Wednesday, September 26, 2012

LSC Roundup 9-26

Wildcats head to Mississippi trying to turn their season going in the right direction - ACU Football

#5 Lady Buffs Sweep Midwestern State in LSC Action - WTAM Volleyball

Men’s Soccer 11th in Latest NSCAA/Continental Tire National Poll; Second in South Central Region - WTAM M Soccer

Mustangs staying positive despite rough start - MSU W Soccer

LSC Volleyball Weekly Release: ASU at WT in battle of unbeatens - LSC Office

Lone Star Conference play rolls on this week, including a match between the last two unbeaten teams as Angelo State plays at West Texas A&M on Saturday.  The victor gets the early edge in the conference race.
LSC volleyball teams are 78-59 overall this season.  The squads are currently 10-16 combined versus Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference teams, and 8-7 against the Heartland Conference, which are the other conferences in the NCAA South Central Region.

Shelbi Goode, Angelo State University, JR, Georgetown, Texas, Georgetown HS

Goode continued her strong start to the season last week to help the No. 11 Belles sweep their three matches. Goode, who leads the conference in kills and kills per set, finished last week with 42 kills and 5.25 kills per set. The transfer from Alabama hit for a .378 percentage and now has 166 kills on the season. Goode led the Belles with 17 kills in their 3-0 sweep of Tarleton State last Tuesday before adding 11 more versus McMurry, and another 14 at Abilene Christian on Saturday. Goode also had nine digs in the win over the Wildcats.

Chetina Chavis, University of the Incarnate Word, SR, Houston, Texas, Bush HS
Chavis led Incarnate Word to a perfect 2-0 week in conference play. She was the only player on the team to reach double digit kills in each match. She led the team with 14 kills and a .423 attack in a four-set win at Midwestern State. She came back with 10 kills, a .333 attack and three blocks in a three-set win at Cameron. She averaged 3.4 kills per set with a .383 attack for the week.

Morgan Wilson, Texas Woman’s University, SO, White Oak, Texas, White Oak HS

Wilson helped the Pioneers to 2-1 record last week including sweeps at Texas A&M-Commerce and over Eastern New Mexico. She was the leader on defense with a team-best 56 digs including a game-high 20 against ENMU and a game-high 28 against No. 6 West Texas A&M. On the season she has 183 digs and currently ranked 8th in the Lone Star Conference.

Casey Fletcher, Midwestern State University, SO, Eddy, Texas, Moody HS
Fletcher enjoyed two her best performances of the season while helping Midwestern to a weekend split with conference foes Incarnate Word and Texas A&M-Kingsville. The sophomore from Eddy averaged 5.33 digs per set while posting back-to-back 20-dig efforts for the first time this season. Fletcher totaled 23 digs Friday against Incarnate Word before notching 25 digs in Saturday’s 3-2 win over Texas A&M-Kingsville.

Lacy Hayes, West Texas A&M University, SR, Cypress, Texas, Cy-Fair HS

Hayes dished out 82 assists for an average of 11.7 per set to go along with 30 digs and five kills this past weekend as the No. 6 Lady Buffs remained perfect in LSC play with road wins at Texas A&M-Commerce and Texas Woman’s. Hayes registered a double-double in both matches to improve her total to seven on the season. Her 82 assists this past weekend moves her to 10th all-time in school history with 1,964 career assists in just her second season at WT.

Danielle Suarez, University of the Incarnate Word, JR, San Antonio, Texas, Antonian Prep HS
Suarez directed a strong Incarnate Word attack that picked up a pair of road victories in conference play last week. She had her best match of the season in a four-set win at Midwestern State when she dished out 26 assists and led the team with 20 digs. She came back with 17 assists, six digs and three aces in a sweep of Cameron. She averaged 6.1 assists per set despite playing in a 6-2 formation.

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