All times MDT
Abilene Christian 24-8 31-11
Cameron 23-9 32-10
SW Oklahoma 20-12 26-14
Angelo State 20-12 27-15
xy-Tarleton State 15-16 18-21
Eastern New Mexico 15-17 20-21
Central Oklahoma 15-17 19-22
y-SE Oklahoma 14-18 17-19
Texas A&M-Kings. 13-19 17-24
x-NE State 11-20 16-24
West Texas A&M 11-21 18-24
East Central 10-22 11-29
x-Tarleton State and Northeastern State played one game to a tie.
y-Tarleton State awarded a forfeit victory over Southeastern Oklahoma by LSC ruling.
Cameron 16, University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma 11; Texas A&M-International 8, Texas A&M-Kingsville 7.
Central Oklahoma at Tarleton State (2), 3 p.m.; Northeastern State at Abilene Christian (2), 3 p.m.; Southeastern Oklahoma at West Texas A&M (2), 3 p.m.; Southwestern Oklahoma at Angelo State (2), 3 p.m.; East Central at Eastern New Mexico (2), 4 p.m.; Cameron at Texas A&M-Kingsville (2), 4 p.m.
Southeastern Oklahoma at West Texas A&M (2), 11 a.m.; Cameron at Texas A&M-Kingsville (2), noon; Central Oklahoma at Tarleton State (2), noon; Southwestern Oklahoma at Angelo State (2), noon; East Central at Eastern New Mexico (2), 1 p.m.; Northeastern State at Abilene Christian (2), 1 p.m.
Players of the week
Chris Caves, Cameron, Sr. RF, Mesa, Ariz. — Caves went 10-for-19 as the 12th-ranked Aggies took three of four from West Texas A&M and also beat University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma. He hit six home runs, tying him for the team lead with 12, and drove in 13 runs. He had a pair of multi-homer games against WT.
Seth Clabaugh, Sr. 1B/LHP, Portales — Hit safetly in all five games for the week, highlighted by a two-homer performance in a 16-6 win at Southwestern Oklahoma. In the first game of that series, Clabaugh pitched a six-inning two-hitter, retiring the Bulldogs’ final 11 hitters, but suffered a 4-0 loss.
Brad Rutherford, Abilene Christian, Jr. RHP, Missoula, Mont. — Rutherford, pitching out of the bullpen, picked up two wins and a save as the Wildcats took three of four at Angelo State,m allowing no earned runs with nine strikeouts, improving to 7-3 for the season with seven saves.
All times MDT
Angelo State 10-3 34-7
Abilene Christian 9-3 31-11
Tarleton State 7-5 24-16
West Texas A&M 7-8 30-17
Texas A&M-Kings. 7-8 27-17
Texas Woman’s 4-9 22-22
Eastern New Mexico 2-10 20-18
SE Oklahoma 14-2 43-8
Central Oklahoma 12-4 19-11
Cameron 13-5 28-16
Midwestern State 10-8 26-14
SW Oklahoma 6-12 14-22
East Central 5-17 12-21
NE State 4-16 9-29
St. Edward’s 4-4, Angelo State 2-3; Central Oklahoma 8-4, East Central 3-10; Cameron 8-9, Southwestern Oklahoma 0-1; Southeastern Oklahoma 5-3, Midwestern State 2-4; Tarleton State 6-8, St. Mary’s 1-3.
Texas-Permian Basin 1-2, Eastern New Mexico 0-3, 1st games 8 innings; Texas A&M-Kingsville 10-7, Texas A&M-International 1-2; Midwestern State 6-10, Incarnate Word 3-1.
West Texas A&M 17-10, Incarnate Word 9-2; Northeastern State at Arkansas Tech (2), ccd.; Angelo State 11, Texas Woman's 3.
Angelo State at Texas Woman’s (2), noon; Cameron at Southwetern Oklahoma (2), noon; Texas A&M-Kingsville at St. Edward’s (2), noon; Eastern New Mexico at West Texas A&M, 1 p.m.; Tarleton State at Abilene Christian (2), 4 p.m.
Tarleton State at Abilene Christian, 11 a.m.; East Central at Central Oklahoma (2), noon; Eastern New Mexico at West Texas A&M (2), noon; Cameron at Southwestern Oklahoma (2), noon; Midwestern State at Southeastern Oklahoma (2), 1 p.m.
Players of the week
Meghan Brown, West Texas A&M, Fr. DP/1B, Katy, Texas — Brown went 7-for-9 with two homers and six RBIs in a three-game series at Tarleton State. She scored four runs and drove in six.
Alix Dean, Angelo State, So. 2B, Collinsville, Texas — Dean went 6-for-12 to help the top-ranked Rambelles take two of three from No. 15 Abilene Christian. For the season, she is hitting .424 with five homers and an LSC-leading 15 doubles.
Rebecca Quinones, Jr. 2B, Gilbert, Ariz. — Quinones went 7-for-12 with a double, a home run and five RBIs as the Zias took two of three at Western New Mexico. She had at least two hits in each game.
Chelsea Nelson, Angelo State, Jr. RHP, Highland Village, Texas — Nelson became the LSC’s first 20-game winner this season (20-2), recording wins in both ends of the Rambelles’ doubleheader sweep of Angelo State. She pitched 13 2/3 innings, coming in for 7 2/3 innings in relief in the nightcap, and also threw two perfect innings in relief in Friday’s loss to the Wildcats.
Megan Young, Cameron, Sr. SS, Lawton, Okla. — Young went 6-for-11 with two doubles, two homers and six runs scored as the Aggies took three wins against Midwestern State.
Marjorie Johnson, Southeastern Okalhoma, Sr. RHP, Tulsa, Okla. — Johnson posted two wins in three appearances as the Savage Storm swept a series against Northeasern State. She pitched third no-hitter of the season in one game, allowing one baserunner, and teamed with Amanda Tanner on another blanking.
Carrie Harvey, Cameron, Fr. RHP/OF, Burkburnett, Texas — Harvey improved to 15-5 with a pair of wins and also recorded a save for the Aggies against Midwestern State.
of the week
Andrew McDowell, Abilene Christian, Jr. hurdler, Kansas City, Mo. — McDowell posted the top 110 hurdles time so far this season in NCAA Division II, placing third in 14.16 seconds at the Texas Relays.
Camille Vandendriessche, Abilene Christian, Sr., decathlete, Paris, France — Vandendriessche became the first ACU athlete to win the decathlon at last week’s Texas Relays, winning two of the 10 events and finishing with 7,531 points.
Kandis Brooks, Tarleton State, Jr. sprinter, Houston — Brooks won the 400 in her first time this season in the event at last week’s McMurry Relays, posting a time of 59.9 seconds.
Linda Brivule, Abilene Christian, Jr. thrower, Riga, Latvia — Brivule, the defending LSC and Division II champion in javelin, posted the best Division II female throw in history in that event at the Texas Relays, going 184-6 to win the women’s university-college division.
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