tournament against No. 4 Southern Arkansas on Thursday at 7 p.m. ASU is 0-2 all-time against SAU, including a 7-0 loss this season that snapped a six-game winning streak to start the year.
The Javelinas face No. 2 St. Mary’s Thursday at 11 a.m. in first-round action. TAMUK and STMU split a pair of games during the regular season.  The Javelinas won 10-1 in Kingsville, while the Rattlers won 10-0 in San Antonio.  Central Missouri is the regional’s top seed and will play No. 6 St. Edward's Thursday at 3 p.m.
Regional champions will advance to the double-elimination championship finals May 26-June 2 at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, N.C. The finals will be hosted by Mount Olive and the town of Cary, N.C. This year marks the 45th annual championship, and the fourth consecutive year that the finals have been held in Cary, N.C.
In the 2011 championship, West Florida captured its first national championship title with a 12-2 victory against Winona State.

South Central Regional at Warrensburg, Mo.
1    *Central Missouri         44-7
2    St. Mary’s (Texas)        44-8
3    Angelo State                 40-15
4    Southern Arkansas        36-15
5    Texas A&M-Kingsville 31-16
6    St. Edward’s                 35-14

Thursday, May 17
11:00 a.m. – No. 2 St. Mary’s vs. No. 5 Texas A&M-Kingsville
3:00 p.m. – No. 1 Central Missouri vs. No. 6 St. Edward’s
7:00 p.m. – No. 3 Angelo State vs. No. 4 Southern Arkansas

  • Relay Team Breaks School Record - TAMK M Track
    Last Stand Meet - TAMK W Track

    MSU duo collects South Central Region Arthur Ashe Awards - MSU Tennis
    TexAnns vie for 2012 NCAA Division II Women's Golf title - TSU W Golf

    2012 DII Spring Festival includes golf and tennis championships - LSC Office
    Four Lone Star Conference teams and an individual are part of more than 1,000 student-athletes that will compete for six national championships when the NCAA, in conjunction with Bellarmine University and Greater Louisville Sports Commission, plays host to the 2012 NCAA Division II National Championships Festival on May 15-19 in Louisville, Ky.

    Women's Golf
    Tarleton State earned a national berth after claiming its sixth straight West Region title, dating back to 2007. The Women’s Golf Championships, consisting of 72 holes, will be held May 16-19, at Persimmon Ridge Golf Course in Louisville.
    Men's Golf
    Cameron’s Trey Lawson tied for fourth at the NCAA Division II Midwest/South Central Regional to earn a spot in the NCAA Division II Men's Golf Championships. The finals will be held May 15-19, at The Cardinal Club in Simpsonville, Ky.
    Men's and Women's Tennis
    The Abilene Christian men’s and women’s squads along with Cameron’s women’s team have advanced to the 2012 NCAA Division II Tennis Championships, which will be played in Louisville, Ky., May 16-19.
    The Round of 16 starts on May 16, with the ACU women against Indiana (PA) at 7 a.m., while CU plays California (PA) at 10 a.m. The Wildcat men will face Northern Kentucky at 1 p.m.

    Monday, May 14, 2012

    LSC Roundup 5-14

    Congrats to the Rambelles on another outstanding season...

    ASU’s season ends in Super Regional - LSC Office

    The Angelo State Rambelles softball team forced a winner-take-all final game after defeating Central Oklahoma 12-3 in game one, but could not keep the momentum going as they fell to the Bronchos 11-3 in the final game of the NCAA Division II South Central Super Regional tournament Saturday at the ASU Softball Complex.

    Angelo State (48-11) just missed out on winning its third South Central Regional championship in four years as the loss brings the 2012 season to an end. The loss also ends the college careers of five Rambelle players who were instrumental to the program; seniors Elsamartina Apo, Claire Molina, Jasmaine Moore and DeeshanaLynn Tafiti and junior Chelsey Walters as the Odessa native prepares for chiropractic school.


    Not quite enough for Rambelles - Paul Harris, San Angelo Standard Times

    Gholson: MSU tennis player wants to serve others - Nick Gholson, Times Record News

    Friday, May 11, 2012

    LSC Roundup 5-11

    Police search for Tarleton athletes accused of burglary - Amber Ward, Stephenville Empire Tribune

    Tarleton police have obtained arrest warrants for two basketball players suspected of burglarizing an apartment in a series of Spring Break crimes.  The warrants seek the arrest of Shedrick Haynes, 24, and Zachary Hannibal Nelson, 22, in a burglary of a habitation case, a second-degree felony.  The burglary at Texan Village apartments was among seven cases reported to campus police between March 7-18.

    Haynes and Nelson became suspects after a Neebo Bookstore employee identified the two men as the persons who sold books taken in one of the burglaries, police records show. Both athletes gave false names when selling the books, but had used their UIN numbers, allowing the crimes to be connected to their real names.

    In another twist, records show that Tarleton Police Sergeant Darren Keith was called on April 3 into Athletic Director Lonn Reisman’s office to pick up items turned into Reisman by one of his athletes. Some of these items -- a Fuji camera, two SD cards and a black case -- were identified in a police report as being stolen in a burglary.

    Detective Kristie Bint used this information to obtain the arrest warrants on April 16. The athletes have not been arrested. Texan News attempted to contact Haynes and Nelson at phone numbers listed in police reports. Haynes’ phone was answered by a man who said he didn’t know Haynes. Nelson’s number was disconnected.

    This isn’t the first time these athletes have dealt with campus police. Haynes was arrested on March 28 for burglary of a habitation on July 30, 2011 when property was taken from a campus dorm, records show. He was released on a $10,000 bond the following day.

    Records also show Nelson was arrested on March 19 for possession of marijuana and was released that day on a $500 bond. Sgt. Keith said police have been searching for the suspects since the warrants were obtained.
    Fowler: Stephens was already a leader - Brad Keith, Stephenville Empire Tribune
    Tarleon Football recruit dies in home- Brad Keith, Stephenville Empire Tribune

    Junior Keanna Winkfield Named NFCA Second Team All-South Central Region - ACU Softball

    Abilene Christian and Angelo State headlined the All-Lone Star Conference awards with 14 honorees each of the 54 athletes on the list for their efforts at the 2012 LSC Men’s and Women’s Track & Field Championships. The awards were announced Thursday by league officials.  ACU won the men’s championship for the 19th straight year at the 2012 LSC meet with seven all-conference athletes. ASU earned its fourth consecutive women’s title behind the efforts of six all-LSC performers.
    The list of all-conference performers includes the winner of each event at the conference meet, including all members of the winning relay teams, plus any athlete who scores at least 14 points at the meet. In all, 27 men and 25 women were recognized by the all-conference program  In addition to the announcement of All-LSC performers, the league recognized four student-athletes and two coaches with individual awards.
    On the men’s side, ACU’s Jordan Geary earned the Cap Shelton Award as Outstanding Male Track Athlete, while the Wildcats Nick Jones picked up the Oscar Strahan Award as Outstanding Male Field Athlete. ACU’s Roosevelt Lofton was named Men’s Track Coach of the Year.
    For the women, the Wildcats Chloe Susset claimed the Wes Kittley Award as Outstanding Female Track Athlete, while West Texas A&M’s Morgan Shelton earned the David Noble Award as Outstanding Female Field Athlete. ASU’s James Reid was tabbed Women’s Track Coach of the Year for the sixth straight year.

    Outstanding Male Track Athlete (Cap Shelton Award): Jordan Geary, Abilene Christian
    Outstanding Male Field Athlete (Oscar Strahan Award): Nick Jones, Abilene Christian
    Men’s Track & Field Coach of the Year: Roosevelt Lofton, Abilene Christian
    Outstanding Female Track Athlete (Wes Kittley Award): Chloe Susset, Abilene Christian
    Outstanding Female Field Athletes (David Noble Award): Morgan Shelton, West Texas A&M
    Women’s Track & Field Coach of the Year: James Reid, Angelo State

    NOTE: To earn all-conference status, athletes must score at least 14 points or win an event at the LSC Championships.

    Athlete  School  Year Points
    Nick Jones Abilene Christian Sr. 29
    Isaiah Samoei Eastern New Mexico Fr. 28
    Dylan Doss West Texas A&M Fr. 26
    Jordan Geary Abilene Christian Jr. 22
    Levance Williams Abilene Christian Sr. 21
    Jacob McDonald Angelo State Sr. 20
    Parker Petty Abilene Christian Jr. 19
    Jonathan Woodson Texas A&M-Kingsville Jr. 19
    Tallam Kipruto Eastern New Mexico Fr. 18
    Dennis Bain Abilene Christian Jr. 18
    CJ Griggs Texas A&M-Kingsville So. 16.5
    Tim Price Texas A&M-Kingsville So. 16.5
    Andrew Wells Texas A&M-Kingsville Fr. 16
    Tommy Curry West Texas A&M Jr. 16
    Bryan Barker Angelo State Fr. 15
    Paris Robertson Abilene Christian Sr. 15
    Patrick Hunter Angelo State Jr. 14
    Alexander Korn West Texas A&M Fr. 14
    Brendon West Angelo State Fr. 13.75
    Sergio Rios Texas A&M-Kingsville Jr. 11.5
    Baptiste Kerjean Abilene Christian Jr. 10
    Austin Slone Angelo State Jr. 10
    Khalil Henry Texas A&M-Commerce Jr. 10
    Anthony Washington Texas A&M-Kingsville Jr. 10
    Dallas Gray Angelo State Fr. 9.75
    Isidro Garcia Angelo State Jr. 6.5
    Robbie Thayer Angelo State Jr. 2.5
    Athlete  School  Year Points
    Chloe Susset Abilene Christian Sr. 28
    Morgan Shelton West Texas A&M Jr. 28
    Theresa Sue Angelo State Jr. 27
    Lindsey Hinton Tarleton State Jr. 26
    Shennae Steele Abilene Christian Jr. 24.5
    Lexus Williams Abilene Christian Fr. 22.5
    Kimberly Williams Angelo State Jr. 20
    Sarah Snider West Texas A&M Jr. 20
    Cathryn Rittenberry Angelo State Sr. 17
    Shaneve Swift Incarnate Word So. 16.25
    Emeline Crutcher Angelo State Jr. 16
    Whitney Hargraves Texas A&M-Commerce Jr. 16
    Ayesha Rumble Abilene Christian Jr. 14.5
    Brenda Sindet West Texas A&M So. 14
    Karla Hope Abilene Christian Sr. 13.5
    Amanda Ouedraogo Abilene Christian Jr. 12
    Nikki McNorton Tarleton State Jr. 12
    Jaylen Rodgers Angelo State Fr. 12
    Amber Perry Texas A&M-Kingsville Fr. 12
    Rachel King West Texas A&M Jr. 10.5
    Lauren Hartwick Abilene Christian R-Fr. 10
    Summer Sutherland Angelo State Jr. 10
    Abigail Leaupepe-Tele Texas A&M-Commerce So. 10
    Paula Bowens West Texas A&M Jr. 8.5
    Carnisha Simpson West Texas A&M Fr. 6.5

    Lone Star Conference

    Angelo State University

    Cameron University

    Eastern New Mexico University


    Texas A&M-Commerce

    Tarleton State University

    Texas A&M-Kingsville

    Texas Woman's College

    University of Texas of the Permian Basin

    West Texas A&M University

    Western New Mexico