Wednesday, October 10, 2012

LSC Roundup 10-10

W. Texas all set to face ACU - J. Scott Russell, Times Record News

Mustangs still at No. 3 in USTFCCCA South Central Rankings - MSU Cross Country

Third-Ranked Wildcats Place Fourth At Ryan Palmer Foundation Invitational - ACU M Golf


Javelinas Outlast Broncs For Win Over Division I Opponent - TAMK Volleyball
Bolton Puts Up Offensive Show, Zias Take down Cowgirls 3-0 - ENMU Volleyball
Win Streak Ends With Five-Set Loss To Dallas Baptist - ACU Volleyball

Lone Star Conference teams have non-conference games on Tuesday, followed by a full slate of the league action on Friday and Saturday.  Angelo State and West Texas A&M top the conference standings with just one loss each.
LSC volleyball teams are 109-90 overall this season.  The squads are currently 10-17 combined versus Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference teams, and 10-10 against the Heartland Conference, which are the other conferences in the NCAA South Central Region.

Halie Harton, West Texas A&M University, JR, Roswell, N.M., Goddard HS

Harton continued to lead the injury riddled Lady Buff offense this past weekend as WT went 2-0 on the road against Incarnate Word and Texas A&M-Kingsville. The Roswell native registered 27 kills for an average of 4.50 per set to hit an impressive .359 on the weekend while also tallying 13 digs for an average of 2.17 per set with four block assists.  Harton put down 13 kills vs. UIW and added 14 against TAMUK.

Maddie Huth, Angelo State University, JR, The Colony, Texas, The Colony HS
Huth had a dominant week for the Angelo State Belles, hitting a combined .394 in wins over Tarleton State, Texas Woman’s and Texas A&M-Commerce. Huth led ASU with 36 kills (3.27 per set) and finished the week by hitting .500 against TWU and the Lions. Huth’s top performance came on Friday night with a 15-kill effort against TWU where she also added six digs and four blocks. Along with her impressive attacking totals, the junior also finished the week with 11 blocks and 13 digs.

Shelby Wilt, Angelo State University, SO, Dalhart, Texas, Dalhart HS

Wilt continues to be a pain for opposing team’s offenses with her tremendous play on the defensive side of each volleyball match. Wilt helped lead the Belles to three wins last week by having 5.50 digs per set and leading ASU with 66 digs during the matches. Wilt’s defense helped limit opponents to a .141 hitting percentage in the matches and has the Belles on a three-match winning streak going into road matches at Midwestern State and Cameron this week.

Erin Dougherty, West Texas A&M University, SR, Omaha, Neb., Mercy
Dougherty continued to impress on the front row for the #7 Lady Buffs this past weekend with 14 total blocks as they went 2-0 on the road against Incarnate Word and Texas A&M-Kingsville. The Omaha native registered 21 kills for an average of 3.50 per set to hit an incredible .471 on the weekend with two solo and 12 block assists (2.33 per set).

Sarah Siemens, Abilene Christian University, FR, Bakersfield, Calif., Stockdale HS

Siemens set a pair of Lone Star Conference season highs over the weekend as her Wildcats went 3-0 last weekend at the ACU/Whitten Inn Classic over Midwestern State, Cameron and Texas-Permian Basin. Siemens, who finished the tournament with 132 assists and a 13.20 per set average, first recorded a conference season-high for a three-set match with 44 assists against the Mustangs, and then the following morning vs. Cameron established a conference season-high for a four-set match with 53 assists vs. the Aggies. Siemens’ total of 53 assists was her second-highest of the season, second only to a 56 assist performance in a 3-2 win at Eastern New Mexico. Siemens’ efforts as a setter have her ranked fourth in the conference with 9.85 assists per game. On defense, she also was a bully at the net in coming through with nine of the team’s 20.0 blocks - five solo and four assist. Her 4.0 blocks vs. MSU and Cameron tied a season best.

Alex Woolsey, Angelo State University, SR, Plano, Texas, Plano East HS
Woolsey continues to put her teammates in the best positions to win points and her team to win matches. The senior was vital in three conference wins last week and finished with 137 assists (11.42 per set). Woolsey had 48 assists in a four-set win over Texas Woman’s following a 50-assists performance in a tough five-set win at Tarleton State on Tuesday. She now has 748 assists this season and 4,439 in her career at ASU.

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