Thursday, September 13, 2012

LSC Roundup 9-13

Lone Star Spectacle - Brad Hilliard, Dave Campbell's Texas Football

Lone Star Conference rankings - Joey Richards, Abilene Reporter News
Rams aim to take big stage in stride - Paul Harris, San Angelo Standard Times
Mustangs return to Arlington - J. Scott Russell, Times Record News
MSU junior overcomes knee injury to make contribution at new position- J. Scott Russell, Times Record News
Lone Star Football festival kicks off tonight at Cowboys Stadium - Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Former Calallen star continues breaking West Texas A&M Records - Tyler Garrett, KRISTV
ACU Alumni Association set to host pre-game party at Cowboys Stadium - ACU Football
Rams Face No. 18 Valdosta State in Lone Star Football Festival - ASU Football
No. 16 Mustangs take on A&M-Commerce at Cowboys Stadium - MSU Football

LSC Soccer Weekly Release: Four earn weekly awards
Lone Star Conference soccer season is in full swing.  On the women’s side, non-conference play has wrapped up and league games dominate the remainder of the schedule.  West Texas A&M picked up an early LSC win to top the standings.  The men’s conference slate starts this week with WT at Incarnate Word.  Midwestern State and WT are both unbeaten this season.
LSC men’s soccer teams are 13-3-1 overall this season.  The squads are currently 4-3-1 combined versus Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference teams, and 7-0 against the Heartland Conference, which are the other conferences in the NCAA South Central Region.
The women’s teams are 9-20-2 overall this season.  The squads are currently 2-9-1 combined versus Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference teams, and 2-4 against the Heartland Conference, which are the other conferences in the NCAA South Central Region.

Dominic Furness, West Texas A&M University, SR, Midfield, Middlesbrough, England, St. David’s

Scored two goals including the go-ahead goal in a 4-2 upset win at then-No. 11 Colorado Mines last Friday along with the equalizing assist early in the match. Then had his second assist on the equalizing goal at Regis on Sunday forcing a 2-2 tie. Had a team-high eight shots (.250) with five on goal (.625). Leads team with nine goals on the year, two assists and 20 points. Ranks eighth all-time in career goals with 23 and ninth all-time in points with 54.

Fernando Garza, Midwestern State University, SR, Garland, Texas, North Garland HS

Garza’s solid play at left back keyed a pair of solid defensive efforts in 5th-ranked Midwestern State’s victories over Newman (Kan.) and Colorado State-Pueblo last weekend. The senior from Garland helped organize a defense that allowed just five shots on frame in nearly 200 minutes of field play to produce a pair of positive results. The Mustangs rank 13th in team goals against average (0.31), 16th in shutout percentage (0.67) and 23rd in save percentage (0.857) in the latest NCAA Division II national statistical rankings.

Leslie Briggs, West Texas A&M University, SR, Forward, Carrollton, Texas, Dallas Parish Episcopal

Led the team with four goals and three assists in three games last week and a 2-1 record. Had two goals versus Texas-Permian Basin and an assist, while tallying the lone goal for the Lady Buffs versus then-No. 11 Dallas Baptist. She came back with a goal and two assists against Eastern New Mexico in WT’s conference opening 3-0 win Tuesday. In just over a year for the Lady Buffs, Briggs has 19 career goals with seven assists and 45 points ranking her tied for eighth all-time in goals and 11th all-time in points.

Yvette Bedoy, West Texas A&M University, JR, Garland, Texas, South Garland HS

Between the posts, led the Lady Buffs to their first shutout win of the season. She didn’t have to stop a shot in the match as the WT defense held ENMU to just two shots - one high and one wide. It was Bedoy’s third career shutout.

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