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ong known as a leader in intercollegiate athletics, the Lone Star Conference (LSC) is an innovative athletics conference which aims to provide a superior competitive experience for member institutions and to allow for comprehensive development of student-athletes through academic services and life skills programming. The LSC continues to build upon its proud history while intending to be recognized as the premier NCAA Division II conference in the nation. The league’s mission is to foster student participation and success among member institutions in Division II intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of each institution’s total educational program. The LSC strives for academic excellence, stresses involvement within the community, and prides itself in upholding traditions while continually seeking new opportunities to provide student-athletes with a unique and superior experience. The LSC - founded on April 25, 1931 - has developed from a five-team conference of Texas-based schools to an 11-member league that spans three states (Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico). The conference membership recently changed with the departure of five Oklahoma schools following the 2010-11 academic year. The league continues to assist its member institutions in the maintenance of intercollegiate athletic programs that are compatible with the highest standards of education and competitive sports. Throughout the league’s 80-year history, various institutions have competed under the LSC banner. Today, only Texas A&M University-Commerce (then East Texas State) remains from the original group that was formed in 1931 when North Texas State, Southwest Texas State, Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin withdrew from the old Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association. The membership alignment has changed over the years, with current members having been added in each of the past six decades. Texas A&M-Kingsville (formerly Texas A&I) joined in 1954, followed by Angelo State in 1968 and Abilene Christian in 1973. Conference membership remained within the Texas borders until 1984 when Eastern New Mexico was admitted. Since then, the LSC has grown to include members from Arkansas and Oklahoma. Cameron (1988, 1996) was added near the outset of an expansion phase, while Texas Woman’s (1989) and previous members West Texas A&M (1986, 1993) and Tarleton State (1968, 1994) joined the league soon after. Midwestern State was admitted early in 1995, while the University of the Incarnate Word became the newest member in 2010. Past members of the LSC include Trinity, Houston, Lamar, Howard Payne, Sul Ross State, McMurry, Harding, Ouachita Baptist, Central Oklahoma, East Central (Okla.), Northeastern State (Okla.), Southeastern Oklahoma and Southwestern Oklahoma. With a more streamlined membership in place, the LSC will do away with divisional formats during the 2011-12 athletic seasons. Dating back to the 1997-98 academic year, the league was formed into two divisions - North and South - in football, volleyball, basketball, baseball and softball. Volleyball and baseball returned to playing without divisions in 2007-08, with football, basketball and softball set to go back to a oneconference model this year. While the LSC has maintained a long-standing tradition of competitive athletic programs for its members, many teams and individuals have gone on to distinguish themselves on the national stage. Entering 2011-12, LSC member institutions have collected 74 NCAA national championships since the league joined the Division II membership in 1982. Abilene Christian supplied the most recent additions to that total, capturing both the men’s indoor and outdoor track and field championships this past year. The LSC conducts conference championships in 16 sports (eight men and eight women). Men’s championships include football, soccer, cross country, basketball, baseball, track and field, tennis and golf. Women’s titles are determined in volleyball, soccer, cross country, basketball, softball, track and field, tennis and golf. The conference office is located in Richardson, Texas, a northern suburb of Dallas. Stan Wagnon serves as Commissioner, with assistance from Jay Poerner (Compliance), Melanie Robotham (Media Relations) and Travis Whipple (Marketing and Broadcasting).

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Table of Contents The Basics.................................................... 1-2 LSC SID Contacts.................. Inside Front Cover About the LSC................................................. 1 LSC Key Media Outlets.................................... 2 Football...................................................... 4-21 Season Outlook and Schedule........................ 4 Lone Star Football Festival.............................. 5 LSC Teams.................................................. 6-10 2010 LSC Standings....................................... 10 LSC Postseason Results................................. 11 2010 LSC Statistical Leaders.................... 12-13 2010 LSC Awards..................................... 14-15 LSC Records............................................. 16-18 LSC Standings since 1947........................ 19-21 Volleyball................................................. 22-31 Season Outlook............................................ 22 Composite Schedule................................ 22-23 LSC Teams................................................ 24-26 2010 LSC Postseason Results........................ 27 2010 LSC Standings, Stats Leaders........... 28-29 LSC Records.................................................. 29 2010 LSC Awards.......................................... 30 LSC Standings................................................ 31 Women’s Soccer....................................... 33-40 Season Outlook............................................ 33 Composite Schedule..................................... 33 LSC Teams................................................ 34-35 2010 LSC Standings, Awards......................... 36 LSC All-time Standings, Postseason Results.. 37 LSC Records.................................................. 38 2010 LSC Statistical Leaders.................... 38-39 2010 LSC Awards.......................................... 40 Men’s Soccer............................................ 42-43 Season Outlook............................................ 42 Composite Schedule..................................... 42 2010 LSC Awards.......................................... 43 LSC Records, All-time Standings................... 43 Cross Country................................................ 45 Season Outlook............................................ 45 LSC Championships Results.......................... 45


LSC Key Media Outlets Oklahoma Newspapers Associated Press OKC - (apoklahoma@ap.org); 525 Central Park Dr, Suite 202, Ok City, OK 73105; Ph: 800-522-3522/F: 405-524-7465 Oklahoman - Mike Sherman, Sports Editor (msherman@opubco.com); Scott Munn (smunn@opubco.com) and Darla Smith (dsmith@opubco.com), Asst. Sports Editors; PO Box 25125, OKC, OK 73125; Ph: 800-375-6397/405-475-3314/ F: 405-475-3315 Lawton Constitution - Steve Sinderson, Beat Writer (sports@sirinet.net) 102 West 3rd St., Lawton, OK 73505; Ph: 580-585-5125

Texas Television Stations KTEN-TV (NBC) - Scott Garner, Sports Director (sgarner@kten.com) 101 E. Main, Denison, TX 75021; Ph: 800-375-5836/ F: 903-214-9555 KXII-TV (CBS) - David Reed, Sports Director (david.reed@kxii.com) 4201 Texoma Parkway, Sherman, TX 75090; Ph: 903-891-1230/ F: 903-892-4623 KAUZ-TV (CBS) - Chris Horgen, Asst. News Dir. (chorgen@kauz.com) PO Box 2130, Wichita Falls, TX 76307; Ph: 940-322-1146/ F: 940-761-2354 KFDX-TV (NBC)/KJTL-TV (FOX) - Tobin McDuff, Sports Director (tobin@kfdx.com) PO Box 4000, Wichita Falls, TX 76307; Ph: 940-692-6273/ F: 940-692-1441 KTAB-TV (CBS) - David Robinett, Sports Director (drobin@ktab.tv) PO Box 5309, Abilene, TX 79608; Ph: 325-695-2777/ F: 325-691-5822 KTXS-TV (ABC) - Brian Keating, Sports Director (keating@ktxs.com) PO Box 2997, Abilene, TX 79604; Ph: 325-677-2281/ F: 325-672-5307 KRBC-TV (NBC) - Cayden McFarland, Sports Director (cmcfarland@krbc.tv) PO Box 178, Abilene, TX 79604; Ph: 325-692-7372/ F: 325-695-0321 KLST-TV (CBS) - Justin Woodard, Sports Director (jwoodard@klst.net) 2800 Armstrong, San Angelo, TX 76902; Ph: 325-949-8800/ F: 325-655-1118 KSAN-TV (NBC) - Randy Ward, Sports Director (rward@ksan.tv) 2800 Armstrong, San Angelo, TX 76902; Ph: 325-949-8800/ F: 325-655-1118 KVII-TV (ABC) - Lee Baker/Kale Steed (lbaker@kvii.com); One Broadcast Center, Amarillo, TX 79101; Ph: 806-373-1787, x4/ F: 806-373-6397 KFDA-TV (CBS) - Jacob Alracht/ Ryan Cody (jalbracth@newschannel10.com) PO Box 10, Amarillo, TX 79105; Ph: 806-383-1010/6397/ F: 806-381-9859 KAMR-TV (NBC)/KCIT TV (Fox) - Chase Doughton (sports@kamr.com) PO Box 751, Amarillo, TX 79189; Ph: 806-349-9087/ F: 806-381-0912 KIII (ABC) - Dan McReynolds and Chris Thomasson (sports@kiiitv.com) 5002 South Padre Island Drive, Corpus Christi, Texas 78411; Ph: 361-986-8300 KRIS (NBC) - Tyler Garrett (tgarrett@kristv.com) 409 S. Staples, Corpus Christi, TX 78401; Ph: 361-886-6172 KZTV (ABC) - Roland Rodriguez (roland.rodriguez@kztv10.com) 301 Artesian St., Corpus Christi, TX, 78401; Ph: 361-883-7070, ext 148 KWEX-TV (Univision, Spanish language) - Alejandro Hernandez (lcarrera@ univision.net) KABB (FOX) - Chuck Miketinac (cmiketinac@foxsanantonio.com) KSAT (ABC) - Greg Simmons (gsimmons@ksat.com) KENS (CBS) - Joe Reinagel (jreinagle@kens5.com); David Flores (dflores@kens5.com) WOAI (NBC) - David Chancellor (davidchancellor@woaitv.com)

Texas Newspapers Associated Press DFW (aptexas@ap.org); Ph: 800-442-7189/ F: 972-991-7207; 4851 LBJ Freeway, Ste 300, Dallas, TX 75244 Abilene Reporter-News - Greg Jaklewicz, Beat Writer (jaklewiczg@reporternews. com); PO Box 30, Abilene, TX 79604; Ph: 325-676-6770/ F: 325-670-5242 Amarillo Globe News - Lance Lahnert (lance.lahnert@amarillo.com); Dave Henry, Beat writer (david.henry@amarillo.com); PO Box 2091, Amarillo, TX 79606; Ph: 806-345-3312/ F: 806-373-0810 Canyon News - James Barrington (reporter@canyonnews.com) PO Box 779, Canyon, TX 79015; Ph: 806-655-7121/ F: 806-655-0823 Commerce Journal - Jay Strickland, Editor (jstrickland@commercejournal.com) PO Box 1291, Commerce, TX 75429; Ph: 903-886-3196/ F: 903-886-3198 Corpus Christi Caller-Times - George Vondracek, Sports Editor (vondracekg@ caller.com); 820 N. Lower Broadway, Corpus Christi, TX 78401; Ph: 361-886-3745 Dallas Morning News - Keith Campbell, Beat Writer (kcampbell@dallasnews. com); PO Box 655237, Dallas, TX 75265; Ph: 214-977-8444/ F: 214-651-0580 Denton Record-Chronicle - Todd Jorgenson, Sports Editor (tjorgenson@ dentonrc.com); PO Box 369, Denton, TX 76202; Ph: 940-566-6871/ F: 940-566-6888 Express-News - Blake Hurtik, Beat Writer (bhurtik@express-news.net) 301 Avenue E, San Antonio, TX 78205; Ph: 210-250-3230 Fort Worth Star-Telegram - TBD, Beat Writer (jfhenry1970@gmail.com) 400 West 7th St., Ft Worth, TX 76102; Ph: 817-390-7401/ F: 817-390-7210 Greenville Herald Banner - David Claybourn (ghbsports@hotmail.com, dclaybourn@heraldbanner.com); PO Box 6000, Greenville, TX 75401; Ph: 903-455-4220/ F: 903-455-6281 Kingsville Record - 105 S. 5th, Kingsville, TX 78363; Ph: 361-592-4304 Lubbock Avalanche-Journal - Don Williams (dwilliams@lubbockonline.com) Ph: 800-692-4021 or 806-766-8734/ F: 806-766-2180 Paris News - Van Hilburn, Sports Editor (sports@theparisnews.com) PO Box 1078, Paris, TX 75461; Ph: 903-785-8744/ F: 903-785-1263 San Angelo Standard-Times - Nathan Wright, Sports Editor (nwright@ gosanangelo.com); 34 West Harris St., San Angelo, TX 76903; Ph: 325-653-1221/ F: 325-659-8173 Sherman Herald-Democrat - Todd Hutchison, Sports Editor (todd@heralddemocrat.com); PO Box 1128, Sherman, TX; Ph: 800-827-7183/ F: 903-868-2106 Stephenville Empire Tribune- Brad Keith, Sports Editor (brad.keith@ empiretribune.com); 110 S. Loop, Stephenville, TX 76401; Ph: 254-965-3124/ F: 254-965-4269 Sulphur Springs News Telegram - Don Wallace, Sports Editor (sportsed@ssecho. com) Wichita Falls Times Record News - Nick Gholson, Sports Editor (sports@ timesrecordnews.com); J. Scott Russell, Beat Writer (jscott79@usa.net); PO Box 120, Wichita Falls, TX 76307; Ph: 800-627-1646/ F: 940-767-1741

Oklahoma Radio Stations Sports Animal Tulsa Radio - Kevin Ward, Sports Director (dward@ sportsanimaltulsa.com); 4045 NW 64th, Suite 600, OKC, OK 73116; Ph: 918-4605925 KXCA Radio - Cliff Heckert, Sports Director (thesportszone1380@yahoo.com) 1525 SE Flower Mound Road, Lawton, OK 73501; Ph: 580-355-1050/ F: 580-3551056 Texas Radio Stations KWFB Bob FM Radio - 719 Scott Street, Suite 1009, Wichita Falls, TX 76301; Ph: 940-322-1009/F: 940-322-1008 KIXY/KKSA Radio - Jeremy Bryant, Sports Director (sportsguy2377@yahoo.com) PO Box 1291, San Angelo, TX 76902; Ph: 325-949-2112/ F: 325-944-0851 KCUB Radio - 471 Harbin, Suite 102, Stephenville, TX 76401; Ph/F: 254-9685282/6258 KSTV Radio - David Davis, Sports Director (ddavis@kstvfm.com) Box 289, Stephenville, TX 76401; Ph: 254-968-5788/ F: 254-968-6221 KETR Radio - Scott Harvey, News Director (scott@ketr.org); Jerrod Knight, Station Manager (Jerrod@ketr.org); PO Box 4504, Commerce, TX 75429; Ph: 903886-5840/ F: 903-886-5850 KGNC Radio - Adam Cox, Sports Director (adam.cox@kgnc.com) PO Box 710, Amarillo, TX 79189; Ph: 806-351-8560/ F: 806-354-9450 KSIX Radio - Scott Howe (scott@espn1230ksix.com) 710 Buffalo St. Suite #608, Corpus Christi, TX 78401; Ph: 361-882-5749 KOPY Radio - Bobby Pena (bobbypena@sc2000.net) 2722 N Us Highway 281, Alice, TX, 78332; Ph: 361-664-1884 KTAI Radio -Kirk Notarianni (kirk.notarriani@tamuk.edu) 700 University Blvd., MSC 178, Kingsville, TX 78363; Ph: 361-593-2386 KKYX Radio - Doug Bennett (doug.bennett@coxradio.com) 8122 Datapoint Drive Suite 600, San Antonio, TX 78229; Ph: (210) 615-5431 KWTS-FM Radio - kwts@wtamu.edu; PO Box 60754, Canyon, TX 79016; Ph: 806-651-2797

New Mexico Newspapers Albuquerque Journal - Bob Larkin, Beat Writer (blarkin@abqjournal.com); Ph: 800-990-5765/F: 505-823-3998 Clovis News-Journal/Portales News - Dave Wagner, Beat Writer (dave_wagner@ link.freedom.com); Ph: 505-763-3431, ext. 312/F: 505-742-1349 Oklahoma Television Stations KFOR-TV (NBC) - Bob Barry Jr., Sports Director (bob.barryjr@kfor.com) PO Box 14068, Oklahoma City, OK 73113; Ph: 405-478-6366 KOCO-TV (ABC) - Daniel Holdge (dholdge@hearst.com) PO Box 14555, Oklahoma City, OK 73113; Ph: 405-478-6681 KWTV-TV (CBS) - Dean Blevins, Sports Director (dean.blevins@news9.net); Chad McKee (chad.mckee@news9net); PO Box 14159, Oklahoma City, OK 73113; Ph: 405-841-9954 KSWO-TV (ABC) - Kyle Weatherly, Sports Director (7sports@kswo.com) P.O. Box 708, Lawton, OK 73502; Ph: 580-355-6397 KOKH-TV (Fox) - Curtis Fitzpatrick (cfitzpatrick@okcfox.com)

New Mexico Radio Stations KSEL Radio - Dr. Don Elder, Broadcaster (donald.elder@enmu.edu); Ph: 505-3591759/F: 505-359-0724

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LSC Football Season Outlook and Preseason Poll/Awards ACU’s Gale, Whiteside claim preseason honors A pair of Lone Star Conference football standouts from Abilene Christian earned LSC Preseason Player of the Year recognition for the 2011 season league officials announced in late July. ACU quarterback Mitchell Gale was named LSC Offensive Player of the Year, while the Wildcats defensive end Aston Whiteside claimed the Defensive Player of the Year award. The league’s preseason awards were selected by a vote of LSC head coaches and sports information directors, plus various media representatives from throughout the region. Gale, a 6-2, 220-pound junior from Alva, Okla., recorded the third-best passing efficiency (167.33) in the nation, while tossing 38 TD passes in 2010. He threw for the second-highest single-season total in ACU history with 3,595 yards to earn LSC South Division Offensive Back of the Year honors. With 20 votes, Gale was the clear choice ahead of Eastern New Mexico’s Wesley Wood (two) and Midwestern State’s Amini Silatolu (one). Whiteside, a 6-2, 260-pound senior from Vernon, Texas, was picked as the top defensive returnee for the second straight year. As a junior, he was named the LSC South Division Defensive Lineman of the Year for the second straight season after recording 28 tackles including seven sacks, two forced fumbles and three blocked kicks. Whiteside picked up the honor with 16 votes to finish in front of Texas A&M-Kingsville’s Johnny Tivao (three) and his Javelina teammate Marcus Sanders (two), with two others receiving one vote.

bilene Christian has been picked to repeat as Lone Star Conference football champions, according to the 2011 LSC preseason poll announced in late July. The league’s preseason poll reflects the opinions of LSC head coaches and sports information directors, plus various media representatives from throughout the region. The 2011 football season kicks off September 1, and the LSC has nine teams set to compete. Each team will play a total of eight conference games. ACU, who posted a perfect 10-0 conference mark and 6-0 divisional record to claim both the league and South Division titles in 2010, claimed first-place votes on 17 of the 23 ballots to finish with 201 total points. Texas A&M-Kingsville finished second with 177 points and five first-place nods, while West Texas A&M was third with 162 points. Midwestern State was fourth with 135 points, followed by Tarleton State fifth (104), Angelo State sixth (84), Eastern New Mexico seventh (70 with one first-place vote), Texas A&MCommerce eighth (56) and Incarnate Word ninth (46). The LSC continued its customary participation in the postseason with three teams – ACU, Kingsville and WT - selected to play in the NCAA Division II playoffs last season.

2011 Composite Schedule Thursday, September 01, 2011 CSU-Pueblo at West Texas A&M, 6 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Tarleton State, 7 p.m. Friday, September 02, 2011 Texas A&M-Kingsville at Central Washington, 2 p.m.

Saturday, September 24, 2011 *Tarleton State at Eastern New Mexico, 3 p.m. *Angelo State at Abilene Christian, 6 p.m. *Incarnate Word at West Texas A&M, 6 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at Midwestern State, 7 p.m.

Saturday, September 03, 2011 Texas A&M-Commerce at Upper Iowa, 1 p.m. Angelo State at Western State, 2 p.m. East Central at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. New Mexico Highlands at Eastern New Mexico, 8 p.m.

Saturday, October 01, 2011 Western Oregon at Abilene Christian, 2 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Angelo State, 6 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *Midwestern State at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Tarleton State, 7 p.m.

Saturday, September 10, 2011 Angelo State at Chadron State, 1 p.m. Midwestern State at Missouri S&T, 6:30 p.m. Minot State at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. Tarleton State at West Alabama, 7 p.m.

Saturday, October 08, 2011 *Abilene Christian at Eastern New Mexico, 3 p.m. *Angelo State at West Texas A&M, 6 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Texas A&M-Commerce, 6 p.m. Lindenwood at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *Tarleton State at Midwestern State, 7 p.m.

Saturday, September 17, 2011 *^Midwestern State vs Texas A&M-Commerce, 12 p.m. Central Oklahoma at Angelo State, 2 p.m. ^North Alabama vs Abilene Christian, 4 p.m. Tarleton State at Texas State, 6 p.m. Eastern New Mexico at Oklahoma Panhandle, 7 p.m. Incarnate Word at Lamar, 7 p.m. *^West Texas A&M vs Texas A&M-Kingsville, 8 p.m.

Saturday, October 15, 2011 Eastern New Mexico at Northwest Missouri, 1 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian, 2 p.m. *Midwestern State at Angelo State, 6 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at Tarleton State, 7 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m.

Thursday, September 22, 2011 Ouachita Baptist at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m.

Saturday, October 22, 2011 *Angelo State at Texas A&M-Commerce, 2 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at West Texas A&M, 6 p.m. *Tarleton State at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Midwestern State, 7 p.m.

Saturday, October 29, 2011 *Texas A&M-Commerce at Abilene Christian, 2 p.m. *Midwestern State at Eastern New Mexico, 3 p.m. Central Washington at West Texas A&M, 6 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at Angelo State, 6 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Tarleton State, 6 p.m. Saturday, November 05, 2011 *West Texas A&M at Midwestern State, 2 p.m. Millsaps at Tarleton State, 2 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Texas A&M-Commerce, 6 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *Angelo State at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. Saturday, November 12, 2011 *Texas A&M-Commerce at West Texas A&M, 1 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Abilene Christian, 1 p.m. *Tarleton State at Angelo State, 2 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at Eastern New Mexico, 2 p.m. Midwestern State at Northeastern State, 2 p.m. Saturday, November 19, 2011 NCAA Playoffs at First Round, TBD Saturday, November 26, 2011 NCAA Playoffs at Second Round, TBD Sunday, November 27, 2011 Kanza Bowl (LSC vs. MIAA), Topeka, Kan., 1 p.m. Saturday, December 03, 2011 NCAA Playoffs at Quarterfinals, TBD Saturday, December 10, 2011 NCAA Playoffs at Semifinals, TBD Saturday, December 17, 2011 NCAA Division II Championship game, Florence, Ala., TBA * denotes conference game; ^ at Cowboys Stadium

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one Star Conference teams will be playing football at the greatest stadium in the world this fall as LSC officials revealed plans to implement a Lone Star Football Festival at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. Teams from Abilene Christian, Midwestern State, Texas A&MCommerce, Texas A&M-Kingsville and West Texas A&M have been selected to represent the LSC in a tripleheader of games that will feature two conference contests and one marquee non-conference matchup. The single-day event is planned for Saturday, Sept. 17, meaning the festival will occur just months after Super Bowl XLV was played at the $1.2 billion Arlington facility in February.

Central Washington faces Western Oregon annually at Qwest Field in Seattle. Cowboys Stadium is the largest, most technologically advanced sports and entertainment venue in the world. Designed by HKS and built by Manhattan Construction, the $1.2 billion stadium features two monumental arches, the world’s largest HD quality video board, an expansive retractable roof and the largest retractable end zone doors in the world. Features of the stadium include seating for 80,000 and expandable to 100,000, 300 luxury suites, club seating on multiple levels and the Dallas Cowboys Pro Shop, open to the public year round. In addition to being the new home of the Dallas Cowboys and the annual AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic, the stadium will host the 2014 NCAA men’s basketball Final Four and already served as home to the 2011 Super Bowl XLV, 2010 NBA All-Star Game and 2009 and 2010 Big 12 Championship football games.

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Pairings for the conference games will be Midwestern State against Texas A&M-Commerce and West Texas A&M versus Texas A&M-Kingsville. The non-conference tilt will see LSC champion ACU tackling three-time NCAA Division II national champion North Alabama of the Gulf South Conference. UNA is coached by former Auburn head coach and TV analyst Terry Bowden. Game times are set for 12 p.m., 4 p.m. and 8 p.m., with MSUA&M-C first, followed by ACU-UNA and WTAMU-Kingsville. Fans can purchase tickets through Ticketmaster or by contacting their campus ticket office. Through Ticketmaster, fans can purchase online at Ticketmaster.com, by phone at 800-745-3000, and at numerous Ticketmaster retail outlets. A single ticket is good for all three games with general admission seating. Adult tickets are $25 and students $10, with children 1-year and older requiring a ticket. To be admitted with a student ticket, bearer must be between 1 and 18 years old or present valid college ID. The LSC, founded in 1931, has a proud history as one of the nation’s greatest small college football leagues. The conference made its mark in the NAIA, especially from 1969 to 1979 when four LSC schools combined to win 10 national titles in that 11-season span. The LSC became affiliated with the NCAA in 1982 and now is annually well-represented in the Division II playoffs, with more than a dozen former players currently on NFL rosters. Currently, there are two Division II games played annually at NFL stadiums. Northwest Missouri State and Pittsburg (Kan.) State meet each year at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, while

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LSC Football Teams Abilene Christian UNiversity

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Quick Facts Location... Abilene, Texas Enrollment... 5,000 Founded... 1906 President... Dr. Phil Schubert Athletic Director... Jared Mosley Athletic Dept. Phone... 325-674-2353 Nickname... Wildcats Colors... Purple and White Stadium... Shotwell Stadium (15,000/SafePlay) Press Box Phone... 325-671-4673

Quick Facts Location... San Angelo, Texas Enrollment... 6,856 Founded... 1928 President... Dr. Joseph C. Rallo Athletic Director... Kathleen Brasfield Athletic Dept. Phone... 325-942-2264 Nickname... Rams Colors... Blue and Gold Stadium... San Angelo Stadium (17,500/Safe Play Plus) Press Box Phone... 325-947-3893

About the Coach Head Coach... Chris Thomsen Years, Record at ACU... Six years, *43-18 Years, Overall Record... Six years, *43-18 Office Phone... 325-674-2353 * 10 wins from 2007 vacated because of NCAA violations

About the Coach Head Coach... Will Wagner Years, Record at ASU... First year Years, Overall Record... First year Office Phone... 325-942-2264

About the Team 2010 Records... 11-1 Overall 10-0 LSC (1st); 6-0 South (1st) Lettermen Returning/Lost... 44/24 Starters Returning/Lost... 13/16

About the Team 2010 Records... 5-5 Overall 5-5 LSC (T-6th); 1-5 South (6th) Lettermen Returning/Lost... 39/19 Starters Returning/Lost... 13/11

LSC History Conference Titles... 4 (1973, 1977, 2008, 2010) LSC Divisional Titles... 3 (South: 2002, 2008, 2010) Past Five Years... 2010 - 10-0 LSC (1st); 6-0 South (1st) 2009 - 6-3 LSC (T-4th); 3-3 South (5th) 2008 - 9-0 LSC (1st); 6-0 South (1st) 2007 - 8-1 LSC (2nd); 5-1 South (2nd) 2006 - 7-2 LSC (T-2nd); 4-2 South (T-3rd)

LSC History Conference Titles... 3 (1978, 1984, 1987) LSC Divisional Titles... 2 (South: 1999, 2000) Past FiveYears... 2010 - 5-5 LSC (T-6th); 1-5 South (6th) 2009 - 5-4 LSC (T-6th); 2-4 South (6th) 2008 - 3-6 LSC (9th); 1-5 South (6th) 2007 - 2-7 LSC (T-12th); 1-5 South (6th) 2006 - 2-7 LSC (T-10th); 2-4 South (5th)

All-LSC Returnees Mitchell Gale, QB, Jr. (1st Team, Off. Back of Year); Ben Gibbs, TE, Sr. (1st Team); Matt Webber, C, Sr. (1st Team); Aston Whiteside, DE, Sr. (1st Team, Def. Lineman of Year); Neal Tivis, OT, Sr. (2nd Team); Donald Moore, DT, Sr. (2nd Team); Darien Williams, S, Sr. (2nd Team); Daryl Richardson, RB, Sr. (HM); Daryl Cantu-Harkless, RB, So. (HM, Freshman of Year); Josh Perez, OG, So. (HM); Morgan Lineberry, PK, Jr. (HM); Spencer Covey, PK, So. (HM); LB Suggs, S, Jr. (HM); Richard Havins, S, Sr. (HM); Brent Schroeder, DS, So. (HM)

All-LSC Returnees George Shamblin, P, Sr. (1st Team) Dakari Pecikonis, WR, Jr. (2nd Team) Nate Bayless, TE, Sr. (2nd Team) Austin Sumrall, OG, Jr. (2nd Team) Conner Cook, OT, Sr. (HM) Austin Benson, ILB, Jr. (HM) Alvin Johnson, S, Jr. (HM) Avery Rigg, DS, Sr. (HM)

2010 Results

2011 Schedule

2010 Results

2011 Schedule

at Washburn.......................... W 34-26 #at Northeastern State.......... W 43-13 #EAST CENTRAL....................... W 47-7 *TARLETON STATE.................... W 65-3 *at Texas A&M-Kingsville . .....W 31-24 *MIDWESTERN STATE............ W 31-28 *at Incarnate Word............... W 54-17 #at Eastern New Mexico........ W 53-14 *ANGELO STATE..................... W 33-20 *at West Texas A&M.............. W 41-34 #SOUTHWESTERN OKLA........ W 47-17 !CENTRAL MISSOURI.............. L 41-55

S-1 *at Tarleton State............7 p.m. S-17 vs. North Alabama...........4 p.m. S-24 *Angelo State..................6 p.m. O-1 Western Oregon..............2 p.m. O-8 *at Eastern New Mexico..3 p.m. O-15 *West Texas A&M............2 p.m. O-22 *at Midwestern State......7 p.m. O-29 *Texas A&M-Commerce..2 p.m. N-5 *at Texas A&M-Kingsville.7 p.m. N-12 *Incarnate Word..............1 p.m.

#EASTERN NEW MEXICO....... W 41-38 #vs Texas A&M-Commerce.... W 31-10 *WEST TEXAS A&M................ L 27-37 *at Tarleton State................... L 34-37 *TEXAS A&M-KINGSVILLE....... L 21-28 *at Midwestern State............. L 21-35 *INCARNATE WORD.............. W 61-17 *at Abilene Christian.............. L 20-33 #at Southeastern Okla............W 40-33 #CENTRAL OKLAHOMA...........W 49-35

S-3 at Western State..............2 p.m. S-10 at Chadron State.............1 p.m. S-17 Central Oklahoma...........2 p.m. S-24 *at Abilene Christian.......6 p.m. O-1 *Eastern New Mexico......6 p.m. O-8 *at West Texas A&M........6 p.m. O-15 *Midwestern State..........6 p.m. O-22 *at Texas A&M-Commerce..2 p.m. O-29 *Texas A&M-Kingsville.....6 p.m. N-5 *at Incarnate Word..........7 p.m. N-12 *Tarleton State................2 p.m.

All times Central Time; # LSC Crossover Game for both teams; * LSC Division Game for both teams; ! NCAA Playoff

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LSC Football Teams EASTERN NEW MEXICO UNiversity

university OF THE INCARNATE WORD

Quick Facts Location... Portales, N.M. Enrollment... 5,080 Founded... 1934 President... Dr. Steven Gamble Athletic Director... Dr. Jeff Geiser Athletic Dept. Phone... 575-562-2153 Nickname... Greyhounds Colors... Green and Silver Stadium... Greyhound Stadium (6,100/Natural Grass) Press Box Phone... 575-562-2404

Quick Facts Location... San Antonio, Texas Enrollment... 7,706 Founded... 1881 President... Dr. Louis J. Agnese, Jr. Athletic Director... Mark Papich Athletic Dept. Phone...210-829-6053 Nickname... Cardinals Colors... Red, Black, White Stadium... Gayle and Tom Benson Stadium (3,000/Hellas Matrix) Press Box Phone... 210-930-8760

About the Coach Head Coach... Mark Ribaudo Years, Record at ENMU... Six years, 23-42 Years, Overall Record... Six years, 23-42 Office Phone... 575-562-2238

About the Coach Head Coach... Mike Santiago Years, Record at UIW... Two years, 8-13 Years, Overall Record... Eight years, 47-40 Office Phone... 210-805-3011

About the Team 2010 Records... 5-6 Overall  4-6 LSC (8th); 3-3 North (T-3rd) Lettermen Returning/Lost... 39/15 Starters Returning/Lost... 13/10

About the Team 2010 Records...3-8 Overall 3-7 LSC (T-9th); 0-6 South (7th) Lettermen Returning/Lost... 52/17 Starters Returning/Lost... 27/3

LSC History Conference Titles... 1 (1991) LSC Divisional Titles... 2 (South: 1999, 2000) Past Five Years... 2010 - 4-6 LSC (8th); 3-3 North (T-3rd) 2009 - 2-7 LSC (T-10th); 0-6 South (7th) 2008 - 1-8 LSC (T-11th); 0-6 South (7th) 2007 - 3-6 LSC (T-8th); 0-6 South (7th) 2006 - 2-7 LSC (T-10th); 1-5 South (6th)

LSC History Conference Titles... None LSC Divisional Titles... None Past Five Years... 2010 - 3-7 LSC (T-9th); 1-6 South (7th) All-LSC Returnees Trent Rios, RB, Jr. (HM) Donald Geis, FB, Sr. (HM) Andrew Mocio, TE, Jr. (HM) Ty Warnasch, OG, Jr. (HM) Dakota Mawyer, ILB, Jr. (HM)

All-LSC Returnees Wes Wood, QB, Jr. (1st Team, Co-Off. Back of Year) Darian Dale, WR, Sr. (1st Team) Adam Robinson, OT, Sr. (1st Team) Taylor Cannon, PK, Sr. (1st Team) Bracy McCoy, DT, Jr. (1st Team) Carl Bouldin, WR, Sr. (2nd Team) Curtis Jackson, S, Sr. (2nd Team) Taylor Cannon, P, Sr. (2nd Team) Chase Kyser, WR, Jr. (HM) Perrin Sellers, ILB, Sr. (HM) 2010 Results 2011 Schedule

2010 Results

2011 Schedule

SOUTHERN NAZARENE.......... W 59-21 #at Angelo State..................... L 38-41 #MIDWESTERN STATE ............. L 17-44 *TEXAS A&M-COMMERCE . ...W 44-21 *at Southwestern Okla............ L 10-21 *CENTRAL OKLAHOMA.......... W 49-31 *at East Central...................... L 19-22 #ABILENE CHRISTIAN.............. L 14-53 *SOUTHEASTERN OKLA......... W 55-20 *at Northeastern State........... L 40-43 #at Tarleton State.................. W 35-10

LANGSTON UNIVERSITY.......... L 20-28 #at Southeastern Okla............ L 19-38 #CENTRAL OKLAHOMA.......... W 42-41 *TEXAS A&M-KINGSVILLE......... L 9-37 *at Midwestern State............. L 31-38 #at East Central..................... W 27-13 *ABILENE CHRISTIAN.............. L 17-54 *at Angelo State..................... L 17-61 *WEST TEXAS A&M................ L 10-49 *at Tarleton State.................. L 27-41 #TEXAS A&M-COMMERCE.... W 17-16

S-3 East Central..................... 7 p.m. S-10 *Eastern New Mexico..... 7 p.m. S-17 at Lamar.......................... 7 p.m. S-24 *at West Texas A&M....... 6 p.m. O-1 *Midwestern State......... 7 p.m. O-8 *at Texas A&M-Commerce.. 6 p.m. O-15 *Texas A&M-Kingsville.... 7 p.m. O-29 *at Tarleton State........... 6 p.m. N-5 *Angelo State................. 7 p.m. N-12 *at Abilene Christian...... 1 p.m.

S-3 New Mexico Highlands... 8 p.m. S-10 *at Incarnate Word......... 7 p.m. S-17 at Oklahoma Panhandle.7 p.m. S-24 *Tarleton State............... 3 p.m. O-1 *at Angelo State............. 6 p.m. O-8 *Abilene Christian.......... 3 p.m. O-15 at Northwest Missouri... 1 p.m. O-22 *at West Texas A&M....... 6 p.m. O-29 *Midwestern State......... 3 p.m. N-5 *at Texas A&M-Commerce.. 6 p.m. N-12 *Texas A&M-Kingsville.... 2 p.m.

All times Central Time; # LSC Crossover Game for both teams; * LSC Division Game for both teams; ! NCAA Playoff

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LSC Football Teams midwestern state university

Tarleton State University

Quick Facts Location... Wichita Falls, Texas Enrollment... 6,400 Founded... 1922 President... Dr. Jesse W. Rogers Athletic Director... Charlie Carr Athletic Dept. Phone... 940-397-4779 Nickname... Mustangs Colors... Maroon and Gold Stadium... Memorial Stadium (14,362/AstroPlay) Press Box Phone... 940-720-3039

Quick Facts Location... Stephenville, Texas Enrollment... 9,450 Founded... 1899 President... Dr. F. Dominic Dottavio Athletic Director... Lonn Reisman Athletic Dept. Phone... 254-968-9178 Nickname... Texans Colors... Purple and White Stadium... Tarleton Memorial Stadium (7,000/Progreen Turf) Press Box Phone... 254-968-9173

About the Coach Head Coach... Bill Maskill Years, Record at MSU... Nine years, 69-31 Years, Overall Record... 11 years, 82-39 Office Phone... 940-613-0122

About the Coach Head Coach... Cary Fowler Years, Record at TSU... One year, 3-8 Years, Overall Record... One year, 3-8 Office Phone... 254-968-9518

About the Team 2010 Records... 8-4 Overall 7-3 LSC (4th); 3-3 South (4th) Lettermen Returning/Lost...38/35 Starters Returning/Lost... 9/14

About the Team 2010 Records... 3-8 Overall 3-7 LSC (T-9th); 2-4 South (5th) Lettermen Returning/Lost... 40/25 Starters Returning/Lost... 17/7

LSC History Conference Titles... 1 (2009) LSC Divisional Titles... 3 (North: 2001; South: 2004, 2009) Past Five Years... 2010 - 7-3 LSC (4th); 3-3 South (4th) 2009 - 7-2 LSC (T-1st); 4-2 South (T-1st) 2008 - 5-4 LSC (T-7th); 3-3 South (T-3rd) 2007 - 6-3 LSC (4th); 3-3 South (4th) 2006 - 7-2 LSC (T-2nd); 4-2 South (T-3rd)

LSC History Conference Titles... 2 (2001, 2009) LSC Divisional Titles... 5 (South: 2001, 2006, 2009; North: 2002, 2003) Past Five Years... 2010 - 3-7 LSC (T-9th); 2-4 South (5th) 2009 - 7-2 LSC (T-1st); 4-2 South (T-1st) 2008 - 6-3 LSC (T-3rd); 3-3 South (T-3rd) 2007 - 7-2 LSC (3rd); 4-2 South (3rd) 2006 - 6-3 LSC (4th); 5-1 South (T-1st)

All-LSC Returnees David Little, WR, Sr. (1st Team) Amini Silatolu, OT, Sr. (1st Team, Co-Off. Lineman of Year Lester Bush, RB, Sr. (2nd Team) Ricki Gomez, OT, Jr. (HM) Kevin Birdow, DE, Sr. (HM)

All-LSC Returnees Evan Robertson, RB, Sr. (1st Team) Brandon Lowery, RS, So. (HM) Damian Perkins, ILB, Sr. (HM)

2010 Results

2011 Schedule

2010 Results

2011 Schedule

at New Mexico Highlands ........W 52-6 #at Eastern New Mexico........ W 44-17 #SOUTHWESTERN OKLA.......... W 46-9 #at Central Oklahoma............ W 30-24 *INCARNATE WORD.............. W 38-31 *at Abilene Christian.............. L 28-31 *ANGELO STATE..................... W 35-21 *at West Texas A&M............... L 29-42 *TARLETON STATE.................. W 31-26 *at Texas A&M-Kingsville . ....... L 7-27 #NORTHEASTERN STATE.......... W 28-8 vs Washburn........................... L 14-45

S-10 Missouri S&T..............6:30 p.m. S-17 *vs Texas A&M-Commerce.. 12 p.m. S-24 *Texas A&M-Kingsville.... 7 p.m. O-1 *at Incarnate Word......... 7 p.m. O-8 *Tarleton State............... 7 p.m. O-15 *at Angelo State............. 6 p.m. O-22 *Abilene Christian.......... 7 p.m. O-29 *at Eastern New Mexico.3 p.m. N-5 *West Texas A&M........... 2 p.m. N-12 at Northeastern State.... 2 p.m.

#NORTHEASTERN STATE......... L 23-31 #at Central Oklahoma............. L 21-37 at Northwestern State............ L 14-17 *at Abilene Christian................ L 3-65 *ANGELO STATE..................... W 37-34 *at West Texas A&M............... L 17-48 #at Texas A&M-Commerce.... W 34-31 *TEXAS A&M-KINGSVILLE....... L 10-13 *at Midwestern State............ L 26-31 *INCARNATE WORD.............. W 41-27 #EASTERN NEW MEXICO........ L 10-35

S-1 *Abilene Christian.......... 7 p.m. S-10 at West Alabama............ 7 p.m. S-17 at Texas State.................. 6 p.m. S-24 *at Eastern New Mexico.3 p.m. O-1 *West Texas A&M........... 7 p.m. O-8 *at Midwestern State..... 7 p.m. O-15 *Texas A&M-Commerce.7 p.m. O-22 *at Texas A&M-Kingsville.7 p.m. O-29 *Incarnate Word............. 6 p.m. N-5 Millsaps........................... 2 p.m. N-12 *at Angelo State............. 2 p.m.

All times Central Time; # LSC Crossover Game for both teams; * LSC Division Game for both teams; ! NCAA Playoff

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LSC Football Teams TEXAS A&M UNiversity-COMMERCE

TEXAS A&M UNiversity-kingsville

Quick Facts Location... Commerce, Texas Enrollment... 9,340 Founded... 1889 President... Dr. Dan Jones Athletic Director... Carlton Cooper Athletic Dept. Phone... 903-886-5558 Nickname... Lions Colors... Blue and Gold Stadium... Memorial Stadium (10,000/ProPlay) Press Box Phone... 903-468-6089

Quick Facts Location... Kingsville, Texas Enrollment... 6,610 Founded... 1925 President... Dr. Steven Tallant Athletic Director... Kenneth Oliver Athletic Dept. Phone... 361-593-2411 Nickname... Javelinas Colors... Blue and Gold Stadium... Javelina Stadium (15,000/Natural Grass) Press Box Phone... 361-593-2594

About the Coach Head Coach... Guy Morriss Years, Record at A&M-C... Two years, 8-13 Years, Overall Record... Nine years, 35-67 Office Phone... 903-886-5564

About the Coach Head Coach... Bo Atterberry Years, Record at TAMUK... Four years, 29-17 Years, Overall Record... Four years, 29-17 Office Phone... 361-593-2411 About the Team 2010 Records... 10-2 Overall 9-1 LSC (2nd); 5-1 South (2nd) Lettermen Returning/Lost... 42/26 Starters Returning/Lost... 12/12

About the Team 2010 Records... 3-8 Overall  2-8 LSC (T-13th); 2-4 North (T-5th) Lettermen Returning/Lost...42/10 Starters Returning/Lost... 17/5

LSC History Conference Titles... 27 (1959, 1960, 1962, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009) LSC Divisional Titles... 7 (South: 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009) Past Five Years... 2010 - 9-1 LSC (2nd); 5-1 South (2nd) 2009 - 7-2 LSC (T-1st); 4-2 South (T-1st) 2008 - 6-3 LSC (T-3rd); 3-3 South (T-3rd) 2007 - 3-6 LSC (T-8th); 2-4 South (5th) 2006 - 2-7 LSC (T-10th); 0-6 South (7th)

LSC History Conference Titles... 21 (1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1937, 1938, 1942, 1949, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1966, 1969, 1972, 1983, 1990) LSC Divisional Titles... 2 (North: 2007, 2009) Past Five Years... 2010 - 2-8 LSC (T-13th); 2-4 North (T-5th) 2009 - 5-4 LSC (T-6th); 5-0 North (1st) 2008 - 5-4 LSC (5th); 3-2 North (3rd) 2007 - 5-4 LSC (5th); 3-2 North (T-1st) 2006 - 4-5 LSC (T-6th); 2-3 North (T-4th) All-LSC Returnees Kenzee Jackson, WR, So. (1st Team) Danny Mason, OLB, Jr. (1st Team) Marcus Graham, RB, Sr. (2nd Team) Tevin Moore, DT, So. (HM)

All-LSC Returnees Johnny Tivao, DT, Sr. (1st Team); Jonathon Woodson, RB, Jr. (2nd Team); Matt Romig, DE, Jr. (2nd Team); Marcus Sanders, ILB, Sr. (2nd Team); Derrick Thomas II, CB, Sr. (2nd Team); Kendrick Matthews, S, Sr. (2nd Team); Derek Tesch, DS, So. (2nd Team); Robert Armstrong, WR, So. (HM); Sherman Batiste, WR, Jr. (HM); Arron Fisher, R, Sr. (HM); Jonathon Woodson, RS, Jr. (HM)

2010 Results

2011 Schedule

2010 Results

2011 Schedule

UPPER IOWA.......................... W 33-10 #vs Angelo State..................... L 10-31 #at Texas A&M-Kingsville . ....... L 0-21 *at Eastern New Mexico......... L 21-44 *SOUTHEASTERN OKLA......... W 19-14 *at Northeastern State............. L 7-38 #TARLETON STATE................... L 31-34 *SOUTHWESTERN OKLA......... L 10-24 *at Central Oklahoma............ W 31-30 *EAST CENTRAL...................... L 33-36 #at Incarnate Word................ L 16-17

S-3 at Upper Iowa................. 1 p.m. S-17 *vs Midwestern State... 12 p.m. S-22 Ouachita Baptist............. 7 p.m. O-1 *at Texas A&M-Kingsville.7 p.m. O-8 *Incarnate Word............. 6 p.m. O-15 *at Tarleton State........... 7 p.m. O-22 *Angelo State................. 2 p.m. O-29 *at Abilene Christian...... 2 p.m. N-5 *Eastern New Mexico..... 6 p.m. N-12 *at West Texas A&M....... 1 p.m.

at NW Missouri State.............. W 16-7 #at East Central....................... W 20-7 #TEXAS A&M-COMMERCE...... W 21-0 *at Incarnate Word................. W 37-9 *ABILENE CHRISTIAN.............. L 24-31 *at Angelo State.................... W 28-21 *WEST TEXAS A&M............... W 28-24 *at Tarleton State.................. W 13-10 #at Southwestern Okla.......... W 56-17 *MIDWESTERN STATE.............. W 27-7 #SOUTHEASTERN OKLA......... W 38-24 !NW MISSOURI STATE............. L 31-35

S-2 at Central Washington.... 2 p.m. S-10 Minot State..................... 7 p.m. S-17 * vs West Texas A&M......... 8 p.m. S-24 * at Midwestern State....... 7 p.m. O-1 * Texas A&M-Commerce... 7 p.m. O-8 Lindenwood.................... 7 p.m. O-15 *at Incarnate Word......... 7 p.m. O-22 *Tarleton State............... 7 p.m. O-29 *at Angelo State............. 6 p.m. N-5 *Abilene Christian.......... 7 p.m. N-12 *at Eastern New Mexico.2 p.m.

All times Central Time; # LSC Crossover Game for both teams; * LSC Division Game for both teams; ! NCAA Playoff

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LSC Football Teams/Standings/Kanza Bowl West Texas A&M University

2010 LSC Football Standings

Quick Facts Location... Canyon, Texas Enrollment... 7,843 Founded... 1910 President... Dr. Patrick O’Brien Athletic Director... Michael McBroom Athletic Dept. Phone... 806-651-4400 Nickname... Buffaloes or Buffs Colors... Maroon and White Stadium... Kimbrough Memorial Stadium (20,000/FieldTurf) Press Box Phone... 806-656-6139 About the Coach Head Coach... Don Carthel Years, Record at WTAMU... Six years, 59-16 Years, Overall Record... 16 years, 105-62-1 Office Phone... 806-651-4413

LSC History Conference Titles... 4 (1986, 2005, 2006, 2007) LSC Divisional Titles... 4 (South: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009) Past Five Years... 2010 - 8-2 LSC (3rd); 4-2 South (3rd) 2009 - 6-3 LSC (T-4th); 4-2 South (T-1st) 2008 - 8-1 LSC (2nd); 5-1 South (2nd) 2007 - 9-0 LSC (1st); 6-0 South (1st) 2006 - 8-1 LSC (1st); 5-1 South (T-1st)

Rank, Team 1. Abilene Christian 2. Texas A&M-Kingsville 3. West Texas A&M 4. Midwestern State 5. Tarleton State 6. Angelo State 7. Incarnate Word

= SOUTH Division = === Overall === Points Points W-L For Opp. Pct. W-L For Opp. Pct. 6-0 255 126 1.000 11-1 520 258 .917 5-1 157 102 .833 10-2 339 192 .833 4-2 234 152 .667 8-4 504 315 .667 3-3 168 178 .500 8-4 382 287 .667 2-4 134 218 .333 3-8 236 369 .273 1-5 184 187 .167 5-5 345 303 .500 0-6 111 280 .000 3-8 236 416 .273

= CONFerence = Rank, Team W-L 1. Abilene Christian 10-0 2. Texas A&M-Kingsville 9-1 3. West Texas A&M 8-2 4. Midwestern State 7-3 5. Northeastern State 6-4 T6. East Central 5-5 T6. Angelo State 5-5 8. Eastern New Mexico 4-6 T9. Southeastern Oklahoma 3-7 T9. Tarleton State 3-7 T9. Southwestern Oklahoma 3-7 T9. Incarnate Word 3-7 T13. Central Oklahoma 2-8 T13. Texas A&M-Commerce 2-8

Pct. 1.000 .900 .800 .700 .600 .500 .500 .400 .300 .300 .300 .300 .200 .200

NOTE: Lone Star Conference teams maintained two league records in 2010: conference and division. Conference records reflected all division games plus designated conference crossover games, and division records counted only games played within the division. Conference records were used to determined the overall LSC champion, while division records determined the North and South division winners. Each team counted 10 games in the conference standings.

All-LSC Returnees Sergio Castillo, PK, So. (1st Team); Caleb Randolph, CB, Sr. (1st Team); Curtis Jefferson, S, Sr. (1st Team); Brittan Golden, WR, Sr. (2nd Team); Hector Rodriquez, C ,Sr. (2nd Team); Dishon Robertson, DT, Sr. (2nd Team); Kyle Voss, ILB, Jr. (2nd Team); Jordan Smith, S, Jr. (2nd Team); Tommy Hampton, RS, Sr. (HM); Rashad Sanders, DE, Sr. (HM); Kevin McCluskey, OLB, Jr. (HM)

at Grand Valley State.............. L 31-34 #at Southwestern Okla.......... W 77-14 #SOUTHEASTERN OKLA......... W 41-17 *at Angelo State.................... W 37-27 #at Northeastern State.......... W 34-22 *TARLETON STATE.................. W 48-17 *at Texas A&M-Kingsville........ L 24-28 *MIDWESTERN STATE............ W 42-29 *at Incarnate Word............... W 49-10 *ABILENE CHRISTIAN.............. L 34-41 #EAST CENTRAL..................... W 52-21 !at Central Missouri................ L 35-55

= North Division = === Overall === Points Points W-L For Opp. Pct. W-L For Opp. Pct. 5-1 187 157 .833 6-5 275 340 .545 5-1 177 123 .833 5-6 248 314 .455 3-3 217 158 .500 5-6 380 327 .455 3-3 121 129 .500 3-8 185 382 .273 2-4 175 210 .333 3-8 300 392 .273 2-4 121 186 .333 3-8 211 299 .273 1-5 199 234 .167 2-9 356 407 .182

About the Team 2010 Records... 8-4 Overall 8-2 LSC (3rd); 4-2 South (3rd) Lettermen Returning/Lost... 49/19 Starters Returning/Lost... 14/10

2010 Results

Rank, Team T1. Northeastern State T1. East Central T3. Eastern New Mexico T3. Southwestern Okla. T5. Southeastern Okla. T5. Texas A&M-Commerce 7. Central Oklahoma

Washburn tops MSU in Kanza Bowl

Midwestern State’s Ryan Craven became the school’s all-time leading tackler midway through the fourth quarter at the Lower, Inc. Kanza Bowl. And freshman cornerback Neiko Conway was tabbed the most outstanding player for the Mustangs after returning an interception for 51 yards to set up a score. That would be a summation of MSU’s highlights as Washburn (Kan.) rolled to a 45-14 victory at Hummer Sports Park. Led by a lethal pass-and-catch combination of Dane Simoneau-to-Joe Hastings, the Ichabods piled up 520 total yards of total offense including 361 through the air and 159 on the ground. Washburn limited the Mustangs to their second lowest offensive output of the season at 246 yards, while Midwestern permitted a season-high 520 total yards to the Ichabods. Brandon Kelsey, who was making his second start at quarterback for injured 2009 Harlon Hill finalist Zack Eskridge, paced a 196-yard rushing day for MSU with 70 yards on 13 carries. Senior Marcus Mathis used a 27-yard rush in the fourth quarter to move past Ross Harrison (2,418 yards from 2003-06) into third place on MSU’s all-time rushing chart. The Rockwall High product finishes his career with 2,433 rushing yards. Craven led the Mustangs’ defensive effort with six tackles to finish with 267 career stops which is one more than Teddy Martyniuk, who made 266 tackles from 1988-91. MSU closed the season with an 8-4 mark as the Mustangs have now posted 11 consecutive winning campaigns.

2010

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2011 Schedule S-1 CSU-Pueblo..................... 6 p.m. S-17 *vs Texas A&M-Kingsville.8 p.m. S-24 *Incarnate Word............. 6 p.m. O-1 *at Tarleton State........... 7 p.m. O-8 *Angelo State................. 6 p.m. O-15 *at Abilene Christian...... 2 p.m. O-22 *Eastern New Mexico..... 6 p.m. O-29 Central Washington....... 6 p.m. N-5 *at Midwestern State..... 2 p.m. N-12 *Texas A&M-Commerce.1 p.m.

All times Central Time; # LSC Crossover Game for both teams; * LSC Division Game for both teams; ! NCAA Playoff

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LSC Football Postseason Results QUARTERFINALS: Northwest Mo. State def. Abilene Christian, 45-36 2007 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: West Texas A&M def. Washburn, 40-39; **Abilene Christian def. Mesa State, 56-12; SECOND ROUND: Northwest Mo. State def. West Texas A&M, 56-28; Chadron State def. **Abilene Christian, 76-73 (3 OT) 2006 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: West Texas A&M def. Abilene Christian, 30-27; Midwestern State def. Missouri Western, 28-26; SECOND ROUND: Northwest Mo. State def. Midwestern State, 27-0; Chadron State def. West Texas A&M, 43-17 2005 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Northwest Mo. State def. Angelo State, 45-14; SECOND ROUND: Pittsburg State def. West Texas A&M, 41-3 2004 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Colorado Mines def. Midwestern State, 52-33; Texas A&M-Kingsville def. Southeastern Oklahoma, 40-30; SECOND ROUND: Northwest Mo. State def. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 34-14 2003 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Central Oklahoma def. Mesa State, 20-15; Texas A&M-Kingsville def. Tarleton State, 34-10; QUARTERFINALS: Texas A&M-Kingsville def. Central Oklahoma, 49-6; SEMIFINALS: Grand Valley State def. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 31-3 2002 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Texas A&M-Kingsville def. Neb.Kearney, 58-40; QUARTERFINALS: Texas A&M-Kingsville def. UC Davis, 27-20 (OT); SEMIFINALS: Valdosta State def. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 21-12 2001 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Tarleton State def. Chadron State, 28-24; UC Davis def. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 37-32; QUARTERFINALS: UC Davis def. Tarleton State, 42-25 2000 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Mesa State def. Northeastern State, 40-21 1999 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: UC Davis def. Central Oklahoma, 33-17; Northeastern State def. Western Wash., 27-24 (OT); QUARTERFINALS: Northeastern State def. UC Davis, 19-14; SEMIFINALS: Carson-Newman def. Northeastern State, 42-7 1998 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Central Oklahoma def. Chadron State, 21-19; *Texas A&M-Kingsville def. UC Davis, 54-21; QUARTERFINALS: *Texas A&M-Kingsville def. Central Oklahoma, 24-21 (OT); SEMIFINALS: Northwest Mo. State def. *Texas A&M-Kingsville, 49-34 1997 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: UC Davis def. *Texas A&M-Kingsville, 37-34; Angelo State def. Western State, 46-12; QUARTERFINALS: UC Davis def. Angelo State, 50-33 1996 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Central Oklahoma def. Chadron State, 23-21; UC Davis def. *Texas A&M-Kingsville, 17-14; QUARTERFINALS: UC Davis def. Central Oklahoma, 26-7 1995 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Texas A&M-Kingsville def. Fort Hays State, 59-28; Portland State def. Texas A&M-Commerce, 56-35; QUARTERFINALS: Texas A&M-Kingsville def. Portland State, 30-3 1994 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Texas A&M-Kingsville def. Western State, 43-7; Portland State def. Angelo State, 29-0; QUARTERFINALS: Texas A&MKingsville def. Portland State, 21-16; SEMIFINALS: Texas A&M-Kingsville def. Indiana (Pa.), 46-20; CHAMPIONSHIP: North Alabama def. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 16-10 1993 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: A&M-Kingsville def. Portland State, 50-15; QUARTERFINALS: Texas A&M-Kingsville def. UC Davis, 51-28; SEMIFINALS: North Alabama def. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 27-25 1992 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Texas A&M-Kingsville def. Western State, 22-13; QUARTERFINALS: Portland State def. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 35-30 1991 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Texas A&M-Commerce def. Grand Valley State, 36-15; QUARTERFINALS: Pittsburg State def. Texas A&M-Commerce, 38-28 1990 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Texas A&M-Commerce def. Grand Valley State, 20-14; QUARTERFINALS: Pittsburg State def. Texas A&M-Commerce, 60-28 1989 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: *Mississippi College def. Texas A&MKingsville, 34-19; Angelo State def. UC Davis, 28-23; QUARTERFINALS: Angelo State def. Pittsburg State, 24-21; SEMIFINALS: Jacksonville State def. Angelo State, 34-16 1988 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Texas A&M-Kingsville def. Mississippi College, 39-15; QUARTERFINALS: Texas A&M-Kingsville def. Tennessee-Martin, 340; SEMIFINALS: Portland State def. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 35-27 1987 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Northern Mich. def. Angelo State, 23-20 (OT) 1983 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: State def. Texas State, 24-16 1982 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Texas State def. Fort Valley State, 27-6; SEMIFINALS: Texas State def. Jacksonville State, 19-14; CHAMPIONSHIP: Texas State def. UC Davis, 34-9 1981 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Texas State def. Jacksonville State, 38-22; SEMIFINALS: Texas State def. Northern Mich., 62-0; CHAMPIONSHIP: Texas State def. North Dakota State, 42-13

NCAA Playoff History for LSC Teams Team (Years Participated) Years W-L Pct. Abilene Christian (2006-07-08-09-10)** 4 2-4 .333 Angelo State (1987-89-94-97-2005) 5 3-5 .375 Central Oklahoma (1996-98-99-2003) 4 3-4 .429 Midwestern State (2004-06-09) 3 1-3 .250 Northeastern State (1999-2000) 2 2-2 .500 Southeastern Oklahoma (2004) 1 0-1 .000 Southwest Texas State (1981-82-83)$% 3 6-1 .857 Tarleton State (2001-03-09) 3 2-3 .400 Texas A&M-Commerce (1990-91-95) 3 2-3 .400 Texas A&M-Kingsville (88-89-92-93-94-95-01-02-03-04-09-10)* 12 15-12 .555 West Texas A&M (2005-06-07-08-10) 5 3-5 .375 $ SWT won National Championships in 1981 and 1982; % SWT is no longer a member of the LSC; *TAMUK’s participation in 1996, 1997 and 1998 playoffs was vacated by action of the NCAA Committee on Infractions (record was 2-3); **ACU’s participation in the 2007 playoffs was vacated by action of the NCAA Committee on Infractions (record was 1-1).

NCAA Playoff History By Year (in order of first appearance)

Texas State (6-1) YEAR FINISH W-L 1981 national champion 3-0 % 3-0 1982 national champion 1983 lost 1st round 0-1 Angelo State (3-5) W-L YEAR FINISH 0-1 1987 lost 1st round 2-1 1989 lost in semifinals 1994 lost in 1st round 0-1 1997 lost in quarterfinals 1-1 0-1 2005 lost in 1st round Texas A&M-Kingsville (15-12*) W-L YEAR FINISH 2-1 1988 lost in semifinals 1989 lost in 1st round 0-1 1-1 1992 lost in quarterfinals 1993 lost in semifinals 2-1 3-1 1994 national runner-up 1995 lost in semifinals 2-1 1996 lost in 1st round 0-1 * 0-1 * 1997 lost in 1st round 1998 lost in semifinals 2-1 * 0-1 2001 lost in 1st round 2002 lost in semifinals 2-1 2003 lost in semifinals 2-1 1-1 2004 lost in 2nd round 2009 lost in 1st round 0-1 2010 lost in 2nd round 0-1 Texas A&M-Commerce (2-3) YEAR FINISH W-L 1-1 1990 lost in quarterfinals 1991 lost in quarterfinals 1-1 1995 lost in 1st round 0-1 Central Oklahoma (3-4) YEAR FINISH W-L 1-1 1996 lost in quarterfinals 1998 lost in quarterfinals 1-1 1999 lost in 1st round 0-1 2003 lost in quarterfinals 1-1

Northeastern State (2-2) YEAR FINISH W-L 2-1 1999 lost in semifinals 0-1 2000 lost in 1st round Tarleton State (2-3) YEAR FINISH W-L 1-1 2001 lost in quarterfinals 2003 lost in 1st round 0-1 1-1 2009 lost in 2nd round Midwestern State (1-3) YEAR FINISH W-L 0-1 2004 lost in 1st round 2006 lost in 2nd round 1-1 0-1 2009 lost in 1st round Southeastern Oklahoma (0-1) YEAR FINISH W-L 0-1 2004 lost in 1st round West Texas A&M (3-5) W-L YEAR FINISH 0-1 2005 lost in 2nd round 2006 lost in 2nd round 1-1 1-1 2007 lost in 2nd round 2008 lost in 2nd round 1-1 0-1 2010 lost in 1st round Abilene Christian (2-4**) YEAR FINISH W-L 0-1 2006 lost in 1st round 2007 lost in 2nd round 1-1** 2008 lost in quarterfinals 1-1 2009 lost in 2nd round 1-1 2010 lost in 2nd round 0-1 * Participation has been vacated by action of the NCAA Committee on Infractions ** Participation has been vacated by action of the NCAA Committee on Infractions % Southwest Texas participated in NCAA playoffs, but LSC was not yet an NCAA member conference (still NAIA)

2010 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Central Missouri def. West Texas A&M 55-35; SECOND ROUND: Northwest Mo. State def. Texas A&M-Kingsville 35-31; Central Missouri def. Abilene Christian 55-41 2010 KANZA BOWL - Washburn def. Midwestern State, 45-14 2009 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: Tarleton State def. Texas A&MKingsville, 57-56 (2OT); Abilene Christian def. Midwestern State, 24-21; SECOND ROUND: Northwest Mo. State def. Abilene Christian, 35-10; Central Washington def. Tarleton State, 27-6 2009 KANZA BOWL - West Texas A&M def. Nebraska-Omaha, 31-25 2008 NCAA Division II Playoffs - FIRST ROUND: West Texas A&M def. Central Washington, 49-42; SECOND ROUND: Abilene Christian def. West Texas A&M, 93-68; Fall Media Guide 2011

*Texas A&M-Kingsville’s participation vacated. **Abilene Christian’s participation vacated.

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LSC Football 2010 Team Statistical Leaders SCORING OFFENSE 1. Abilene Christian 2. West Texas A&M 3. Eastern New Mexico 4. Angelo State 5. Central Oklahoma 6. Midwestern State 7. Texas A&M-Kingsville 8. Southeastern Okla. 9. Northeastern State 10. East Central 11. Tarleton State Incarnate Word 13. Texas A&M-Commerce 14. Southwestern Okla. TOTAL OFFENSE 1. West Texas A&M 2. Abilene Christian 3. Eastern New Mexico 4. Angelo State 5. Midwestern State 6. Texas A&M-Kingsville 7. Southeastern Okla. 8. Central Oklahoma 9. Northeastern State 10. Tarleton State 11. East Central 12. Incarnate Word 13. Texas A&M-Commerce 14. Southwestern Okla. SCORING DEFENSE 1. Texas A&M-Kingsville 2. Abilene Christian 3. Midwestern State 4. West Texas A&M 5. Texas A&M-Commerce 6. East Central 7. Eastern New Mexico 8. Angelo State 9. Northeastern State 10. Tarleton State 11. Southwestern Okla. 12. Southeastern Okla. 13. Central Oklahoma 14. Incarnate Word

G TD XP 65 56 68 67 49 45 47 38 48 44 49 45 43 39 40 34 34 23 31 28 29 26 29 27 28 22 23 22

12 12 11 10 11 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 G 12 12 11 10 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

Rush 1273 1864 1415 1125 2553 1867 1790 1465 1367 1238 844 1690 1244 1169

G 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11

TD 25 35 37 40 37 41 44 40 42 45 48 51 55 55

2XP 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 1 6 1 0 0 0 1

DXP FG Saf Pts 0 24 0 520 1 9 0 504 0 13 0 380 1 5 1 345 0 8 0 356 0 13 1 382 0 14 0 339 0 8 0 300 0 12 0 275 1 8 3 248 0 12 0 236 0 11 1 236 0 7 0 211 0 7 1 185

Avg 43.3 42.0 34.5 34.5 32.4 31.8 28.2 27.3 25.0 22.5 21.5 21.5 19.2 16.8

PASS OFFENSE 1. West Texas A&M 2. Abilene Christian 3. Angelo State 4. Eastern New Mexico 5. Central Oklahoma 6. Texas A&M-Kingsville 7. East Central 8. Southeastern Okla. 9. Tarleton State 10. Northeastern State 11. Midwestern State 12. Southwestern Okla. 13. Texas A&M-Commerce 14. Incarnate Word

Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Yds/G 5075 920 6348 6.9 59 529.0 3810 860 5674 6.6 57 472.8 3318 908 4733 5.2 44 430.3 3086 709 4211 5.9 41 421.1 2228 813 4781 5.9 47 398.4 2872 903 4739 5.2 41 394.9 2479 862 4269 5.0 39 388.1 2747 770 4212 5.5 45 382.9 2248 773 3615 4.7 32 328.6 2335 715 3573 5.0 28 324.8 2539 725 3383 4.7 23 307.5 1624 775 3314 4.3 29 301.3 1973 751 3217 4.3 20 292.5 1998 796 3167 4.0 23 287.9

PASS DEFENSE 1. Texas A&M-Kingsville 2. Northeastern State 3. West Texas A&M 4. Central Oklahoma 5. Southwestern Okla. 6. Eastern New Mexico 7. Texas A&M-Commerce 8. Tarleton State 9. Abilene Christian 10. Midwestern State 11. Angelo State 12. East Central 13. Incarnate Word 14. Southeastern Okla.

XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts 25 0 0 5 1 192 28 1 0 6 0 258 34 1 0 9 1 287 30 0 0 15 0 315 36 0 1 13 0 299 35 0 0 11 0 314 32 5 0 7 0 327 37 0 1 8 0 303 37 1 0 15 2 340 42 2 0 17 1 369 47 0 0 15 1 382 41 2 1 13 0 392 52 2 0 7 0 407 50 0 0 12 0 416

Avg 16.0 21.5 23.9 26.2 27.2 28.5 29.7 30.3 30.9 33.5 34.7 35.6 37.0 37.8

RUSHING OFFENSE 1. Midwestern State 2. Southeastern Okla. 3. Texas A&M-Kingsville 4. Abilene Christian 5. Incarnate Word 6. Central Oklahoma 7. Eastern New Mexico 8. Northeastern State 9. Texas A&M-Commerce 10. Tarleton State 11. Angelo State 12. Southwestern Okla. 13. West Texas A&M 14. East Central

TOTAL DEFENSE G Rush Pass Plys Yards Avg TD Yds/G 1. Texas A&M-Kingsville 12 684 2341 741 3025 4.1 22 252.1 2. Abilene Christian 12 957 2932 808 3889 4.8 33 324.1 3. West Texas A&M 12 1540 2778 875 4318 4.9 34 359.8 4. Midwestern State 12 1446 3025 843 4471 5.3 36 372.6 5. Tarleton State 11 1581 2649 778 4230 5.4 41 384.5 6. Angelo State 10 1210 2668 749 3878 5.2 38 387.8 7. Northeastern State 11 1919 2445 758 4364 5.8 36 396.7 8. Texas A&M-Commerce 11 1745 2627 824 4372 5.3 35 397.5 9. Southwestern Okla. 11 1795 2601 768 4396 5.7 41 399.6 10. East Central 11 1458 3002 831 4460 5.4 37 405.5 11. Eastern New Mexico 11 1890 2615 911 4505 4.9 40 409.5 12. Incarnate Word 11 1497 3028 680 4525 6.7 49 411.4 13. Southeastern Okla. 11 1399 3270 817 4669 5.7 45 424.5 14. Central Oklahoma 11 2158 2555 827 4713 5.7 53 428.5 PASS EFFICIENCY: 1. ACU, 161.3 rating; 2. WTAMU, 143.6; 3. ASU, 139 PASS DEF EFFICIENCY: 1. TAMUK, 107 rating; 2. ENMU, 109.5; 3. WTAMU, 112.4 NET YARDS PER PUNT: 1. ASU, 39.7 net yards per punt; 2. ACU, 35.2; 3. ENMU/TARLETON, 33.5 KICKOFF RETURNS: 1. TAMUK, 23.9 yards/return; 2. ASU, 23.8; 3. ACU, 23.2 PUNT RETURNS: 1. ACU, 16.6 yards/return; 2. ASU, 15.3; 3. NSU, 11.5 TURNOVER MARGIN: 1. ACU +1.17 per game; 2. MSU, +.58; 3. ASU, +.50 FIRST DOWNS: 1. WTAMU, 310 total; 2. ACU, 277; 3. ENMU, 267 OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS: 1. TAMUK, 176 total; 2. UIW, 196; 3. ASU, 207

12 12 10 11 11 12 11 11 11 11 12 11 11 11

G Att Cmp 634 390 458 296 422 249 542 332 430 253 426 254 373 192 433 223 359 180 343 178 350 212 419 204 378 184 321 169 G 12 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 10 11 11 11

Int 19 3 7 22 17 12 16 12 15 7 9 17 16 10

Pct. Yds Avg 61.5 5075 8.0 64.6 3810 8.3 59.0 3086 7.3 61.3 3318 6.1 58.8 2747 6.4 59.6 2872 6.7 51.5 2539 6.8 51.5 2479 5.7 50.1 2335 6.5 51.9 2248 6.6 60.6 2228 6.4 48.7 1998 4.8 48.7 1973 5.2 52.6 1624 5.1

TD 40 39 28 30 25 17 16 24 13 22 17 9 5 14

Yds/G 422.9 317.5 308.6 301.6 249.7 239.3 230.8 225.4 212.3 204.4 185.7 181.6 179.4 147.6

Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G 432 229 8 53.0 2341 5.4 16 195.1 370 206 10 55.7 2445 6.6 15 222.3 450 233 15 51.8 2778 6.2 21 231.5 366 211 12 57.7 2555 7.0 27 232.3 364 203 13 55.8 2601 7.1 22 236.5 442 219 17 49.5 2615 5.9 24 237.7 394 215 8 54.6 2627 6.7 22 238.8 374 223 8 59.6 2649 7.1 14 240.8 450 242 11 53.8 2932 6.5 25 244.3 444 274 16 61.7 3025 6.8 20 252.1 415 235 17 56.6 2668 6.4 21 266.8 440 263 17 59.8 3002 6.8 22 272.9 353 220 6 62.3 3028 8.6 25 275.3 457 269 13 58.9 3270 7.2 30 297.3 G 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 12 11

Att 463 429 477 402 454 340 366 430 373 356 287 377 286 352

Yds 2553 1790 1867 1864 1690 1465 1415 1367 1244 1238 1125 1169 1273 844

Avg 5.5 4.2 3.9 4.6 3.7 4.3 3.9 3.2 3.3 3.5 3.9 3.1 4.5 2.4

TD 30 15 24 18 15 20 14 10 15 15 13 14 19 7

Yds/G 212.8 162.7 155.6 155.3 153.6 133.2 128.6 124.3 113.1 112.5 112.5 106.3 106.1 76.7

RUSHING DEFENSE G Rushes Yards Avg. TD Yds/G 1. Texas A&M-Kingsville 12 309 684 2.2 6 57.0 2. Abilene Christian 12 358 957 2.7 8 79.8 3. Midwestern State 12 399 1446 3.6 16 120.5 4. Angelo State 10 334 1210 3.6 17 121.0 5. Southeastern Okla. 11 360 1399 3.9 15 127.2 6. West Texas A&M 12 425 1540 3.6 13 128.3 7. East Central 11 391 1458 3.7 15 132.5 8. Incarnate Word 11 327 1497 4.6 24 136.1 9. Tarleton State 11 404 1581 3.9 27 143.7 10. Texas A&M-Commerce 11 430 1745 4.1 13 158.6 11. Southwestern Okla. 11 404 1795 4.4 19 163.2 12. Eastern New Mexico 11 469 1890 4.0 16 171.8 13. Northeastern State 11 388 1919 4.9 21 174.5 14. Central Oklahoma 11 461 2158 4.7 26 196.2 3RD-DN CONVERSIONS: 1. WTAMU, 86-176 (.489); 2. TAMUK, 91-200 (.455); 3. ASU, 67-149 (.450) 4TH-DN CONVERSIONS: 1. UIW, 20-26 (.769); 2. MSU 11-18 (.611); 3. A&M-C, 12-21 (.571) OPP 3RD-DN CONVERSIONS: 1. ACU, 51-174 (.293); 2. WTAMU, 56-190 (.295); 3. TAMUK, 52-174 (.299) OPP 4TH-DN CONVERSIONS: 1. UIW, 2-9 (.222); 2. ENMU, 10-28 (.357); 3. TAMUK, 10-24 (.417) SACKS BY: 1. ECU, 33 total; 2. ACU, 31; 3. WTAMU, 30 LEAST PENALTY YARDS: 1. UIW, 39.6 yards/game; 2. SE, 50.1; 3. NSU, 61.1 12

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LSC Football 2010 Individual Statistical Leaders RUSHING 1. Baylen Laury, SOSU, SR 2. Josh Birmingham, UCO, FR 3. Trent Rios, UIW, SO 4. Marcus Graham, A&M-C, JR 5. Evan Robertson, TARLETON, FR 6. Lester Bush, MSU, JR 7. Tony Valenzuela, ENMU, SR 8. Kelvin Thompson, WTAMU, SR PASSING AVG/GAME 1. Taylor Harris, WTAMU, SR 2. Wesley Wood, ENMU, SO 3. Mitchell Gale, ACU, SO 4. Josh Neiswander, ASU, SR 5. Ethan Sharp, UCO, SO 6. Tyler Vanderzee, ECU, JR 7. Nate Poppell, TAMUK, JR 8. Logan Turner, SOSU, SO PASS EFFICIENCY 1. Mitchell Gale, ACU, SO 2. Taylor Harris, WTAMU, SR 3. Josh Neiswander, ASU, SR 4. Zack Eskridge, MSU, SR 5. Nate Poppell, TAMUK, JR 6. Ethan Sharp, UCO, SO 7. Kenny Davis, NSU, JR 8. Wesley Wood, ENMU, SO TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Taylor Harris, WTAMU, SR 2. Wesley Wood, ENMU, SO 3. Mitchell Gale, ACU, SO 4. Josh Neiswander, ASU, SR 5. Ethan Sharp, UCO, SO 6. Zack Eskridge, MSU, SR 7. Nate Poppell, TAMUK, JR 8. Tyler Vanderzee, ECU, JR

G 10 11 11 11 11 9 10 12

Att 186 243 218 173 192 112 137 116

G 12 11 12 10 10 11 12 11 G 12 12 10 10 12 10 11 11

Att 595 541 425 418 382 367 390 401

Yds 1192 1250 888 815 771 598 624 729 Cmp 370 331 276 247 225 189 237 209

Avg 6.4 5.1 4.1 4.7 4.0 5.3 4.6 6.3 Int 18 22 3 7 13 15 10 10

Att Cmp Int 425 276 3 595 370 18 418 247 7 282 175 6 390 237 10 382 225 13 303 154 6 541 331 22

TD Long Yds/G 10 70 119.2 18 81 113.6 8 41 80.7 7 38 74.1 6 24 70.1 9 52 66.4 7 27 62.4 7 62 60.8

Pct. 62.2 61.2 64.9 59.1 58.9 51.5 60.8 52.1

Yds 4806 3313 3595 2983 2444 2461 2671 2353

TD Avg/G 38 400.5 30 301.2 38 299.6 27 298.3 24 244.4 15 223.7 16 222.6 24 213.9

Pct. 64.9 62.2 59.1 62.1 60.8 58.9 50.8 61.2

Yds 3595 4806 2983 1976 2671 2444 2068 3313

TD 38 38 27 17 16 24 20 30

G Rush Pass Plays 12 -77 4806 626 11 396 3313 663 12 62 3595 479 10 0 2983 434 10 88 2444 419 10 325 1976 343 12 55 2671 453 11 -26 2461 422

PUNT RETURN AVG 1. Garrett Tidwell, ASU, SR 2. Kendrick Johnson, ACU, SR 3. Nate Robinson, NSU, JR 4. Markell Walker, ECU, FR 5. Arron Fisher, TAMUK, JR 6. Baylen Laury, SOSU, SR

G 10 12 11 11 12 10

PUNTING 1. George Shamblin, ASU, JR 2. Cody Lenz, NSU, JR 3. Taylor Cannon, ENMU, JR 4. Mark Sprague, ACU, SR 5. Gunter Elenburg, MSU, FR 6. Ryan Massengale, ECU, SR 7. Cameron Frosch, A&M-C, FR 8. Jerry Owens, TARLETON, FR 9. Matt Stoll, TAMUK, FR

G Punt Yds Avg Long 10 44 1909 72 43.4 11 57 2358 61 41.4 11 34 1381 62 40.6 12 43 1739 70 40.4 12 43 1706 71 39.7 11 73 2889 73 39.6 11 72 2664 67 37.0 11 55 2029 60 36.9 11 42 1549 62 36.9

Eff. 164.1 145.1 137.0 136.6 126.7 126.6 126.0 122.8

SCORING 1. Josh Birmingham, UCO, FR 2. Morgan Lineberry, ACU, SO 3. Taylor Cannon, ENMU, JR 4. Sergio Castillo, WTAMU, FR 5. Baylen Laury, SOSU, SR 6. Christian Brom, TAMUK, SR 7. Trey McVay, NSU, JR 8. Tristan Carter, ASU, JR 9. Jose Martinez, MSU, SR

Total Yds/G 4729 394.1 3709 337.2 3657 304.8 2983 298.3 2532 253.2 2301 230.1 2726 227.2 2435 221.4

KICK SCORING 1. Morgan Lineberry, ACU, SO 2. Taylor Cannon, ENMU, JR 3. Sergio Castillo, WTAMU, FR 4. Christian Brom, TAMUK, SR 5. Jose Martinez, MSU, SR 6. Chris Robbs, UCO, SO 7. Drew Patton, NSU, FR 8. Thomas Rebold, UIW, JR

RECEPTIONS/GAME 1. Tyson Williams, WTAMU, JR 2. Jessie Poku, ENMU, SR 3. Darian Dale, ENMU, JR 4. Stephen Burton, WTAMU, SR 5. Edmund Gates, ACU, SR 6. Ryan Lincoln, TAMUK, SR 7. V’Keon Lacey, ASU, SR 8. Trey McVay, NSU, JR

G Rec 11 96 11 86 11 65 12 70 12 66 12 65 10 53 11 58

Yds TD Long Avg/C Rec/G 1321 8 67 13.8 8.73 932 11 54 10.8 7.82 704 5 41 10.8 5.91 1021 11 99 14.6 5.83 1182 13 55 17.9 5.50 833 5 73 12.8 5.42 569 5 33 10.7 5.30 887 12 64 15.3 5.27

TACKLES (All positions) 1. Tillman Stevens, ENMU, SR 2. Curtis Jackson, ENMU, JR 3. Nathan Uland, ENMU, SR 4. Damian Perkins, TARLETON, FR Danny Mason, A&M-C, SO 6. Steven Harris, SOSU, JR 7. Tucker Cason, UCO, JR Jonathan Darby, SWOSU, JR

RECEIVE YDS/GAME 1. Tyson Williams, WTAMU, JR 2. Edmund Gates, ACU, SR 3. Stephen Burton, WTAMU, SR 4. Jessie Poku, ENMU, SR 5. D. Pecikones, ASU, SO 6. Brittan Golden, WTAMU, JR 7. Trey McVay, NSU, JR 8. Zack Patteson, ECU, JR

G Rec 11 96 12 66 12 70 11 86 10 48 11 53 11 58 11 50

Yds 1321 1182 1021 932 838 893 887 809

INTERCEPTIONS 1. Dontae Smith, ECU, JR Tillman Stevens, ENMU, SR 3. Eric Walker, SOSU, FR 4. Creadell Pennon, UCO, SO 5. Markeith Jones, ASU, SR Alvin Johnson, ASU, SO 7. Marvin Tribble, SWOSU, JR Nate Robinson, NSU, JR

ALL PURPOSE 1. Baylen Laury, SOSU, SR 2. Josh Birmingham, UCO, FR 3. Trent Rios, UIW, SO 4. Tyson Williams, WTAMU, JR 5. Jonathon Woodson, TAMUK, SO 6. D. Pecikones, ASU, SO 7. Kenzee Jackson, A&M-C 8. Stephen Burton, WTAMU, SR

G Rush 10 1192 11 1250 11 888 11 0 12 608 10 55 10 0 12 0

KICK RETURN AVG 1. Brandon Lowery, TARLETON, FR 2. Garrett Tidwell, ASU, SR 3. Jonathon Woodson, TAMUK, SO 4. Darr. Cantu-Harkless, ACU, FR 5. Kenzee Jackson, A&M-C 6. Tommy Hampton, WTAMU, JR Fall Media Guide 2011

G 11 10 12 12 10 12

Rcv 214 384 183 1321 277 838 451 1021 Ret 16 25 20 15 27 23

TD Long Avg/C Yds/G 8 67 13.8 120.1 13 55 17.9 98.5 11 99 14.6 85.1 11 54 10.8 84.7 5 83 17.5 83.8 11 57 16.8 81.2 12 64 15.3 80.6 3 51 16.2 73.5 PR 70 0 40 0 0 12 0 98

KR 87 11 521 0 537 261 700 231

Yds Avg/G 1563 156.3 1645 149.5 1632 148.4 1321 120.1 1422 118.5 1166 116.6 1151 115.1 1350 112.5

Yds 503 702 537 397 700 560

TD 0 1 0 0 1 1

Long 63 86 59 93 87 89

G 11 11 11 11 10 12 11 10 12

Ret 12 19 23 18 26 13

Yds 210 268 258 169 168 70

TD 2 1 0 1 0 0

Avg 73 80 60 39 41 29

Long 17.5 14.1 11.2 9.4 6.5 5.4

TD XPT 21 0 0 48 0 45 0 56 11 0 0 39 12 0 11 0 0 43

FG 2XP Pts Pts/G 0 0 126 11.5 21 0 111 10.1 13 0 84 7.6 9 0 83 7.5 0 2 68 6.8 14 0 81 6.8 0 2 74 6.7 0 0 66 6.6 12 0 79 6.6

G 11 11 11 12 12 10 10 11

FGs 21-30 13-18 9-13 14-20 12-15 7-10 12-17 11-16

PATs 48-53 45-46 56-57 39-41 43-45 41-44 22-23 27-28

Pts 111 84 83 81 79 62 58 60

Pts/G 10.1 7.6 7.5 6.8 6.6 6.2 5.8 5.5

G Solo Ast Total Avg/G Sack 11 61 61 122 11.1 2.0 10 44 54 98 9.8 0.0 11 46 54 100 9.1 0.5 11 30 69 99 9.0 0.0 11 49 50 99 9.0 2.0 11 55 37 92 8.4 0.0 11 34 57 91 8.3 3.0 11 43 48 91 8.3 0.0 G Int Yds TD Int/G Long 11 6 187 2 74 0.55 11 6 146 1 62 0.55 10 5 94 0 65 0.50 11 5 114 0 41 0.45 10 4 64 0 51 0.40 10 4 1 0 1 0.40 11 4 54 0 40 0.36 11 4 43 0 18 0.36

SACKS: 1. Armonty Bryant, ECU, JR, 13.5 (1.23 per game); 2. Shad Baichtal, WTAMU, SR, 10.0 (0.83); 3. Matt Kalisch, ENMU, SR, 9.5 (0.86); 4. Aston Whiteside, ACU, JR, 7.0 (0.58); 5. Jamaal Steamer, TARLETON, FR, 6.5 (0.59) TACKLES FOR LOSS: 1. Shad Baichtal, WTAMU, SR, 22.0 (1.83 per game); 2. Armonty Bryant, ECU, JR, 19.0 (1.73); 3. Matt Kalisch, ENMU, SR, 15.5 (1.41); 4. Aston Whiteside, ACU, JR, 14.5 (1.21); 5. Alex Moore, SOSU, SR, 13.5 (1.23) FUMBLES FORCED: 1. Shad Baichtal, WTAMU, SR, 4 (0.33 per game); 2. L.B. Suggs, ACU, SO, 3 (0.27); 3. Tressor Baptiste, TAMUK, SR, 3 (0.25); 4. Neiko Conway, MSU, FR, 2 (0.22); Leonard Jackson, A&M-C, 2 (0.22) FUMBLES RECOVERED: 1. Brandon Ford, SOSU, JR, 3 (0.27 per game); 2. Logan Johnson, TARLETON, FR, 2 (0.20); 3. 8 tied with 2 (0.18) PASSES DEFENDED: 1. Tae Evans, WTAMU, SR, 20 (1.67 per game); 2. Rodney Mitchell, ENMU, SR, 15 (1.50); 3. Tavius Bigelow, ENMU, SR, 13 (1.44); 4. Nate Robinson, NSU, JR, 14 (1.27)/ Tillman Stevens, ENMU, SR, 14 (1.27)

Avg 31.4 28.1 26.9 26.5 25.9 24.3 13


2010 LSC Football North Division Awards North Division All-Conference Awards

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE Player Team Wes Wood Eastern New Mexico Southeastern Oklahoma Baylen Laury Josh Birmingham Central Oklahoma Darrin Reeves Southeastern Oklahoma Jessie Poku Eastern New Mexico Trey McVey Northeastern State Texas A&M-Commerce Kenzee Jackson Daniel Morrell Central Oklahoma Darian Dale Eastern New Mexico Ryan Shelley Southeastern Oklahoma Colton Ables Northeastern State Southeastern Oklahoma Ryan Sullivan Travis Kincheloe Southeastern Oklahoma Adam Robinson Eastern New Mexico Chris Cherry Northeastern State Sean Taglialatela Southeastern Oklahoma Eastern New Mexico Taylor Cannon Nate Robinson Northeastern State FIRST TEAM DEFENSE Northeastern State Billy Blackard Eastern New Mexico Bracy McCoy Armonty Bryant East Central Eastern New Mexico Matt Kalisch Johnny Evans Northeastern State Nathan Uland Eastern New Mexico Eastern New Mexico Devin Sweet Danny Mason Texas A&M-Commerce East Central Dontea Smith Nate Robinson Northeastern State Tillman Stevens Eastern New Mexico Southwestern Oklahoma Jonathan Darby Steven Harris Southeastern Oklahoma Northeastern State Cody Lentz Karlton Graves Eastern New Mexico SECOND TEAM OFFENSE Ethan Sharp Central Oklahoma Marcus Graham Texas A&M-Commerce Charles Opeseyitan East Central Marshall Fraley Southwestern Oklahoma Zack Patterson East Central Central Oklahoma Tucker Holland Dolphin Davis Central Oklahoma Eastern New Mexico Carl Bouldin Logan Cawyer Northeastern State T.J. Cleavinger Eastern New Mexico Stephen Speer Southwestern Oklahoma Jake Kessen Central Oklahoma Karlton Graves Eastern New Mexico Cody Ellett Central Oklahoma Chris Robbs Central Oklahoma Drew Patton Northeastern State Bruce Hatton Southwestern Oklahoma SECOND TEAM DEFENSE Henry Niutei Southwestern Oklahoma Dexter Elliot Southeastern Oklahoma Travis Buchanan East Central Travis Boswell Northeastern State Tucker Cason Central Oklahoma Jaron Burgess Southwestern Oklahoma Tyler McGrew East Central Jameel Whitney East Central Marvin Tribble Southwestern Oklahoma Creadell Pennon Central Oklahoma Keno Meadows Central Oklahoma Norris Wrenn East Central Curtis Jackson Eastern New Mexico Ryan Massengale East Central Taylor Cannon Eastern New Mexico Bryce Davis Central Oklahoma

Pos. Year QB So. RB Sr. RB Fr. FB Sr. WR Sr. WR Jr. WR Fr. WR Jr. WR Jr. TE So. OG Jr. OG Jr. OT So. OT Jr. OT Jr. C Sr. PK Jr. RS Jr. DT DT DE DE ILB ILB OLB OLB CB CB S S S P DS

Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

QB RB RB FB WR WR WR WR TE OG OG OT OT C PK PK RS

So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr.

DT DT DE DE ILB ILB OLB OLB CB CB S S S P P DS

Sr. Sr Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. So. So. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

SPECIAL AWARDS Offensive Lineman of the Year: Carlos Savala, East Central Co-Offensive Back of the Year: Wes Wood, Eastern New Mexico and Baylen Laury, Southeastern Oklahoma Receiver of the Year: Trey McVey, Northeastern State Freshman of the Year: Josh Birmingham, Central Oklahoma Defensive Lineman of the Year: Armonty Bryant, East Central Linebacker of the Year: Johnny Evans, Northeastern State Defensive Back of the Year: Tillman Stevens, Eastern New Mexico Coach of the Year: Tim McCarty, East Central HONORABLE MENTION Tyler Vanderzee East Central QB Jr. Logan Turner Southeastern Oklahoma QB So. Northeastern State QB Jr. Kenny Davis Tony Valenzuela Eastern New Mexico RB Sr. Brandon DeFrance Southeastern Oklahoma WR Fr. Chase Kyser Eastern New Mexico WR So. Ryan Corbin Southwestern Oklahoma TE So. East Central TE Fr. Cody Nall Bryce Davis Central Oklahoma TE Jr. Desmond Farris East Central OG Jr. East Central OG Sr. Jon Ramos East Central OT Jr. Carlos Savala Kane Bryen Southwestern Oklahoma OT So. East Central C Sr. Chad Roark Ryan Torres Eastern New Mexico C Sr. Matt Berrey East Central PK Jr. East Central RS Fr. Markell Walker Herbert Byrd Central Oklahoma DT Jr. Texas A&M-Commerce DT Fr. Tevin Moore Sam Moses Central Oklahoma DT So. Lonnell Rice East Central DT Jr. Southeastern Oklahoma DT Jr. Derrick Joslin Alex Moore Southeastern Oklahoma DE Sr. Southwestern Oklahoma DE R-Fr. Cash Johnson Caom Hansen Northeastern State DE Sr. Perrin Sellers Eastern New Mexico ILB Jr. Southwestern Oklahoma ILB Jr. Preston Margain Kerel James East Central ILB Jr. Central Oklahoma ILB So. Turner Troup Airieus Ervin East Central ILB So. Langston Jones Northeastern State OLB Fr. East Central CB Jr. Austin Daniels Rodney Mitchell Eastern New Mexico CB Sr. Northeastern State S Sr. Nick Dobler Markell Walker East Central S Fr. Dalton Wortham East Central DS Fr. Colton Dickinson Southwestern Oklahoma DS So.

North Division Weekly Awards

Date A-30 S-6 S-13 S-20 S-27 O-4 O-11 O-18 O-25 N-1 N-8 N-15

Offensive Wesley Wood, ENMU Trey McVay, NSU Ethan Sharp, UCO Ethan Sharp, UCO Trey McVay, NSU Dustin Stenta, SWOSU Jessie Poku, ENMU Baylen Laury, SE Baylen Laury, SE Tyler Vanderzee, ECU Tyler Vanderzee, ECU Trey McVay, NSU Tony Valenzuela, ENMU

Date Defensive A-30 Matt Kalisch, ENMU S-6 Donald Dangerfield, NSU S-13 Dontae Smith, ECU S-20 No nominees. S-27 Armonty Bryant, ECU O-4 DeMarcus Miller, SWOSU O-11 Tillman Stevens, ENMU O-18 Norris Wrenn, ECU O-25 Dontae Smith, ECU N-1 Armonty Bryant, ECU N-8 Perron Sellers, ENMU N-15 Tavius Bigelow, ENMU Date A-30 S-6 S-13 S-20 S-27 O-4 O-11 O-18 O-25 N-1 N-8 N-15

Special Teams Chris Robbs, UCO Nate Robinson, NSU Chris Peoples, SE Landon Greve, UCO Drew Patton, NSU Chris Robbs, UCO Colton Rainey, SWOSU Chris Peoples, SE Cody Lenz, NSU A. Abo-Mahmood, A&M-C Armonty Bryant, ECU A. Abo-Mahmood, A&M-C

North Division All-Academic Awards Player, Pos. Karlton Graves, OT Chris Robbs, K Cody Gragg, WR Nick Dobler, S Nathan Uland, LB Tucker Holland, WR Tucker Cason, LB Welton Johnson, CB Travis Kincheloe, OL Stephen Speer, OL Stefan Mills, RB Chase Kyser, WR

Team Eastern New Mexico Central Oklahoma Southwestern Oklahoma Northeastern State Eastern New Mexico Central Oklahoma Central Oklahoma Southeastern Oklahoma Southeastern Oklahoma Southwestern Oklahoma Eastern New Mexico Eastern New Mexico

Year Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. So. So.

Major Political Science Nursing Technology Hlth&Human Perf. Finance Chemistry Kinesiology HPER Undecided Accounting Mathematics Education

Hometown Brownwood, Texas Dallas, Texas Waukomis, Okla. Topeka, Kan. Denton, Texas Edmond, Okla. Oklahoma City, Okla. Ashdown, Ark. Georgetown, Texas Arlington, Texas Clovis, N.M. Roswell, N.M.

SPECIAL RECOGNITION Academic Player of the Year: Karlton Graves, Eastern New Mexico

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LSC Football 2010 South Division Awards South Division All-Conference Awards

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE Player Team Pos. Year Mitchell Gale Abilene Christian QB So. Kelvin Thompson West Texas A&M RB Sr. Tarleton State RB Jr. Evan Robertson Emery Dudensing Abilene Christian FB Sr. Edmond Gates Abilene Christian WR Sr. West Texas A&M WR Sr. Stephon Burton West Texas A&M WR Jr. Tyson Williams Midwestern State WR Jr. David Little Abilene Christian TE Jr. Ben Gibbs Abilene Christian OG Sr. Royland Tubbs Midwestern State OG Sr. Hank Gilley Midwestern State OT Jr. Amini Silatolu Abilene Christian OT Sr. Trevis Turner Abilene Christian C Jr. Matt Webber West Texas A&M PK R-Fr. Sergio Castillo Angelo State RS Sr. Garrett Tidwell FIRST TEAM DEFENSE Abilene Christian DT Sr. Marvin Jones Johnny Tivao Texas A&M-Kingsville DT Jr. Abilene Christian DE Jr. Aston Whiteside Abilene Christian DE Sr. Fred Thompson West Texas A&M DE Sr. Kyle Thomas Texas A&M-Kingsville ILB Sr. Tressor Baptiste Abilene Christian ILB Sr. Kevin Washington West Texas A&M OLB Sr. Shad Baichtol Abilene Christian OLB Sr. Courtney Lane West Texas A&M CB Sr. Tae Evans West Texas A&M CB Jr. Caleb Randolph Texas A&M-Kingsville S Sr. Corey Robertson West Texas A&M S Jr. Curtis Jefferson Texas A&M-Kingsville S Sr. DeIra Glover Angelo State P Jr. George Shamblin West Texas A&M DS Sr. Dan Sherwood SECOND TEAM OFFENSE Zach Eskridge Midwestern State QB Sr. Midwestern State RB Jr. Lester Bush RB So. Jonathon Woodson Texas A&M-Kingsville Angelo State FB Sr. John Norcott Angelo State WR So. Dakari Pecikonis Ryan Lincoln Texas A&M-Kingsville WR Sr. Abilene Christian WR Sr. Kendrick Johnson Brittan Golden West Texas A&M WR Jr. Nate Bayless Angelo State TE Jr. Texas A&M-Kingsville OG Sr. Colby Lowrie Austin Sumrall Angelo State OG So. Neal Tivis Abilene Christian OT Jr. Texas A&M-Kingsville OT Sr. Trent Perkins Hector Rodriquez West Texas A&M C Jr. Texas A&M-Kingsville PK Sr. Christian Brom Kendrick Johnson Abilene Christian RS Sr. SECOND TEAM DEFENSE Donald Moore Abilene Christian DT Jr. West Texas A&M DT Jr. Dishon Robertson Tarleton State DE Sr. Jamaal Steamer Matt Romig Texas A&M-Kingsville DE So. Marcus Sanders Texas A&M-Kingsville ILB Jr. Kyle Voss West Texas A&M ILB So. Midwestern State OLB Sr. Austin McDaniel Angelo State OLB Sr. Brandon Mayes James Williams Abilene Christian CB Sr. Texas A&M-Kingsville CB Jr. Derrick Thomas II Abilene Christian S Jr. Darien Williams West Texas A&M S So. Jordan Smith S Jr. Kendrick Matthews Texas A&M-Kingsville Mark Sprague Abilene Christian P Sr. Texas A&M-Kingsville DS R-Fr. Derek Tesch SPECIAL AWARDS Co-Offensive Lineman of the Year: Royland Tubbs, Abilene Christian and Amini Silatolu, Midwestern State Fall Media Guide 2011

Offensive Back of the Year: Mitchell Gale, Abilene Christian Receiver of the Year: Edmund Gates, Abilene Christian Freshman of the Year: Daryl Cantu-Harkless, Abilene Christian Defensive Lineman of the Year: Aston Whiteside, Abilene Christian Linebacker of the Year: Tressor Baptiste, Texas A&M-Kingsville Defensive Back of the Year: Tae Evans, West Texas A&M Coach of the Year: Chris Thomsen, Abilene Christian HONORABLE MENTION Angelo State QB Sr. Josh Neiswander West Texas A&M QB Sr. Taylor Harris Tarleton State QB Sr. Nick Stephens Abilene Christian RB Jr. Daryl Richardson RB R-Fr. Daryl Cantu-Harkless Abilene Christian Incarnate Word RB So. Trent Rios Donald Geis Incarnate Word FB Jr. Texas A&M-Kingsville WR R-Fr. Robert Armstrong Texas A&M-Kingsville WR So. Sherman Batiste Andrew Mocio Incarnate Word TE So. Isaiah Lewis West Texas A&M OG Sr. Josh Perez Abilene Christian OG R-Fr. Tarleton State OG Sr. Bubba Wagner Incarnate Word OG So. Ty Warnasch Dan Sherwood West Texas A&M OT Sr. Angelo State OT Jr. Conner Cook Midwestern State OT So. Ricki Gomez Bobby Parsons Midwestern State C Sr. Texas A&M-Kingsville C Sr. Timothy Byerly Tarleton State C Sr. Mike Hernandez Abilene Christian PK So. Morgan Lineberry Jose Martinez Midwestern State PK Sr. Abilene Christian PK R-Fr. Spencer Covey Arron Fisher Texas A&M-Kingsville RS Jr. Jonathon Woodson Texas A&M-Kingsville RS So. Tommy Hampton West Texas A&M RS Jr. Brandon Lowery Tarleton State RS Fr. Angelo State DT Sr. Cody Smith Texas A&M-Kingsville DT Sr. Dondi Cooks II Midwestern State DT Sr. J.D. Corcoran Midwestern State DE Jr. Kevin Birdow Angelo State DE Sr. Devin McDonald Jacob Rowe Tarleton State DE Sr. West Texas A&M DE Jr. Rashad Sanders Austin Benson Angelo State ILB So. Eric Edwards Abilene Christian ILB Sr. Tarleton State ILB Jr. Damian Perkins Dakota Mawyer Incarnate Word ILB So. Bryson Lewis Abilene Christian OLB Sr. West Texas A&M OLB So. Kevin McCluskey Brandon Johnson Tarleton State CB Sr. Angelo State CB Sr. Markeith Jones LB Suggs Abilene Christian S So. Lonnie Buchanan Tarleton State S Sr. Abilene Christian S Jr. Richard Havins Angelo State S So. Alvin Johnson Brent Schroeder Abilene Christian DS Fr. Avery Rigg Angelo State DS Jr.

South Division Weekly Awards Date A-30 S-6 S-13 S-20 S-27 O-4 O-11 O-18 O-25 N-1 N-8 N-15

Offensive No nominees. Nate Poppell, TAMUK Mitchell Gale, ACU Dekarai Pecikonis, ASU Trent Rios, UIW Keidrick Jackson, MSU Mitchell Gale, ACU Stephen Burton, WTAMU Saleem Hakim, Tarleton Taylor Harris, WTAMU J. Woodson, TAMUK Daryl Richardson, ACU Josh Neiswander, ASU

Date Defensive A-30 No nominees. S-6 Matt Romig, TAMUK S-13 DeIra Glover, TAMUK S-20 Chase Hooper, MSU S-27 Kevin Washington, ACU O-4 Shad Baichtal, WTAMU O-11 Josh Luck, TAMUK O-18 DeIra Glover, TAMUK O-25 Curtis Jefferson, WTAMU N-1 Neiko Conway, MSU N-8 James Williams, ACU N-15 J.D. Corcoran, MSU Date Special Teams A-30 No nominees. S-6 D. Cantu-Harkless, ACU S-13 Chris Jones, ACU S-20 Jose Martinez, MSU S-27 Morgan Lineberry, ACU O-4 Jacob Rowe, Tarleton O-11 Dekarai Pecikonis, ASU O-18 Christian Brom, TAMUK O-25 Christian Brom, TAMUK N-1 George Shamblen, ASU N-8 Garrett Tidwell, ASU N-15 Sergio Castillo, WTAMU

South Division All-Academic Awards Player, Pos. Team Year Major Hometown Zack Eskridge, QB Midwestern State Sr. Radiology Rowlett, Texas Emery Dudensing, FB Abilene Christian Sr. Mathematics Rule, Texas Charles Segura, OG Incarnate Word Jr. Accounting San Antonio, Texas Josh Neiswander, QB Angelo State Grad Business Admin. Winnsboro, Texas Aaron Mullane, OL West Texas A&M So. Biology Amarillo, Texas Ryan Merryman, C Angelo State Jr. Math Marlin, Texas Dan Sherwood, OL West Texas A&M Grad Sports & Exer. Sciences Amarillo, Texas Curtis Jefferson, DB West Texas A&M Jr. Sports & Exer. Sciences Houston, Texas John McSheffery, LB West Texas A&M Jr. Sports & Exer. Sciences Sulphur Springs, Texas Trent Rios, RB Incarnate Word So. Business Mgmt. Spring Branch, Texas Brandon Johnson, DB Tarleton State Sr. Kinesiology Giddings, Texas SPECIAL RECOGNITION: Academic Player of the Year: Zack Eskridge, Midwestern State 15


LSC Football Records TEAM (Single Game)

TOTAL YARDS: 7,082, Abilene Christian, 2007 TOTAL YARDS PER GAME: 569.9, Texas A&I, 1976 POINTS: 639, Abilene Christian, 2007 POINTS PER GAME: 52.3, Abilene Christian, 2008 KICKING POINTS: 128, Abilene Christian, 2010 PUNTS: 92, Stephen F. Austin, 1978 PUNTING YARDS: 3,630, East Texas State, 1986 WINS: 14, Angelo State, 1978; Southwest Texas, 1982 LONGEST WIN STREAK: 42, Texas A&I, 1973-77 LONGEST UNDEFEATED STREAK: 46, Texas A&I, 1973-77 FEWEST CARRIES ALLOWED: 289, Texas A&M Commerce, 2006 FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED: 485, East Texas State, 1952 FEWEST RUSH. YARDS ALLOWED/GAME: 48.5, East Texas St., 1952 FEWEST PASS COMPLETIONS ALLOWED: 35, Sam Houston, 1956 FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED: 443, Sam Houston, 1956 FEWEST PASS. YARDS ALLOWED/GAME: 49.2, Sam Houston, 1956 FEWEST PLAYS ALLOWED: 427, Lamar, 1958 FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED: 1,329, Sam Houston, 1956, 1964 FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED/GAME: 147.7, Sam Houston, 1956 FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED: 34, Southwest Texas, 1948 INTERCEPTIONS: 37, Texas A&I, 1970 TURNOVERS: 52, East Texas State, 1990 TURNOVERS PER GAME: 4.7, East Texas State, 1990

RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 96, Texas A&I vs. Angelo State, 1982 RUSHING YARDS: 586, SW Texas vs. Prairie View, 1978 PASSING ATTEMPTS: 95, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 PASS COMPLETIONS: 64, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 PASSING YARDS: 695, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS: 7, West Texas St. vs. Texas A&I, 1986; West Texas A&M at Adams State, 2007; East Central vs. Angelo State, 2007; West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian, Nov. 22, 2008; Eastern New Mexico vs Southern Nazarene, Aug 28, 2010 TOTAL PLAYS: 121, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 TOTAL YARDS: 810, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008 PUNT RETURNS: 12, East Texas State vs. North Texas, 1933 PUNT RETURN YARDS: 224, Angelo State vs. McMurry, 1969 KICK RETURNS: 13, East Texas State vs. Arkansas State, 1987 KICK RET. YARDS: 304, Texas A&M-Kingsville vs. West Texas A&M, 2008 PUNTS: 32, Sam Houston vs. East Texas State, 1946 PUNTING YARDS: 1,203, Sam Houston vs. East Texas State, 1946 PUNTS (both teams): 63, Sam Houston vs. East Texas State, 1946 PUNTING YARDS (both teams): 2,390, Sam Houston vs. East Texas State, 1946 POINTS: 93, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008 KICKING POINTS: 21, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 TOUCHDOWNS: 13, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008 PATs: 11, West Texas A&M vs. N.M. Highlands, 2005; Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008; West Texas A&M at Southwestern Okla., Sep 11, 2010 PAT ATTEMPTS: 12, East Texas State vs. Northwestern Okla., 1953; West Texas A&M vs. NM Highlands, 2005 FIELD GOALS: 6, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED: 7, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 INTERCEPTIONS: 9, Stephen F. Austin vs. Sam Houston, 1949 INT. RETURN YARDS: 188, Abilene Christian vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1982 ATTENDANCE: 23,276, Eastern New Mexico at West Texas A&M, 2007 FEWEST CARRIES ALLOWED: 12, Texas A&I vs. Tarleton, 1970; Texas A&MCommerce vs. West Texas A&M, 2005; Northeastern State vs. West Texas A&M, 2006 FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED: Minus-77, McMurry vs.Abilene Christian, 1968 FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED: Minus-38, Tarleton State vs. Baptist Christian, 1974 FEWEST PASS COMPLETIONS ALLOWED: 0, East Texas State vs. Sam Houston, 1946; Sam Houston vs. East Texas State, 1946; Howard Payne vs. East Central, 1959; Southwest Texas vs. Texas Lutheran, 1965; Howard Payne vs. Texas A&I, 1959; Southwest Texas vs. Howard Payne, 1965; Stephen F. Austin vs. NW Louisiana, 1971; East Texas State vs. Angelo State, 1971; Texas A&I vs. Southwest Texas,1974; Texas A&I vs. Livingston, 1978; Sam Houston vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1980; Texas A&I vs. Howard Payne, 1986; Cameron vs. Central State (Okla.), 1988; Cameron vs. Texas A&I, 1990; East Texas State vs. Henderson, 1993; Eastern New Mexico vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1999; Southwestern Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M Commerce, 2006; Angelo State vs. Eastern New Mexico, 2007; Abilene Christian vs. Eastern New Mexico, 2007; Northeastern State at Eastern New Mexico, 2007 FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED: 0, All games above and Angelo State vs. Central St. (Okla.), 1973; Southwestern Okla. vs. Okla. Panhandle State, 2001; Midwestern State vs. Western N.M., 2001; Southwestern Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M Commerce, 2006; Angelo State vs. Eastern New Mexico, 2007; Abilene Christian vs. Eastern New Mexico, 2007; Northeastern State at Eastern New Mexico, 2007 FEWEST TOTAL PLAYS ALLOWED: 30, Howard Payne vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1959

INDIVIDUAL (Longest Plays) LONGEST RUN: 99, JT Thompson, Eastern New Mexico vs. East Central, 2007; Keithon Flemming, West Texas A&M vs. Angelo State, 2007 LONGEST PASS: 99, Binky Ford to Frankie Reescano, Sam Houston vs. Howard Payne, 1980; Matt Morris to Casey Cowan, Texas A&M-Commerce vs. Midwestern State, 1997; Taylor Harris to Stephen Burton, West Texas A&M vs Tarleton State, 2010 LONGEST PUNT RETURN: 100, Leonard Avery, Texas A&I vs. Slippery Rock, 1976; Marcus Bonner, Texas A&I vs. Northern Arizona, 1980; Justin Parson, Tarleton State vs. Central Oklahoma, 2003 LONGEST KICK RETURN: 100, Johnny Stovall, North Texas vs. Sam Houston, 1936; Bob Sloan, East Texas State vs. Midwestern State,1950; Marvin Brown, East Texas State vs. Midwestern State, 1951; Gary Berry, East Texas State vs. Sam Houston, 1958; Dwight Harrison, Texas A&I vs. Southwest Texas, 1967; Wylie Turner, Angelo State vs. Sam Houston, 1976; Joe Ferris, Southwest Texas vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1980; Steve Parker, Abilene Christian vs. Angelo State, 1982; Rufus Smith, Eastern N.M. vs. Howard Payne, 1985; Darrell Whitaker, Eastern N.M. vs. N.M. Highlands, 1994; Jurome Lee, Angelo State vs.West Texas A&M, 1995; Norman Miller, Texas A&M-Kingsville vs. Portland State, 1995; Cliff Douglas, West Texas A&M vs. Southwestern Okla., 1996; Kareem Larrimore, West Texas A&M vs. Okla. Panhandle St., 1998; Derrick Foster, Texas A&M-Kingsville vs. Angelo St., 1999; Anthony Armstrong, West Texas A&M vs. Eastern N.M., 2003; Corey White, Eastern N.M. vs. Southwestern Okla., 2004; Kyle Fox, Angelo State vs. Western State, 2005; Justin Johnson, Abilene Christian vs. Eastern New Mexico, 2009 LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN: 100, Robby Robinett, Southwest Texas vs. Lamar, 1959; Richey Robertson, Stephen F. Austin vs. East Central, 1966; Byron Shaw, Texas A&I vs. Sul Ross, 1972; James Cross, Angelo St. vs. Sul Ross, 1974; Emmuel Thompson, Texas A&I vs. Central St. (Okla.), 1979; B. Tillman, Harding vs.Northeastern St., 1999; Tonmar Johnson, Eastern N.M. vs. Midwestern St., 1999; Justin Hibler, Eastern N.M. vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 2000; Fred Shaw, Central Okla. vs. Tarleton St., 2004; Markell Walker, East Central at Southeastern Okla., 2010 LONGEST PUNT: 89, Mark Bounds, West Texas State vs. Central State (Okla.), 1990 LONGEST FIELD GOAL: 69, Ove Johansson, Abilene Christian vs. East Texas State, 1976

TEAM (Season)

INDIVIDUAL (Single Game)

RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 689, Texas A&I, 1986 RUSHING YARDS: 4,342, Texas A&I, 1986 RUSHING YARDS PER GAME: 395.2, Texas A&I, 1986 PASSING ATTEMPTS: 749, Eastern New Mexico, 2009 PASS COMPLETIONS: 460, Eastern New Mexico, 2009 PASS COMPLETIONS PER GAME: 41.8, Eastern New Mexico, 2009 PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE: .718 (249-347), Midwestern State, 2009 PASSING YARDS: 5,155, West Texas A&M, 2007 PASSING YARDS PER GAME: 448, Eastern New Mexico, 2009 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS: 51, West Texas A&M, 2007 TOTAL PLAYS: 1,028, Eastern New Mexico, 2009

POINTS SCORED: 42, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008 TOUCHDOWNS: 7, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008 POINTS SCORED KICKING: 21, Taylor Cannon, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 49, Kenneth Parks, East Texas State vs. Carson-Newman, 1972 RUSHING YARDS: 342, Carlton Booe, Northeastern State vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 1998 16

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LSC Football Records PASSING ATTEMPTS: 94, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009 PASS COMPLETIONS: 64, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009 PASSING YARDS: 695, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS: 7, Keith Null, West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian, Nov. 22, 2008; Wesley Wood, Eastern New Mexico vs Southern Nazarene, Aug 28, 2010 TOTAL PLAYS: 102, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009 TOTAL YARDS: 681, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009 RECEPTIONS: 15, Alester Givens, Tarleton St. vs. Midwestern St., 2001; Cory Sims, Texas A&M-Commerce vs. Midwestern St., 2002 RECEIVING YARDS: 323, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian, Nov. 22, 2008 RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS: 5, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian, Nov. 22, 2008 PUNT RETURNS: 10, Kerry Simien, Texas A&I vs. West Texas A&M, 1988 PUNT RETURN YARDS: 224, Bobby Menchaca, Angelo State vs. McMurry, 1969 KICK RETURNS: 8, Sam Tarrant, East Texas State vs. Southwest Texas, 1979; Brandon Williams, Midwestern State at Abilene Christian, 2008; Kenzee Jackson, Texas A&M-Commerce at Eastern New Mexico, Sep 25, 2010; Tommy Hampton, West Texas A&M at Central Missouri, Nov 20, 2010 KICK RETURN YARDS: 218, Kenzee Jackson, Texas A&M-Commerce at Eastern New Mexico, Sep 25, 2010 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS: 409, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian at West Texas A&M, Oct. 18, 2008 PUNTS: 32, Jan Jones, Sam Houston vs. East Texas State, 1946 PUNTING YARDS: 1,203, Jan Jones, Sam Houston vs. East Texas State, 1946 INTERCEPTIONS: 5, Alfredo Avila, Sul Ross vs. East Texas State, 1966 INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS: 122, Autry Beamon, East Texas State vs. East Central, 1972 PATs: 11, Matt Adams, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008; Todd Phillips, West Texas A&M at Southwestern Okla., Sep 11, 2010 PAT ATTEMPTS: 11, Jack Kyle, Sam Houston vs. Brooke Army, 1949 (made 9); Matt Adams, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008 (made 11); Todd Phillips, West Texas A&M at Southwestern Okla., Sep 11, 2010 (made 11) FIELD GOALS: 6, Taylor Cannon, Eastern New Mexico vs Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED: 7, Taylor Cannon, Eastern New Mexico vs Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009

PUNT RETURN AVG.: 22.1, Curtis Guyton, East Texas State, 1965 KICK RETURNS: 34, T.J. Jones, Eastern New Mexico, 1996 KICK RETURN YARDS: 975, Jerome Hewitt, Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 KICK RETURN AVG.: 38.0, David Hurst, East Texas State, 1949 PUNTS: 89, Rick Kinsey, Stephen F. Austin, 1978 PUNTING YARDS: 3,509, Dan Roberson, East Texas State, 1986 PUNTING AVG.: 46.8, Bill Huffman, Sul Ross, 1960 INTERCEPTIONS: 14, Alfredo Avila, Sul Ross, 1966 INT. RETURN YARDS: 318, Autry Beamon, East Texas State, 1972 POINTS: 204, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2008 (234*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007) TOUCHDOWNS: 34, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2008 (39*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007) PATs: 82, Matt Adams, Abilene Christian, 2007 PAT ATTEMPTS: 86, Matt Adams, Abilene Christian, 2007 CONSECUTIVE PATs: 46, Pete Cuva, Southeastern Oklahoma, 2004 FIELD GOALS: 21, Morgan Lineberry, Abilene Christian, 2010 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 30, Jared Homer, Northeastern State, 2008; Morgan Lineberry, Abilene Christian, 2010 CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS: 15, Paul Williams, Tarleton State, 2005 FIELD GOAL ACCURACY: 100% (15-15) Paul Williams, Tarleton State, 2005 KICKING POINTS: 117, Matt Adams, Abilene Christian, 2008 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS: 2,982, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2008

INDIVIDUAL (Career) RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 885, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 RUSHING YARDS: 6,320, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 AVG. YARDS PER RUSH: 7.3, Larry Collins, Texas A&I, 1974-77 (8.4*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007-08) AVG. YARDS PER GAME: 162.1, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 (172.8*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007-08) MOST 100-YARD GAMES: 36, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 MOST 200-YARD GAMES: 13, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 PASSING ATTEMPTS: 1,320, Billy Malone, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 PASS COMPLETIONS: 818, Billy Malone, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 PASS COMPLETION PCT.: .675, Keith Null, West Texas A&M, 2005-08 PASSING YARDS: 12,012, Billy Malone, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 PASSING YARDS PER GAME: 305.3, Keith Null, West Texas A&M, 2005-08 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS: 114, Billy Malone, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 TOTAL PLAYS: 1,821, Ned Cox, Angelo State, 1983-86 TOTAL YARDS: 12,080, Billy Malone, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 TOTAL YARDS PER GAME: 298.5, Keith Null, West Texas A&M, 2005-08 RECEPTIONS: 244, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M, 2004-08 RECEIVING YARDS: 4,108, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M, 2004-08 RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME: 97.8, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M, 2004-08 RECEIVING YARDS PER CATCH: 23.2, Romar Crenshaw, Southeastern Oklahoma, 2000-03 RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS: 45, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M, 2004-08 PUNTING AVERAGE: 43.2, Bill Dement, Angelo State, 1968-71 PUNT RETURN YARDS: 1,212, Larry Pullin, Texas A&I, 1965-68 PUNT RETURN AVG.: 18.5, Curtis Guyton, East Texas State, 1965-66 KICK RETURN YARDS: 1,517, Jerry Clement, Stephen F. Austin, 1962-65 KICK RETURN AVG.: 25.3, Jerry Clement, Stephen F. Austin, 1962-65 INTERCEPTIONS: 36, Alfredo Avila, Sul Ross, 1963-66 INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS: 535, Autry Beamon, East Texas State,1971-74 POINTS: 426, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 (438*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007-08) TOUCHDOWNS: 70, Wilbert Montgomery, Abilene Christian, 1973-76; Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 (73*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007-08) PATs: 213, Matt Adams, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 PAT ATTEMPTS: 222, Matt Adams, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 CONSECUTIVE PATs: 76, Bryan Thompson, Angelo State, 1987-90 FIELD GOALS: 59, J.W. Boren, Tarleton State, 1999-2002 (att. 83) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 84, Billy Watkins, East Texas State, 1990-93 CONSECUTIVE FGs: 24, Paul Williams, Tarleton State, 2004-06 KICKING POINTS: 339, Matt Adams, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS: 7,803, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89

INDIVIDUAL (Season) RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 317, Gerome Castleberry, East Central, 2002 RUSHING YARDS: 2,156, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2008 (2,165*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007) RUSHING YARDS PER CARRY: 10.4, Clem Franks, Texas A&I, 1976 RUSHING YARDS PER GAME: 182.8, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986 RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS: 28, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2008 (35*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007) MOST 100-YD RUSHING GAMES: 12, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2008 MOST 200-YD GAMES RUSHING: 5, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986 PASSING ATTEMPTS: 647, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico 2009 PASS COMPLETIONS: 404, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico 2009 PASS COMPLETION PCT.: .720 (118-164), Rahsaan Bell, Midwestern State, 2007 PASSING YARDS: 5,097, Keith Null, West Texas A&M, 2008 PASSING YARDS/GAME: 437.3, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico 2009 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS: 48, Keith Null, West Texas A&M, 2008 PASS COMPLETIONS PER GAME: 40.4, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico 2009 MOST 200-YARD GAMES PASSING: 13, Billy Malone, Abilene Christian, 2007; Keith Null, West Texas A&M, 2008 TOTAL PLAYS: 734, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico 2009 TOTAL YARDS: 4,976, Keith Null, West Texas A&M, 2008 TOTAL YARDS/GM: 436.7, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico 2009 RECEPTIONS: 96, Tyson Williams, West Texas A&M, 2010 RECEIVING YARDS: 1,867, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M, 2008 RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME: 143.6, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M, 2008 RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS: 22, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M, 2008 PUNT RETURNS: 35, Johnnie Jones, Central Oklahoma, 1998 PUNT RETURN YARDS: 526, Byron Shaw, Texas A&I, 1973 Fall Media Guide 2011

Bold indicates the record was broken last season (2010) * Record vacated because of NCAA penalties. (NOTE: Texas A&I became Texas A&M-Kingsville in 1993; West Texas State became West Texas A&M in 1993; and East Texas State became Texas A&M-Commerce in 1996).

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LSC Football Records LSC Football Champions Year Champion(s) 1932 North Texas State 1933 East Texas State 1934 East Texas State 1935 East Texas State, North Texas State, Stephen F. Austin 1936 North Texas State 1937 East Texas State 1938 East Texas State 1939 North Texas State 1940 North Texas State 1941 North Texas State 1942 East Texas State 1946 North Texas State 1947 North Texas State 1948 Southwest Texas 1949 East Texas State 1950 Sul Ross State 1951 East Texas State 1952 East Texas State 1953 East Texas State 1954 East Texas State, Southwest Texas 1955 East Texas State, Sam Houston, Southwest Texas 1956 Sam Houston 1957 East Texas State, Lamar 1958 East Texas State 1959 East Texas State, Texas A&I 1960 Texas A&I 1961 Sam Houston 1962 Texas A&I 1963 Southwest Texas 1964 Sam Houston 1965 Sul Ross State 1966 East Texas State 1967 Texas A&I 1968 Texas A&I 1969 East Texas State, Texas A&I 1970 Texas A&I 1971 Howard Payne, Southwest Texas 1972 East Texas State 1973 Abilene Christian 1974 Texas A&I 1975 Texas A&I 1976 Texas A&I 1977 Abilene Christian, Texas A&I 1978 Angelo State 1979 Texas A&I 1980 Southwest Texas 1981 Southwest Texas 1982 Southwest Texas 1983 East Texas State, Southwest Texas 1984 Angelo State 1985 Texas A&I 1986 West Texas State 1987 Angelo State, Texas A&I 1988 Texas A&I 1989 Texas A&I 1990 East Texas State 1991 Eastern New Mexico 1992 Texas A&I 1993 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1994 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1995 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1996 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1997 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1998 Central Oklahoma 1999 Central Oklahoma, Northeastern State, Southeastern Oklahoma 2000 Northeastern State 2001 Tarleton State, Texas A&M-Kingsville 2002 Texas A&M-Kingsville 2003 Texas A&M-Kingsville 2004 Texas A&M-Kingsville 2005 West Texas A&M

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

West Texas A&M West Texas A&M Abilene Christian Midwestern State Tarleton State Texas A&M-Kingsville Abilene Christian

LSC Football Championships Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas A&M-Commerce Southwest Texas State North Texas State West Texas A&M Sam Houston State Abilene Christian Angelo State Central Oklahoma Northeastern State Sul Ross State Tarleton State Eastern New Mexico Howard Payne Lamar Southeastern Oklahoma Stephen F. Austin Midwestern State

27 20 9 8 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

LSC Annual Scoring Leaders Year Player 2010 Josh Birmingham, UCO 2009 Fred Winborn, TAMUK 2008 Bernard Scott, ACU 2007 Bernard Scott, ACU Matt Adams, ACU 2006 Ulysses Odoms, MSU 2005 Kyle Fox, ASU 2004 Derek Ross, TSU 2003 Larry Williams, TAMUK 2002 Larry Williams, TAMUK 2001 Romar Crenshaw, SOSU 2000 Dominic Rhodes, MSU 1999 Carlton Booe, NSU 1998 Carlton Booe, NSU 1997 Chris Pierson, Harding Chris Brazzell, ASU Ryan Logan, UCO 1996 Jubarko Gaines, UCO 1995 Jason Smith, ETSU 1994 Joe Aska, UCO 1993 Angel Alvarez, ACU Glenn Starks, UCO 1992 Michael Hightower, ETSU Billy Watkins, ETSU 1991 Billy Watkins, ETSU 1990 Billy Watkins, ETSU 1989 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I 1988 Heath Sherman, Texas A&I 1987 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I 1986 Heath Sherman, Texas A&I 1985 Wesley Williams, ASU 1984 Neal La Hue, Texas A&I 1983 Boo Jones, ACU 1982 Ron Jacoby, SWT 1981 Donnie Williams, SWT 1980 Marcus Bonner, Texas A&I 1979 Paul Hood, SFA 1978 Jerry Aldridge, ASU 1977 Alex Davis, ACU 1976 Larry Collins, Texas A&I Richard Ritchie, Texas A&I 1975 Aundra Thompson, ETSU 1974 Wilbert Montgomery, ACU 1973 Wilbert Montgomery, ACU 1972 Kenneth Parks, ETSU 1971 Charles Louis, HPU Bobby Hammer, HPU 1970 Willie Dickson, Sul Ross 1969 Arthur James, ETSU George Daskalakes, ETSU 1968 Arthur James, ETSU 1967 David Morrison, SWT 1966 David Morrison, SWT

Points 126 114 204 234* 115 96 114 134 114 108 114 108 102 104 78 78 78 78 90 92 60 60 78 78 83 76 96 120 120 138 114 68 68 72 96 78 104 84 100 82 82 126 102 188 72 84 84 102 86 86 80 114 59

1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1941 1940

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Jacob Henry, Sul Ross Joe Bednarski, SWT Rex Turner, SWT Rex Turner, SWT Bobby Jancik, Lamar Sid Blanks, Texas A&I Ronnie Fontenot, Lamar Joe Harbour, ETSU Gary Berry, ETSU Bobby Grisham, Sam Houston Bennie Boles, Sam Houston Bobby Baldwin, Sam Houston Mac Moore, Sam Houston Marvin Brown, ETSU Marvin Brown, ETSU Jack Kyle, Sam Houston Jack Kyle, Sam Houston Gerald Leverman, Trinity Edward Matson, Trinity J.C. Meeks, ETSU Don Hightower, Sam Houston

72 48 78 58 62 66 67 54 66 60 60 80 71 114 102 70 58 78 73 47 49

LSC Career Rushing Leaders Yards Player 6,320 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I 4,654 Heath Sherman, Tex. A&I 4,511 Larry Collins, Texas A&I 4,359 DeWayne Miles, WTAMU 4,321* Bernard Scott, ACU 4,285 Arthur James, ETSU 4,038 Larry Williams, TAMUK 3,884 Michael Benton, ENMU 3,747 Aundra Thompson, ETSU 3,741 Jerry Austin, ASU

Years 1986-89 1985-88 1974-77 1998-01 2007-08 1966-69 2001-04 2004-07 1972-75 1969-72

LSC Annual Rushing Leaders Year Player 2010 Josh Birmingham, UCO 2009 Fred Winborn, TAMUK 2008 Bernard Scott, ACU 2007 Bernard Scott, ACU Michael Benton, ENMU 2006 Daniel Polk, MSU 2005 Derrick Ross, TSU 2004 Derrick Ross, TSU 2003 Larry Williams, TAMUK 2002 Gerome Castleberry, ECU 2001 Gerome Castleberry, ECU 2000 DeWayne Miles, WTAMU 1999 Carlton Booe, NSU 1998 Reggie Donner, UCO 1997 Chris Pierson, Harding 1996 Jubarko Gaines, UCO 1995 Derrick Johnson, ENMU 1994 Joe Aska, UCO 1993 Tyrone Jones, UCO 1992 Tyrone Jones, UCO 1991 Landrum Hale, ENMU 1990 Andre Tucker, ENMU 1989 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I 1988 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I 1987 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I 1986 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I 1985 Heath Sherman, Texas A&I 1984 Anthony Thomas, ACU 1983 Ricky Dirks, ETSU 1982 Roger Wiley, Sam Houston 1981 Cary Noiel, ETSU 1980 Anthony Jonson, ASU 1979 Paul Hood, SFA 1978 Jerry Aldridge, ASU 1977 Mike Richardson, ETSU 1976 Larry Collins, Texas A&I 1975 Aundra Thompson, ETSU 1974 Don Hardeman, Texas A&I 1973 Craig Powell, ETSU 1972 Kenneth Parks, ETSU 1971 Jerry Austin, ASU 1970 Jerry Austin, ASU 1969 Arthur James, ETSU 1968 Arthur James, ETSU 1967 Arthur James, ETSU 1966 Danny Foust, Sul Ross

Yards 1,250 1,295 2,156 2,165* 1,458 1,199 1,512 1,560 1,570 1,379 1,308 1,524 1,370 1,432 1,299 1,233 1,265 1,629 1,108 1,075 1,098 965 1,269 1,442 1,598 2,011 1,111 1,096 1,299 1,079 1,307 1,003 1,332 1,493 1,095 1,185 1,976 1,355 1,029 1,302 1,199 1,263 1,334 1,538 963 657

1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

Reece Morrison, SWT A.C. Lex, Sul Ross Jerry Clement, SFA Dee White, SWT Sid Blanks, Texas A&I Sid Blanks, Texas A&I Sam McCord, ETSU Geo. Jackson, Sam Houston Bob Nance, Lamar Bob Grisham, Sam Houston Bennie Boles, Sam Houston Norm Cash, Sul Ross Mac Moore, Sam Houston Don Bingham, Sul Ross Mac Moore, Sam Houston Charles Boyles, Sul Ross

919 657 640 707 609 550 887 652 658 706 906 1,225 793 1,090 1,014 1,036

LSC Annual Passing Leaders Year Player 2010 Taylor Harris, WTAMU 2009 JJ Harp, ENMU 2008 Keith Null, WTAMU 2007 Keith Null, WTAMU 2006 Dalton Bell, WTAMU 2005 Dalton Bell, WTAMU 2004 Derek Maupin, WTAMU 2003 Cliff Watkins, TSU 2002 Pete Darnell, ECU 2001 Steve Kelly, TSU 2000 Steve Kelly, TSU 1999 Luke Cullins, Harding 1998 Mitch Brown, MSU 1997 Chad Cole, TSU 1996 Chad Cole, TSU 1995 Grady Benton, WTAMU 1994 Mike Jinks, ASU 1993 Rex Lamberti, ACU 1992 Wilbur Odom, ASU 1991 Bobby Bounds, ETSU 1990 Bobby Bounds, ETSU 1989 Mickey Russell, ASU 1988 Doak Taylor, WTSU 1987 Royce Slechta, ETSU 1986 Tod Mayfield, WTSU 1985 Rex Lamberti, ACU 1984 Bruno Briones, ETSU 1983 Kyle Mackey, ETSU 1982 Loyal Proffitt, ACU 1981 Loyal Proffitt, ACU 1980 Wade Wilson, ETSU 1979 John Mayes, ACU 1978 John Mayes, ACU 1977 John Mayes, ACU 1976 Jim Reese, ACU 1975 Jim Reese, ACU 1974 Lynn Leonard, ASU 1973 Clint Longley, ACU 1972 Will Cureton, ETSU 1971 Jim Duncan, SWT 1970 Jim Dietz, ETSU 1969 Robert Pearce, SFA 1968 J.D. McMahon, TSU 1967 Jesse Perkins, SWT 1966 Terry Oglesby, Texas A&I 1965 Luz Pedraza, Sul Ross 1964 Randy Johnson, Texas A&I 1963 Don Leinneweber, SWT 1962 Windell Hebert, Lamar 1961 Windell Hebert, Lamar 1960 James Williams, ETSU 1959 Harold Stephens, SFA 1958 Dale Byerly, HPU 1957 George Parks, Lamar 1956 Votto Gaddis, SFA 1955 Bobby McBride, SWT 1954 Allen Boren, Sam Houston 1953 Pence Dacus, SWT 1952 Don Gottlob, Sam Houston 1951 James Gray, ETSU 1950 Charles Lafoon, Sul Ross

Yards 4,806 4,373 5,097 4,134 3,998 3,799 3,461 3,547 2,311 3,077 2,782 2,648 2,503 2,674 2,503 2,077 1,897 2,052 1,799 1,825 1,905 2,206 2,379 2,105 3,664 3,010 1,839 1,960 2,243 2,306 1,978 2,352 2,535 2,201 2,309 2,355 1,679 2,719 1,292 1,442 2,000 2,104 2,079 1,625 1,262 1,505 1,414 1,134 1,112 1,138 800 1,265 950 701 846 906 837 1,654 2,325 1,186 959

Lone Star Conference


LSC Football Standings (1947-2010) 2010-Lone Star Conference Rank, Team 1. Abilene Christian 2. Texas A&M-Kingsville 3. West Texas A&M 4. Midwestern State (KB) 5. Northeastern State T6. East Central T6. Angelo State 8. Eastern New Mexico T9. Southeastern Oklahoma T9. Tarleton State T9. Southwestern Oklahoma T9. Incarnate Word T13. Central Oklahoma T13. Texas A&M-Commerce

LSC W-L 10-0 9-1 8-2 7-3 6-4 5-5 5-5 4-6 3-7 3-7 3-7 3-7 2-8 2-8

2010-LSC North Overall Rank, Team W-L T1. Northeastern State 5-1 T1. East Central 5-1 T3. Eastern New Mexico 3-3 T3. Southwestern Okla. 3-3 5. Southeastern Okla. 2-4 6. Texas A&M-Commerce 2-5 7. Central Oklahoma 1-5

North W-L 6-5 5-6 5-6 3-8 3-8 3-8 2-9

2010-LSC South Overall Rank, Team W-L 1. Abilene Christian 6-0 2. Texas A&M-Kingsville 5-1 3. West Texas A&M 4-2 4. Midwestern State 3-3 5. Tarleton State 2-4 6. Angelo State 1-5 7. Incarnate Word 1-6

South W-L 11-1 10-2 8-4 8-4 3-8 5-5 3-8

2009-Lone Star Conference Rank, Team T-1. Tarleton State T-1. Midwestern State T-1. Texas A&M-Kingsville T-4. Abilene Christian T-4. West Texas A&M (KB) T-6. Southeastern Oklahoma T-6. Angelo State T-6. Texas A&M-Commerce 9. Central Oklahoma T-10. Eastern New Mexico T-10. Northeastern State 12. Southwestern Oklahoma 13. East Central

LSC W-L 7-2 7-2 7-2 6-3 6-3 5-4 5-4 5-4 4-5 2-7 2-7 1-8 0-9

2009-LSC North Overall North Rank, Team W-L W-L 1. Texas A&M-Commerce 5-5 5-0 2. Southeastern Oklahoma 7-4 4-1 3. Central Oklahoma 4-7 3-2 4. Northeastern State 2-9 2-3 5. Southwestern Oklahoma 1-10 1-4 6. East Central 0-11 0-5 2009-LSC South Overall South Rank, Team W-L W-L T-1. Tarleton State 10-3 4-2 T-1. Midwestern State 9-3 4-2 T-1. Texas A&M-Kingsville 9-3 4-2 T-1. West Texas A&M 7-5 4-2 5. Abilene Christian 9-4 3-3 6. Angelo State 6-5 2-4 7. Eastern New Mexico 3-8 0-6 2008-Lone Star Conference Rank, Team 1. Abilene Christian 2. West Texas A&M T3. Tarleton State T3. Texas A&M-Kingsville T3. Central Oklahoma T3. Southeastern Oklahoma T7. Midwestern State T7. Texas A&M-Commerce 9. Angelo State 10. East Central T11. Southwestern Oklahoma T11. Eastern New Mexico

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LSC W-L 9-0 8-1 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-3 5-4 5-4 3-6 2-7 1-8 1-8

13. Northeastern State

0-9

2008-LSC North Overall Rank, Team W-L 1. Central Oklahoma 7-4 2. Southeastern Okla. 6-5 3. Texas A&M-Commerce 5-5 4. East Central 3-8 5. Southwestern Okla. 3-8 6. Northeastern State 1-10

Abilene Christian Angelo State Eastern New Mexico Texas A&M-Kingsville

North W-L 5-0 4-1 3-2 2-3 1-4 0-5

2008-LSC South Overall South Rank, Team W-L W-L 1. Abilene Christian 11-1 6-0 2. West Texas A&M 11-2 5-1 T3. Tarleton State 8-3 3-3 T3. Texas A&M-Kingsville 7-4 3-3 T3. Midwestern State 6-4 3-3 6. Angelo State 3-8 1-5 7. Eastern New Mexico 2-9 0-6 2007-Lone Star Conference LSC Rank, Team W-L 1. West Texas A&M 9-0 2. Abilene Christian 8-1 3. Tarleton State 7-2 4. Midwestern State 6-3 5. Texas A&M-Commerce 5-4 6. Southwestern Oklahoma 4-5 7. Central Oklahoma 4-5 8. Eastern New Mexico 3-6 9. Southeastern Oklahoma 3-6 10. Northeastern State 3-6 11. Texas A&M-Kingsville 3-6 12. Angelo State 2-7 13. East Central 2-7 2007-LSC North Rank, Team T-1.Southwestern Okla. T-1. A&M-Commerce T-1. Southeastern Okla. T-1. Central Oklahoma T-1. Northeastern State 6. East Central

Overall North W-L W-L 6-5 3-2 5-6 3-2 4-6 3-2 4-6 3-2 3-7 3-2 2-9 0-5

2007-LSC South Overall Rank, Team W-L 1. West Texas A&M 12-1 2. Abilene Christian 10-3* 3. Tarleton State 9-2 4. Midwestern State 8-3 5. Texas A&M-Kingsville 3-8 6. Angelo State 2-8 7. Eastern New Mexico 5-6

South W-L 6-0 5-1 4-2 3-3 2-4 1-5 0-6

2006-Lone Star Conference Rank, Team 1. West Texas A&M T2. Midwestern State T2. Abilene Christian 4. Tarleton State 5. Southeastern Oklahoma T6. Central Oklahoma T6. Southwestern Oklahoma T6. Northeastern State T6. Texas A&M-Commerce T10. Texas A&M-Kingsville T10. East Central T10. Eastern New Mexico T10. Angelo State

LSC W-L 8-1 7-2 7-2 6-3 5-4 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 2-7 2-7 2-7 2-7

2006-LSC North Overall Rank, Team W-L Southeastern Oklahoma 6-4 Southwestern Oklahoma 6-5 Northeastern State 4-6 Texas A&M-Commerce 5-5 Central Oklahoma 5-6 East Central 2-8

North W-L 4-1 3-2 3-2 2-3 2-3 1-4

2006-LSC South Rank, Team West Texas A&M Tarleton State Midwestern State

South W-L 5-1 5-1 4-2

Overall W-L 11-2 6-4 10-3

8-3 3-7 3-7 3-8

4-2 2-4 1-5 0-6

T10. Northeastern State T10. Southwestern Oklahoma T10. West Texas A&M 13. Texas A&M-Commerce

2-6 2-6 2-6 0-8

2005-Lone Star Conference LSC Rank, Team W-L 1. West Texas A&M 8-1 T2. Southeastern Oklahoma 7-2 T2. Angelo State 7-2 4. Tarleton State 6-3 T5. Midwestern State 5-4 T5. Texas A&M-Commerce 5-4 T5. Texas A&M-Kingsville 5-4 T8. Abilene Christian 4-5 T8. Eastern New Mexico 4-5 10. Central Oklahoma 3-6 T11. East Central 2-7 T11. Northeastern State 2-7 13. Southwestern Oklahoma 0-9

2003-LSC North Overall Rank, Team W-L Tarleton State 8-4 Southeastern Oklahoma 7-3 Central Oklahoma 9-3 Northeastern State 3-7 East Central 3-8 Southwestern Oklahoma 5-6

North W-L 4-1 3-2 3-2 2-3 2-3 1-4

2003-LSC South Rank, Team Texas A&M-Kingsville Abilene Christian Midwestern State Eastern New Mexico West Texas A&M Angelo State Texas A&M-Commerce

South W-L 6-0 5-1 4-2 2-4 2-4 2-4 0-6

2005-LSC North Overall Rank, Team W-L Southeastern Oklahoma 8-2 Texas A&M-Commerce 5-5 Central Oklahoma 3-7 East Central 3-7 Northeastern State 2-8 Southwestern Oklahoma 1-10

North W-L 5-0 4-2 2-3 12-3 2-3 0-5

2005-LSC South Rank, Team West Texas A&M Angelo State Tarleton State Midwestern State Texas A&M-Kingsville Eastern New Mexico Abilene Christian

South W-L 6-1 4-2 3-3 3-3 2-4 2-4 2-4

Overall W-L 10-2 9-3 7-3 6-4 6-4 5-6 4-6

2004-Lone Star Conference LSC Rank, Team W-L 1. Texas A&M-Kingsville 8-1 T2. Southeastern Oklahoma 7-2 T2. Central Oklahoma 7-2 T2. Midwestern State 7-2 5. Tarleton State 6-3 T6. Abilene Christian 5-4 T6. East Central 5-4 T6. Eastern New Mexico 5-4 9. Texas A&M-Commerce 4-5 T10. Angelo State 2-7 T10. West Texas A&M 2-7 12. Southwestern Oklahoma 1-8 13. Northeastern State 0-9 2004-LSC North Overall Rank, Team W-L Southeastern Oklahoma 8-3 Central Oklahoma 8-2 Tarleton State 7-4 East Central 6-4 Southwestern Oklahoma 1-9 Northeastern State 0-10

North W-L 4-1 4-1 3-2 3-2 1-4 0-5

2004-LSC South Rank, Team Texas A&M-Kingsville Midwestern State Eastern New Mexico Abilene Christian Texas A&M-Commerce West Texas A&M Angelo State

South W-L 5-1 5-1 4-2 3-3 2-4 1-5 1-5

Overall W-L 9-2 8-3 6-5 5-5 4-6 2-8 2-9

2003-Lone Star Conference LSC Rank, Team W-L 1. Texas A&M-Kingsville 8-0 T2. Southeastern Oklahoma 6-2 6-2 T2. Central Oklahoma T2. Midwestern State 6-2 T2. Tarleton State 6-2 6. Abilene Christian 5-3 T7. Angelo State 3-5 T7. East Central 3-5 T7. Eastern New Mexico 3-5

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Overall W-L 11-2 6-4 7-3 6-5 3-8 3-8 1-10

2002-Lone Star Conference LSC Rank, Team W-L 1. Texas A&M-Kingsville 7-1 T2. Tarleton State 6-2 T2. Abilene Christian 6-2 T2. Midwestern State 6-2 T5. Eastern New Mexico 5-3 T5. Southeastern Oklahoma 5-3 T5. Southwestern Oklahoma 5-3 8. Central Oklahoma 4-4 9. East Central 3-5 T10. Northeastern State 2-6 T10. Angelo State 2-6 T10. Texas A&M-Commerce 2-6 13. West Texas A&M 0-8 2002-LSC North Overall Rank, Team W-L Tarleton State 9-2 Southeastern Oklahoma 7-3 Southwestern Oklahoma 7-4 Central Oklahoma 5-6 Northeastern State 4-7 East Central 3-8

North W-L 4-1 3-2 3-2 2-3 2-3 1-4

2002-LSC South Rank, Team Texas A&M-Kingsville Abilene Christian Eastern New Mexico Midwestern State Angelo State Texas A&M-Commerce West Texas A&M

South W-L 5-1 5-1 4-2 4-2 2-4 1-5 0-6

Overall W-L 10-3 6-4 8-3 7-4 2-8 2-8 0-11

2001-Lone Star Conference LSC Rank, Team W-L T1. Tarleton State 8-1 T1. Texas A&M-Kingsville 8-1 3. Angelo State 6-2 4. East Central 6-3 5. Midwestern State 5-3 6. Texas A&M-Commerce 5-4 T7. Eastern New Mexico 4-4 T7. Northeastern State 4-4 9. Abilene Christian 3-6 T10. Southeastern Oklahoma 2-6 T10. Southwestern Oklahoma 2-6 12. Central Oklahoma 1-7 13. West Texas A&M 0-8 2001-LSC North Overall Rank, Team W-L Midwestern State 7-4 East Central 6-4 5-5 Northeastern State Southeastern Oklahoma 3-7 Southwestern Oklahoma 4-6 Central Oklahoma 3-8

North W-L 4-1 3-2 3-2 2-3 2-3 1-4


LSC Football Standings (1947-2010) 2001-LSC South Rank, Team Texas A&M-Kingsville Tarleton State Angelo State Texas A&M-Commerce Eastern New Mexico Abilene Christian West Texas A&M

Overall W-L 9-1 9-2 6-4 7-4 6-4 3-8 2-9

South W-L 5-1 5-1 4-2 3-3 2-4 2-4 0-6

2000-Lone Star Conference LSC Rank, Team W-L 1. Northeastern State 7-1 T2. Central Oklahoma 5-3 T2. Midwestern State 5-3 T2. Eastern New Mexico 5-3 T2. East Central 5-3 6. Tarleton State 5-4 T7. Southwestern Oklahoma 4-4 T7. West Texas A&M 4-4 T7. Angelo State 4-4 T10. Texas A&M-Commerce 4-5 T10. Texas A&M-Kingsville 4-5 12. Abilene Christian 1-7 13. Southeastern Oklahoma 0-7 2000-LSC North Overall Rank, Team W-L Northeastern State 9-1 Midwestern State 7-4 Central Oklahoma 5-5 Southwestern Oklahoma 6-4 East Central 6-5 Southeastern Oklahoma 1-9

North W-L 5-0 3-2 3-2 2-3 2-3 0-5

2000-LSC South Rank, Team Eastern New Mexico Angelo State Tarleton State West Texas A&M Texas A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-Kingsville Abilene Christian

South W-L 4-2 4-2 3-3 3-3 3-3 3-3 1-5

Overall W-L 6-4 6-4 6-5 5-6 5-6 4-7 1-9

1999-Lone Star Conference LSC Rank, Team W-L T1. Southeastern Oklahoma 6-2 T1. Northeastern State 7-2 T1. Central Oklahoma 6-2 T4. Eastern New Mexico 6-3 T4. Angelo State 6-3 T6. Texas A&M-Kingsville 5-4 T6. Tarleton State 5-4 T8. Southwestern Oklahoma 4-5 T8. Abilene Christian 4-5 T8. Texas A&M-Commerce 4-5 T8. Harding 3-5 T8. East Central 3-5 13. Midwestern State 3-6 T14. West Texas A&M 2-7 T14. Ouachita Baptist 1-7 1999-LSC North Overall Rank, Team W-L Southeastern Oklahoma 7-4 Northeastern State 10-4 Central Oklahoma 8-3 Southwestern Oklahoma 5-5 Harding 5-5 East Central 3-7 Ouachita Baptist 3-7

North W-L 6-2 7-2 6-2 4-5 3-5 3-5 1-7

Overall W-L 8-3 8-3 5-6 5-6 4-6 4-7 4-7 3-8

South W-L 6-3 6-3 5-4 5-4 4-5 4-5 3-6 2-7

1999-LSC South Rank, Team Angelo State Eastern New Mexico Texas A&M-Kingsville Tarleton State Abilene Christian Texas A&M-Commerce Midwestern State West Texas A&M

1998-Lone Star Conference LSC Rank, Team W-L 1. Central Oklahoma 9-0 2. Texas A&M-Kingsville 8-1 3. West Texas A&M 7-2 4. Northeastern State 6-2 T5. Eastern New Mexico 6-3 T5. Angelo State 6-3 7. Harding 5-3 8. Southeastern Oklahoma 4-4 9. Ouachita Baptist 3-5 T10. Tarleton State 3-6 T10. Abilene Christian 3-6 T10. Texas A&M-Commerce 3-6 13. East Central 1-7 14. Midwestern State 1-8 15. Southwestern Oklahoma 0-9 1998-LSC North Overall Rank, Team W-L Central Oklahoma 12-1 Northeastern State 8-2 Harding 7-4 Southeastern Oklahoma 5-5 Ouachita Baptist 3-7 East Central 2-8 Southwestern Oklahoma 0-10 0-9

North W-L 9-0 6-2 5-3 4-4 3-5 1-7

1998-LSC South Rank, Team Texas A&M-Kingsville West Texas A&M Eastern New Mexico Angelo State Abilene Christian Texas A&M-Commerce Tarleton State Midwestern State

South W-L 8-1 7-2 6-3 6-3 3-6 3-6 3-6 1-8

Overall W-L 11-3 8-3 8-3 6-4 4-6 3-8 3-8 2-9

T6. Eastern New Mexico 8. West Texas A&M 1995-LSC Rank, Team 1. A&M-Kingsville 2. A&M-Commerce 3. Angelo State 4. Central Oklahoma 5. Eastern N.M. 6. Abilene Christian 7. West Texas A&M 8. Tarleton

North W-L 5-1 5-1 4-2 3-3 3-3 1-5 0-6

1997-LSC South Rank, Team Texas A&M-Kingsville Angelo State Abilene Christian West Texas A&M Eastern New Mexico Tarleton State Texas A&M-Commerce Midwestern State

Overall W-L 9-2 10-2 7-4 7-4 5-6 4-7 3-8 3-7

South W-L 7-0 6-1 4-3 4-3 2-5 2-5 2-5 1-6

1996-LSC Rank, Team 1. A&M-Kingsville 2. Central Oklahoma T3. A&M-Commerce T3. Angelo State T3. Abilene Christian T6. Tarleton State

Overall LSC W-L W-L 8-3 7-0 9-3 5-2 7-4 4-3 6-4 4-3 6-4 4-3 5-5 2-5

2-5 0-7

Overall LSC W-L W-L 11-2 7-0 8-4 6-1 6-3-1 4-2-1 8-3 4-3 6-4-1 3-3-1 4-7 2-5 5-6 1-6 1-10 0-7

1994-LSC Overall LSC Rank, Team W-L W-L 1. A&M-Kingsville (NRU) 12-2 6-0 2. Angelo State 6-5 4-1 3. Central Oklahoma 6-3-1 2-2-1 4. East Texas 5-5 2-3 5. Eastern N.M. 6-4-1 1-3-1 6. Abilene Christian 3-7 0-5

1997-Lone Star Conference LSC Rank, Team W-L 1. Texas A&M-Kingsville 9-0 2. Angelo State 8-1 3. Central Oklahoma 7-2 4. West Texas A&M 6-3 T5. Southwestern Oklahoma 5-4 T5. Abilene Christian 5-4 7. Northeastern State 4-4 T8. Southeastern Oklahoma 3-5 T8. Harding 3-5 T8. Ouachita Baptist 3-5 T11. Texas A&M-Commerce 3-6 T11. Eastern New Mexico 3-6 T11. Midwestern State 3-6 T11. Tarleton State 3-6 15. East Central 0-8 1997-LSC North Overall Rank, Team W-L Central Oklahoma 9-2 Southwestern Oklahoma 5-5 Northeastern State 4-7 Harding 5-5 Ouachita Baptist 4-6 Southeastern Oklahoma 3-7 East Central 0-10

3-8 1-9

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1993-LSC Rank, Team 1. A&M-Kingsville T2. Abilene Christian T2. Angelo State 4. Central Oklahoma T5. East Texas T5. Eastern N.M.

Overall LSC W-L W-L 7-6 5-0 7-3 3-2 7-3 3-2 7-3 2-3 5-6 1-4 1-8-1 1-4

1992-LSC Rank, Team 1. Texas A&I 2. East Texas T3. Angelo State T3. Eastern N.M. T5. Central Oklahoma T5. Abilene Christian 7. Cameron

Overall LSC W-L W-L 9-3 60 8-3 5-1 5-5 3-3 5-5 3-3 6-4 2-4 3-6 2-4 1-9 0-6

1991-LSC Rank, Team 1. Eastern N.M. T2. East Texas T2. Angelo State 4. Texas A&I T5. Cameron T5. Central Oklahoma T5. Abilene Christian

Overall LSC W-L W-L 7-3-1 5-1 7-3-1 4-1-1 6-3-1 4-1-1 7-3 4-2 3-7 1-5 3-7 1-5 1-9 1-5

1990-LSC Rank, Team 1. East Texas T2. Angelo State T2. Eastern N.M. T2. Texas A&I 5. Central State T6. Cameron T6. Abilene Christian T6. West Texas

Overall LSC W-L W-L 10-3 7-0 7-3 5-2 6-4 5-2 6-4 5-2 4-6 3-4 2-8 1-6 1-9 1-6 1-10 1-6

1989-LSC Rank, Team 1. Texas A&I T2. Angelo State T2. Eastern N.M. T2. Abilene Christian T5. East Texas T5. Cameron T5. West Texas 8. Central State

Overall LSC W-L W-L 10-1 7-0 9-2 5-2 7-3 5-2 5-5 5-2 4-6 2-5 3-7 2-5 3-8 2-5 0-7 0-10-1

1988-LSC Rank, Team 1. Texas A&I T2. East Texas T2. Angelo State T4. Cameron T4. Central State 6. Abilene Christian 7. West Texas 8. Eastern N.M.

Overall LSC W-L W-L 10-3 6-1 8-3 5-2 6-4 5-2 5-3-1 4-3 4-5 4-3 3-7 3-4 2-8 1-6 2-8 0-7

1987-LSC Rank, Team T1. Texas A&I T1. Angelo State 3. Eastern N.M. T4. Abilene Christian T4. West Texas 6. East Texas

Overall LSC W-L W-L 9-2 4-1 9-3 4-1 9-2 3-2 5-6 2-3 5-6 2-3 2-9 0-5

1986-LSC Rank, Team 1. West Texas T2. Texas A&I T2. Abilene Christian T4. Eastern N.M. T4. Angelo State 6. East Texas 7. Howard Payne

Overall LSC W-L W-L 7-4 6-0 9-2 4-2 7-3 4-2 8-3 3-3 6-5 3-3 2-9 1-5 0-10 0-6

1985-LSC Rank, Team 1. Texas A&I T2. Angelo State T2. Eastern N.M. T4. Abilene Christian T4. East Texas 6. Howard Payne

Overall LSC W-L W-L 8-3 5-0 7-4 3-2 5-5 3-2 5-4-2 2-3 5-5 2-3 2-6-2 0-5

1984-LSC Rank, Team 1. Angelo State 2. Texas A&I 3. Abilene Christian 4. East Texas 5. Howard Payne

Overall LSC W-L W-L 8-3 4-0 6-5 3-1 3-7 2-2 5-5 1-3 1-8-1 0-4

1983-LSC Rank, Team T1. Southwest Texas T1. East Texas 3. Stephen F. Austin 4. Abilene Christian 5. Angelo State 6. Texas A&I T7. Sam Houston T7. Howard Payne

Overall LSC W-L W-L 9-2 6-1 8-2 6-1 7-4 5-2 7-3 4-3 5-6 3-4 2-9 2-5 4-7 1-6 2-8 1-6

1982-LSC Rank, Team 1. Southwest Texas (NC) T2. East Texas T2. Abilene Christian T2. Stephen F. Austin T2. Angelo State T6. Texas A&I T6. Howard Payne 8. Sam Houston

Overall LSC W-L W-L 14-0 7-0 6-4 4-3 6-4 4-3 6-5 4-3 5-5 4-3 5-6 2-5 3-7 2-5 3-8 1-6

1981-LSC Rank, Team 1. Southwest Texas (NC) T2. Texas A&I T2. Abilene Christian T2. Angelo State 5. East Texas 6. Sam Houston 7. Howard Payne 8. Stephen F. Austin

Overall LSC W-L W-L 13-1 6-1 9-2 5-2 8-2 5-2 8-3 5-2 7-4 4-3 3-7 2-5 3-7 1-6 1-10 0-7

1980-LSC Overall LSC (Became NCAA DII Conference) Rank, Team W-L W-L 1. Southwest Texas 8-3 6-1 2. Angelo State 8-1-1 5-1-1 3. Texas A&I 7-4 5-2 4. East Texas 7-2-1 4-2-1 5. Stephen F. Austin 4-6 4-3 6. Sam Houston 3-7 2-5 7. Abilene Christian 2-8 1-6 1-8-1 0-7 8. Howard Payne 1979-LSC Rank, Team 1. Texas A&I (NC) T2. Stephen F. Austin T2. Angelo State

Overall LSC W-L W-L 12-1 6-1 8-3 5-2 8-2 5-2

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LSC Football Standings (1947-2010) T2. East Texas T5. Abilene Christian T5. Southwest Texas 7. Howard Payne 8. Sam Houston

5-5 7-4 7-4 2-8 1-9

5-2 3-4 3-4 1-6 0-7

1978-LSC Rank, Team 1. Angelo State (NC) 2. Abilene Christian T3. Sam Houston T3. Texas A&I T5. Southwest Texas T5. Stephen F. Austin 7. East Texas 8. Howard Payne

Overall LSC W-L W-L 11-0 7-0 7-3 5-2 6-5 4-3 6-5 4-3 6-4 3-4 3-8 3-4 4-7 2-5 2-8 0-7

1977-LSC Rank, Team 1. Abilene Christian (NC) 2. Texas A&I T3. Angelo State T3. Southwest Texas 5. East Texas 6. Stephen F. Austin 7. Sam Houston 8. Howard Payne

Overall LSC W-L W-L 9-1-1 5-1-1 8-1-1 5-1-1 8-2 5-2 5-4 5-2 7-4 4-3 2-8 2-5 1-10 1-6 2-8 0-7

1976-LSC Rank, Team 1. Texas A&I (NC) 2. Abilene Christian T3. East Texas T3. Southwest Texas 5. Angelo State 6. Sam Houston T7. Howard Payne T7. Stephen F. Austin

Overall LSC W-L W-L 13-0 7-0 8-2 5-2 5-3-1 4-3 5-5 4-3 5-5-1 3-3-1 3-5-1 2-5 1-8-1 1-5-1 1-9-1 1-6

1975-LSC Rank, Team 1. Texas A&I (NC) 2. Angelo State 3. Southwest Texas 4. East Texas 5. Abilene Christian 6. Howard Payne 7. Sam Houston T8. Stephen F. Austin T8. Sul Ross T8. Tarleton

Overall LSC W-L W-L 12-0 9-0 8-2-1 7-1-1 7-3 7-2 8-3 6-3 6-3-1 5-3-1 5-5-1 4-5 3-8 3-6 2-8 1-8 1-10 1-8 1-10 1-8

1974-LSC Rank, Team 1. Texas A&I (NC) 2. Stephen F. Austin T3. Abilene Christian T3. Southwest Texas 5. East Texas T6. Howard Payne T6. Sam Houston 8. Angelo State 9. Sul Ross 10. Tarleton

Overall LSC W-L W-L 13-0 8-0 9-2 7-2 7-4 6-3 6-4 6-3 7-4 5-4 5-6 4-5 4-7 4-5 4-6 3-6 1-9 1-8 1-10 0-9

1973-LSC Overall LSC Rank, Team W-L W-L 1. Abilene Christian (NC) 9-1 9-0 2. Howard Payne 8-3 8-1 T3. Stephen F. Austin 8-3 6-3 T3. East Texas 7-4 6-3 5. Angelo State 5-4-2 5-4 T6. Southwest Texas 4-6 3-6 T6. Sul Ross 3-7 3-6 T8. Sam Houston 2-8 2-7 T8. Texas A&I 2-8 2-7 10. Tarleton 1-9 1-8 1972-LSC Rank, Team 1. East Texas (NC) T2. Angelo State T2. Southwest Texas T4. Sam Houston T4. Texas A&I T4. Howard Payne

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Overall LSC W-L W-L 10-2 7-1 8-2 6-2 7-3 6-2 5-6 4-4 6-5 4-4 5-4 4-4

7. Sul Ross 8. Stephen F. Austin 9. Tarleton McMurry Abilene Christian

5-6 2-7 1-9 3-6 3-8

3-5 2-6 0-8

McMurry

1964-LSC Overall LSC Rank, Team W-L W-L 1. Sam Houston (Co-NC) 9-1-1 5-1 2. Sul Ross 7-3-1 4-1-1 3. Southwest Texas 7-2-0 4-2-0 4. Texas A&I 7-2-1 3-2-1 5. Stephen F. Austin 4-5 3-3 6. East Texas 2-7 1-5 7. Howard Payne 2-8 0-6 McMurry 1-8-1 Games Unknown, SHSU v. SR

1971-LSC Overall LSC Rank, Team W-L W-L 1. Southwest Texas 8-1-1 7-1-1 2. Texas A&I 7-3 7-2 3. Angelo State 7-5 5-3 4. East Texas 6-5 5-4 5. Sam Houston 4-7 3-6 T6. Tarleton 3-7 2-7 T6. Stephen F. Austin 2-8 2-7 T6. McMurry 2-8 2-7 Results Unknown for SR, HPU 1970-LSC Rank, Team 1. Texas A&I (NC) 2. Sam Houston T3. Angelo State T3. Sul Ross T5. Southwest Texas T5. East Texas T5. Howard Payne T5. McMurry T9. Tarleton T9. Stephen F. Austin

Overall LSC W-L W-L 11-1 8-1 8-2-1 7-2 6-4 6-3 7-3 6-3 6-5 4-5 5-6 4-5 5-5 4-5 5-6 4-5 1-8 1-8 1-9 1-8

1969-LSC Rank, Team T1. Texas A&I (NC) T1. East Texas 3. Stephen F. Austin T4. Southwest Texas 5. Sam Houston 6. Sul Ross 7. Howard Payne 8. McMurry Angelo State Tarleton

Overall LSC W-L W-L 11-1 6-1 7-3 6-1 7-3 5-2 3-6-1 3-4 3-6-1 2-4-1 4-5-1 2-4-1 4-7 2-5 2-8 1-6 6-4 1-9

4-5-1

1963-LSC Rank, Team not available

Overall LSC W-L W-L

1962-LSC Rank, Team 1. Texas A&I 2. Southwest Texas 3. Sam Houston 4. Lamar State Tech 5. East Texas 6. Sul Ross 7. Stephen F. Austin 8. Howard Payne

Overall LSC W-L W-L 9-0-1 6-0-1 8-2 6-1 5-3-1 4-2-1 7-3 4-3 5-4-1 3-3-1 4-6 2-5 1-9 1-6 1-8-1 0-6-1

1961-LSC Overall LSC Rank, Team W-L W-L 1. Sam Houston 8-1 7-0 2. Texas A&I 7-2 5-2 3. Lamar State Tech (TBC) 7-2 4-2-1 4. Howard Payne 4-5 4-3 5. East Texas 4-6 3-4 6. Southwest Texas 4-5-1 2-4-1 T7. Sul Ross 3-7 1-6 T7. Stephen F. Austin 1-9 1-6 1960-LSC Rank, Team 1. Texas A&I T2. East Texas T2. Lamar State Tech T4. Howard Payne T4. Sul Ross 6. Sam Houston 7. Southwest Texas 8. Stephen F. Austin

Overall LSC W-L W-L 8-1-1 6-1 6-4 5-2 8-4 5-2 6-4 4-3 7-3 4-3 3-6 2-5 2-8 1-6 1-10 1-6

1959-LSC Rank, Team not available

Overall LSC W-L W-L

1958-LSC Rank, Team 1. East Texas (TBC) T2. Lamar State Tech T2. Sam Houston T4. Texas A&I T4. Southwest Texas 6. Howard Payne T7. Stephen F. Austin T7. Sul Ross

Overall LSC W-L W-L 10-1 6-1 6-2 5-2 7-2 5-2 7-4 4-3 5-5 4-3 2-7 2-5 2-7 1-6 2-8 1-6

1966-LSC Overall LSC Rank, Team W-L W-L 1. East Texas 5-3-2 4-1-2 T2. Southwest Texas 7-2-1 4-2-1 T2. Sam Houston 6-3-1 4-2-1 4. Stephen F. Austin 5-3-1 3-3-1 5. Texas A&I 5-5 3-4 6. McMurry 1-8-1 0-7 All Other Results Unknown

1957-LSC Rank, Team 1. Lamar State Tech 2. East Texas 3. Stephen F. Austin 4. Sam Houston 5. Southwest Texas 6. Texas A&I 7. Howard Payne 8. Sul Ross

Overall LSC W-L W-L 8-0-2 5-0-2 8-1 6-1 6-4 5-2 3-5-1 3-3-1 4-6 3-4 5-5-1 2-4-1 3-6 2-5 3-7 0-7

1965-LSC Rank, Team 1. Sul Ross T2. Texas A&I T2. Southwest Texas T2. Stephen F. Austin 5. East Texas 6. Sam Houston 7. Howard Payne

1956-LSC Rank, Team 1. Sam Houston (RBC) 2. Texas A&I 3. Southwest Texas 4. Stephen F. Austin 5. Lamar State Tech 6. East Texas 7. Sul Ross

Overall LSC W-L W-L 10-0 6-0 7-3 5-1 6-3 4-2 4-6 3-3 4-4 2-4 2-8 1-5 1-9 0-6

1968-LSC Overall LSC Rank, Team W-L W-L 1. Texas A&I (NRU) 10-2 6-1 2. East Texas 7-2-1 5-1-1 3. McMurry 8-2 5-2 4. Sam Houston 5-4-1 3-3-1 5. Southwest Texas 5-5 3-4 6. Sul Ross 2-4-1 7. Howard Payne 1-5-1 8. Stephen F. Austin 3-7 1-6 Overall Record Unknown for SR, HPU 1967-LSC Overall LSC Rank, Team W-L W-L 1. Texas A&I 9-0 7-0 2. Southwest Texas 9-1 6-1 T3. Howard Payne 7-3 4-3 T3. McMurry 6-4 4-3 T5. Stephen F. Austin 4-6 3-4 T5. East Texas 4-6 3-4 7. Sam Houston 3-6 1-6 8. Sul Ross 0-7

Overall LSC W-L W-L 9-0-1 6-0 6-3 4-2 8-2 4-2 6-3 4-2 4-5 2-4 4-6 1-5 2-8 0-6

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1955-LSC Rank, Team T1. Southwest Texas T1. Sam Houston T1. East Texas T4. Texas A&I T4. Stephen F. Austin T4. Lamar State Tech 7. Sul Ross

Overall LSC W-L W-L 6-1-2 5-1 6-1-2 5-1 5-4 5-1 4-6 2-4 5-4 2-4 4-6 2-4 2-8 0-6

1954-LSC Rank, Team not available

Overall LSC W-L W-L

1953-LSC Rank, Team 1. East Texas (TBCo-C) 2. Sam Houston (RBC) 3. Southwest Texas 4. Lamar State Tech 5. Sul Ross 6. Stephen F. Austin

Overall LSC W-L W-L 10-0-1 5-0 9-1 4-1 5-4 3-2 3-7 2-3 4-7 1-4 1-8 0-5

1952-LSC Rank, Team 1. East Texas (TBC) 2. Southwest Texas T3. Sam Houston (SBC) T3. Sul Ross T4. Lamar StateTech T4. Stephen F. Austin

Overall LSC W-L W-L 11-0 5-0 7-2 4-1 6-4 2-3 4-6 2-3 3-6 1-4 2-7 1-4

1951-LSC Rank, Team 1. East Texas T2. Southwest Texas T2. Sam Houston T4. Stephen F. Austin T4. Lamar State Tech 6. Sul Ross

Overall LSC W-L W-L 9-2 5-0 6-3-1 2-2-1 4-4-1 2-2-1 4-4-1 2-3 4-6 2-3 1-4 3-7

1950-LSC Rank, Team 1. Sul Ross T2. Southwest Texas T2. Stephen F. Austin 4. East Texas 5. Sam Houston

Overall LSC W-L W-L 8-2-1 3-0-1 6-3 2-2 5-5 2-2 4-5-2 1-2-1 5-5 1-3

1949-LSC Rank, Team not available

Overall LSC W-L W-L

1948-LSC Rank, Team 1. Southwest Texas 2. North Texas 3. Stephen F. Austin 4. Trinity 5. Houston 6. East Texas 7. Sam Houston

Overall LSC W-L W-L 8-1 6-0 6-4 4-2 7-2-1 3-2-1 6-2-2 2-2-2 5-6 3-3 3-6-1 1-4-1 0-9-1 0-6

1947-LSC Rank, Team 1. North Texas T2. East Texas T2. Southwest Texas 4. Trinity 5. Stephen F. Austin 6. Sam Houston 7. Houston

Overall LSC W-L W-L 10-2 6-0 8-2 4-2 5-4 4-2 5-3-2 3-2-1 3-6-1 2-3-1 3-6 1-5 3-8 0-6

NC – National Champions; NRU – National Runner-Ups; TBC – Tangerine Bowl Champions (played from 1947 to 1982, now known as the Capital One Bowl); RBC – Refrigerator Bowl Champions (played in Evansville, Ind., from 1948 to 1956); SBC – Shrimp Bowl Champions (played in Galveston, Texas, was originally the Oleander Bowl from 1948 to 1951); KB Kanza Bowl


LSC Volleyball Season Outlook and Preseason Poll Texas A&M is the favored to win its sixth straight Lone W est Star Conference championship, according to the 2011 LSC

LSC Volleyball preseason honors announced A trio of Lone Star Conference volleyball stars were honored in late July as league officials announced the 2011 Preseason Players of the Year. Angelo State’s Chelsea Gibson earned Offensive Player of the Year acclaim, while Midwestern State’s Kiara Jordan was tabbed Defensive Player of the Year and West Texas A&M’s Erika Dupree earned Setter of the Year recognition The league’s preseason awards were selected by a vote of LSC head coaches and sports information directors, plus various media representatives from throughout the region. Gibson, a junior middle blocker from Spring Branch, Texas, was the clear choice for offensive honors, with 19 of 27 votes to top five others. The reigning LSC Offensive Player of Year, she led the Rambelles in kills (310), kills per set (3.20), hitting percentage (.300), total blocks (64) and points (347.5) for first-team allconference and Daktronics All-South Central honors. Jordan, a senior libero from Gilmer, Texas, was the top pick for defensive recognition with 17 of the 27 votes to finish ahead of WT’s Keidra Williams. She averaged 4.79 digs per set with a .959 serve reception percentage to earn Libero of the Year and second-team all-conference honors last season. Dupree picked up Setter of the Year honors with 12 of the 27 votes to edge ASU’s Alex Woolsey, who received 10 votes. The senior from Mesquite, Texas, collected a team-high 872 assists and averaged 6.66 assists per set with a team-best seven triple-doubles. Dupree added 302 kills (2.31 k/s) and tallied 381 digs in 2010 en route to first team all-LSC and third-team AVCA South Central Region honors.

preseason volleyball poll announced in late July. The league’s preseason polls reflect the opinions of LSC head coaches and sports information directors, plus various media representatives from throughout the region. The 2011 volleyball season begins in early September, with 11 teams set to compete in the league. LSC teams will use a oneconference double round-robin scheduling model, in which each team plays a home and away match against each of the other teams. The LSC regular season title will be determined by conference matches with the champion and runner-up receiving trophies, while the postseason tournament will use an eight-team bracket, taking the top eight teams in the final conference standings. The tournament will be played Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 11-12, using the NCAA regional format and be hosted by the No. 1 seed. The Lady Buffs captured their fifth straight and 16th overall league title in 2010, while extending their winning streak to 83 straight matches over league opponents as well. WTAMU was 27-9 overall and undefeated in conference play for the fifth consecutive year with a 14-0 mark. WTAMU earned first-place votes on 24 of the 27 ballots for a total of 293 points. Angelo State claimed one first-place nod to finish second with 262 points. Abilene Christian, with two first-place votes, was third with 231 total points, Midwestern State fourth (203), Tarleton State fifth (187), Texas Woman’s sixth (158), Incarnate Word seventh (134) and Texas A&M-Commerce (90) eighth. Eastern New Mexico (85), Texas A&M-Kingsville (70) and Cameron (69) rounded out the poll.

2011 Composite Schedule Friday, September 02, 2011 Missouri Western at Eastern New Mexico, 9 a.m. Western State at Angelo State, 11:30 a.m. Southwest Baptist at West Texas A&M, 11:30 a.m. Texas A&M International at Incarnate Word, 1 p.m. Truman State at Midwestern State, 1 p.m. Illinois-Springfield at Abilene Christian, 1 p.m. Adams State at Eastern New Mexico, 2 p.m. UC-Colorado Springs at Texas Woman’s , 2 p.m. Pace at Tarleton State, 3 p.m. Washburn at Incarnate Word, 3:30 p.m. Nova Southeastern at Midwestern State, 3:30 p.m. Missouri Western at Angelo State, 4:30 p.m. Regis at Abilene Christian, 5 p.m. Illinois-Springfield at Tarleton State, 5 p.m. UC Colorado Springs at West Texas A&M, 7 p.m. Western State at Texas Woman’s , 7 p.m. Saturday, September 03, 2011 Southwest Baptist at Eastern New Mexico, 9 a.m. East Central at Abilene Christian, 10 a.m. UC Colorado Springs at Angelo State, 11:30 a.m. Adams State at Texas Woman’s , 11:30 a.m. East Central at Tarleton State, 12 p.m. Cameron at Southern Arkansas, 12 p.m. Truman State at Incarnate Word, 12:30 p.m. Washburn at Midwestern State, 12:30 p.m. Missouri Western at West Texas A&M, 2 p.m. Texas College at Cameron, 2 p.m. Pace at Abilene Christian, 2 p.m.

Nova Southeastern at Incarnate Word, 3 p.m. Texas A&M International at Midwestern State, 3 p.m. Tarleton State at St. Mary’s, 4 p.m. UC Colorado Springs at Eastern New Mexico, 4:30 p.m. Southwest Baptist at Texas Woman’s , 4:30 p.m. Adams State at Angelo State, 7 p.m. Western State at West Texas A&M, 7 p.m. Tuesday, September 06, 2011 Henderson State at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Cameron, 7 p.m. *Angelo State at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Midwestern State, 7 p.m. Thursday, September 08, 2011 *Texas A&M-Commerce at Midwestern State, 5 p.m. *Tarleton State at Angelo State, 7 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at Cameron, 7 p.m. Friday, September 09, 2011 UT-Permian Basin at Tarleton State, 9 a.m. New Mexico Highlands at Incarnate Word, 9:30 a.m. Okla. Panhandle at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 9:30 a.m. Texas A&M International at Angelo State, 12 p.m. St. Edward’s at Abilene Christian, 12 p.m. Valdosta State at Eastern New Mexico, 12:30 p.m. Wayland Baptist at West Texas A&M, 12:30 p.m. Edinboro at Tarleton State, 3 p.m. Missouri Southern at Midwestern State, 5:45 p.m. 22

St. Edward’s at Angelo State, 6 p.m. Texas A&M International at Abilene Christian, 6 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at Eastern New Mexico, 7 p.m. *Incarnate Word at West Texas A&M, 7 p.m. Saturday, September 10, 2011 Texas A&M International at Tarleton State, 9 a.m. Oklahoma Panhandle at Incarnate Word, 9:30 a.m. NM Highlands at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 9:30 a.m. UT-Permian Basin at Angelo State, 12 p.m. Edinboro at Abilene Christian, 12 p.m. Wayland Baptist at Eastern New Mexico, 12:30 p.m. Valdosta State at West Texas A&M, 12:30 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at Midwestern State, 2 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at Cameron, 2 p.m. Southeastern Oklahoma at Tarleton State, 3 p.m. Edinboro at Angelo State, 6 p.m. UT-Permian Basin at Abilene Christian, 6 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at West Texas A&M, 7 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Eastern New Mexico, 7 p.m. Tuesday, September 13, 2011 *Texas A&M-Kingsville at Angelo State, 7 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at West Texas A&M, 7 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Abilene Christian, 7 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at Texas Woman’s , 7 p.m. Thursday, September 15, 2011 *Angelo State at Texas Woman’s , 7 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Tarleton State, 7 p.m. Lone Star Conference


LSC Volleyball 2011 Composite Schedule (continued) *Cameron at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m. *Midwestern State at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. Friday, September 16, 2011 *Angelo State at Texas A&M-Commerce, 5:30 p.m. Saturday, September 17, 2011 *Midwestern State at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1 p.m. *Cameron at Incarnate Word, 2 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Texas Woman’s , 2 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Tarleton State, 2 p.m. Eastern New Mexico at Oklahoma Panhandle, 3 p.m. Monday, September 19, 2011 *Abilene Christian at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m.

Missouri Southern at West Texas A&M, 9 a.m. Arkansas Tech at Texas A&M-Commerce, 9:30 a.m. Southwest Baptist at Angelo State, 11 a.m. Southeastern Oklahoma at Texas Woman’s , 12:30 p.m. Tarleton State at Washburn, 1 p.m. Southern Arkansas at Cameron, 1 p.m. St. Mary’s at Midwestern State, 1 p.m. Central Missouri at West Texas A&M, 1 p.m. Truman State at Abilene Christian, 3 p.m. Southeastern Okla. at Texas A&M-Commerce, 3:30 p.m. Missouri Southern at Midwestern State, 4:30 p.m. Southwest Baptist at Tarleton State, 5 p.m. Washburn at Angelo State, 5 p.m. Texas A&M International at Texas Woman’s , 6:30 p.m. UT-Permian Basin at Cameron, 7 p.m.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011 *Angelo State at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *Tarleton State at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m. *Midwestern State at West Texas A&M, 7 p.m. *Cameron at Eastern New Mexico, 8 p.m.

Tuesday, October 04, 2011 Dallas Baptist at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m. *Tarleton State at Texas Woman’s , 7 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. *Cameron at Midwestern State, 7 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Eastern New Mexico, 8 p.m.

Thursday, September 22, 2011 *Eastern New Mexico at Angelo State, 7 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *Tarleton State at Cameron, 7 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian, 7 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m.

Thursday, October 06, 2011 *Angelo State at Cameron, 7 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at Tarleton State, 7 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Midwestern State, 7 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at West Texas A&M, 7 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at Eastern New Mexico, 8 p.m.

Saturday, September 24, 2011 *Texas A&M-Commerce at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Abilene Christian, 2 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at Incarnate Word, 2 p.m. *Tarleton State at Midwestern State, 2 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Angelo State, 2 p.m.

Saturday, October 08, 2011 Huston-Tillotson at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 8 a.m. Missouri Baptist at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 12 p.m. *Angelo State at Midwestern State, 2 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Cameron, 2 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at West Texas A&M, 2 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Tarleton State, 2 p.m. Texas A&M-Kingsville at Loyola of New Orleans, 6 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at Eastern New Mexico, 8 p.m.

Monday, September 26, 2011 Incarnate Word at Texas A&M International, 7 p.m. Tuesday, September 27, 2011 Texas A&M-Kingsville at Huston-Tillotson, 6:30 p.m. Cameron at Oklahoma Baptist, 7:30 p.m. Eastern New Mexico at New Mexico Highlands, 8 p.m. Wednesday, September 28, 2011 Central Oklahoma at Texas Woman’s , 7 p.m. Thursday, September 29, 2011 Texas A&M-Kingsville at Our Lady of the Lake, 7 p.m. Friday, September 30, 2011 Northwest Missouri at Midwestern State, 9:30 a.m. West Texas A&M at Pittsburg State, 9:30 a.m. Nebraska-Omaha at Tarleton State, 9:30 a.m. Arkansas-Fort Smith at Texas A&M-Commerce, 10 a.m. Fort Hays State at Cameron, 11 a.m. Truman State at Angelo State, 11:30 a.m. Arkansas Monticello at Texas Woman’s , 1 p.m. Nebraska-Omaha at Abilene Christian, 2 p.m. St. Edward’s at West Texas A&M, 3:30 p.m. Arkansas-Monticello at Texas A&M-Commerce, 4 p.m. Emporia State at Angelo State, 4:30 p.m. Truman State at Tarleton State, 4:30 p.m. Oklahoma Panhandle at Cameron, 5 p.m. Newman at Midwestern State, 5 p.m. Abilene Christian at Washburn, 6:30 p.m. Arkansas Tech at Texas Woman’s , 7 p.m. Saturday, October 01, 2011 Emporia State at Abilene Christian, 9 a.m. Fall Media Guide 2011

Tuesday, October 11, 2011 Oklahoma Panhandle at Eastern New Mexico, 7 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at Abilene Christian, 7 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at Tarleton State, 7 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Angelo State, 7 p.m. Thursday, October 13, 2011 *Angelo State at Tarleton State, 7 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *Cameron at Texas Woman’s , 7 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. *Midwestern State at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m. Saturday, October 15, 2011 *West Texas A&M at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Tarleton State, 2 p.m. *Midwestern State at Texas Woman’s , 2 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Incarnate Word, 2 p.m. *Cameron at Texas A&M-Commerce, 2 p.m. Tuesday, October 18, 2011 St. Edward’s at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. Texas A&M-Commerce at Henderson State, 7 p.m. *Cameron at West Texas A&M, 7 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Angelo State, 7 p.m. Texas A&M-Kingsville at Texas A&M Int’l, 7 p.m. *Midwestern State at Eastern New Mexico, 8 p.m. Thursday, October 20, 2011 West Texas A&M at Lubbock Christian, 7 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at Angelo State, 7 p.m. 23

*Texas A&M-Kingsville at Cameron, 7 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at Abilene Christian, 7 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Midwestern State, 7 p.m. *Tarleton State at Eastern New Mexico, 8 p.m. Saturday, October 22, 2011 *Texas A&M-Commerce at Angelo State, 2 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at Abilene Christian, 2 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Cameron, 2 p.m. *Tarleton State at West Texas A&M, 2 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at Midwestern State, 2 p.m. Tuesday, October 25, 2011 *Tarleton State at Abilene Christian, 7 p.m. St. Mary’s at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m. Huston-Tillotson at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Cameron, 7 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Midwestern State, 7 p.m. Thursday, October 27, 2011 Dallas Baptist at Midwestern State, 7 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at Texas Woman’s , 7 p.m. *Cameron at Tarleton State, 7 p.m. *Abilene Christian at West Texas A&M, 7 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m. *Angelo State at Eastern New Mexico, 8 p.m. Saturday, October 29, 2011 *Incarnate Word at Texas Woman’s , 2 p.m. *Midwestern State at Tarleton State, 2 p.m. *Angelo State at West Texas A&M, 2 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at Texas A&M-Commerce, 2 p.m. Cameron at Dallas Baptist, 2 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Eastern New Mexico, 8 p.m. Tuesday, November 01, 2011 West Texas A&M at Southwestern Oklahoma, 6 p.m. *Angelo State at Abilene Christian, 7 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at Tarleton State, 7 p.m. *Midwestern State at Cameron, 7 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. New Mexico Highlands at Eastern New Mexico, 8 p.m. Thursday, November 03, 2011 *Cameron at Angelo State, 7 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Texas Woman’s , 7 p.m. *Tarleton State at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *Midwestern State at Abilene Christian, 7 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m. Saturday, November 05, 2011 *Midwestern State at Angelo State, 2 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Texas A&M-Commerce, 2 p.m. *Cameron at Abilene Christian, 2 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Texas Woman’s , 2 p.m. *Tarleton State at Incarnate Word, 2 p.m. Tuesday, November 08, 2011 Texas A&M International at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. Thu-Fri-Sat, November 10-12, 2011 LSC Championship Thu-Fri-Sat, November 17-19, 2011 NCAA South Central Regional Thu-Fri-Sat, December 1-3, 2011 NCAA Elite Eight NOTE: * denotes LSC match; All times Central Time


LSC Volleyball Teams abilene christian university

Angelo State university

Quick Facts Location... Abilene, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1906 (5,000) President... Dr. Phil Schubert Athletic Director... Jared Mosley Athletic Dept. Phone... 325-674-2353 Nickname... Wildcats Colors... Purple and White Arena... Moody Coliseum (4,500) About the Coach Head Coach... Kellen Mock Years, Record at ACU... Five years, 115-46 Office Phone... 325-674-2591 About the Team 2010 Records... 27-6 Overall; 13-1 LSC (2nd) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 8/3 (Starters 4/3) LSC History Conference Titles... 2 (2004, 2005) LSC Divisional Titles... 2 (South: 2004, 2005) Past Five Years... 2010 - 13-1 LSC (2nd); 1-1 Tourn. 2009 - 12-1 LSC (2nd); 2-1 Tourn. (Runner-Up) 2008 - 9-4 LSC (T-3rd); 2-1 Tourn. (Runner-Up) 2007 - 8-4 LSC (4th); 1-1 Tourn. 2006 - 8-2 LSC South (2nd); 0-1 Tourn. All-LSC Returnees Jennie Hutt, OH, Sr. (2nd Team) Neely Borger, MB, So. (HM, Freshman of Year)

Quick Facts Location... San Angelo, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1928 (6,856) President... Dr. Joseph C. Rallo Athletic Director... Kathleen Brasfield Athletic Dept. Phone... 325-942-2264 Nickname... Rambelles Colors... Blue and Gold Arena... Junell Center/Stephens Arena (5,500) About the Coach Head Coach... Chuck Waddington Years, Record at ASU... Three years, 58-40 Office Phone... 325-942-2264, ext. 259 About the Team 2010 Records... 19-12 Overall; 12-2 LSC (3rd) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 12/1 (Starters 6/0) LSC History Conference Titles... 6 (1983, 1984, 1985, 1989, 1991, 1992) LSC Divisional Titles... None Past Five Years... 2010 - 12-2 LSC (3rd); 2-1 Tourn. (Runner-Up) 2009 - 10-3 LSC (3rd); 1-1 Tourn. 2008 - 4-8 LSC (10th); 0-1 Tourn. 2007 - 4-8 LSC (10th); DNP Tourn. 2006 - 2-8 LSC South (5th); DNP Tourn. All-LSC Returnees Chelsea Gibson, MB, Jr. (1st Team, Off. Player of Year) Alex Woolsey, S, Jr. (1st Team) Kaelen Valdez, OH, So. (2nd Team) Debbie Ohl, RS, Sr. (HM)

cameron university

EASTERN NEW MEXICO university

Quick Facts Location... Lawton, Okla. Founded (Enrollment)... 1908 (6,000) President... Dr. Cindy Ross Athletic Director... Jim Jackson Athletic Dept. Phone... 580-581-2460 Nickname... Aggies Colors... Black and Gold Arena... Aggie Gym (1,800) About the Coach Head Coach... Doug Tabbert Years, Record at CU... First year Office Phone... 580-581-5596 About the Team 2010 Records... 9-18 Overall; 4-10 LSC (T-10th) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 10/5 (Starters 7/4) LSC History Conference Titles... 1 (1998) LSC Divisional Titles... 6 (North: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2006) Past Five Years... 2010 - 4-10 LSC (T-10th); DNP Tourn. 2009 - 5-8 LSC (T-10th); DNP Tourn. 2008 - 5-8 LSC (T-9th); DNP Tourn. 2007 - 6-6 LSC (T-5th); 1-1 Tourn. 2006 - 10-2 LSC North (1st); 1-1 Tourn. (Runner-Up) All-LSC Returnees Adrienne Lawson, OH, Sr. (2nd Team) Megan Olivarez, OH, So. (HM)

Quick Facts Location... Portales, N.M. Founded (Enrollment)... 1934 (5,080) President... Dr. Steven G. Gamble Athletic Director... Dr. Jeff Geiser Athletic Dept. Phone... 575-562-2153 Nickname... Zias Colors... Green and Silver Arena... Greyhound Arena (4,800) About the Coach Head Coach... Mike Maguire Years, Record at ENMU... 21 years, 405-285 Office Phone... 575-562-2918 About the Team 2010 Records... 13-16 Overall; 4-10 LSC (T-10th) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 8/6 (Starters 5/1) LSC History Conference Titles... 1 (1993) LSC Divisional Titles... None Past Five Years... 2010 - 4-10 LSC (T-10th); DNP Tourn. 2009 - 0-13 LSC (14th); DNP Tourn. 2008 - 0-13 LSC (14th); DNP Tourn. 2007 - 0-12 LSC (13th); DNP Tourn. 2006 - 3-7 LSC South (4th); DNP Tourn. All-LSC Returnees Kristen Beck, OH, Sr. (HM) Jessica King, MB, Sr. (HM)

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LSC Volleyball Teams university OF THE INCARNATE WORD

midwestern State university

Quick Facts Location... San Antonio, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1881 (7,706) President... Dr. Louis J. Agnese Jr. Athletic Director... Mark Papich Athletic Dept. Phone... 210-829-2722 Nickname...Cardinals Colors... Red, Black, White Arena... McDermott Center (2,000) About the Coach Head Coach... Jennifer Montoya Years, Record at UIW... Eight years, 126-133 Office Phone... 210-829-3567 About the Team 2010 Records... 9-15 Overall; 6-8 LSC (T-8th) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 10/3 (Starters 5/1) LSC History Conference Titles... None LSC Divisional Titles... None Past Five Years... 2010 - 6-8 LSC (T-8th); 0-1 Tourn. All-LSC Returnees Stephanie Bonura, OH, Jr. (2nd Team) Daniella Vidaurri, MB, Sr. (HM) Beth Soukup, RS, So. (HM)

Quick Facts Location... Wichita Falls, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1922 (6,000) President... Dr. Jesse W. Rogers Athletic Director... Charlie Carr Athletic Dept. Phone... 940-397-4779 Nickname...Mustangs Colors... Maroon and Gold Arena... D.L. Ligon Coliseum (3,500) About the Coach Head Coach... Venera Flores-Stafford Years, Record at MSU... Seven years, 131-99 Office Phone... 940-397-4471 About the Team 2010 Records... 15-14 Overall; 9-5 LSC (4th) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 11/4 (Starters 5/2) LSC History Conference Titles... None LSC Divisional Titles... None Past Five Years... 2010 - 9-5 LSC (4th); 0-1 Tourn. 2009 - 6-7 LSC (T-6th); 0-1 Tourn. 2008 - 9-4 LSC (T-3rd); 0-1 Tourn. 2007 - 10-2 LSC (2nd); 0-1 Tourn. 2006 - 5-7 LSC North (T-4th); DNP Tourn. All-LSC Returnees Kiara Jordan, L, Sr. (2nd Team, Libero of Year)

tarleton state University

texas A&M university-Commerce

Quick Facts Location... Stephenville, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1899 (9,021) President... Dr. F. Dominic Dottavio Athletic Director... Lonn Reisman Athletic Dept. Phone... 254-968-9178 Nickname... TexAnns Colors... Purple and White Arena... Wisdom Gym South (700) About the Coach Head Coach... Mary Domine Schindler Years, Record at TSU... Six years, 98-89 Office Phone... 254-968-9542 About the Team 2010 Records...23-10 Overall; 8-6 LSC (T-5th) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 6/6 (Starters 1/5) LSC History Conference Titles... None LSC Divisional Titles... None Past Five Years... 2010 - 8-6 LSC (T-5th); 1-1 Tourn. 2009 - 4-9 LSC (12th); DNP Tourn. 2008 - 10-3 LSC (2nd); 1-1 Tourn. 2007 - 5-7 LSC (T-8th); 0-1 Tourn. 2006 - 6-4 LSC South (3rd); 1-1 Tourn. All-LSC Returnees None

Fall Media Guide 2011

Quick Facts Location... Commerce, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1889 (9,340) President... Dr. Dan Jones Athletic Director... Carlton Cooper Athletic Dept. Phone... 903-886-5548 Nickname... Lions Colors... Blue and Gold Arena... A&M-C Field House (5,000) About the Coach Head Coach... Craig Case Years, Record at A&M-C... One year, 14-15 Office Phone... 903-886-5576 About the Team 2010 Records... 14-15 Overall; 4-10 LSC (T-10th) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 9/4 (Starters 4/3) LSC History Conference Titles... 2 (1986, 1987) LSC Divisional Titles... None Past Five Years... 2010 - 4-10 LSC (T-10th); DNP Tourn. 2009 - 8-5 LSC (4th); 1-1 Tourn. 2008 - 7-6 LSC (7th); 0-1 Tourn. 2007 - 3-9 LSC (11th); DNP Tourn. 2006 - 4-8 LSC North (6th); DNP Tourn. All-LSC Returnees Rachel Robertson, MB, Jr. (2nd Team) Jordan Neal, S, So. (2nd Team) 25


LSC Volleyball Teams texas A&M University-kingsville

texas woman’s university

Quick Facts Location... Kingsville, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1925 (6,610) President... Dr. Steven Tallant Athletic Director... Kenneth Oliver Athletic Dept. Phone... 361-593-2411 Nickname... Javelinas Colors... Blue and Gold Arena... Steinke Center (5,000) About the Coach Head Coach... Tanya Allen Years, Record at TAMUK... First year Office Phone... 361-593-2413 About the Team 2010 Records... 10-16 Overall; 4-10 LSC (T-10th) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 9/4 (Starters 3/3) LSC History Conference Titles... None LSC Divisional Titles... None Past Five Years... 2010 - 4-10 LSC (T-10th); DNP Tourn. 2009 - 6-7 LSC (T-6th); 0-1 Tourn. 2008 - 4-9 LSC (T-11th); DNP Tourn. 2007 - 6-6 LSC (T-5th); 0-1 Tourn. 2006 - 3-7 LSC South (4th); DNP Tourn. All-LSC Returnees Bethany Friesenhahn, RS, So. (HM)

Quick Facts Location... Denton, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1901 (14,180) President... Dr. Ann Stuart Athletic Director... Chalese Connors Athletic Dept. Phone... 940-898-2378 Nickname... Pioneers Colors... Maroon and White Arena... Kitty Magee Arena (1,800) About the Coach Head Coach... Shelly Barberee Years, Record at TWU... Eight years, 134-131 Office Phone... 940-898-2416 About the Team 2010 Records... 11-19 Overall; 8-6 LSC (T-5th) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 6/7 (Starters 3/4) LSC History Conference Titles... None LSC Divisional Titles... 2 (North: 1997, 2003) Past Five Years... 2010 - 8-6 LSC (T-5th); 0-1 Tourn. 2009 - 6-7 LSC (T-6th); 0-1 Tourn. 2008 - 8-5 LSC (T-5th); 1-1 Tourn. 2007 - 6-6 LSC (T-5th); 0-1 Tourn. 2006 - 7-5 LSC North (3rd); 1-1 Tourn. All-LSC Returnees None

west texas A&M university

Quick Facts Location... Canyon, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1910 (7,843) President... Dr. Patrick O’Brien Athletic Director... Michael McBroom Athletic Dept. Phone... 806-651-4400 Nickname... Lady Buffs Colors... Maroon and White Arena... WTAMU Fieldhouse (2,557) About the Coach Head Coach... Jason Skoch Years, Record at WTAMU... Two years, 66-13 Office Phone... 806-651-2695 About the Team 2010 Records... 27-9 Overall; 14-0 LSC (1st) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 12/3 (Starters 5/2) LSC History Conference Titles... 16 (1988, 1989, 1990, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010) LSC Titles... 4 (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010) LSC Divisional Titles... 8 (South: 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006) Past Five Years... 2010 - 14-0 LSC (1st); 3-0 Tourn. (Champion) 2009 - 13-0 LSC (1st); 3-0 Tourn. (Champion) 2008 - 13-0 LSC (1st); 3-0 Tourn. (Champion) 2007 - 12-0 LSC (1st); 3-0 Tourn. (Champion) 2006 - 10-0 LSC South (1st); 2-0 Tourn. (Champion) All-LSC Returnees Erika Dupree, S, Sr. (1st Team); Keidra Williams, MB, Sr. (1st Team, Newcomer of Year); Stormi Lancaster, RS, Jr. (HM); Lauren Beville, L, Jr. (HM); Ashley Davis, OH, So. (HM) 26

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LSC Volleyball Championship 2010 Postseason Results

Championship History

LSC Postseason Tournament in Canyon, Texas: FIRST ROUND:West Texas A&M 3, Incarnate Word 0 (25-21,25-14,25-17); Tarleton State 3, Midwestern State 2 (25-10,2125,21-25,25-16,16-14); Abilene Christian 3, Texas Woman’s 0 (25-14,25-17,25-22); Angelo State 3, Central Oklahoma 0 (25-19,25-16,26-24); SEMIFINALS: West Texas A&M 3, Tarleton State 0 (25-10,25-13,25-22); Angelo State 3, Abilene Christian 0 (25-18,25-17,28-26); CHAMPIONSHIP: West Texas A&M 3, Angelo State 1 (25-21,24-26,25-16,25-19) 2010 LSC All-Tournament Team: West Texas A&M: Lauren Thedford (MVP), Ashley Davis, Keidra Williams; Angelo State: Alex Woosley, Maddie Huth, Kaelen Valdez; Tarleton State: Rachel Wolf, Shea McBrearty; Abilene Christian: Jennie Hutt, Ijeoma Moronu; Midwestern State: Lauren Bayer; Central Oklahoma: Zuela Adom; Incarnate Word: Spencer Ladd; Texas Woman’s: Kendra Coulson. NCAA Division II South Central Regional in Warrensburg, Mo.: FIRST ROUND: Emporia State 3, West Texas A&M 1 (22-25,25-20,25-21,26-24); Abilene Christian 3, Truman State 2 (25-14,25-18,19-25,19-25,15-10) ; SEMIFINALS: Washburn 3, Abilene Christian 1 (25-20,2515,20-25,25-15)

LSC Championship

Year School 1982 Angelo State 1983 Angelo State 1984 Angelo State 1985 Angelo State 1986 Texas A&M-Commerce 1987 No Tournament 1988 No Tournament 1989 No Tournament 1990 No Tournament 1991 Angelo State 1992 Angelo State 1993 Eastern New Mexico 1994 Central Oklahoma 1995 West Texas A&M 1996 No Tournament 1997 West Texas A&M 1998 Cameron 1999 West Texas A&M 2000 West Texas A&M 2001 West Texas A&M 2002 West Texas A&M 2003 West Texas A&M 2004 Abilene Christian 2005 Abilene Christian

2009 Postseason Results

LSC Postseason Tournament in Canyon, Texas: FIRST ROUND:West Texas A&M 3, Midwestern State 0 (25-9,25-14,25-16); Texas A&M-Commerce 3, Central Oklahoma 2 (2514,21-25,25-14,24-26,15-12) ; Abilene Christian 3, Texas A&M-Kingsville 0 (25-21,25-16,2519); Angelo State 3, Texas Woman’s 2 (25-12,15-25,25-18,21-25,15-10); SEMIFINALS: West Texas A&M 3, Texas A&M-Commerce 0 (25-15,25-11,25-14); Abilene Christian 3, Angelo State 2 (25-20,21-25,21-25,25-21,15-9) ; CHAMPIONSHIP: West Texas A&M 3, Abilene Christian 1 (27-29,25-13,25-15,25-19) 2009 LSC All-Tournament Team: West Texas A&M: Laura Prinsen (MVP), Melissa Harper, Katie Rickwartz; Abilene Christian: Ijeoma Moronu, Shawna Hines, Jennie Hutt; Texas A&MCommerce: Perla Faudoa, Terra Ousley; Angelo State: Caroline Cleveland, Katie Coleman; Midwestern State: Kiara Jordan; Central Oklahoma: Zuela Adom; Texas A&M-Kingsville: Kristin Chancellor; Texas Woman’s: Katelyn Osborne. NCAA Division II South Central Regional in Warrensburg, Mo.: FIRST ROUND: West Texas A&M 3, Truman 0 (25-21,25-7,25-18); SEMIFINALS: West Texas A&M 3, Washburn 0 (25-17,27-25,25-20); CHAMPIONSHIP: West Texas A&M 3, Central Missouri 1 (20-25,2522,25-18,25-21). NCAA Division II National Championship in St. Paul, Minn.: FIRST ROUND: West Texas A&M 3, California (Pa.) 1 (21-25,25-22,25-20,25-23); SEMIFINALS: West Texas A&M 3, Flagler College 1 (25-17,22-25,25-18,27-25); CHAMPIONSHIP: Concordia University 3, West Texas A&M 0 (25-18,25-18,25-16)

NCAA Division II National Championship in Pensacola, Fla.: FIRST ROUND: West Texas A&M 3, Grand Valley State 2 (27-30,30-24,30-27,26-30,22-20); SEMIFINALS: Concordia-St. Paul 3, West Texas A&M 1 (30-17,30-22,29-31,30-19).

2006 Postseason Results

LSC Postseason Tournament in Lawton, Okla.: FIRST ROUND: Tarleton State 3, Central Oklahoma 1 (26-30,30-20,30-17,30-19); Texas Woman’s 3, Abilene Christian 0 (33-31,3024,30-22); SEMIFINALS: West Texas A&M 3, Tarleton State 0 (30-27,30-14,30-23); Cameron 3, Texas Woman’s 0 (30-16,30-26,30-21); CHAMPIONSHIP: West Texas A&M 3, Cameron 1 (30-22,33-35,30-19,30-13). 2006 LSC All-Tournament Team: West Texas A&M: Libby Garza (MVP), Rachel Altman and Kelley Culley; Cameron: Taran Turner and Vicki Ibarra; Tarleton State: Julie Hamilton; Texas Woman’s: Kandis Schroeder. NCAA Division II Southwest Regional in Canyon, Texas: FIRST ROUND: West Texas A&M 3, Abilene Christian 0 (30-15,30-17,30-25); SEMIFINALS: West Texas A&M 3, Montana St-Billings 0 (31-29,30-27,30-18); CHAMPIONSHIP: West Texas A&M 3, Mesa State 2 (2730,30-26,30-19,22-30,15-7). NCAA Division II National Championship in Pensacola, Fla.: FIRST ROUND: West Texas A&M 3, Lock Haven 1 (30-26,30-28,24-30,30-27); SEMIFINALS: North Alabama 3, West Texas A&M 0 (30-20,30-19,30-22).

2008 Postseason Results

LSC Postseason Tournament in Canyon, Texas: FIRST ROUND: Abilene Christian 3, Angelo State 0 (25-12, 25-15, 25-23); Tarleton State 3, Texas A&M-Commerce 0 (25-15, 25-18, 2624); Texas Woman’s 3, Midwestern State 1 (25-14, 21-25, 25-22, 25-16); West Texas A&M 3, Central Oklahoma 0 (25-17, 25-9, 25-15); SEMIFINALS: Abilene Christian 3, Tarleton State 2 (25-21, 25-20, 22-25, 11-25, 15-13); West Texas A&M 3, Texas Woman’s 0 (25-22, 25-12, 25-15); CHAMPIONSHIP: West Texas A&M 3, Abilene Christian 2 (23-25,25-10,25-21,2225,15-11). 2008 LSC All-Tournament Team: West Texas A&M: Katie Rickwartz (MVP), Melissa Harper, Laura Prinsen; Abilene Christian: Ijeoma Moronu, Shawna Hines, Jennie Hutt; Tarleton State: Shay Gracy, Emily Richardson; Texas Woman’s: Kandis Schroeder, Jessica Crow; Midwestern State: Allison Schreiber; Texas A&M-Commerce: Amy Addison; Central Oklahoma: Courtney Whitlow; Angelo State: Tess Brindock NCAA Division II South Central Regional in Emporia, Kan.: FIRST ROUND: West Texas A&M 3, Pittsburg State 1 (25-20,31-29,22-25,30-28); SEMIFINALS: Emporia State 3, West Texas A&M 0 (28-26,25-17,31-29) .

2005 Postseason Results

LSC Postseason Tournament in Abilene, Texas: FIRST ROUND: Texas Woman’s 3, A&MKingsville 1 (30-18,15-30,30-25,30-28); West Texas A&M 3, Midwestern State 1 (19-30,3024,30-28,30-21); SEMIFINALS: Abilene Christian 3, Texas Woman’s 0 (30-25,30-27,30-22); Central Oklahoma 3, West Texas A&M 2 (30-25,30-24,28-30,29-31,15-12); CHAMPIONSHIP: Abilene Christian 3, Central Oklahoma 0 (30-12,30-19,30-19). 2005 LSC All-Tournament Team: Abilene Christian: Michelle Bernhardt (MVP), Amanda Slate, Lindsey Martin, Abbie Lowry; Central Oklahoma: Stephanie Ball, Kim Morgal; West Texas A&M: Rachel Altman; Texas Woman’s: Carley Messmer. NCAA Division II Southwest Regional in Kearney, Neb.: FIRST ROUND: Abilene Christian 3, Central Oklahoma 0 (30-26, 30-18, 30-23); Metro State 3, West Texas A&M 0 (30-27, 30-28, 30-26); SEMIFINALS: Abilene Christian 3, Metro State 0 (30-23, 30-24, 30-25); CHAMPIONSHIP: Nebraska-Kearney 3, Abilene Christian 0 (30-24, 30-19, 30-22).

2007 Postseason Results

LSC Postseason Tournament in Canyon, Texas: FIRST ROUND: West Texas A&M 3, Tarleton State 0 (30-24,30-23,34-32); Abilene Christian 3, Texas Woman’s 1 (30-21,26-30,30-26,3013); Central Oklahoma 3, Texas A&M-Kingsville 1 (30-23,18-30,30-15,30-25); Cameron 3, Midwestern State 1 (25-30,30-28,30-21,30-20); SEMIFINALS: West Texas A&M 3, Abilene Christian 0 (30-25,30-27,30-25); Central Oklahoma 3, Cameron 0 (30-25,30-20,30-25); CHAMPIONSHIP: West Texas A&M 3, Central Oklahoma 0 (30-16,30-26,30-22). 2007 LSC All-Tournament Team: West Texas A&M: Melissa Harper (MVP), Laura Prinsen, Katie Rickwartz; Central Oklahoma: Lacie Allen, Mari Araujo, Jessica Legako; Abilene Christian: Michelle Bacon, Abbie Lowry; Cameron: Fernanda Queiroz, Laura Ellerbrock; Tarleton State: Allison Hill; Texas Woman’s: Kandis Schroeder; Midwestern State: Whitney Maxwell; Texas A&M-Kingsville: Sha Tramble. NCAA Division II Southwest Regional in Kearney, Neb.: FIRST ROUND: Central Oklahoma 3, Fort Lewis College 0 (30-20,32-30,30-25); West Texas A&M 3, Midwestern State 1 (25-30,3024,30-15,30-26); SEMIFINALS: Nebraska-Kearney 3, Central Oklahoma 1 (30-28,33-31,2030,30-23); West Texas A&M 3, Metro State 1 (30-25,31-33,30-20,30-21) ; CHAMPIONSHIP: West Texas A&M 3, Nebraska-Kearney 0 (30-28,31-29,30-24). Fall Media Guide 2011

1998 Cameron (N) West Texas A&M (S) 1999 Cameron (N) West Texas A&M (S) 2000 Cameron (N) West Texas A&M (S) Regular Season Champions 2001 Central Oklahoma (N) West Texas A&M (S) Year School 2002 Central Oklahoma (N) 1982 Angelo State West Texas A&M (S) 1983 Angelo State 2003 Central Oklahoma (N) 1984 Angelo State West Texas A&M (S) 1985 Angelo State 1986 Texas A&M-Commerce 2004 Cameron (N) Abilene Christian (S) 1987 Texas A&M-Commerce 2005 Central Oklahoma (N) 1988 West Texas A&M Abilene Christian (S) 1989 Angelo State and 2006 Cameron (N) West Texas A&M West Texas A&M (S) 1990 West Texas A&M 2007 West Texas A&M 1991 Angelo State 2008 West Texas A&M 1992 Angelo State 1993 Eastern New Mexico 2009 West Texas A&M 2010 West Texas A&M 1994 Central Oklahoma 1995 Eastern New Mexico* * forfeited championship due to ineligible player 1996 West Texas A&M 1997 Texas Woman’s (N) West Texas A&M (S) 2006 West Texas A&M 2007 West Texas A&M 2008 West Texas A&M 2009 West Texas A&M 2010 West Texas A&M

2004 Postseason Results

LSC Postseason Tournament in Lawton, Okla.: FIRST ROUND: Eastern N.M. 3, Central Okla. 1 (30-26,30-28,16-30,30-12); Angelo State 3, Texas Woman’s 1 (29-31,30-15,3028,30-22); SEMIFINALS: Abilene Christian 3, Eastern N.M. 1 (26-30,33-31,30-23,30-17); Cameron 3, Angelo State 1 (30-21,21-30,30-22,30-24); CHAMPIONSHIP: Abilene Christian 3, Cameron 0 (30-18,30-25,30-23). 2004 LSC All-Tournament Team: Abilene Christian: Amanda Slate (MVP), Lindsey Martin, Michelle Bernhardt; Angelo State: Amber Nelson; Cameron: Nicole Reinhart, Jenny Head; Eastern N.M.: Grace George. NCAA Division II Playoffs in Kearney, Neb.: FIRST ROUND: St. Edward’s 3, Abilene Christian 0 (30-28,30-23,30-22); Eastern N.M. 3, Mesa State 2 (30-24,30-27,28-30,3032,15-13); SEMIFINALS: Nebraska-Kearney 3, Eastern N.M. 0 (30-20,30-18,30-26). 27


LSC Volleyball Statistics 2010 LSC Volleyball Standings

= LSC = === Overall === Games Games Rank, Team W-L For Opp. Pct. W-L For Opp. 1. West Texas A&M 14-0 42 4 1.000 27-9 91 40 2. Abilene Christian 13-1 39 10 .929 27-6 83 33 3. Angelo State 12-2 36 8 .857 19-12 67 39 9-5 32 22 .643 15-14 59 53 4. Midwestern State ~T5. Tarleton 8-6 31 22 .571 23-10 76 46 ^T5. Central Oklahoma 8-6 28 21 .571 20-11 69 44 *T5. Texas Woman’s 8-6 29 24 .571 11-19 47 67 T8. Southeastern Okla. 6-8 18 27 .429 10-15 33 50 6-8 25 26 .429 9-15 38 50 #T8. Incarnate Word T10. Texas A&M-Commerce 4-10 14 35 .286 14-15 49 56 T10. Eastern New Mexico 4-10 17 33 .286 13-16 49 58 T10. Texas A&M-Kingsville 4-10 16 32 .286 10-16 38 53 T10. Cameron 4-10 18 33 .286 9-18 38 62 3-11 12 35 .214 10-21 38 70 14. Southwestern Okla. 15. East Central 2-12 12 37 .143 4-27 22 82 ~No. 5 seed, ^No. 6 seed, *No. 7 seed, #No. 8 seed due to tiebreaker

2010 Team Statistical Leaders

HITTING PERCENTAGE 1. West Texas A&M 2. Angelo State 3. Abilene Christian 4. Tarleton 5. Midwestern State 6. Eastern New Mexico 7. Central Oklahoma 8. Southeastern Okla. 9. Incarnate Word 10. Texas Woman’s 11. Texas A&M-Commerce 12. Cameron 13. Texas A&M-Kingsville 14. Southwestern Okla. 15. East Central

G 131 106 119 122 112 107 113 83 88 114 105 100 91 108 104

Kills 1814 1402 1525 1576 1365 1318 1403 895 1042 1391 1170 1145 1064 1124 1087

Errs 673 562 583 729 571 630 665 409 495 712 622 574 558 701 689

ASSISTS 1. West Texas A&M 2. Angelo State 3. Tarleton 4. Abilene Christian 5. Central Oklahoma 6. Incarnate Word 7. Midwestern State 8. Texas Woman’s 9. Eastern New Mexico 10. Texas A&M-Kingsville 11. Cameron 12. Texas A&M-Commerce 13. Southeastern Okla. 14. East Central 15. Southwestern Okla.

G 131 106 122 119 113 88 112 114 107 91 100 105 83 104 108

No. Per Game 1704 13.01 1326 12.51 1446 11.85 1384 11.63 1289 11.41 999 11.35 1257 11.22 1272 11.16 1188 11.10 983 10.80 1062 10.62 1065 10.14 827 9.96 1003 9.64 1017 9.42

KILLS 1. West Texas A&M 2. Angelo State 3. Tarleton 4. Abilene Christian 5. Central Oklahoma 6. Eastern New Mexico 7. Texas Woman’s 8. Midwestern State 9. Incarnate Word 10. Texas A&M-Kingsville 11. Cameron 12. Texas A&M-Commerce 13. Southeastern Okla. 14. East Central 15. Southwestern Okla.

G 131 106 122 119 113 107 114 112 88 91 100 105 83 104 108

No. Per Game 1814 13.85 1402 13.23 1576 12.92 1525 12.82 1403 12.42 1318 12.32 1391 12.20 1365 12.19 1042 11.84 1064 11.69 1145 11.45 1170 11.14 895 10.78 1087 10.45 1124 10.41

Total 4933 3867 4365 4275 4123 3872 4391 2918 3383 4217 3499 3665 3361 3647 3724

Pct. .750 .818 .613 .517 .697 .645 .367 .400 .375 .483 .448 .385 .333 .323 .129

Pct .231 .217 .216 .198 .193 .178 .168 .167 .162 .161 .157 .156 .151 .116 .107

BLOCKS 1. Abilene Christian 2. Midwestern State 3. West Texas A&M 4. Cameron 5. Texas A&M-Commerce 6. Texas Woman’s 7. Southeastern Okla. 8. Incarnate Word 9. Central Oklahoma 10. Tarleton 11. Angelo State 12. Southwestern Okla. 13. Eastern New Mexico 14. Texas A&M-Kingsville 15. East Central

G 119 112 131 100 105 114 83 88 113 122 106 108 107 91 104

Solo 61 72 57 42 75 36 52 65 44 48 30 65 48 34 46

Asst 470 391 417 308 253 360 203 191 301 300 279 209 236 202 202

SERVICE ACES 1. Texas A&M-Commerce 2. Texas A&M-Kingsville 3. Tarleton 4. Southeastern Okla. 5. Central Oklahoma 6. Abilene Christian 7. Southwestern Okla. 8. Eastern New Mexico 9. Angelo State 10. Incarnate Word 11. Cameron 12. Texas Woman’s 13. West Texas A&M 14. East Central 15. Midwestern State

G 105 91 122 83 113 119 108 107 106 88 100 114 131 104 112

No. Per Game 159 1.51 133 1.46 178 1.46 121 1.46 158 1.40 161 1.35 140 1.30 133 1.24 121 1.14 95 1.08 106 1.06 119 1.04 133 1.02 102 0.98 104 0.93

DIGS 1. Incarnate Word 2. West Texas A&M 3. Central Oklahoma 4. Abilene Christian 5. Midwestern State 6. Texas A&M-Kingsville 7. Angelo State 8. Southeastern Okla. 9. Texas Woman’s 10. East Central 11. Tarleton 12. Cameron 13. Eastern New Mexico 14. Texas A&M-Commerce 15. Southwestern Okla.

G 88 131 113 119 112 91 106 83 114 104 122 100 107 105 108

No. Per Game 1583 17.99 2315 17.67 1980 17.52 2072 17.41 1921 17.15 1535 16.87 1713 16.16 1296 15.61 1775 15.57 1566 15.06 1830 15.00 1496 14.96 1531 14.31 1414 13.47 1412 13.07

Total Per Game 296.0 2.49 267.5 2.39 265.5 2.03 196.0 1.96 201.5 1.92 216.0 1.89 153.5 1.85 160.5 1.82 194.5 1.72 198.0 1.62 169.5 1.60 169.5 1.57 166.0 1.55 135.0 1.48 147.0 1.41

2010 Individual Statistical Leaders

HITTING PERCENTAGE (Minimum.200/3.0 attacks per set) Player, Team Year GP Kills Errors 1. Brittany McDonald, SOSU JR 81 167 48 2. Shawna Hines, ACU SR 114 315 83 3. Chelsea Gibson, ASU SO 97 310 106 4. Terra Ousley, A&M-C SR 93 162 57 5. Rachel Robertson, A&M-C SO 105 313 112 6. Neely Borger, ACU FR 115 187 61 7. Laura Macek, TAMUK JR 51 67 17 8. Keidra Williams, WTAMU JR 103 200 77 9. Amanda Waclawczyk, TAMUK JR 90 191 54 10. LaKendra Sanders, SWOSU JR 102 236 81 KILLS (Minimum 2.00 per game) Player, Team Year SR 1. Zuela Adom, UCO 2. Chelsea Gibson, ASU SO 3. Megan Olivarez, CU FR 4. Rachel Robertson, A&M-C SO 5. Rachel Wolf, TARLETON SR 6. Alex Richardson, UCO JR 7. Lauren Thedford, WTAMU SR 8. Kristen Beck, ENMU JR 9. Kristen Wilson, UCO SR 10. Lunden Azuara, SOSU JR 28

GP 113 97 94 105 120 94 131 107 113 83

Total 378 748 679 353 705 444 183 451 509 581

Pct. .315 .310 .300 .297 .285 .284 .273 .273 .269 .267

No. Per Gm 377 3.34 310 3.20 289 3.07 313 2.98 350 2.92 273 2.90 373 2.85 302 2.82 317 2.81 232 2.80 Lone Star Conference


LSC Volleyball Statistics/Records ASSISTS (Minimum 5.00 per set) Player, Team Year 1. Alex Woolsey, ASU SO 2. Ijeoma Moronu, ACU SR 3. Veronica Valdez-Kent, ENMU SR 4. Jordan Neal, A&M-C FR 5. Fleming Smurthwaite, UCO FR 6. Taryn Westerman, MSU JR 7. Erika Dupree, WTAMU JR 8. Chelsea White, SOSU FR 9. Sydney Veitenheimer, TWU SR 10. Jenna Risoli, CU SR

Match

GP No. Per Gm 106 1135 10.71 114 1135 9.96 102 1010 9.90 98 873 8.91 108 949 8.79 99 825 8.33 131 871 6.65 79 523 6.62 112 720 6.43 100 635 6.35

DIGS: 69, Jodi Cave, Angelo State vs. Hastings, 1991 BLOCK SOLOS: 18, Jennifer Goble, Eastern New Mexico vs. Western New Mexico, 1992 BLOCK Assists: 27, Julie Myatt, West Texas A&M vs. Regis, 1988 KILLS: 46, Alma Brahimaj, Central Oklahoma vs. Cameron, 2000 ATTACKS: 125, Alma Brahimaj, Central Oklahoma vs. Cameron, 2000 HITTING PERCENTAGE: .857, Jill Myatt, West Texas A&M vs. Texas A&MKingsville, 1989 SERVICE ACES: 14, Jodi Cave, Angelo State vs. Chapman, 1991 ASSISTS: 92, Sandy Callahan, West Tex. A&M vs. Central Missouri, 1990

Season

SERVICE ACES (Minimum 0.10 per set) Player, Team Year 1. Naomi Mays, A&M-C SR 2. Lauryn Lozano, TAMUK FR 3. Hannah Adams, ECU FR 4. Ali Insell, TAMUK SO 5. Chelsea White, SOSU FR 6. Shea McBrearty, TARLETON SR 7. Launa McClung, TWU SR Alisa Meredith, ASU SO 9. Stephanie Parker, SWOSU SR 10. Kristen Wilson, UCO SR

GP 102 81 75 84 79 122 104 78 105 113

BLOCKS (Minimum 0.50 per set) Player, Team Year 1. Shawna Hines, ACU SR 2. Lauren Bayer, MSU SR 3. Keidra Williams, WTAMU JR 4. Caitlin Wallace, MSU FR 5. LaKendra Sanders, SWOSU JR 6. LyGene’ Traylor, TWU SR 7. Neely Borger, ACU FR 8. Amber Schroer, CU SR 9. Daniella Vidaurri, UIW SO 10. Ijeoma Moronu, ACU SR

GP 114 111 103 64 102 106 115 63 83 114

Solo 29 32 17 7 35 13 14 12 18 9

DIGS (Minimum 1.00 per set) Player, Team Year 1. Virginia Hernandez, TAMUK SR JR 2. Megan Kimak, ECU 3. Kiara Jordan, MSU JR SR 4. Kendra Coulson, TWU 5. Sladjana Simic, SWOSU JR 6. Spencer Ladd, UIW SR JR 7. Ginger Gowen, UCO 8. Shea McBrearty, TARLETON SR JR 9. Kelsie Edwards, ACU 10. Lydia Werchan, UIW SO

GP 86 91 91 114 108 77 112 122 115 77

No. Per Gm 464 5.40 461 5.07 436 4.79 523 4.59 492 4.56 346 4.49 474 4.23 513 4.20 480 4.17 316 4.10

DIGS: 996, Lacie Allen, Central Oklahoma, 2007 DIGS PER SET: 7.11, Lacie Allen, Central Oklahoma, 2007 BLOCK SOLOS: 144, Jana Moore, Abilene Christian , 1988 BLOCK Assists: 164, Kristen Vincent, Central Oklahoma, 1991 TOTAL BLOCKS: 266, Jennifer Goble, Eastern New Mexico, 1992 BLOCKS PER SET: 2.5, Jana Moore, Abilene Christian, 1988 KILLS: 735, Sarah Butler, West Texas A&M, 1999 KILLS PER SET: 6.07, Sarah Butler, West Texas A&M, 1999 ATTACKS: 1,752, Mari Araujo, Central Oklahoma, 2007 HITTING PERCENTAGE: .503, Carol Pereira, West Texas A&M, 1990 ASSISTS: 1,884, Katie Rickwartz, West Texas A&M, 2007 ASSISTS per SET: 13.90, Kendra Morgan, West Texas A&M, 2001 SERVICE ACES: 125, Brittany Bridge, West Texas A&M, 2000; Lora Spencer, Cameron, 2000 service aces per SET: 0.92, Heather Divine, Central Okla., 1989

No. Per Gm 42 0.41 33 0.41 29 0.39 30 0.36 26 0.33 39 0.32 32 0.31 24 0.31 32 0.30 34 0.30

POINTS Player, Team Cl G K SA SR 113 377 1 1. Zuela Adom, UCO 2. Shawna Hines, ACU SR 114 315 1 3. Rachel Robertson, A&M-C SO 105 313 16 4. Chelsea Gibson, ASU SO 97 310 3 5. Megan Olivarez, CU FR 94 289 19 6. Rachel Wolf, TARLETON SR 120 350 24 7. Lauren Thedford, WTAMU SR 131 373 22 8. Lunden Azuara, SOSU JR 83 232 18 9. Kristen Wilson, UCO SR 113 317 34 10. Kristen Beck, ENMU JR 107 302 29

Asst 132 101 99 59 62 87 89 44 55 91

Total Per Gm 161.0 1.41 133.0 1.20 116.0 1.13 66.0 1.03 97.0 0.95 100.0 0.94 103.0 0.90 56.0 0.89 73.0 0.88 100.0 0.88

Career

DIGS: 2,765, Lacie Allen, Central Oklahoma, 2004-07 DIGS PER SET: 5.90, Lauren Flynn, Texas A&M-Commerce, 2006-09 BLOCK SOLOS: 360, Jennifer Goble, Eastern New Mexico, 1991-93, 95 BLOCK Assists: 515, Kristen Vincent, Central Oklahoma, 1990-93 TOTAL BLOCKS: 791, Jennifer Goble, Eastern New Mexico, 1991-93, 95 BLOCKS PER SET: 1.69, Jana Moore, Abilene Christian, 1985-88 KILLS: 2,404, Alma Brahimaj, Central Oklahoma, 1999-2002 KILLS PER SET: 5.25, Sarah Butler, West Texas A&M, 1997-99 ATTACKS: 6,057, Alma Brahimaj, Central Oklahoma, 1999-2002 HITTING PERCENTAGE: .364, Sarah Butler, West Texas A&M, 1997-99 ASSISTS: 6,087, Kendra Morgan, West Texas A&M, 2000-03 ASSISTS per SET: 12.62, Lindsey Martin, Abilene Christian, 2002-05 SERVICE ACES: 267, Heather Divine, Central Oklahoma, 1988-1991 service aces per SET: 0.721, Kelsey Kosick, Cameron, 2001-03

Match

Team Records

DIGS: 226, West Texas A&M vs. Eastern New Mexico, 1993; Southwest Texas State vs. N/A, 1982 BLOCK SOLOS: 27, Cameron vs. Eastern New Mexico, 1990 BLOCK Assists: 48, West Texas A&M vs. Minnesota Duluth, 2000 TOTAL BLOCKS: 44, Texas A&M-Commerce vs. Eastern N.M., 1989 KILLS: 107, Angelo State vs. East Texas State, 1995 ATTACKS: 298, Central Oklahoma vs. Cameron, 2000 HITTING PERCENTAGE: .617, Angelo State vs. Colo. St.-Pueblo, 2004 SERVICE ACES: 26, Central Oklahoma vs. Texas Woman’s, 1990 ASSISTS: 96, West Texas A&M vs. Central Missouri, 1990

BS BA Points Avg/G 15 70 428.0 3.79 29 132 411.0 3.61 20 56 377.0 3.59 5 59 347.5 3.58 4 29 326.5 3.47 5 51 404.5 3.37 12 63 438.5 3.35 6 37 274.5 3.31 4 29 369.5 3.27 4 24 347.0 3.24

Season

VICTORIES: 39, West Texas A&M, 1983; West Texas A&M, 2009 CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES VS. LSC OPPONENTS: 83, West Texas A&M, 2006-present DIGS: 3,177, Abilene Christian, 1993 DIGS PER SET: 23.17, Southeastern Oklahoma, 2005 BLOCK SOLOS: 351, Southwest Texas State, 1982 BLOCK Assists: 655, Angelo State, 1983 TOTAL BLOCKS: 891, Angelo State, 1983 BLOCKS PER SET: 5.6, Abilene Christian, 1988 KILLS: 2,561, West Texas A&M, 2007 KILLS PER SET: 17.53, Angelo State, 1991 ATTACKS: 6,832, West Texas A&M, 2007 HITTING PERCENTAGE: .340, West Texas A&M, 1991 ASSISTS: 2,319, West Texas A&M, 2007 ASSISTS per SET: 15.49, West Texas A&M, 2001 SERVICE ACES: 377, Texas Woman’s, 1987 service aces per SET: 2.79, Central Oklahoma, 1989

NOTE: Players listed among Individual Leaders met or exceeded the minimums and played in at least 50 percent of their team’s games.

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Individual Records

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2010 LSC Volleyball Awards All-Conference Awards Player Shawna Hines Lauren Thedford Zuela Adom Ijeoma Moronu Chelsea Gibson Erika Dupree Alex Woolsey Karolina Damjanovic Kristen Wilson Keidra Williams Rachel Wolf Lauren Bayer Shea McBrearty Virginia Hernandez

FIRST TEAM Team Abilene Christian West Texas A&M Central Oklahoma Abilene Christian Angelo State West Texas A&M Angelo State Midwestern State Central Oklahoma West Texas A&M Tarleton State Midwestern State Tarleton State Texas A&M-Kingsville

SECOND TEAM Player Team Brittany McDonald Southeastern Oklahoma Kiara Jordan Midwestern State Rachel Robertson Texas A&M-Commerce Irelis Ilarraza Tarleton State Lunden Azuara Southeastern Oklahoma Jordan Schilling Abilene Christian Jennie Hutt Abilene Christian Kendra Coulson Texas Woman’s Stephanie Bonura Incarnate Word Angelo State Kaelen Valdez Jordan Neal Texas A&M-Commerce Veronica Valdez - Kent Eastern New Mexico Adrienne Lawson Cameron Megan Kimak East Central

Pos. Year MB Sr. OH Sr. MB Sr. S Sr. MB So. S Jr. S So. RS Sr. OH Sr. MB Jr. OH Sr. MB Sr. L Sr. L Sr.

Player, Pos. Lauren Thedford, OH Kendra Coulson, L Shawna Hines, MB Amanda Waclawczyk, MB Jennie Hutt, OH Kalynne Allen, MB Hillary White, OH Rachel Watson, MB Raelynn Beaty, L Emily Walter, MB Erika Dupree, S Shea McBrearty, L Ijeoma Moronu, S Sydney Veitenheimer, S

All-Academic Awards

Team West Texas A&M Texas Woman’s Abilene Christian Texas A&M-Kingsville Abilene Christian Abilene Christian Midwestern State East Central Southeastern Okla. Southwestern Okla. West Texas A&M Tarleton State Abilene Christian Texas Woman’s

Year Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Major Political Science Legal Studies Business Mgmt. Biology Interdisp. Studies History English Biology Psychology Pre-Pharmacy English Education Public Relations Exercise Science Marketing

Hometown Carrollton, Texas Abilene, Texas Aurora, Colo. Poth, Texas Papillion, Neb. New Braunfels, Texas N. Richland Hills, Texas Edmond, Oklahoma Wimberly, Texas Azle, Texas Mesquite, Texas Dripping Springs Fort Worth, Texas Windthorst, Texas

SPECIAL RECOGNITION Academic Player of the Year: Lauren Thedford, West Texas A&M Pos. Year MB Jr. L Jr. MB So. OH Jr. OH Jr. OH Sr. OH Jr. L Sr. OH So. OH Fr. S Fr. S Sr. OH Jr. L Jr.

HONORABLE MENTION Player Team Pos. Year Kristen Beck Eastern New Mexico OH Jr. Megan Olivarez Cameron OH Fr. Neely Borger Abilene Christian MB Fr. LaKendra Sanders Southwestern Oklahoma MB Jr. Stormi Lancaster West Texas A&M RS So. Jessica King Eastern New Mexico MB Jr. Spencer Ladd Incarnate Word L Sr. Lauren Beville West Texas A&M L So. Daniella Vidaurri Incarnate Word MB Jr. Ashley Davis West Texas A&M OH Fr. LyGene’ Traylor Texas Woman’s MB Sr. Bethany Friesenhahn Texas A&M-Kingsville RS Fr. Angelo State RS Jr. Debbie Ohl Beth Soukup Incarnate Word RS Fr. Sladjana Simic Southwestern Oklahoma L Jr.

Player of the Week Awards Date Offensive S-7 Zuela Adom, UCO Ashley Davis, WTAMU S-14 Irelis Ilarra, Tarleton Kalynne Allen, ACU S-21 Adrienne Lawson, CU Zuela Adom, UCO S-28 Flynn Harrell, Tarleton Amanda Waclawczyk, TAMUK O-5 Neely Borger, ACU Chelsea Gibson, ASU O-13 Kristen Beck, ENMU Katelyn Osborne, TWU O-19 Alex Richardson, UCO Chelsea Gibson, ASU O-26 Megan Olivarez, CU Shelbi Stewart, MSU N-2 Shawna Hines, ACU Jordan Parks, SE N-9 Zuela Adom, UCO Ashley Davis, WTAMU

Defensive Ginger Gowen, UCO Alexa Williams, ASU Shawna Hines, ACU Kiara Jordan, MSU Megan Kimak, ECU Ginger Gowen, UCO Shea McBrearty, Tarleton Hillary White, MSU Kelsie Edwards, ACU Brittany McDonald, SE Lauren Bayer, MSU Kendra Coulson, TWU Tate Hardaker, UCO Shea McBrearty, Tarleton Monica Hamel, Tarleton Amber Durand, ENMU Kaelen Valdez, ASU Keidra Williams, WTAMU Kendra Coulson, TWU Caroline Cleveland, ASU

Setter Alex Woolsey, ASU Erika Dupree, WTAMU Ijeoma Moronu, ACU Jessie Hartman, Tarleton Veronica Valdez-Kent, ENMU Erika Dupree, WTAMU Taryn Westerman, MSU Alex Woolsey, ASU Ijeoma Moronu, ACU Jordan Neal, A&M-C Erika Dupree, WTAMU Alex Woolsey, ASU Alex Woolsey, ASU Ijeoma Moronu, ACU Taryn Westerman, MSU Erika Dupree, WTAMU Alex Woolsey, ASU Erika Dupree, WTAMU Erika Dupree, WTAMU Fleming Smurthwaite, UCO

SPECIAL AWARDS Offensive Player of the Year: Chelsea Gibson, Angelo State Defensive Player of the Year: Shawna Hines, Abilene Christian Setter of the Year: Ijeoma Moronu, Abilene Christian Libero of the Year: Kiara Jordan, Midwestern State Freshman of the Year: Neely Borger, Abilene Christian Newcomer of the Year: Keidra Williams, West Texas A&M Coach of the Year: Jason Skoch, West Texas A&M

West Texas A&M (27-9, 14-0) captured its fifth straight and 16th overall league title in 2010, while extending its winning streak to 83 straight matches over league opponents.

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LSC Volleyball Standings (1983-2010) 2010-LSC Rank, Team 1. West Texas A&M 2. Abilene Christian 3. Angelo State 4. Midwestern State T5. Tarleton T5. Central Oklahoma T5. Texas Woman’s T8. Southeastern Okla. T8. Incarnate Word T10. Texas A&M-Commerce T10. Eastern New Mexico T10. Texas A&M-Kingsville T10. Cameron 14. Southwestern Okla. 15. East Central

LSC Overall W-L W-L 14-0 27-9 13-1 27-6 12-2 19-12 9-5 15-14 8-6 23-10 8-6 20-11 8-6 11-19 6-8 10-15 6-8 9-15 4-10 14-15 4-10 13-16 4-10 10-16 4-10 9-18 3-11 10-21 2-12 4-27

2009-LSC Rank, Team 1. West Texas A&M 2. Abilene Christian 3. Angelo State 4. Texas A&M-Commerce 5. Central Oklahoma T6. Southeastern Okla. T6. Texas A&M-Kingsville T6. Texas Woman’s T6. Midwestern State T10. Cameron T10. East Central 12. Tarleton State 13. Southwestern Okla. 14. Eastern New Mexico

LSC Overall W-L W-L 13-0 39-4 12-1 29-6 10-3 19-14 8-5 25-10 7-6 16-16 6-7 22-14 6-7 17-13 6-7 16-17 6-7 10-25 5-8 17-12 5-8 14-21 4-9 10-21 3-10 6-28 0-13 6-23

2008-LSC Rank, Team 1. West Texas A&M 2. Tarleton State T3. Abilene Christian T3. Midwestern State T5. Texas Woman’s T5. Angelo State 7. Texas A&M-Commerce 8. Central Oklahoma T9. Southeastern Okla. T9. Cameron T11. Texas A&M-Kingsville T11. East Central 13. Southwestern Okla. 14. Eastern New Mexico

LSC Overall W-L W-L 13-0 34-5 10-3 22-10 9-4 26-9 9-4 25-9 8-5 20-13 8-5 20-14 7-6 15-12 6-7 13-21 5-8 19-14 5-8 14-13 4-9 11-17 4-9 12-22 3-10 14-18 0-13 6-28

2007-LSC Rank, Team 1.West Texas A&M 2.Central Oklahoma 3.Midwestern State 4.Abilene Christian 5.Texas A&M-Kingsville 5.Texas Woman’s 5.Cameron 8.Tarleton State 8.Southwestern Okla. 10.Angelo State 11.Texas A&M-Commerce 12.Southeastern Okla. 13.Eastern New Mexico

LSC Overall W-L W-L 12-0 36-8 11-1 32-7 10-2 27-6 8-4 15-14 6-6 14-12 6-6 15-13 6-6 14-16 5-7 13-16 5-7 14-19 4-8 6-21 3-9 9-19 2-10 7-20 0-12 4-25

2006-North Rank, Team 1.Cameron 2.Central Oklahoma 3.Texas Woman’s T-4.Southeastern Okla. T-4.Midwestern State 6.A&M-Commerce 7.Southwestern Okla.

LSC W-L 10-2 9-3 7-5 5-7 5-7 4-8 2-10

2006-South Rank, Team 1.West Texas A&M 2.Abilene Christian 3.Tarleton State 4.Texas A&M-Kingsville 5.Angelo State 6.Eastern New Mexico

LSC Overall W-L W-L 10-0 34-4 8-2 18-11 6-4 14-15 3-7 8-22 2-8 4-21 1-9 6-27

2005-North Rank, Team 1. Central Oklahoma 2. Texas Woman’s 3. Midwestern State 4. Southeastern Okla. 5. Cameron 6. A&M-Commerce 7. Southwestern Okla.

LSC Overall W-L W-L 12-0 27-8 8-4 17-19 7-5 26-12 6-6 19-16 5-7 15-14 2-9 10-19 1-10 5-27

2005-South Rank, Team 1. Abilene Christian 2. West Texas A&M 3. A&M-Kingsville 4. Eastern New Mexico

LSC Overall W-L W-L 10-0 31-4 8-2 27-10 6-4 11-21 3-7 8-19

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Overall W-L 25-4 21-11 24-12 19-12 16-14 11-18 10-23

5. Tarleton State 6. Angelo State

2-8 1-9

16-17 9-23

1999-South Rank, Team 1. West Texas A&M 2. Eastern N.M. 3. Abilene Christian 4. Angelo State 5. Tarleton State 5. A&M-Kingsville 7. Midwestern State

LSC Overall W-L W-L 12-0 36-2 8-4 26-10 7-5 23-12 6-6 14-15 4-8 17-13 4-8 14-21 1-11 8-24

1998-North Rank, Team 1. Cameron 2. Central Oklahoma 3. Harding 4. A&M-Commerce 5. Ouachita Baptist 5. Texas Woman’s 5. Southeastern Okla.

LSC Overall W-L W-L 12-0 29-3 9-3 23-12 8-4 24-14 7-5 16-19 2-10 8-26 2-10 7-31 2-10 5-25

2004-North Rank, Team 1. Cameron 2. Central Oklahoma 3. Texas Woman’s T4. Midwestern State T4. A&M-Commerce 6. Southeastern Okla.

LSC Overall W-L W-L 9-1 20-12 8-2 21-9 6-4 15-19 3-7 12-19 3-7 7-23 1-9 4-28

2004-South Rank, Team 1. Abilene Christian T2. Eastern N.M. T2. Angelo State T4. West Texas A&M T4. A&M-Kingsville 6. Tarleton State

LSC Overall W-L W-L 9-1 28-8 7-3 25-9 7-3 23-9 3-7 19-16 3-7 10-22 1-9 16-18

2003-North Rank, Team 1. Central Oklahoma 1. Cameron 1. Texas Woman’s 4. A&M-Commerce 4. Midwestern State 6. Southeastern Okla.

LSC Overall W-L W-L 8-2 23-7 8-2 21-12 8-2 16-19 3-7 15-16 3-7 14-19 0-10 3-33

1998-South Rank, Team 1. West Texas A&M 2. Eastern N.M. 3. A&M-Kingsville 4. Angelo State 5. Tarleton State 6. Midwestern State 7. Abilene Christian

LSC Overall W-L W-L 12-0 25-7 9-3 23-10 7-5 22-12 6-6 21-12 4-8 11-21 3-9 10-21 1-11 18-19

2003-South Rank, Team 1. West Texas A&M 2. Abilene Christian 2. Eastern N.M. 4. Angelo State 5. A&M-Kingsville 6. Tarleton State

LSC Overall W-L W-L 9-1 29-8 7-3 25-11 7-3 16-15 5-5 13-20 2-8 9-25 0-10 9-27

1997-North Rank, Team 1. Texas Woman’s 2. Central Oklahoma 3. Cameron 4. A&M-Commerce 5. Harding 6. Ouachita Baptist

LSC Overall W-L W-L 10-0 24-13 7-3 24-10 6-4 19-9 5-5 19-16 2-8 14-24 0-10 6-27

2002-North Rank, Team 1. Central Oklahoma 2. A&M-Commerce 2. Cameron 4. Midwestern State 5. Texas Woman’s 6. Southeastern Okla.

LSC Overall W-L W-L 9-1 30-7 7-3 23-14 7-3 16-14 4-6 12-10 3-7 7-25 0-10 5-24

2002-South Rank, Team 1. West Texas A&M 2. A&M-Kingsville 2. Tarleton State 4. Eastern N.M. 4. Abilene Christian 6. Angelo State

LSC Overall W-L W-L 10-0 35-3 5-5 16-18 5-5 16-18 4-6 20-12 4-6 18-14 2-8 14-16

1997-South Rank, Team 1. West Texas A&M 2. A&M-Kingsville 2. Eastern N.M. 4. Abilene Christian 4. Angelo State 6. Tarleton State 7. Midwestern State

LSC Overall W-L W-L 12-0 37-3 7-5 20-15 7-5 18-14 5-7 9-15 5-7 9-20 4-8 14-14 2-10 9-23

2001-North Rank, Team 1. Central Oklahoma 2. Cameron 3. A&M-Commerce 4. Texas Woman’s 5. Midwestern State 6. Southeastern Okla.

LSC Overall W-L W-L 9-1 26-8 8-2 22-8 7-3 21-13 3-7 12-25 2-8 9-24 1-9 17-22

1996 Rank, Team 1. West Texas A&M 2. Texas Woman’s 3. Eastern N.M. 3. Central Oklahoma 5. A&M-Kingsville 6. Midwestern State 7. Abilene Christian 8. A&M-Commerce 9. Angelo State 9. Tarleton State

LSC Overall W-L W-L 16-2 26-6 14-4 28-8 12-6 20-11 12-6 20-13 10-8 15-15 7-11 14-18 6-12 10-24 5-13 7-27 4-14 6-26 4-14 7-24

2001-South Rank, Team 1. West Texas A&M 2. Eastern N.M. 3. Abilene Christian 4. Angelo State 5. Tarleton State 6. A&M-Kingsville

LSC Overall W-L W-L 10-0 30-3 7-3 22-14 6-4 19-14 4-6 8-19 3-7 8-23 0-10 4-29

2000-North Rank, Team 1. Cameron 2. Central Oklahoma 3. A&M-Commerce 4. Midwestern State 5. Texas Woman’s 6. Southeastern Okla.

LSC Overall W-L W-L 9-1 22-13 8-2 20-12 7-3 24-13 3-7 6-27 2-8 6-26 1-9 4-26

2000-South Rank, Team 1. West Texas A&M 2. Abilene Christian 3. Eastern N.M. 4. Angelo State 5. A&M-Kingsville 6. Tarleton State

LSC Overall W-L W-L 10-0 36-2 7-3 29-6 6-4 26-11 5-5 17-13 2-8 10-21 0-10 5-28

1999-North Rank, Team 1. Cameron 2. Harding 3. Central Oklahoma 4. A&M-Commerce 5. Texas Woman’s 6. Ouachita Baptist 7. Southeastern Okla.

LSC Overall W-L W-L 12-0 27-5 9-3 26-11 8-4 19-12 6-6 13-20 5-7 8-26 2-10 8-24 0-12 4-25

LSC Overall 1995 Rank, Team W-L W-L 1. Eastern N.M.* 15-1 25-5 2. West Texas A&M 14-2 30-8 3. A&M-Commerce 10-6 20-13 4. Texas Woman’s 9-7 25-10 5. Abilene Christian 8-8 20-12 5. Central Oklahoma 8-8 17-20 7. Angelo State 5-11 11-23 8. Tarleton State 2-14 6-29 9. A&M-Kingsville 1-15 2-21 *later forfeited conference title to WT

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1994 Rank, Team 1. Central Oklahoma 2. A&M-Commerce 3. West Texas A&M 4. Eastern N.M. 5. Texas Woman’s 5. Angelo State 7. Abilene Christian 8. A&M-Kingsville

LSC Overall W-L W-L 14-3 32-5 13-4 21-13 12-4 19-11 7-9 16-14 6-9 18-14 6-9 12-16 5-10 16-17 0-15 2-27

1993 Rank, Team 1. Eastern N.M. 2. Abilene Christian 3. Angelo State 4. West Texas A&M 5. Central Oklahoma 6. Texas Woman’s 7. A&M-Commerce 8. A&M-Kingsville

LSC Overall W-L W-L 15-2 33-6 10-6 33-8 10-7 17-16 9-7 22-12 7-8 23-14 6-9 17-18 5-10 15-21 1-14 4-26

1992 Rank, Team 1. Angelo State 2. Texas Woman’s 3. Eastern N.M. 3. Abilene Christian

LSC Overall W-L W-L 9-1 33-8 7-3 26-14 5-4 20-14 5-4 24-16

5. Central Oklahoma 5. A&M-Commerce 7. Cameron 8. A&M-Kingsville

3-5 3-5 2-6 1-7

24-17 19-17 11-20 11-18

1991 Rank, Team 1. Angelo State 1. Eastern N.M. 3. Abilene Christian 4. Texas Woman’s 5. Cameron 6. A&M-Commerce 7. Central Oklahoma 8. A&M-Kingsville

LSC Overall W-L W-L 8-2 23-16 8-2 27-10 6-3 29-11 4-4 19-17 4-5 19-15 3-5 8-22 2-6 17-18 8-0 8-20

1990 Rank, Team 1. West Texas A&M 2. Angelo State 3. Texas Woman’s 4. A&M-Commerce 5. Abilene Christian 6. Central Oklahoma 7. Eastern N.M. 8. Cameron 9. A&M-Kingsville

LSC Overall W-L W-L 16-0 38-1 13-3 24-9 10-6 15-15 9-7 12-18 8-8 18-15 7-9 25-11 6-10 19-14 3-13 8-20 0-16 3-32

1989 Rank, Team 1. Angelo State 1. West Texas A&M 3. A&M-Commerce 4. Texas Woman’s 4. Eastern N.M. 6. Abilene Christian 7. Central Oklahoma 8. Cameron 9. A&M-Kingsville

LSC Overall W-L W-L 14-2 28-11 14-2 33-9-1 10-6 17-18 9-7 16-12 9-7 19-13 8-8 13-12 5-11 23-21 3-13 8-20 0-16 4-28

1988 Rank, Team 1. West Texas A&M 2. A&M-Commerce 3. Angelo State 4. Abilene Christian 5. Eastern N.M. 5. A&M-Kingsville 5. Cameron 8. Central Oklahoma

LSC Overall W-L W-L 14-0 32-7 12-2 22-9 9-5 23-16 8-6 14-12 4-10 13-20 4-10 7-18 4-10 8-21 1-13 3-25

1987 Rank, Team 1. A&M-Commerce 2. Angelo State 3. West Texas A&M 4. Abilene Christian 5. Eastern N.M. 5. A&M-Kingsville

LSC Overall W-L W-L 9-1 30-5 8-2 20-11 6-4 25-7 5-5 16-8 1-9 10-22 1-9 7-17

1986 Rank, Team 1. A&M-Commerce 2. Angelo State 3. Eastern N.M. 4. Abilene Christian 4. West Texas A&M 4. A&M-Kingsville 7. Howard Payne

LSC Overall W-L W-L 12-0 22-2 10-2 26-8 6-6 22-10 4-8 8-17 4-8 12-23 4-8 7-15 2-10 4-18

1985 Rank, Team 1. Angelo State 2. Abilene Christian 2. Eastern N.M. 4. A&M-Commerce 5. A&M-Kingsville 5. Howard Payne

LSC Overall W-L W-L 9-1 28-8 6-4 14-17 6-4 28-12 5-5 26-27 2-8 19-22 2-8 8-24

1984 Rank, Team 1. Angelo State 2. A&M-Commerce 3. A&M-Kingsville 4. Abilene Christian 5. Eastern N.M. 6. Howard Payne

LSC Overall W-L W-L 13-0 29-13 10-4 33-17 5-9 22-22 4-10 19-18 6-6 29-11 2-11 20-20

1983 LSC Overall Rank, Team W-L W-L 1. Angelo State 6-1 39-11 2. Southwest Texas 5-2 38-16 3. A&M-Commerce 3-3 34-12 4. Sam Houston 2-3 39-13 5. A&M-Kingsville 1-2 19-20 5. Howard Payne 1-2 8-28 6. Stephen F. Austin 0-3 11-35 6. Abilene Christian 0-3 12-25 NOTE: The Lone Star Conference implemented a North-South divisional alignment for volleyball in 1997 and returned to a conference alignment in 2007.


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LSC Women’s Soccer Season Outlook and Preseason Poll State was narrowly selected to the top spot in the 2011 M idwestern Lone Star Conference women’s soccer preseason poll released in

Women’s Soccer preseason honors announced

Three Lone Star Conference women’s soccer stars were tabbed for 2011 preseason honors league officials announced in late July. Midwestern State picked up two of the awards with Defensive Player of the Year Hanna Staley and Goalkeeper of the Year Mallory Whitworth, while Abilene Christian’s Andrea Carpenter was tabbed Offensive Player of the Year. All three were the clear choices in a vote of LSC head coaches and sports information directors, plus various media representatives from throughout the region. Carpenter, a sophomore forward from Amarillo, Texas, made an immediate impact in her first year as the league’s leading scorer while setting the ACU single-season records for goals (21) and points (46). She was named to third-team all-America after earning Region Player of the Year and LSC Offensive Player and Freshman of the Year acclaim. Staley, a junior defender from Austin, Texas, played a key defensive role to help the Mustangs to nine of their league best 10 shutouts. She earned LSC Defensive Player of the Year honors pacing the top back line in the league with a 0.75 goals against average. Whitworth, a junior goalie from McKinney, Texas, recorded 15 wins and eight shutouts in 2010 to match the MSU single-season marks in both categories. She earned NSCAA and Daktronics All-South Central Region honors and was the Lone Star Conference Goalkeeper of the Year for her efforts.

late July. MSU won the LSC regular season crown in 2010 after posting a 16-4 overall and 10-1 conference mark. It was the Mustangs first regular season championship since 1998. With 11 of 20 first-place votes, MSU edged reigning conference champion Abilene Christian with 149 total points. The Wildcats earned the remaining nine first-place nods for a 148-point tally. Angelo State finished third with 107, while Incarnate Word was fourth (102), West Texas A&M fifth (76), Texas A&M-Commerce sixth (69), Texas Woman’s seventh (45) and Eastern New Mexico (24) eighth. The 2011 soccer season starts on the pitch September 1. Each of the eight LSC teams will play the other twice during the regular season, with the results of those contests to be used in determining the seeds for a six-team postseason conference tournament. This year’s tournament will be hosted by the No. 1 seed on Nov. 3-4-6, 2011.

2011 Composite Schedule Thursday, September 01, 2011 Colorado Mines at Eastern New Mexico, 2 p.m. Dallas Baptist at Abilene Christian, 5 p.m. Friday, September 02, 2011 Truman State at Midwestern State, 3 p.m. Texas A&M-Commerce at Northwest Missouri, 4 p.m. Angelo State at St. Edward’s, 4 p.m. West Texas A&M at Texas Permian Basin, 4 p.m. Washburn at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. Saturday, September 03, 2011 Dallas Baptist at Texas Woman’s, 7 p.m. Sunday, September 04, 2011 Midwestern State at Nebraska-Omaha, 1 p.m. Texas A&M-Commerce at Central Missouri, 12 p.m. Texas A&M International at Abilene Christian, 2 p.m. Eastern New Mexico at Texas Permian Basin, 2 p.m. Monday, September 05, 2011 West Texas A&M at Dallas Baptist, 1 p.m. Tuesday, September 06, 2011 Texas Permian Basin at Angelo State, 4 p.m. Wednesday, September 07, 2011 Abilene Christian at Central Oklahoma, 2 p.m. Incarnate Word at Texas A&M International, 6 p.m. Thursday, September 08, 2011 Washburn at Texas Woman’s, 4:30 p.m. Southwest Baptist at Midwestern State, 8 p.m. Friday, September 09, 2011 Angelo State at CSU-Pueblo, 5:30 p.m. Truman State at Incarnate Word, 6 p.m. Southwestern Okla. at West Texas A&M, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, September 10, 2011 Texas Woman’s at Central Missouri, 2:30 p.m. Sunday, September 11, 2011 Truman State at Abilene Christian, 11 a.m. St. Edward’s at Texas A&M-Commerce, 12 p.m. Angelo State at Adams State, 12 p.m. Southwestern Okla. at Eastern New Mexico, 3 p.m. West Texas A&M at NM Highlands, 3 p.m. Tuesday, September 13, 2011 Texas Woman’s at St. Edward’s, 4 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Eastern New Mexico, 5 p.m. Dallas Baptist at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7:30 p.m. Fall Media Guide 2011

Friday, September 16, 2011 *Eastern New Mexico at Texas Woman’s, 4 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Abilene Christian, 5 p.m. *Angelo State at Midwestern State, 7 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, September 18, 2011 *West Texas A&M at Texas Woman’s, 1 p.m. *Angelo State at Abilene Christian, 1 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Texas A&M-Commerce, 12 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Midwestern State, 12 p.m. Tuesday, September 20, 2011 Wayland Baptist at Eastern New Mexico, 3 p.m. Friday, September 23, 2011 *Abilene Christian at Eastern New Mexico, 3 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at Angelo State, 4 p.m. *Midwestern State at West Texas A&M, 6 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. Sunday, September 25, 2011 *Texas Woman’s at Angelo State, 1 p.m. *Abilene Christian at West Texas A&M, 1:30 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at Incarnate Word, 12 p.m. *Midwestern State at Eastern New Mexico, 3 p.m. Wednesday, September 28, 2011 *Angelo State at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. Friday, September 30, 2011 *West Texas A&M at Angelo State, 4 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at Abilene Christian, 4 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at Midwestern State, 5 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Incarnate Word, 6 p.m. Sunday, October 02, 2011 *Texas A&M-Commerce at Abilene Christian, 1 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Angelo State, 1 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Incarnate Word, 12 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at Midwestern State, 3 p.m. Wednesday, October 05, 2011 *Midwestern State at Abilene Christian, 4 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at Texas Woman’s, 4 p.m. Friday, October 07, 2011 *Incarnate Word at Texas Woman’s, 4 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Abilene Christian, 4 p.m. *Angelo State at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Midwestern State, 7 p.m. 33

Sunday, October 09, 2011 *Angelo State at Texas Woman’s, 1 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian, 1 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Midwestern State, 1 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Texas A&M-Commerce, 12 p.m. Friday, October 14, 2011 *Midwestern State at Angelo State, 4 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at Eastern New Mexico, 5 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Incarnate Word, 6 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at West Texas A&M, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, October 16, 2011 *Texas A&M-Commerce at Eastern New Mexico, 1 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Angelo State, 1 p.m. *Midwestern State at Incarnate Word, 12 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at West Texas A&M, 2 p.m. Friday, October 21, 2011 *Abilene Christian at Texas Woman’s, 4 p.m. *Incarnate Word at Eastern New Mexico, 5 p.m. *Midwestern State at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m. *Angelo State at West Texas A&M, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, October 23, 2011 *Midwestern State at Texas Woman’s, 1 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Texas A&M-Commerce, 1 p.m. *Incarnate Word at West Texas A&M, 1:30 p.m. *Angelo State at Eastern New Mexico, 2 p.m. Friday, October 28, 2011 *Incarnate Word at Angelo State, 3 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at West Texas A&M, 6 p.m. *Abilene Christian at Midwestern State, 6 p.m. *Texas Woman’s at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m. Thu-Fri-Sun, November 03-04-06, 2011 LSC Championship Friday/Sunday, November 11/13, 2011 NCAA Championship First Round/Second Round Friday/Sunday, November 18/20, 2011 NCAA Championship Third Round/Quarterfinals Thursday/Saturday, December 01/03, 2011 NCAA Championship Semifinals/Final NOTE: * denotes LSC contest; All times Central Time


LSC Women’s Soccer Teams aBILENE CHRISTIAN university

angelo state university

Quick Facts Location... San Angelo, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1928 (6,856) President... Dr. Joseph C. Rallo Athletic Director... Kathleen Brasfield Athletic Dept. Phone... 325-942-2264 Nickname... Rambelles Colors... Blue and Gold Stadium... ASU Soccer Field (750) About the Coach Head Coach... Travis McCorkle Years, Record at ASU... Three Years, 33-23-4 Office Phone... 325-942-2264 About the Team 2010 Records... 13-7-1 Overall; 9-2 LSC (T-2nd) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 12/8 (Starters 7/4) LSC History Conference Titles... None All-Time LSC Results... 54-55-12 Reg. Season; 1-5-3 Tourn.

Quick Facts Location... Abilene, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1906 (5,000) President... Dr. Phil Schubert Athletic Director... Jared Mosley Athletic Dept. Phone... 325-674-2353 Nickname... Wildcats Colors... Purple and White Arena... Moody Coliseum (4,700) About the Coach Head Coach... Casey Wilson Years, Record at ACU... Four years, 44-29-6 Office Phone... 325-674-2735 About the Team 2010 Records... 17-3-1 Overall; 9-2 LSC (T-2nd) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 13/6 (Starters 7/4) LSC History Conference Titles... 1 (2010) All-Time LSC Results... 22-15-4 Reg. Season; 2-2-0 Tourn. 2010 - 9-2 LSC (T-2nd); 2-0 Tourn. (Champion) 2009 - 5-3-2 LSC (5th); 0-1 Tourn. 2008 - 5-4-1 LSC (T-5th); 0-1 Tourn. 2007 - 3-6-1 LSC (T-8th); DNP Tourn. All-LSC Returnees Lexi Stirling, B, Jr. (1st Team); Andrea Carpenter, F, So. (1st Team, Off. Player of Year, Freshman of Year); Ashley Holton, F, Sr. (1st Team); Julie Coppedge, MF, Jr. (1st Team); Brie Buschman, B, So. (2nd Team); Elliott London, GK, Sr. (HM)

2010 - 9-2-0 LSC (T-2nd); 1-1 Tourn. 2009 - 4-6-0 LSC (T-8th); DNP Tourn. 2008 - 4-4-2 LSC (T-7th); DNP Tourn. 2007 - 5-4-1 LSC (T-3rd); 0-0-1 Tourn. 2006 - 5-3-1 LSC (T3rd); 0-1-0 Tourn. 2005 - 4-5-0 LSC (T5th); 0-0-1 Tourn. 2004 - 4-2-3 LSC (5th); 0-1-0 Tourn. 2003 - 4-3-2 LSC (6th); 0-1-0 Tourn.

2002 - 3-4-1 LSC (6th); DNP Tourn. 2001 - 2-4-1 LSC (6th); DNP Tourn. 2000 - 2-5-0 LSC (7th); DNP Tourn. 1999 - 3-5-1 LSC (7th); DNP Tourn. 1998 - 5-2-0 LSC (T-3rd); 0-0-1 Tourn. 1997 - 3-7-0 LSC (5th); DNP Tourn. 1996 - 1-3-2 LSC (3rd); 0-1-0 Tourn.

All-LSC Returnees Brandie DeBacker, F, Sr. (2nd Team); Lauren Carnes, MF, Jr. (HM); Jordan Benfield, B, So. (HM); Karli Maxey, B, Jr. (HM)

university OF THE INCARNATE WORD

eastern new mexico university

Quick Facts Location... Portales, N.M. Founded (Enrollment)... 1934 (5,080) President... Dr. Steven Gamble Athletic Director... Dr. Jeff Geiser Athletic Dept. Phone... 575-562-2153 Nickname... Zias Colors... Green and Silver Stadium... ENMU Soccer Field (500) About the Coach Head Coach... Todd Padgett Years, Record at ENMU... First Year Office Phone... 575-562-2275 About the Team 2010 Records... 5-13-0 Overall; 2-9-0 LSC (11th) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 11/7 (Starters 7/5) LSC History Conference Titles... None All-Time LSC Results... 23-50-4 Reg. Season; 0-1-0 Tourn. 2010 - 2-9-0 LSC (11th); DNP Tourn. 2009 - 4-6 LSC (T-8th); DNP Tourn. 2008 - 3-7 LSC (9th); DNP Tourn. 2007 - 3-7 LSC (10th); DNP Tourn. 2006 - 4-4-1 LSC (6th); 0-1 Tourn. 2005 - 3-5-1 LSC (T6th); DNP Tourn. 2004 - 2-5-2 LSC (7th); DNP Tourn. 2003 - 2-7-0 LSC (9th); DNP Tourn. All-LSC Returnees Sierra Cardenas, GK, Sr. (HM)

Quick Facts Location... San Antonio, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1881 (7,706) President... Dr. Louis J. Agnese Jr. Athletic Director... Mark Papich Athletic Dept. Phone... 210-829-2722 Nickname...Cardinals Colors... Red, Black, White Stadium... Gayle & Tom Benson Stadium (3,000) About the Coach Head Coach... Tina Patterson Years, Record at UIW... 18 years, 234-86-24 Office Phone... 210-829-3941 About the Team 2010 Records... 9-7-2 Overall; 7-4 LSC (4th) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 14/- (Starters 6/-) LSC History Conference Titles... None Past Five Years... 2010 - 7-4 LSC (4th); 0-1 Tourn. All-LSC Returnees Amber Guenther, MF, So. (2nd Team) Tori Puentes, GK, Sr. (2nd Team)

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texas A&M University-commerce

Quick Facts Location... Wichita Falls, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1922 (6,400) President... Dr. Jesse W. Rogers Athletic Director... Charlie Carr Athletic Dept. Phone... 940-397-4779 Nickname... Mustangs Colors... Maroon and Gold Stadium... MSU Soccer Field (1,200) About the Coach Head Coach... Jeff Trimble Years, Record at MSU... 13 years, 160-80-20 Office Phone... 940-397-4823 About the Team 2010 Records... 16-4 Overall; 10-1 LSC (1st) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 20/7 (Starters 8/3) LSC History Conference Titles... 2 (1996, 1998) All-Time LSC Results... 91-31-10 Reg. Season; 13-12-0 Tourn.

2010 - 10-1 LSC (1st); 1-1-0 Tourn. (Runner-Up) 2002 - 5-2-1 LSC (3rd); 0-1-0 Tourn. 2009 - 6-4-0 LSC (4th); 1-1-0 Tourn. 2001 - 4-3-0 LSC (4th); 0-1-0 Tourn. 2008 - 7-3-0 LSC (3rd); 1-1-0 Tourn. 2000 - 4-3-0 LSC (T-2nd); 0-1-0 Tourn. 2007 - 8-2 LSC (2nd); 0-1-0 Tourn. 1999 - 6-1-2 LSC (3rd); 1-1-0 Tourn. (Runner-Up) 2006 - 5-3-1 LSC (T3rd); 1-1-0 Tourn. 1998 - 8-0-0 LSC (1st); 2-0-0 Tourn.(Champion) 2005 - 6-3-0 LSC (3rd); 2-1-0 Tourn. (Runner-Up) 1997 - 9-1-0 LSC (1st); 1-1-0 Tourn. (Runner-Up) 2004 - 5-2-2 LSC (3rd); 1-1-0 Tourn. 1996 - 3-1-2 LSC (2nd); 2-0-0 Tourn. (Champion) 2003 - 5-2-2 LSC (4th); 1-1-0 Tourn.

All-LSC Returnees Hanna Staley, B, Jr. (1st Team, Def. Player of Year); Lindsay Pritchard, F, Sr. (1st Team); Kelsey Hill, F, Sr. (1st Team); Mallory Whitworth, GK, Jr. (1st Team, Goalkeeper of Year); Maddie Fraser, MF, Jr. (HM); Megan Barnhart, B, Jr. (HM)

texas woman’s University

2002 - 4-3-1 LSC (5th); DNP Tourn. 2001 - 5-2-0 LSC (T-2nd); 0-1-0 Tourn. 2000 - 3-4-0 LSC (6th); DNP Tourn. 1999 - 7-1-1 LSC (1st); 2-0-0 Tourn. (Champion) 1998 - 5-2-0 LSC (T-3rd); 0-1-0 Tourn. 1997 - 6-4-0 LSC (T-2nd); 0-1-0 Tourn. 1996 - 0-4-2 LSC (4th); 1-1-0 Tourn.

All-LSC Returnees Evan Stanberry, B, Sr. (2nd Team); Devon Herrman, MF, Sr. (2nd Team); Randi Hafele, GK, Sr. (HM)

west texas A&M university

2010 - 4-6-1 LSC (7th); DNP Tourn. 2009 - 7-2-1 LSC (1st); 1-0-1 Tourn. (Runner-Up) 2008 - 8-2-0 LSC (T-1st); 2-0-0 Tourn.(Champion) 2007 - 5-5 LSC (6th); 2-0-1 Tourn. (Champion) 2006 - 6-2-1 LSC (2nd); 0-1-0 Tourn. 2005 - 7-2 LSC (2nd); 0-1-0 Tourn. 2004 - 5-3-1 LSC (4th); 2-1-0 Tourn. (Runner-Up) 2003 - 6-1-2 LSC (3rd); 3-0-0 Tourn. (Champion)

2005 - 4-5-0 LSC (T-5th); 0-1-1 Tourn. 2004 - 2-6-1 LSC (T-8th); DNP Tourn. 2003 - 2-6-1 LSC (8th); DNP Tourn. 2002 - 0-7-1 LSC (T-8th); DNP Tourn.

All-LSC Returnees Halla Ali, MF, Sr. (HM)

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2010 - 4-4-3 LSC (6th); 0-1 Tourn. 2009 - 5-5-0 LSC (6th); 0-0-1 Tourn. 2008 - 7-1-2 LSC (T-1st); 1-1-0 Tourn. (Runner-Up) 2007 - 5-4-1 LSC (T-3rd); 0-1-1 Tourn. 2006 - 4-3-1 LSC (T3rd); 2-1-0 Tourn. (Runner-Up) 2005 - 5-2-2 LSC (4th); 0-0-1 Tourn. 2004 - 7-2-0 LSC (2nd); 3-0-0 Tourn. (Champion) 2003 - 7-1-1 LSC (1st); 1-1-0 Tourn. (Runner-Up)

Quick Facts Location... Canyon, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1910 (7,770) President... Dr. Patrick O’Brien Athletic Director... Michael McBroom Athletic Dept. Phone... 806-651-4400 Nickname... Lady Buffs Colors... Maroon and White Stadium... The Pitch (200) About the Coach Head Coach... Chad Webb Years, Record at WTAMU... One year, 8-7-3 Office Phone... 806-251-2679 About the Team 2010 Records... 8-7-3 Overall; 4-6-1 LSC (7th) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 13/8 (Starters 6/5) LSC History Conference Titles... 5 (1997, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008) All-Time LSC Results... 89-33-9 Reg. Season; 16-8-3 Tourn.

Quick Facts Location... Denton, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1901 (14,180) President... Dr. Ann Stuart Athletic Director... Chalese Connors Athletic Dept. Phone... 940-898-2378 Nickname... Pioneers Colors... Maroon and White Stadium... TWU Soccer Field (500) About the Coach Head Coach... Fleur Benatar Years, Record at TWU... Nine years, 55-95-18 Office Phone... 940-898-2379 About the Team 2010 Records...4-12-2 Overall; 2-7-2 LSC (10th) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 10/13 (Starters 4/7) LSC History Conference Titles... None All-Time LSC Results... 26-49-10 Reg. Season; 0-2-3 Tourn. 2010 - 2-7-2 LSC (10th); DNP Tourn. 2009 - 6-3-1 LSC (3rd); 0-1-1 Tourn. 2008 - 4-4-2 LSC (T-7th); DNP Tourn. 2007 - 5-4-1 LSC (T-3rd); 0-0-1 Tourn. 2006 - 1-7-1 LSC (9th); DNP Tourn.

Quick Facts Location... Commerce, Texas Founded (Enrollment)... 1889 (9,340) President... Dr. Dan Jones Athletic Director... Carlton Cooper Athletic Dept. Phone... 903-886-5548 Nickname... Lions Colors... Blue and Gold Stadium... A&M-C Soccer Field (1,000) About the Coach Head Coach... Neil Piper Years, Record at A&M-C... 13 years, 158-79-22 Office Phone... 903-886-5571 About the Team 2010 Records... 8-7-3 Overall; 4-4-3 LSC (6th) Letterwinners Ret./Lost... 11/5 (Starters 7/4) LSC History Conference Titles... 2 (1999, 2004) All-Time LSC Results... 74-42-14 Reg. Season; 10-9-3 Tourn.

2002 - 7-1-0 LSC (T-1st); 1-1-0 Tourn.(Runner-Up) 2001 - 7-0-0 LSC (1st); 2-0-0 Tourn. (Champion) 2000 - 4-3-0 LSC (T-2nd); 0-1-0 Tourn. 1999 - 6-0-3 LSC (2nd); 0-1-0 Tourn. 1998 - 6-1-0 LSC (2nd); 0-1-1 Tourn. (Runner-Up) 1997 - 6-4-0 LSC (T-2nd); 2-0-0 Tourn. (Champion) 1996 - 5-1-0 LSC (1st); 1-1-0 Tourn. (Runner-Up)

All-LSC Returnees Melanie Shannon, MF, Sr. (2nd Team); Berklee Watson, MF, So. (HM); Lindsay McHorse, MF, Sr. (HM)

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LSC Women’s Soccer All-Time Standings/Awards 2010 LSC Overall Rank, Team W-L-T W-L-T 1. Midwestern State 10-1-0 16-4-0 T2. Abilene Christian 9-2-0 17-3-1 T2. Angelo State 9-2-0 13-7-1 4. Incarnate Word 7-4-0 9-7-2 5. Central Oklahoma 6-4-1 11-8-1 6. A&M-Commerce 4-4-3 8-7-3 4-6-1 8-7-3 7. West Texas A&M 8. Northeastern State 3-5-3 7-6-5 9. Southwestern Okla. 3-7-1 7-10-1 10. Texas Woman’s 2-7-2 4-12-2 11. Eastern New Mexico 2-9-0 5-13-0 1-9-1 5-11-2 12. East Central 2009 LSC Overall Rank, Team W-L-T W-L-T 1. West Texas A&M 7-2-1 15-3-4 2. Central Oklahoma 7-3-0 14-6-3 3. Texas Woman’s 6-3-1 8-9-2 4. Midwestern State 6-4-0 13-5-2 5. Abilene Christian 5-3-2 10-7-2 5-5-0 10-8-1 6. A&M-Commerce 7. Southwestern Okla. 4-5-1 7-10-2 4-6-0 10-9-0 T8. Angelo State T8. Eastern New Mexico 4-6-0 9-10-0 10. East Central 3-7-0 6-8-2 11. Northeastern State 1-8-1 5-11-1 2008 LSC Overall Rank, Team W-L-T W-L-T T1.West Texas A&M 8-2-0 16-4-1 7-1-2 16-4-3 T1.A&M-Commerce 3.Midwestern State 7-3-0 14-7-0 6-3-1 13-6-3 4.Central Oklahoma T5.Abilene Christian 5-4-1 9-8-2 T5.Northeastern State 4-3-3 7-8-4 4-4-2 10-7-3 T7.Angelo State T7.Texas Woman’s 4-4-2 9-8-2 9.Eastern New Mexico 3-7-0 9-10-0 10.East Central 1-8-1 5-11-2 11.Southwestern Okla. 0-10-0 2-17-0 2007 LSC Overall W-L-T W-L-T Rank, Team 1.Central Oklahoma 10-0-0 19-5-1 2.Midwestern State 8-2-0 12-4-2 T-3.Angelo State 5-4-1 8-8-3 T-3.A&M-Commerce 5-4-1 9-10-2 T-3.Texas Woman’s 5-4-1 8-9-3 6.West Texas A&M 5-5-0 13-7-1 7.Northeastern State 4-6-0 6-13-1 T-8.Abilene Christian 3-6-1 8-11-1 T-8.East Central 3-6-1 6-10-3 10.Eastern New Mexico 3-7-0 9-9-0 11.Southwestern Okla. 1-8-1 1 2006 LSC Overall Rank, Team W-L-T W-L-T 1.Central Oklahoma 9-0-0 18-3-1 2.West Texas A&M 6-2-1 14-4-1 T3.Angelo State 5-3-1 12-6-1 T3.A&M-Commerce 5-3-1 12-8-3 T3.Midwestern State 5-3-1 10-8-1 6.Eastern N.M. 4-4-1 10-9-1 7.Southwestern Okla. 3-5-1 6-9-2 8.Northeastern State 3-6-0 6-10-3 9.Texas Woman’s 1-7-1 4-13-2 10.East Central 0-8-1 2-15-1

2005 Rank, Team 1. Central Oklahoma 2. West Texas A&M 3. A&M-Commerce 4. Midwestern State T5. Texas Woman’s* T5. Angelo State T7. Eastern N.M. T7.Northeastern State 9.Southwestern Okla. 10.East Central

LSC Overall W-L-T W-L-T 8-0-1 16-3-2 7-2-0 10-6-1 5-2-2 11-5-3 6-3-0 9-9-2 4-5-0 9-9-2 4-5-0 7-12-2 3-5-1 10-8-1 3-5-1 7-10-1 2-6-1 7-10-1 0-9-0 2-15-0

1999 LSC Overall Rank, Team W-L-T W-L-T 1. A&M-Commerce 7-1-1 16-4-1 2. West Texas A&M 6-0-3 9-6-4 3. Midwestern State 6-1-2 14-5-3 4. Northeastern State 6-3-0 13-8-0 5. Central Oklahoma 5-3-1 13-5-1 6. East Central 5-4-0 11-7-0 7. Angelo State 3-5-1 5-11-2 8. Harding 2-7-0 9-10-1 9. Ouachita Baptist 1-8-0 3-15-0 10. Southwestern Okla. 0-9-0 2-17-0

2004 LSC Overall Rank, Team W-L-T W-L-T 1. Central Oklahoma 7-1-1 13-6-2 2. A&M-Commerce 7-2-0 15-7-1 3. Midwestern State 5-2-2 12-4-5 4. West Texas A&M 5-3-1 13-6-1 5. Angelo State 4-2-3 10-7-3 6. East Central 2-4-3 7-7-4 7. Eastern N.M. 2-5-2 9-9-2 T8. Northeastern State 2-6-1 8-10-1 T8. Texas Woman’s 2-6-1 5-13-1 10. Southwestern Okla. 1-6-2 5-9-4

LSC Overall 1998 Rank, Team W-L-T W-L-T 1. Midwestern State 8-0-0 18-2-0 2. West Texas A&M 6-1-0 15-3-1 3. A&M-Commerce 5-2-0 13-6-0 3. Angelo State 5-2-0 11-5-2 5. Central Oklahoma 4-4-0 11-9-0 6. Northeastern State 3-4-0 9-9-0 7. East Central 2-6-0 3-9-1 8. Harding 1-7-0 6-9-1 9. Southwestern Okla. 0-8-0 0-13-0 1997 LSC Overall Rank, Team W-L-T W-L-T 1. Midwestern State 9-1-0 16-4-1 2. West Texas A&M 6-4-0 13-7-0 2. A&M-Commerce 6-4-0 12-8-0 2. Northeastern State 6-4-0 9-10-1 5. Angelo State 3-7-0 6-11-1 6. East Central 0-10-0 1-14-0

2003 LSC Overall Rank, Team W-L-T W-L-T 1. A&M-Commerce 7-1-1 16-3-3 2. Central Oklahoma 7-2-0 15-5-2 3. West Texas A&M 6-1-2 15-4-2 4. Midwestern State 5-2-2 12-6-2 5. Northeastern State 5-4-0 12-7-0 6. Angelo State 4-3-2 10-8-2 7. East Central 3-6-0 6-11-1 8. Texas Woman’s 2-6-1 3-12-2 9. Eastern N.M. 2-7-0 3-12-0 10. Southwestern Okla. 0-9-0 2-16-2

1996 LSC Overall Rank, Team W-L-T W-L-T 1. West Texas A&M 5-1-0 12-4-0 2. Midwestern State 3-1-2 15-7-2 3. Angelo State 1-3-2 4-8-3 4. A&M-Commerce 0-4-2 9-8-2 Northeastern State 0-0-0 3-13-0

2002 LSC Overall Rank, Team W-L-T W-L-T 1. Central Oklahoma 7-1-0 20-3-0 1. West Texas A&M 7-1-0 16-4-0 3. Midwestern State 5-2-1 10-7-2 4. Northeastern State 5-3-0 11-8-2 5. A&M-Commerce 4-3-1 14-3-2 6. Angelo State 3-4-1 7-8-2 7. East Central 2-5-1 6-8-3 8. Southwestern Okla. 0-7-1 6-11-2 8. Texas Woman’s 0-7-1 5-10-2

All-Time LSC Champions Year Conference Champion 2010 Abilene Christian 2009 Central Oklahoma 2008 West Texas A&M 2007 West Texas A&M

2001 LSC Overall Rank, Team W-L-T W-L-T 1. West Texas A&M 7-0-0 16-4-0 2. Central Oklahoma 5-2-0 15-6-0 2. A&M-Commerce 5-2-0 9-8-2 4. Midwestern State 4-3-0 11-8-1 5. Northeastern State 3-4-0 6-10-0 6. Angelo State 2-4-1 7-7-2 7. East Central 1-5-1 6-10-1 8. Southwestern Okla. 0-7-0 5-11-1

2006 Central Oklahoma 2005 Central Oklahoma 2004 Texas A&M-Commerce 2003 West Texas A&M 2002 Central Oklahoma 2001 West Texas A&M

2000 LSC Overall Rank, Team W-L-T W-L-T 1. Central Oklahoma 7-0-0 21-3-0 2. West Texas A&M 4-3-0 12-5-1 2. East Central 4-3-0 11-7-1 2. Northeastern State 4-3-0 10-7-0 2. Midwestern State 4-3-0 9-11-0 6. A&M-Commerce 3-4-0 9-6-1 7. Angelo State 2-5-0 7-10-1 8. Southwestern Okla. 0-7-0 2-17-0

2000 Central Oklahoma 1999 Texas A&M-Commerce 1998 Midwestern State 1997 West Texas A&M 1996 Midwestern State

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LSC Player of the Year Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Award Winner Off: Andrea Carpenter, ACU; Def: Hanna Staley, MSU; GK: Mallory Whitworth, MSU Off: Meagan Lasley, A&M-C; Def: Alli Miller, UCO & Kayla Sisco, WT; GK: Nori Morgan, TWU Off: Elisabeth Markussen, WT; Def: Alli Miller, UCO; GK: Crissy Lawson, ACU Off: Carmen Davis, UCO & Elisabeth Markussen, WT; Def: Carly Fischer, UCO Off: Sarit Shenar, WT; Def: Melissa Terry, UCO Off: Erin de Wolfe, A&M-C; Def: Chelsea Ryden, UCO Off: Sarit Shenar, WT; Def: Stephanie Gulisao, UCO Off: Erin de Wolfe, A&M-C; Def.: Stephanie Gulisao, UCO Off: Kim Brown, UCO; Def.: Sarah Sawyer, MSU Off: Kim Brown, UCO; Def: Sarah Sawyer, MSU Off: Sally Holmes, UCO; Def: Dawn Strawhacker, WT Off: Sally Holmes, UCO; Def: Amanda Ellis, WT April Lasater, MSU Heather Selvitelle, ASU none

LSC Freshman of the Year Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Award Winner Andrea Carpenter, ACU Brittni Walker, UCO Kelsey Hill, MSU Hannah Dozier, ENMU Kendra Clemons, MSU Alli Miller, UCO Adi Stein, WTAMU Megan Bibilone, MSU Carly Fischer, UCO Tiffany Adams, A&M-C Megan Dodson, MSU Chrissy Troia, MSU Gina Mix, UCO Kim Brown, UCO Dorothy May, ASU Michelle Malloy, NSU Ressa Morris, MSU

LSC Coach of the Year Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Award Winner Jeff Trimble, MSU Mark Persson, SWOSU Butch Lauffer, WT Mike Cook, UCO Mike Cook, UCO Mike Cook, UCO Mike Cook, UCO Neil Piper, A&M-C Mike Cook, UCO Butch Lauffer, WT Mike Cook, UCO Neil Piper, A&M-C Jeff Trimble, MSU Charlie Mitchell, NSU Butch Lauffer, WT

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LSC Women’s Soccer Standings/Postseason Results 2010 LSC Women’s Soccer Standings

2005 LSC Championship (at Edmond, Okla.): FIRST ROUND: Midwestern State def. Angelo State, 2-2 (PKs: MSU, 5-4); Texas Woman’s def. A&M-Commerce, 2-2 (PKs: TWU, 5-4); SEMIFINALS: Midwestern State def. West Texas A&M, 1-0 OT; Central Oklahoma def. Texas Woman’s, 4-0; CHAMPIONSHIP: Central Oklahoma def. Midwestern State, 1-0.

== Conference == == Overall == Rank, Team W-L-T Pts Pct. GF GA W-L-T Pts Pct. GF GA 1. Midwestern State 10-1-0 30 .909 28 4 16-4-0 48 .800 41 15 T2. Abilene Christian 9-2-0 27 .818 28 11 17-3-1 52 .833 55 16 T2. Angelo State 9-2-0 27 .818 20 10 13-7-1 40 .643 28 23 7-4-0 21 .636 18 11 9-7-2 29 .556 33 26 4. Incarnate Word 5. Central Oklahoma 6-4-1 19 .591 17 18 11-8-1 34 .575 33 32 6. Texas A&M-Commerce 4-4-3 15 .500 13 11 8-7-3 27 .528 19 16 7. West Texas A&M 4-6-1 13 .409 19 15 8-7-3 27 .528 34 21 8. Northeastern State 3-5-3 12 .409 10 13 7-6-5 26 .528 20 17 3-7-1 10 .318 7 20 7-10-1 22 .417 20 36 9. Southwestern Okla. 10. Texas Woman’s 2-7-2 8 .273 7 15 4-12-2 14 .278 12 25 11. Eastern New Mexico 2-9-0 6 .182 6 20 5-13-0 15 .278 28 36 12. East Central 1-9-1 4 .136 10 35 5-11-2 17 .333 32 45

2004 (at Commerce, Texas): FIRST ROUND: West Texas A&M def. Angelo State, 3-0; Midwestern State def. East Central, 1-0; SEMIFINALS: West Texas A&M def. Central Oklahoma, 1-0; Texas A&M-Commerce def. Midwestern State, 1-0; CHAMPIONSHIP: Texas A&M-Commerce def. West Texas A&M, 2-1. 2003 (at Wichita Falls, Texas): FIRST ROUND: West Texas A&M def. Angelo State, 3-0; Midwestern State def. Northeastern State, 3-1; SEMIFINALS: West Texas A&M def. Central Oklahoma, 2-0; Texas A&M-Commerce def. Midwestern State, 2-0; CHAMPIONSHIP: West Texas A&M def. Texas A&M-Commerce, 1-0. 2002 (at Canyon, Texas): SEMIFINALS: Central Oklahoma def. Midwestern State, 1-0 (2OT); West Texas A&M def. Northeastern State, 3-2 (OT); CHAMPIONSHIP: Central Oklahoma def. West Texas A&M, 2-1 (2OT).

All-Time LSC Postseason Results 2010 LSC Championship (at Wichita Fallas, Texas): FIRST ROUND: Central Oklahoma 3, Incarnate Word 1; Angelo State 2, Texas A&M-Commerce 0; SEMIFINALS: Midwestern State 1, Central Oklahoma 0; Abilene Christian 2, Angelo State 0; CHAMPIONSHIP: Abilene Christian 2, Midwestern State 0

2001 (at Canyon, Texas): SEMIFINALS: Central Oklahoma def. Texas A&MCommerce, 2-1; West Texas A&M def. Midwestern State, 2-0; CHAMPIONSHIP: West Texas A&M def. Central Oklahoma, 1-0.

2009 NCAA Division II South Central Regional in San Antonio, Texas: FIRST ROUND: Central Oklahoma 0, St. Edward’s 0 (SEU 5-4 PK’s); NCAA Division II South Central Regional in Canyon, Texas: SECOND ROUND: West Texas A&M 1, Truman 0; NCAA Division II South Central Regional in La Jolla, Calif.: THIRD ROUND: St. Edward’s 0, West Texas A&M 0 (WT 4-1 PK’s); QUARTERFINALS: CS Dominguez Hills 5, West Texas A&M 2

2000 (at Edmond, Okla.): SEMIFINALS: Central Oklahoma def. Midwestern State, 2-1 (OT); East Central def. West Texas A&M, 3-2; CHAMPIONSHIP: Central Oklahoma def. East Central, 3-1. 1999 (at Wichita Falls, Texas): SEMIFINALS: Texas A&M-Commerce def. Northeastern State, 4-0; Midwestern State def. West Texas A&M, 2-1; CHAMPIONSHIP: Texas A&M-Commerce def. Midwestern State, 2-1.

2009 LSC Championship (at Canyon, Texas): FIRST ROUND: Midwestern State 2, Abilene Christian 1; Texas A&M-Commerce 0, Texas Woman’s 0 (TWU 4-1 PK’s); SEMIFINALS: Central Oklahoma 1, Texas Woman’s 0; West Texas A&M 1, Midwestern State 0; CHAMPIONSHIP: Central Oklahoma 1, West Texas A&M 1 (UCO 4-2 PK’s)

1998 (at Richardson, Texas): SEMIFINALS: West Texas A&M def. Angelo State, 2-2 (Shootout); Midwestern State def. Texas A&M-Commerce, 2-0; CHAMPIONSHIP: Midwestern State def. West Texas A&M, 2-0. 1997 (at Canyon, Texas): SEMIFINALS: West Texas A&M def. Texas A&MCommerce, 1-0; Midwestern State def. Northeastern State, 6-1; CHAMPIONSHIP: West Texas A&M def. Midwestern State, 1-0.

2009 LSC All-Tournament Team: Central Oklahoma: Alli Miller (Most Valuable Player), Dominique Dinka, Summer White, Whitney Craft, Megan Riley; West Texas A&M: Kayla Sisco, Nadia James, Melissa Carnero; Texas Woman’s: Jacqueline Horner, Natalie Holovach; Midwestern State: Jaime Pompey, Kari Bristow; Texas A&M-Commerce: Chelsey Haight; Abilene Christian: Julie Coppedge

1996 (at Wichita Falls, Texas): FIRST ROUND: Texas A&M-Commerce def. Northeastern State, 2-1; SEMIFINALS: Midwestern State def. Angelo State, 4-0; West Texas A&M def. Texas A&M-Commerce, 2-1 (OT); CHAMPIONSHIP: Midwestern State def. West Texas A&M, 2-1.

2008 NCAA Division II Midwest Regional in Canyon, Texas: FIRST ROUND: Washburn 2, West Texas A&M 1; NCAA Division II Midwest Regional in Warrensburg, Mo.: FIRST ROUND: Texas A&M-Commerce 1, Nebraska-Omaha 0; SEMIFINALS: Texas A&M-Commerce 2, Central Missouri 0; NCAA Division II Midwest Regional in Kirksville, Mo.: CHAMPIONSHIP: Truman State 2, Texas A&M-Commerce 1 2008 LSC Championship (at Canyon, Texas): FIRST ROUND: Midwestern State 4, Northeastern State 0; Central Oklahoma 3, Abilene Christian 1; SEMIFINALS: Texas A&M-Commerce 3, Midwestern State 0; West Texas A&M 5, Central Oklahoma 1; CHAMPIONSHIP: West Texas A&M 1, Texas A&M-Commerce 0 2008 LSC All-Tournament Team: West Texas A&M: Lindsay McHorse (Most Valuable Player), Elisabeth Markussen, Kayla Sisco, Nadia James, Lisha Jungmann; Texas A&M-Commerce: Chelsey Haight, Taylor Jordan, Megan Monroe; Central Oklahoma: McKenzie Caldwell, Ashton Morris; Midwestern State: Brandy O’Neal, Michelle Harris; Abilene Chrisitan: Courtney Wilson 2007 LSC Championship (at Edmond, Okla.): FIRST ROUND: West Texas A&M 2, Angelo State 2 (PKs: WTAMU 4-3); Texas A&M-Commerce 1, Texas Woman’s 1 (PKs: A&M-C 5-4); SEMIFINALS: West Texas A&M 1, Midwestern State 0; Central Oklahoma 4, Texas A&M-Commerce 3 (2OT); CHAMPIONSHIP: West Texas A&M 2, Central Oklahoma 1

Abilene Christian scored two second-half goals to defeat Midwestern State, 2-0, and claim the 2010 Lone Star Conference Women’s Soccer Championship. The Wildcats earned their first postseason wins along with the conference title in the program’s fourth-year.

2006 LSC Championship (at Edmond, Okla.): FIRST ROUND: Texas A&MCommerce def. Eastern New Mexico, 4-1; Midwestern State def. Angelo State 2-1; SEMIFINALS: Texas A&M-Commerce def. West Texas A&M 2-1; Central Oklahoma def. Midwestern State 2-1; CHAMPIONSHIP: Central Oklahoma def. Texas A&MCommerce, 1-0. Fall Media Guide 2011

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LSC Women’s Soccer Records/2010 Team Statistics Team Records (Game) Points: 50, Angelo State vs. Texas-Permian Basin, 2002 Goals: 19, Angelo State vs. Texas-Permian Basin, 2002 Assists: 15, West Texas A&M vs. Univ. of the Southwest, 2008 Shots: 65, Midwestern State vs. Northwestern Okla., 2008 Saves: 25, Southwestern Oklahoma vs. Texas-Dallas, 1998; Southwestern Oklahoma vs. Central Oklahoma, 1998

Team Records (Season) Points: 246, Central Oklahoma, 2000 Points Per Match: 11.19, West Texas A&M, 2008 Goals: 84, Central Oklahom a, 2000 Goals Per Match: 3.95, West Texas A&M, 2008 Assists: 78, Central Oklahoma, 2000 Assists Per Match: 3.63, Central Oklahoma, 1999 Shots: 608, Central Oklahoma, 2000 Shots Per Match: 25.29, West Texas A&M, 1998 Goals Against Average: 0.35, West Texas A&M, 2001 Fewest Goals Allowed: 8, West Texas A&M, 2001 Saves: 217, Southwestern Oklahoma, 1998 Saves Per Match: 15.23, Southwestern Oklahoma, 1998 Shutouts: 15, Central Oklahoma, 2002

Individual Records (Game) Points: 14, Emily Brueggemann, Texas A&M-Commerce vs. Southwestern Okla., 2000 Goals: 6, Emily Brueggemann, Texas A&M -Commerce vs. Southwestern Okla., 2000 Assists: 5, Christina Heck, Angelo State vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, 1998; Erin de Wolfe, A&M-Commerce, 2005 Shots: 17, Lynette Bass, Texas A&M-Commerce vs. Texas Lutheran, 1998; Sally Holmes, Central Oklahoma vs. Regis, 2000 Saves: 24, Brooke Hudnall, Ouachita Baptist vs. Southwestern Okla., 1999

Individual Records (Season) Points: 81, Sally Holmes, Central Oklahoma, 2000 Points Per Match: 3.72, Sally Holmes, Central Oklahoma, 2000 Goals: 35, Sally Holmes, Central Oklahoma, 2000 Goals Per Match: 1.46, Sally Holmes, Central Oklahoma, 2000 Assists: 17, Sherri Konlande, Texas A&M-Commerce, 1999 Assists Per Match: 0.83, Erin de Wolfe, A&M-Commerce, 2005 Shots: 171, Sally Holmes, Central Oklahoma, 2000 Shots Per Match: 7.12, Sally Holmes, Central Oklahoma, 2000 Goals Against Avg.: 0.42, Jamie Griffis, West Texas A&M, 2001 Fewest Goals Allowed*: 8, Jamie Griffis, West Texas A&M, 2001 Saves: 185, Lori McGowen, East Central, 1997 Saves Per Match: 12.30, Lori McGowen, East Central, 1997 Shutouts: 12, Jamie Griffis, West Texas A&M, 2001 *minimum 1,000 minutes played

Individual Records (Career) Points: 209, Kim Brown, Central Oklahoma, 1999-2002 Points Per Match: 3.00, Kim Brown, Central Oklahoma, 1999-2002 Goals: 91, Kim Brown, Central Oklahoma, 1999-2002 Goals Per Match: 1.05, Kim Brown, Central Oklahoma, 1999-2002 Assists: 48, Jeorgia McGinty, Central Oklahoma, 1998-2001 Assists Per Match: 0.62, Erin de Wolfe, A&M-Commerce, 2002-2005 Shots: 350, Kim Brown, Central Oklahoma, 1999-2002 Shots Per Match: 6.06, Sally Holmes, Central Oklahoma 1999-2000 Goals Against AVERAGE: 0.62, Jamie Griffis, West Texas A&M, 2000-02 Saves: 554, Lori McGowen, East Central, 1997-2000 Saves Per Match: 8.65, Lori McGowen, East Central, 1997-00 Shutouts: 40, Jamie Griffis, West Texas A&M, 2000-04

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SHOTS 1. Midwestern State 2. Abilene Christian 3. Central Oklahoma 4. Incarnate Word 5. West Texas A&M 6. Angelo State 7. Texas Woman’s 8. Eastern New Mexico 9. East Central 10. Texas A&M-Commerce 11. Northeastern State 12. Southwestern Okla.

GP 20 21 20 18 18 21 18 18 18 18 18 18

No. Avg/G 332 16.60 330 15.71 305 15.25 262 14.56 239 13.28 231 11.00 213 11.83 211 11.72 208 11.56 201 11.17 195 10.83 178 9.89

POINTS 1. Abilene Christian 2. Midwestern State 3. Central Oklahoma 4. West Texas A&M 5. Incarnate Word 6. East Central 7. Angelo State Eastern New Mexico 9. Southwestern Okla. 10. Northeastern State 11. Texas A&M-Commerce 12. Texas Woman’s

GP No. Avg/G 21 148 7.05 20 117 5.85 20 92 4.60 18 89 4.94 18 87 4.83 18 85 4.72 21 75 3.57 18 75 4.17 18 52 2.89 18 51 2.83 18 50 2.78 18 34 1.89

GOALS 1. Abilene Christian 2. Midwestern State 3. West Texas A&M 4. Incarnate Word Central Oklahoma 6. East Central 7. Eastern New Mexico Angelo State 9. Southwestern Okla. Northeastern State 11. Texas A&M-Commerce 12. Texas Woman’s

GP 21 20 18 18 20 18 18 21 18 18 18 18

No. 55 41 34 33 33 32 28 28 20 20 19 12

Avg/G 2.62 2.05 1.89 1.83 1.65 1.78 1.56 1.33 1.11 1.11 1.06 0.67

GOALS PER GAME 1. Abilene Christian 2. Midwestern State 3. West Texas A&M 4. Incarnate Word 5. East Central 6. Central Oklahoma 7. Eastern New Mexico 8. Angelo State 9. Southwestern Okla. Northeastern State 11. Texas A&M-Commerce 12. Texas Woman’s

GP 21 20 18 18 18 20 18 21 18 18 18 18

No. 55 41 34 33 32 33 28 28 20 20 19 12

Avg/G 2.62 2.05 1.89 1.83 1.78 1.65 1.56 1.33 1.11 1.11 1.06 0.67

ASSISTS 1. Abilene Christian 2. Midwestern State 3. Central Oklahoma 4. East Central West Texas A&M Incarnate Word 7. Angelo State Eastern New Mexico 9. Southwestern Okla. Texas A&M-Commerce 11. Northeastern State 12. Texas Woman’s

GP 21 20 20 18 18 18 21 18 18 18 18 18

No. 38 35 26 21 21 21 19 19 12 12 11 10

Avg/G 1.81 1.75 1.30 1.17 1.17 1.17 0.90 1.06 0.67 0.67 0.61 0.56

ASSISTS PER GAME 1. Abilene Christian 2. Midwestern State 3. Central Oklahoma 4. Incarnate Word West Texas A&M East Central 7. Eastern New Mexico 8. Angelo State 9. Southwestern Okla. Texas A&M-Commerce 11. Northeastern State 12. Texas Woman’s

GP 21 20 20 18 18 18 18 21 18 18 18 18

No. 38 35 26 21 21 21 19 19 12 12 11 10

Avg/G 1.81 1.75 1.30 1.17 1.17 1.17 1.06 0.90 0.67 0.67 0.61 0.56

GOALS ALLOWED 1. Midwestern State 2. Texas A&M-Commerce Abilene Christian 4. Northeastern State 5. West Texas A&M 6. Angelo State 7. Texas Woman’s

GP 20 18 21 18 18 21 18

No. 15 16 16 17 21 23 25

Avg/G 0.75 0.89 0.76 0.94 1.17 1.10 1.39

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LSC Women’s Soccer 2010 Team/Individual Statistics 8. Incarnate Word 9. Central Oklahoma 10. Southwestern Okla. Eastern New Mexico 12. East Central GOALS AGAINST AVG. 1. Midwestern State 2. Abilene Christian 3. Texas A&M-Commerce 4. Northeastern State 5. Angelo State 6. West Texas A&M 7. Texas Woman’s 8. Incarnate Word 9. Central Oklahoma 10. Eastern New Mexico 11. Southwestern Okla. 12. East Central

18 20 18 18 18

26 32 36 36 45

1.44 1.60 2.00 2.00 2.50

GP GA Minutes GAA

20 15 21 16 18 16 18 17 21 23 18 21 18 25 18 26 20 32 18 36 18 36 18 45

1808:59 1914:57 1742:59 1744:57 1942:34 1699:21 1685:51 1709:50 1841:14 1647:30 1639:31 1669:03

0.75 0.75 0.83 0.88 1.07 1.11 1.33 1.37 1.56 1.97 1.98 2.43

SAVES 1. East Central 2. Incarnate Word 3. Central Oklahoma 4. Southwestern Okla. Northeastern State 6. Texas A&M-Commerce 7. Texas Woman’s 8. Angelo State 9. West Texas A&M 10. Abilene Christian 11. Eastern New Mexico 12. Midwestern State

GP 18 18 20 18 18 18 18 21 18 21 18 20

No. Avg/G 122 6.78 112 6.22 101 5.05 100 5.56 100 5.56 91 5.06 87 4.83 86 4.10 85 4.72 80 3.81 77 4.28 62 3.10

SHUTOUTS 1. Midwestern State Abilene Christian 3. Texas A&M-Commerce Angelo State 5. West Texas A&M 6. Northeastern State 7. Texas Woman’s 8. East Central 9. Incarnate Word 10. Eastern New Mexico Southwestern Okla. Central Oklahoma

GP No. Avg/G 20 10 0.50 21 10 0.48 18 9 0.50 21 9 0.43 18 7 0.39 18 6 0.33 18 5 0.28 18 4 0.22 18 3 0.17 18 2 0.11 18 2 0.11 20 2 0.10

FOULS 1. East Central 2. Texas A&M-Commerce 3. Incarnate Word 4. Northeastern State Midwestern State 6. Angelo State 7. Southwestern Okla. 8. Abilene Christian 9. Central Oklahoma 10. West Texas A&M 11. Texas Woman’s 12. Eastern New Mexico

GP 18 18 18 18 20 21 18 21 20 18 18 18

CORNERS 1. West Texas A&M 2. Abilene Christian 3. Central Oklahoma 4. Texas A&M-Commerce 5. East Central 6. Angelo State 7. Northeastern State 8. Midwestern State 9. Incarnate Word 10. Texas Woman’s 11. Eastern New Mexico 12. Southwestern Okla.

GP No. Avg/G 18 116 6.44 21 100 4.76 20 93 4.65 18 90 5.00 18 88 4.89 21 81 3.86 18 74 4.11 20 73 3.65 18 69 3.83 18 65 3.61 18 57 3.17 18 43 2.39

No. Avg/G 226 12.56 220 12.22 203 11.28 186 10.33 186 9.30 178 8.48 168 9.33 162 7.71 160 8.00 134 7.44 130 7.22 126 7.00

SHOTS Player, Team 1. Lindsay Pritchard-MSU 2. Andrea Carpenter-ACU 3. Sarah Hernandez-UIW Julie Coppedge-ACU Ashley Holton-ACU 6. Katy Kashwer-UCO Brandie DeBacker-ASU 8. Katie Valdez-NSU 9. Chelsey Haight-A&M-C 10. Samantha Cameron-WTAMU

GP No. Avg./G 20 93 4.65 21 68 3.24 17 67 3.94 21 67 3.19 21 67 3.19 20 65 3.25 21 65 3.10 18 56 3.11 16 55 3.44 17 46 2.71

SHOTS PER GAME Player, Team 1. Lindsay Pritchard-MSU 2. Sarah Hernandez-UIW 3. Chelsey Haight-A&M-C 4. Katy Kashwer-UCO 5. Andrea Carpenter-ACU 6. Ashley Holton-ACU Julie Coppedge-ACU 8. Katie Valdez-NSU 9. Brandie DeBacker-ASU 10. Samantha Cameron-WTAMU

ASSISTS PER GAME Player, Team 1. Julie Coppedge-ACU 2. Amber Guenther-UIW 3. Elyse Berta-SWOSU 4. Stephanie Fleig-UCO Kelsey Hill-MSU 6. Hanna Horeis-ASU 7. Jordan Smith-MSU Brittni Walker-UCO Lindsay Pritchard-MSU Brittany Subia-MSU Maddie Fraser-MSU

GP No. Avg./G 20 93 4.65 17 67 3.94 16 55 3.44 20 65 3.25 21 68 3.24 21 67 3.19 21 67 3.19 18 56 3.11 21 65 3.10 17 46 2.71

GOALS Player, Team 1. Andrea Carpenter-ACU 2. Ashley Holton-ACU 3. Lindsay Pritchard-MSU Kelsey Hill-MSU Brandie DeBacker-ASU 6. Brittni Walker-UCO 7. Sarah Hernandez-UIW Whitney Watts-ECU Kendal Kitchens-WTAMU Rachel Sordahl-NSU

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Player, Team 1. Elliott London-ACU 2. Randi Hafele-A&M-C 3. Mallory Whitworth-MSU 4. Deb Hill-NSU 5. Melanie Peterson-ASU 6. Kelly Skehan-WTAMU 7. Nori Morgan-TWU 8. Tori Puentes-UIW 9. Samantha Rusk-UCO 10. Natalie Wilson-ECU

GP No. Avg./G 21 22 1.05 21 14 0.67 20 10 0.50 20 10 0.50 21 10 0.48 20 9 0.45 17 8 0.47 18 8 0.44 18 8 0.44 18 8 0.44

GOALS PER GAME Player, Team 1. Andrea Carpenter-ACU 2. Ashley Holton-ACU 3. Lindsay Pritchard-MSU Kelsey Hill-MSU 5. Brandie DeBacker-ASU 6. Sarah Hernandez-UIW 7. Sydney Tucker-ENMU 8. Brittni Walker-UCO 9. Rachel Sordahl-NSU Kendal Kitchens-WTAMU Whitney Watts-ECU

SAVES Player, Team 1. Tori Puentes-UIW 2. Deb Hill-NSU 3. Samantha Rusk-UCO 4. Randi Hafele-A&M-C 5. Nori Morgan-TWU Melanie Peterson-ASU 7. Kelly Skehan-WTAMU 8. Adrianna Phininzy-ECU 9. Sierra Cardenas-ENMU 10. Chelsey Dodd-SWOSU

GP No. Avg./G 18 112 6.22 17 91 5.35 19 87 4.58 18 85 4.72 18 84 4.67 21 84 4.00 18 82 4.56 16 76 4.75 16 67 4.19 13 66 5.08

GP No. Avg./G 21 22 1.05 21 14 0.67 20 10 0.50 20 10 0.50 21 10 0.48 17 8 0.47 11 5 0.45 20 9 0.45 18 8 0.44 18 8 0.44 18 8 0.44

ASSISTS Player, Team 1. Julie Coppedge-ACU 2. Amber Guenther-UIW Elyse Berta-SWOSU Stephanie Fleig-UCO Kelsey Hill-MSU Hanna Horeis-ASU 7. Lindsay Pritchard-MSU Maddie Fraser-MSU Jordan Smith-MSU Brittni Walker-UCO Brittany Subia-MSU Lauren Carnes-ASU

SAVES PER GAME Player, Team 1. Tori Puentes-UIW 2. Deb Hill-NSU 3. Chelsey Dodd-SWOSU 4. Adrianna Phininzy-ECU 5. Randi Hafele-A&M-C 6. Nori Morgan-TWU 7. Samantha Rusk-UCO 8. Kelly Skehan-WTAMU 9. Sierra Cardenas-ENMU 10. Melanie Peterson-ASU Natalie Wilson-ECU

GP No. Avg./G 18 112 6.22 17 91 5.35 13 66 5.08 16 76 4.75 18 85 4.72 18 84 4.67 19 87 4.58 18 82 4.56 16 67 4.19 21 84 4.00 11 44 4.00

GP No. Avg./G 21 9 0.43 16 6 0.38 18 6 0.33 20 6 0.30 20 6 0.30 21 6 0.29 20 5 0.25 20 5 0.25 20 5 0.25 20 5 0.25 20 5 0.25 21 5 0.24

SHUTOUTS Player, Team 1. Melanie Peterson-ASU 2. Mallory Whitworth-MSU Randi Hafele-A&M-C 4. Elliott London-ACU 5. Nori Morgan-TWU Deb Hill-NSU 7. Kelly Skehan-WTAMU 8. Tori Puentes-UIW 9. Chelsey Dodd-SWOSU Sierra Cardenas-ENMU

GP No. Avg./G 21 9.0 0.43 19 8.0 0.42 18 8.0 0.44 18 6.0 0.33 18 5.0 0.28 17 5.0 0.29 18 4.5 0.25 18 3.0 0.17 13 2.0 0.15 16 2.0 0.12

GP No. Avg./G 21 9 0.43 16 6 0.38 18 6 0.33 20 6 0.30 20 6 0.30 21 6 0.29 20 5 0.25 20 5 0.25 20 5 0.25 20 5 0.25 20 5 0.25 GP GA Minutes 18 11 1477:48 18 13 1675:44 19 13 1664:52 17 15 1645:20 21 23 1942:34 18 20 1632:49 18 24 1652:29 18 26 1687:59 19 26 1594:58 11 11 592:26

POINTS POINTS PER GAME Player, Team GP Goals Assts. Pts. Avg/G Player, Team GP Goals Assts. Pts. 1. Andrea Carpenter-ACU 21 22 4 48 2.29 1. Andrea Carpenter-ACU 21 22 4 48 2. Ashley Holton-ACU 21 14 4 32 1.52 2. Ashley Holton-ACU 21 14 4 32 3. Kelsey Hill-MSU 20 10 6 26 1.30 3. Kelsey Hill-MSU 20 10 6 26 4. Lindsay Pritchard-MSU 20 10 5 25 1.25 4. Lindsay Pritchard-MSU 20 10 5 25 5. Brandie DeBacker-ASU 21 10 4 24 1.14 5. Brittni Walker-UCO 20 9 5 23 6. Brittni Walker-UCO 20 9 5 23 1.15 6. Brandie DeBacker-ASU 21 10 4 24 7. Whitney Watts-ECU 18 8 4 20 1.11 7. Amber Guenther-UIW 16 6 6 18 8. Kendal Kitchens-WTAMU 18 8 3 19 1.06 8. Whitney Watts-ECU 18 8 4 20 Julie Coppedge-ACU 21 5 9 19 0.90 9. Sarah Hernandez-UIW 17 8 2 18 10. Amber Guenther-UIW 16 6 6 18 1.12 10. Kendal Kitchens-WTAMU 18 8 3 19 Sarah Hernandez-UIW 17 8 2 18 1.06 NOTE: Players listed among Individual Leaders met or exceeded the minimums and played in at least 50 percent of their team’s games; Goalies must have played at least 33 percent of their team’s minutes. Fall Media Guide 2011

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GAA 0.67 0.70 0.70 0.82 1.07 1.10 1.31 1.39 1.47 1.67

Avg/G 2.29 1.52 1.30 1.25 1.15 1.14 1.12 1.11 1.06 1.06


2010 LSC Women’s Soccer Awards All-Conference Awards

FIRST TEAM Pos. Player Team B Hanna Staley Midwestern State B Natalie Holovach Texas Woman’s B Nadia James West Texas A&M B Lexi Stirling Abilene Christian B McKenzie Caldwell Central Oklahoma F Andrea Carpenter Abilene Christian F Lindsay Pritchard Midwestern State F Ashley Holton Abilene Christian F Kelsey Hill Midwestern State MF Kendra Clemons Midwestern State MF Julie Coppedge Abilene Christian MF Ashton Morris Central Oklahoma MF Brittany Subia Midwestern State GK Mallory Whitworth Midwestern State

Pos. B B B B B F F F F MF MF MF MF GK GK

SECOND TEAM Player Team Keri Dawson Incarnate Word Ashleigh Peete East Central Brie Buschman Abilene Christian Evan Stanberry Texas A&M-Commerce Natalie Crosslin Southwestern Oklahoma Brittni Walker Central Oklahoma Sarah Hernandez Incarnate Word Brandie DeBacker Angelo State Rachel Sordel Northeastern State Melanie Shannon West Texas A&M Amber Guenther Incarnate Word Devon Herrman Texas A&M-Commerce Josie Price Southwestern Oklahoma Melanie Peterson Angelo State Tori Puentes Incarnate Word

Yr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Sr. So.

Yr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr.

Player, Pos. Anastasia Nelson, MF Randi Hafele, GK Julie Coppedge, F Lauren Carnes, MF Melissa Michelsen, D Kelsey Hill, F Keri Dawson, D Courtney Wilson, F Madisen Burrows, M Alyse Ritche, D Alyssa Dillman, D

All-Academic Awards

Team Abilene Christian Texas A&M-Commerce Abilene Christian Angelo State Northeastern State Midwestern State Incarnate Word Abilene Christian Texas Woman’s Abilene Christian Midwestern State

Year Sr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So.

Major Communications Animal Science Journalism Nursing Psychology Education Athletic Training Social Work Kinesiology Youth&Family Ministry Business

Hometown San Diego, Calif. Friendswood, Texas Amarillo, Texas Amarillo, Texas Plano, Texas Wichita Falls, Texas Las Cruces, N.M. Odessa, Texas Gainesville, Texas Belton, Texas Amarillo, Texas

SPECIAL RECOGNITION Academic Player of the Year: Anastasia Nelson, Abilene Christian

Date S-8 S-15 S-22 S-29 O-6 O-13 O-20 O-27 N-3

Player of the Week Awards

Offensive Samantha Cameron, WTAMU Whitney Watts, ECU Chelsey Height, A&M-C Mickey Brown, MSU Ashley Holton, ACU Amber Guenther, UIW Lindsay Pritchard, MSU Ashley Brown, ASU Summer Grantham, UCO

Defensive Karli Maxey, ASU Molly Hummel, ECU Cassidy Ballantyne, UIW Andrea Choate, TWU Keri Dawson, UIW Hanna Staley, MSU Megan Barnhart, MSU Natalie Crosslin, SWOSU Hanna Staley, MSU

Goalkeeper Elliott London, ACU Tori Puentes, UIW Randi Hafele, A&M-C Mallory Whitworth, MSU Nori Morgan, TWU Chelsey Dodd, SWOSU Melanie Peterson, ASU Elliott London, ACU Mallory Whitworth, MSU

HONORABLE MENTION Forwards: Chelsey Haight, Texas A&M-Commerce, Sr.; Ashley Brown, Angelo State, Sr.; Midfielders: Lauren Carnes, Angelo State, So.; Brandy O’Neal, Midwestern State, Sr.; Dominique Dinka, Central Oklahoma, So.; Berklee Watson, West Texas A&M, Fr.; Lindsay McHorse, West Texas A&M, Jr.; Summer Grantham, Central Oklahoma, Jr.; Courtney Wilson, Abilene Christian, Sr.; Emily Hernandez, Incarnate Word, Sr.; Kyli Morgan, Texas Woman’s, Sr.; Maddie Fraser, Midwestern State, So.; Ashley Bradford, East Central, Fr.; Halla Ali, Texas Woman’s, Jr.; Backs: Megan Barnhart, Midwestern State, So.; Megan Monroe, Texas A&M-Commerce, Sr.; Jordan Benfield, Angelo State, Fr.; Karli Maxey, Angelo State, So.; Kendall Cooper, Abilene Christian, Sr.; Taylor Cromeens, West Texas A&M, Sr.; Andrea Choate, Texas Woman’s, Sr.; Melissa Michelsen, Northeastern State, Jr.; Goalkeepers: Elliott London, Abilene Christian, Jr.; Sierra Cardenas, Eastern New Mexico, Jr.; Nori Morgan, Texas Woman’s, Sr.; Deb Hill, Northeastern State, Jr.; Randi Hafele, Texas A&M-Commerce, Jr. SPECIAL AWARDS Offensive Player of the Year: Andrea Carpenter, Abilene Christian Goalkeeper of the Year: Mallory Whitworth, Midwestern State Defensive Player of the Year: Hanna Staley, Midwestern State Freshman of the Year: Andrea Carpenter, Abilene Christian Coach of the Year: Jeff Trimble, Midwestern State

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LSC Men’s Soccer Season Outlook and Preseason Poll State is the favorite in the Lone Star Conference as M idwestern the league’s annual men’s soccer preseason poll was released

The schedule of games begins in early September. Each of the four LSC teams will play the other twice during the regular season, with those contests determining the conference champion. The LSC has set-up a scheduling alliance with the Heartland Conference and Northeastern State for teams to play each other once for an additional six games as well.

on Tuesday. The Mustangs, who advanced to the NCAA Division II Final Four for the second time in the last four seasons following an unbeaten regular season, received nine first-place votes on the 10 ballots cast by the league’s head coaches, sports information directors and various media representatives. MSU totaled 39 points to top Incarnate Word and West Texas A&M, who tied for second place. WTAMU, who collected the other first-place nod, and UIW finished with 25 points each, while Eastern New Mexico was fourth with 11.

PRESEASON PLAYERS OF THE YEAR Co-Offensive Player of the Year: David Freeland, MSU, and Callum Riley, UIW Defensive Player of the Year: Ryan Spence, MSU

2011 Composite Schedule Thursday, September 01, 2011 Eastern New Mexico at Univ. of the Southwest, 6 p.m.

Newman at Eastern New Mexico, 1 p.m. Northeastern State at West Texas A&M, 4 p.m.

Friday, September 02, 2011 Colorado School of Mines at West Texas A&M, 7 p.m. Central Baptist at Midwestern State, 7 p.m.

Friday, September 30, 2011 West Texas A&M at St. Edward’s, 4 p.m. Texas A&M Int’l at Midwestern State, 7 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Incarnate Word, 8:30 p.m.

Sunday, September 04, 2011 Colorado School of Mines at Incarnate Word, 12 p.m. Eastern New Mexico at Texas Permian Basin, 4 p.m. Lubbock Christian at Eastern New Mexico, 5 p.m. Wednesday, September 07, 2011 Incarnate Word at St. Edward’s, 4 p.m. Friday, September 09, 2011 Midwestern State at CSU-Pueblo, 8 p.m. Lindenwood at Incarnate Word, 8:30 p.m. Sunday, September 11, 2011 Midwestern State at UC-Colorado Springs, 12 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Eastern New Mexico, 5 p.m. Friday, September 16,2011 *Midwestern State at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at West Texas A&M, 7 p.m. Sunday, September 18, 2011 Midwestern State at St. Edward’s, 1 p.m. Texas Permian Basin at Incarnate Word, 1 p.m. Fort Hays State at West Texas A&M, 3:30 p.m. Monday, September 19, 2011 Wayland Baptist at Eastern New Mexico, 5 p.m. Friday, September 23, 2011 Northeastern State at Eastern New Mexico, 5 p.m. Midwestern State at Texas Permian Basin, 7 p.m. Newman at West Texas A&M, 8 p.m. Incarnate Word at Texas A&M Int’l, 8 p.m. Sunday, September 25, 2011 Incarnate Word at St. Mary’s, 12 p.m.

Sunday, October 02, 2011 St. Mary’s at Midwestern State, 1 p.m. Eastern New Mexico at St. Edward’s, 1 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Incarnate Word, 2:30 p.m. Friday, October 07,2011 *Midwestern State at Eastern New Mexico, 5 p.m. Incarnate Word at Northeastern State, 7 p.m. Texas Permian Basin at West Texas A&M, 7 p.m. Sunday, October 09, 2011 Incarnate Word at Newman, 1 p.m. *Midwestern State at West Texas A&M, 2 p.m.

West Texas A&M at Fort Hays State, 1 p.m. Tuesday, October 25, 2011 Texas A&M Int’l at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. Friday, October 28, 2011 Fort Hays State at Eastern New Mexico, 5 p.m. Midwestern State at Northeastern State, 7 p.m. *Incarnate Word at West Texas A&M, 8 p.m. Sunday, October 30,2011 *Incarnate Word at Eastern New Mexico, 1 p.m. Wednesday, November 02, 2011 St. Mary’s at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m. Thursday, November 03, 2011 St. Edward’s at West Texas A&M, 7 p.m. Friday, November 04, 2011 Northeastern State at Incarnate Word, 7 p.m.

Friday, October 14, 2011 West Texas A&M at St. Mary’s, 2 p.m. Northeastern State at Midwestern State, 7 p.m. Eastern New Mexico at Texas A&M Int’l, 8 p.m. St. Edward’s at Incarnate Word, 8:30 p.m.

Friday, November 04,2011 *Eastern New Mexico at Midwestern State, 7 p.m.

Sunday, October 16, 2011 West Texas A&M at Texas A&M Int’l, 1 p.m. Newman at Midwestern State, 1 p.m. Eastern New Mexico at St. Mary’s, 1 p.m.

Friday, November 11, 2011 NCAA Championship First Round

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Sunday, November 13, 2011 NCAA Championship Second Round Sunday, November 20, 2011 NCAA Championship Quarterfinals Friday, December 02, 2011 NCAA Championship Semifinals Sunday, December 04, 2011 NCAA Championship Final

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LSC Men’s Soccer Records/2010 Awards/Standings All-Conference Awards

INDIVIDUAL (Game) Points: 10 Martin Fuentes, WTAMU vs. Univ. of the SW, 2010 Goals: 5 Martin Fuentes, WTAMU vs. Univ. of the SW, 2010 Assists: 4 Sun Potter, MSU vs. ENMU, 2006; Kyle Kmiec, MSU vs. St. Mary’s, 2007; Jacob Fynboe Jensen, WTAMU vs. Univ. of Southwest, 2008 Shots: 13 Josh Fender, WTAMU vs. SWOSU, 2003 Saves: 17 Sloane Williams, MSU vs. Sonoma State, 2002 INDIVIDUAL (Season) Points: 59 Sergio Salinas, NSU, 2004 P/Avg.: 2.60 Ryan McClanahan, ENMU, 2007 Goals: 24 Daniel Brown, MSU, 2007 G/Avg: 1.10 Ryan McClanahan, ENMU, 2007 Assists: 15 John Michael-Waite, NSU, 2003 0.83 John Michael-Waite, NSU, 2003 A/Avg.: Shots: 100 Daniel Brown, MSU, 2007 S/Avg.: 4.35 Josh Fender, WTAMU, 2003; Daniel Brown, MSU, 2007 G/Against Avg*: 0.30 Raul Herrera, MSU, 2009 Fewest G/ Allowed*: 5 Raul Herrera, MSU, 2009 Saves: 129 Brian Blair, MSU, 2000 Saves Avg: 6.37 Michael Sylvester, NSU, 2002 Shutouts: 11 Raul Herrera, MSU, 2009 *min. 1,000 minutes played INDIVIDUAL (Career) Points: 91 P/Avg.: 1.39 Goals: 38 G/Avg: 0.61 Assists: 30 A/Avg: 0.43 Shots: 190 S/Avg: 3.33 G/Against Avg.: 0.61 Saves: 337 SV/Avg: 6.26 Shutouts: 21

Daniel Brown, MSU, 2004-07 Ryan McClanahan, ENMU, 2006-07 Daniel Brown, MSU, 2004-07 Alex Opoku, MSU, 1999-2000 Jacob Fynboe Jensen, WTAMU, 2006-09 Jacob Fynboe Jensen, WTAMU, 2006-09 Daniel Brown, MSU, 2004-07 Alex Opoku, MSU, 1999-2000 Raul Herrera, MSU 2005, 09-10 Leif Craddock, ENMU, 2004-07 Cesar Meta, NSU, 2000 Raul Herrera, MSU, 2005, 09-10

TEAM (Game) Points: 42 Goals: 14 Assists: 14 Shots: 48 Saves: 17

NSU vs. SWOSU, 2003 NSU vs. SWOSU, 2003 NSU vs. SWOSU, 2003 WTAMU vs. SWOSU, 2003 MSU vs. Sonoma State, 2002; SWOSU vs. WTAMU, 2003; NSU at St. Mary’s, 2010

FIRST TEAM Team Incarnate Word Midwestern State West Texas A&M Midwestern State Eastern New Mexico Incarnate Word Midwestern State West Texas A&M Incarnate Word Midwestern State West Texas A&M Eastern New Mexico Midwestern State Midwestern State

Year Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr.

Pos. Player Freddy Dominguez B B Bo Evans B Andrai Hill F Martin Fuentes Tex McCullough F Bryce Taylor MF Kal Herbert MF MF Justin Odette Nathan Fitzgerald MF Sebastian Furness GK

SECOND TEAM Team West Texas A&M Northeastern State Northeastern State West Texas A&M Midwestern State Midwestern State Eastern New Mexico Incarnate Word Midwestern State West Texas A&M

Year Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr.

HONORABLE MENTION Northeastern State: MF, Zach Schmoker, Sr.; MF, Cory Cipollone, So.; West Texas A&M: MF, Alfredo Chavez, So. SPECIAL AWARDS Offensive Player of the Year: Callum Riley, Incarnate Word Defensive Player of the Year: Ryan Spence, Midwestern State Freshman of the Year: James Nero, Incarnate Word Coach of the Year: Doug Elder, Midwestern State and John Smith, Incarnate Word

All-Time Standings

TEAM (Season) Points: 201 MSU, 2007 Points Avg.: 9.09 MSU, 2008 Goals: 71 MSU, 2007 Goals Avg.: 3.09 MSU, 2007; MSU, 2008 Assists: 64 MSU, 2008 A/Avg.: 2.91 MSU, 2008 Shots: 459 MSU, 2010 Shot/Avg: 20.86 MSU, 2010 G/Against Avg.: 0.43 MSU, 2009 Fewest G/ Allowed*: 8 MSU, 2009 Saves: 135 MSU, 2000 Saves/Avg:. 6.85 NSU, 1999 Shutouts: 12 MSU, 2007; MSU, 2008; MSU, 2009; WTAMU, 2009; MSU, 2010

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Pos. Player B James Nero B Ryan Spence B Nicki Nielsen B Dean Lovegrove F Emerson Rodrigues F Callum Riley F David Freeland F Ben Everson MF Jesus Cortez MF Paulo Teixeira MF Dominic Furness MF Andy Wilkinson MF Sam Broadbent GK Raul Herrera

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2010 Team Midwestern State Incarnate Word West Texas A&M Eastern New Mexico Northeastern State

LSC Overall W-L-T W-L-T 7-0-1 19-1-2 4-2-2 13-2-3 4-4-0 11-6-1 2-5-1 8-8-2 1-7-0 7-11-0

2006 Team Midwestern State Northeastern State West Texas A&M Eastern N.M. Missouri Southern

LSC Overall W-L-T W-L-T 9-1-0 18-2-1 4-1-4 9-5-6 4-4-2 8-7-4 1-6-2 4-11-3 0-6-2 3-11-4

2009 Team West Texas A&M Midwestern State Eastern New Mexico Northeastern State

LSC Overall W-L-T W-L-T 4-0-2 15-2-2 4-0-2 13-2-3 1-5-0 11-6-2 1-5-0 9-10-0

2008 Team Midwestern State West Texas A&M Eastern N.M. Northeastern State Missouri Southern

LSC Overall W-L-T W-L-T 7-1-0 19-3-0 6-2-0 12-5-0 3-4-1 6-10-2 2-6-0 3-14-1 1-6-1 1-14-1

2005 Team Midwestern State Incarnate Word West Texas A&M Northeastern State St. Edward’s St. Mary’s Missouri Southern Eastern N.M

LSC Overall W-L-T W-L-T 11- 1- 2 13- 3- 2 11- 1- 2 14- 4- 3 10- 4- 0 11- 8- 0 7- 7- 0 9-11- 0 6- 8- 0 7-12- 1 4-10- 0 6-11- 0 3-11- 0 5-14- 0 2-12- 0 4-15- 1

2007 Team West Texas A&M Midwestern State Eastern N.M. Northeastern State Missouri Southern

LSC Overall W-L-T W-L-T 7-1 17-3 7-1 18-3-2 2-5-1 8-9-1 1-5-2 5-12-2 1-6-1 4-10-2

2004 Team Incarnate Word Northeastern State Midwestern State West Texas A&M St. Edward’s St. Mary’s Eastern N.M Missouri Southern

LSC Overall W-L-T W-L-T 12- 1- 1 18- 4- 1 11- 3- 0 18- 5- 0 9- 4- 0 12- 6- 0 8- 5- 1 11- 7- 2 4- 9- 1 4-12- 2 4- 9- 0 7-10- 0 3-10- 1 6-12- 2 1-11- 2 2-14- 3


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LSC Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Preseason Poll Christian and Midwestern State are the favorites to A bilene capture the 2011 Lone Star Conference men’s and women’s

WOMEN 1st TOTAL 1 Midwestern State 20 196 2 Angelo State  1 166 1 161 3 Abilene Christian  4 Eastern New Mexico  123 5 Incarnate Word  91 6 West Texas A&M  91 7 Texas A&M-Kingsville  73 59 8 Tarleton State  9 Texas A&M-Commerce  30

cross country championships, respectively, according to the league’s preseason poll announced in late July. The Wildcats received 16 first-place votes for a total of 187 points in the men’s poll, while the Mustangs were the top choice on 20 of 22 ballots for 196 points on the women’s side. In 2010, ACU’s men won their 20th straight conference crown, while the MSU women earned their third consecutive title. Nine men’s teams and women’s teams start their season in September, while the postseason begins with the LSC Championships hosted by Angelo State, on October 22, 2011.

Men’s LSC Championships Results (2004-10)

Women's LSC Championships Results (2004-10)

First LSC championship awarded in 1982 to Abilene Christian

First LSC championship awarded in 1984 to Abilene Christian 2010 Results (ACU, Abilene, Texas) 1. Midwestern State 46 2. Angelo State 79 3. Abilene Christian 119 4. Eastern New Mexico 132 5. Central Oklahoma 145 6. East Central 171 7. Incarnate Word 175 8. Texas A&M-Kingsville 177 9. West Texas A&M 186 10. Tarleton State 225 11. Southwestern Oklahoma Sta 253 12. Texas A&M-Commerce 282 13. Southeastern Oklahoma 408 Individual Champion: Anais Belledant, Abilene Christian, 16:07.74 2009 Results (WTAMU, Canyon, Texas) 1. Midwestern State 70 2. Angelo State 73 3. East Central 92 4. Central Oklahoma 111 5. West Texas A&M 123 6. Tarleton 171 7. Eastern New Mexico 178 8. Abilene Christian 193 9. Southwestern 207 10. Texas A&M-Kingsville 228 11. Texas A&M-Commerce 277 Individual Champion: Sydney Cole, Midwestern State, 23:02.5 2008 Results (TAMUK, Kingsville, Texas) 1. Midwestern State 58 2. West Texas A&M 84 3. East Central 94 4. Central Oklahoma 115 5. Abilene Christian 122 6. Angelo State 129 7. Tarleton 143 8. Eastern New Mexico 243 9. Texas A&M-Commerce 280 10. Texas A&M-Kingsville 300 11. Southwestern 322 Individual Champion: Winrose Karunde, Abilene Christian, 21:39.0 2007 Results (A&M-C, Commerce, Texas) 1. Abilene Christian 53 2. Tarleton 84 3. West Texas A&M 86 4. Central Oklahoma 94 5. Southwestern 114 6. East Central 116 7. Angelo State 178 Fall Media Guide 2011

MEN 1st TOTAL 1 Abilene Christian 16 187 2 Eastern New Mexico  5 181 136 3 Cameron 4 Texas A&M-Commerce  119 5 Tarleton State  1 112 6 Incarnate Word  106 7 West Texas A&M  75 47 8 Angelo State  9 Texas A&M-Kingsville  27

8. Texas A&M-Kingsville 213 9. Eastern New Mexico 271 10. Midwestern State 306 11. Texas A&M-Commerce 350 12. Southeaster 417 Individual Champion: Cheboi Loice, Abilene Christian, 22:04.23

2010 Results (ACU, Abilene, Texas) 1. Abilene Christian 54 2. Eastern New Mexico 68 3. East Central 90 4. Cameron 109 5. Texas A&M-Commerce 124 6. Incarnate Word 164 7. Tarleton State 178 8. West Texas A&M 190 9. Angelo State 216 10. Texas A&M-Kingsville 241 Individual Champion: Amos Sang, Abilene Christian, 23:49.50

2006 Results (Tarleton, Stephenville, Texas) 1. Abilene Christian 45 2. Angelo State 80 3. Central Oklahoma 93 4. West Texas A&M 102 5. Eastern New Mexico 163 6. Tarleton 167 7. Texas A&- Kingsville 190 8. Midwestern State 199 9. Texas A&M-Commerce 206 10. East Central 210 11. Southwestern 223 12. Southeastern Oklahoma 398 Individual Champion: Cheboi Loice, Abilene Christian, 22:04.23

2009 Results (WTAMU, Canyon, Texas) 1. Abilene Christian 33 2. Tarleton 75 3. Eastern New Mexico 109 4. Cameron 118 5. Angelo State 128 6. West Texas A&M 144 7. Texas A&M-Commerce 152 8. East Central 159 9. Texas A&M-Kingsville 235 Individual Champion: Amos Sang, Abilene Christian, 24:44.0

2005 Results (SWOSU, Weatherford, Oklahoma) 1. Abilene Christian 43 2. West Texas A&M 66 3. Angelo State 88 4. Central Oklahoma 102 5. East Central 171 6. Tarleton 175 7. Eastern New Mexico 214 8. Midwestern State 218 9. Southwestern 219 10. Texas A&M-Commerce 253 11. Texas A&M-Kingsville 257 12. Southeastern Oklahoma 313 Individual Champion: Trina Cox, Abilene Christian, 21:31.8

2008 Results (TAMUK, Kingsville, Texas) 1. Abilene Christian 17 2. Tarleton 77 3. Texas A&M-Commerce 78 4. East Central 88 5. Angelo State 142 6. Cameron 147 7. Eastern New Mexico 174 8. West Texas A&M 193 9. Texas A&M-Kingsville 270 Individual Champion: Daniel Maina, Abilene Christian, 23:32.0

2004 Results (SE, Durant, Oklahoma) 1. Abilene Christian 36 2. Central Oklahoma 82 3. East Central 97 4. Texas A&M-Commerce 127 5. Angelo State 130 6. Texas A&M-Kingsville 138 7. Tarleton 213 8. West Texas A&M 218 9. Eastern New Mexico 225 10. Southwestern 240 11. Southeastern Oklahoma 242 Individual Champion: Adeh Mwamba, Abilene Christian, 21:51.85

2007 Results (A&M-C, Commerce, Texas) 1. Abilene Christian 23 2. East Central 64 3. Tarleton 101 4. Texas A&M-Commerce 113 5. Eastern New Mexico 124 6. Cameron 141 7. Angelo State 166 8. West Texas A&M 246 9. Texas A&M-Kingsville 268 Individual Champion: Serge Gasore, Abilene Christian, 24:47.79 45

2006 Results (Tarleton, Stephenville, Texas) 1. Abilene Christian 17 2. East Central 59 3. Angelo State 79 4. Eastern New Mexico 100 5. Texas A&M-Kingsville 131 6. Tarleton 184 7. Cameron 195 8. Texas A&M-Commerce 207 Individual Champion: Nicodemus Naimadu, Abilene Christian, 24:43.0 2005 Results (SWOSU, Weatherford, Oklahoma) 1. Abilene Christian 28 2. East Central 47 3. Angelo State 68 4. Eastern New Mexico 90 5. Texas A&M-Commerce 101 6. Texas A&M-Kingsville 205 7. Tarleton 207 8. West Texas A&M 223 9. Cameron 224 Individual Champion: Nicodemus Naimadu, Abilene Christian, 26:25.6 2004 Results (SE, Durant, Oklahoma) 1. Abilene Christian 15 2. East Central 60 3. Angelo State 78 4. Texas A&M-Kingsville 93 5. Eastern New Mexico 101 6. Tarleton 159 7. Texas A&M-Commerce 171 8. West Texas A&M 225 Individual Champion: Martin Okello, Abilene Christian, 24:14.27


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