Thursday, October 11, 2012

LSC Roundup 10-11

LSC Rankings - Joey Richards, Abilene Reporter News
WT, ACU meet one last time as conference rivals on football field - Joey Richards, Abilene Reporter News
Coaches, former players talk about ACU-WT rivalry  - Joey Richards, Abilene Reporter News
ACU-WT rivalry since 2005 - Joey Richards, Abilene Reporter News
A 275-lb. little guy -  J. Scott Russell, Times Record News
Pierce Holt back in the game - Paul Harris, San Angelo Standard Times
Texans out to right ship at A&M-Commerce - Brad Keith, Stephenville Empire Tribune
Rams to Face No. 13 Midwestern State - ASU Football
Javelinas Holding Community Appreciation Night Saturday - TAMK Football
No. 20 Buffaloes Return Home to Host Abilene Christian for Homecoming 2012 - WTAM Football

WTAM basketball teams plan Midnight Madness - Lance Lahnert, Amarillo Globe News
Midnight Madness Set for October 14 - WTAM Basketball

ACU's Hach, Mongin hope third time is the charm at national tennis tourney - Joey Richards, Abilene Reporter News
USTA/ITA Small College Championships Get Underway Thursday - ACU Tennis

Lone Star Conference action persists on the women’s side, while the men have non-conference games scheduled.  West Texas A&M and Incarnate Word are tied atop the women’s standing with identical 6-3 records for 18 points.  The Cardinals have won four straight matches.  On the men’s side, UIW extended its winning streak to nine games after a pair of victories last week.

LSC men’s soccer teams are 32-8-5 overall this season.  The squads are currently 5-3-1 combined versus Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference teams, and 9-2-1 against the Heartland Conference, which are the other conferences in the NCAA South Central Region.

The women’s teams are 41-52-8 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.

Carlos Viveros, Eastern New Mexico University, SO, Midfielder, Houston, Texas, Morton Ranch HS

Viveros set team highs, with eight shots and four shots on goal last week. He scored in both games, drawing a penalty kick to seal a 2-0 road win over 18th-ranked Fort Hays State. That contest marked the first road win over a nationally-ranked team, in program history. On Monday, Viveros tallied his sixth goal of the season, in a win over Texas-Permian Basin.

Fredrik Widfeldt, Eastern New Mexico University, FR, Yterby, Sweden, Katrinelundsgymnasiet

Widfeldt registered a perfect goals-against average last week and posted wins against 18th-ranked Fort Hays State and Texas-Permian Basin. The game at FHSU, marked his third shutout of the season, moving Widfeldt into a tie for third on the ENMU single-season list. Monday’s win over UTPB was his eighth of the season, moving him into second place on the single-season list.

Ashley Cottrell, Midwestern State University, FR, Forward, Arlington, Texas, Mansfield Summit HS

Cottrell needed just three shots to tally three goals to power Midwestern State to a split of Lone Star Conference matches last weekend at Eastern New Mexico and West Texas A&M. The freshman from Arlington buried an unassisted equalizer in the 76th minute to force overtime Friday afternoon at Eastern New Mexico. She then finished a pair of crosses from teammate Payton Fookes to tally two goals in a stunning 4-1 defeat of West Texas A&M Sunday in Canyon.

Heather Kowalik, University of the Incarnate Word, FR, Boerne, Texas, Champion HS

Kowalik was perfect on the week posting a pair of shutouts in wins over A&M-Commerce and Texas Woman’s. She had one save in a 1-0 win over the Lions. She had to make four saves in a 3-0 win over the Pioneers. She has three consecutive shutouts and has not allowed a goal in her last 312 minutes in goal.

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