All times MDT
Abilene Christian 8-1 30-9
Angelo State 7-2 31-4
Tarleton State 5-4 20-15
West Texas A&M 6-6 27-15
Texas A&M-Kingsville 5-7 23-16
Texas Woman’s 3-6 21-19
Eastern New Mexico 2-10 18-17
Southeastern Oklahoma 11-1 40-7
Central Oklahoma 11-3 18-10
Midwestern State 9-5 23-11
Cameron 9-5 24-16
Southwestern Oklahoma 4-10 12-10
East Central 4-14 11-18
Northeastern State 4-14 9-27
Western New Mexico 12-2, Eastern New Mexico 11-12; Midwestern State 7-1, Cameron 3-9, 1st game 8 innings; Southeastern Oklahoma 7-12, Northeastern State 0-4; Southwestern Oklahoma 9-2, East Central 4-4; Texas A&M-Kingsville 7-2, St. Mary’s 6-14.
Eastern New Mexico at Western New Mexico, 2 p.m.
West Texas A&M at Tarleton State (2), 11 a.m.; Texas Woman’s at Texas A&M-Kingsville (2), 4 p.m.; Abilene Christian at Angelo State, 6 p.m.
Texas Woman’s at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 11 a.m.; West Texas A&M at Tarleton State, 11 a.m.; Abilene Christian at Angelo State (2), noon; East Central at Southwestern Oklahoma (2), noon; Cameron at Midwestern State (2), 1 p.m.; Southeastern Oklahoma at Northeastern State (2), 1 p.m.
LSC players of the week
Sandy James, Angelo State, Fr. 1B, Kilgore, Texas — James went 3-for-4 to spark the top-ranked Rambelles past No. 25 West Texas A&M 7-3 in ASU’s only game last week, blasting her NCAA Division II-leading 21st homer to lead off the fourth inning. James extended her hitting streak to 16 games, two short of the school record, and has homered at least once in eight of the team’s last nine outings.
Jacque Gregoire, Abilene Christian, So. RHP, New Brausfels, Texas — Gregoire tossed three complete-game wins, including her second shutout of the season in a 2-0 LSC South win over Texas Woman’s. For the week, she allowed two runs in 21 innings, striking out 14 on her way to improving to 16-4 for the season.
Bailey Mathes, Southeastern Oklahoma State, Sr. SS, Ardmore, Okla. — Mathes helped the Savage Storm finish 5-2 for the week, going 7-for-19 at the plate with a pair of home runs, driving in eight runs and scoring six.
Marjorie Johnson, Southeastern Oklahoma, Sr. RHP, Tulsa, Okla. — Johnson went 2-1 last week, beating No. 25 West Texas A&M 4-2 and shutting out Texas A&M-Kingsville 3-0. She struck out 10 and allowed two runs in a complete-game loss to Arkansas Tech, her first of the setback of the season.
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