Monday, July 23, 2012

LSC Roundup 7-23

2012 Road to Enshrinement: Ron Harms - College Football Hall of Fame
Ron Harms enjoyed a 33-year career as a head coach at three different football programs in which he won 14 conference championships and one NAIA national title.

In 1979, Harms experienced ultimate success in his first year at Texas A&M - Kingsville, posting a 12-1 record while winning the NAIA national championship and the Lone Star Conference title. Over the following 20 seasons, Harms guided the Javelinas to 10 Lone Star Conference crowns, including six consecutive from 1992-97, and 12 seasons of eight or more wins. He pushed Texas A&M - Kingsville to a 172-72 record before his retirement following the 1999 season.

In his entire coaching career, Coach Ron Harms has been honored as the NAIA Coach of the Year, the AFCA Regional Coach of the Year, the NAIA District Coach of the Year, the CNN NCAA Division II Coach of the Year and the Lone Star Conference Coach of the Year.

"I'm certainly very grateful for the honor, and I will be happy to accept it on behalf of the players and coaches because this is a team deal,” Coach Harms said about his inclusion in the College Football Hall of Fame. “I always got great support from our administration and I was always surrounded by a lot of outstanding people."


Gholson: McNair Jr. is not a Mustang just yet - Nick Gholson, Times Record News
Steve McNair Jr. is reportedly coming to play football at Midwestern State.  That story has been all over the Internet this week. There are even some reports that the son of the former Super Bowl quarterback has already signed with MSU.

None of this is true. Not yet, anyway.





Due to rising costs associated with running athletic events, the spouses and dependents of Abilene Christian University's faculty and staff will have to purchase tickets to attend any of the college's sporting events for the  2012-2013 academic year



PORTALES, N.M. — Mike Harney, the head coach for the cross country and track & field teams at Eastern New Mexico University, has announced the signing of 19 student athletes for the upcoming season. In addition to the athletes previously added to the cross country teams (Greyhounds/Zias), the Greyhound track & field team added nine student athletes, while the Zias will gain 10 new teammates for the 2013 season.

The Hounds and Zias totaled three transfers, while combining to add 16 freshmen. Of the 19 signees, 10 come from New Mexico, with four coming from either California or Oregon.

Greyhounds
Transferring to ENMU to compete for the Greyhounds are Cordero Bonamy (Jr., Bahamas/Dickinson State) and Richie Garban (Jr., Salinas, Calif./Hartnell CC). The incoming freshman class includes Daniel Forbush (Fr., Alamogordo, N.M./Alamogordo HS), Renanzo Williams (Fr., Clarksville, Tenn./Vilseck HS), Lucas Romero (Fr., Bosque Farms, N.M./Valencia HS), Zach Castro (Fr., Denver, Colo./Westminster HS), Kamron McKnight (Fr., Albuquerque, N.M./La Cueva HS), Santana Zamora (Fr., Mountainair, N.M./Mountainair HS) and Ricky Milks (Fr., Las Cruces, N.M./Mayfield HS).

Field Athletes:
McKnight cleared 22’-8” in the long jump, Forbush and Romero both cleared a height of 14’ in the pole vault, Williams posted a distance of 45’-9.5” in the triple jump, Castro recorded a height of 6’-5” in the high jump

Track Athletes:
Bonamy timed *10.53 in the 100m and *21.4 in the 200m, Garban timed 52.29 in the 400m and 1:59 in the 800m, Zamora timed 49.6 in the 400m, McKnight timed 22.9 in the 200m, Milks timed 10.67 in the 100m and 21.7 in the 200m.

Zias
After Kristine-May Olivas (Jr., Salinas, Calif./Hartnell CC) transferred to Eastern, the Zias added a talented group of freshman, which include: Clarissa Salazar (Fr., Tucson, Ariz./Tucson High Magnet School), Laura Grube (Fr., Eugene, Ore./Crow HS), Adrienne Trujillo, Angelique Williams (Fr., Portland, Ore./Union HS), Marlena Lopez (Fr., Carlsbad, N.M./Carlsbad HS), Jenae Wolfram (Fr., Los Lunas, N.M./Valencia HS), Evyn Gallegos (Fr., Hobbs, N.M./Hobbs HS), Shatia Phillips (Fr., Clovis, N.M./Clovis HS) and Candace Eckels (Fr., San Diego, Calif./Westminster HS).
Field Athletes:
Salazar threw the shot put 38’-2”, Grube tossed the javelin *132’-4”, Trujillo tossed the shot put 40’-1”, Williams threw the javelin *131’-11”, Lopez threw the javelin 120’-8”, Wolfram tossed the shot put 36’-7”, Gallegos threw the shot put 39’5”, Eckels cleared 5’-4” in the high jump, 36’-3” in the triple jump and 16’-8.5” in the long jump
                                                                                     
Track Athletes:                                                                                                   
Olivas timed 12.63 in the 100m, Phillips timed 12.14 in the 100m
                                                                                            
*Would be a NCAA Qualifier




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