All times MDT
Abilene Christian 27-9 35-12
Cameron 25-11 34-12
Angelo State 24-12 32-15
Southwestern Oklahoma 20-16 26-18
Eastern New Mexico 18-18 23-22
xy-Tarleton State 17-18 20-24
Central Oklahoma 17-19 22-24
x-Southeastern Oklahoma 16-19 19-22
Texas A&M-Kingsville 15-21 19-27
y-Northeastern State 12-23 17-28
West Texas A&M 12-23 19-27
East Central 11-25 12-32
x-Tarleton State forfeited one game to Southeastern Oklahoma.
y-Tarleton State and Northeastern State played one game to a tie.
St. Mary’s 16, Tarleton State 10; Wayland Baptist 12, West Texas A&M 3; Southern Arkansas 8-9, Southeastern Oklahoma 0-2; St. Edward’s 10, Texas A&M-Kingsville 9; Central Oklahoma 10, Oklahoma Christian 5; Rogers State 9, Northeastern State 7; Angelo State 16, Incarnate Word 7.
Abilene Christian 8, Texas Wesleyan 3.
Abilene Christian at Cameron, noon; West Texas A&M at Northeastern State (2), 1 p.m.
Abilene Christian at Cameron (2), noon; Angelo State at East Central (2), noon; Eastern New Mexico at Central Oklahoma (2), noon; Tarleton State at Southwestern Oklahoma (2), noon; Texas A&M-Kingsville at Southeastern Oklahoma (2), noon; West Texas A&M at Northeastern State (2), noon.
Eastern New Mexico at Central Oklahoma (2), 11 a.m.; Texas A&M-Kingsville at Southeastern Oklahoma (2), noon; Tarleton State at Southwestern Oklahoma (2), noon; Angelo State at East Central (2), noon; Abilene Christian at Cameron, noon.
Players of the week
Chris Adamson, Angelo State, Jr. 1B, Sydney Australia — Adamson extended his hitting strreak to 15 games, going 9-for-19 with two doubles, three homers, five runs and eight RBIs as the Rams won all five games during the week.
Jereme Johnson, Jr. RF, Roswell — Went 9-for-15 with thee doubles, a triple, eight runs, three RBIs and six walks as the Greyhounds took three of four from East Central.
Chris Brown, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Fr. RHP, Humble, Texas — Brown worked 5 2/3 innings in relief against 12th-ranked Cameron, picking up his fourth win of the season as the Javelinas rallied from a 5-0 deficit. He limited the Aggies to two hits while striking out six.
All times MDT
Angelo State 12-3 36-7
Abilene Christian 12-3 36-11
West Texas A&M 9-8 34-17
Texas A&M-Kingsville 7-8 28-18
Tarleton State 7-8 25-20
Texas Woman’s 4-11 24-24
Eastern New Mexico 2-12 22-20
Southeastern Oklahoma 17-3 46-9
Central Oklahoma 15-5 23-12
Cameron 16-6 31-17
Midwestern State 13-9 29-15
Southwestern Oklahoma 6-16 14-26
East Central 5-19 12-23
Northeastern State 4-18 9-31
Texas Woman’s 3-8, Texas A&M-International 1-2.
Eastern New Mexico 9-15, New Mexico Highlands 1-7; Tarleton State 9-2, Texas A&M-International 1-8; Central Oklahoma 4-3, Cameron 3-6; Midwestern State 6-6, Northeastern State 0-3; Southeastern Oklahoma 5-3, Southwestern Oklahoma 0-0; Abilene Christian 8-8, Texas-Permian Basin 0-2.
West Texas A&M 16-12, Oklahoma Panhandle State 7-3.
Central Oklahoma 7, St. Mary’s 4; Oklahoma Panhandle State at Midwestern State (2), ccd.; Cameron at Oklahoma City (2), ccd.
Abilene Christian at Eastern New Mexico (2), 1 p.m.
Texas Woman’s at Tarleton State (2), 10:30 a.m.; St. Gregory’s at West Texas A&M (2), noon; Midwestern State at Northeqastern State (2), midnight; Abilene Christian at Eastern New Mexico, 1 p.m.; Central Oklahoma at Cameron (2), 1 p.m.; Southwestern Oklahoma at Southeasern Oklahoma (2), 1 p.m.; Texas A&M-Kingsville at Angelo State (2), 4 p.m.
Texas Woman’s at Tarleton State, noon; Texas A&M-Kingsville at Angelo State, noon.
Players of the week
Kaitlyn Witte, West Texas A&M, So. 1B, Midland, Texas — Witte went 10-for-13 in four games as the Lady Buffs swept doubleheaders from Incarnate Word and Eastern New Mexico. She had two doubles, two homers and six RBIs.
Laura Thompson, Sr. CF, Towcester, Northants, England — Hit safely in three of four games for the week, highlighted by a 3-for-3 ouoting with a double and an RBI in a 3-2 win over Texas-Permian Basin.
Courtney Rigamonti, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Sr. RHP, Victoria, Texas — Rigamonti went 3-1 for the week and now has an LSC-leading 24 wins for the season. She won both games in a doubleheader against Texas A&M-International, including a 3 2/3-inning shutout effort in the second game, then lost in the first game against St. Edward’s in eight innings before pitching a four-hit, 5-2 win in the nightcap.
Mallory Mooney, Midwestern State, Fr. 3B, Mesquite, Texas — Mooney went 8-for-20 with a double, a homer, and four RBIs as the Mustangs went 4-2 for the week. She tops all NCAA Division II third basemen in fielding percentage this season at .993, having committed one error in 135 chances.
Brittney Tanner, Midwestern State, So. RHP, Burkburnett, Texas — Tanner went 2-1 for the week, including a split against No. 4 Southeastern Oklahoma. She allowed five earned runs on 18 hits over 18 1/3 innings, striking out 11.