LSC/SSC Volleyball/Soccer Update

Volleyball standings

LONE STAR CONFERENCE
All Times MST
South Division
Div. All
W-L W-L
Abilene Christian 8-0 25-3
West Texas A&M 7-1 25-7
Texas A&M-Kingsville 5-4 10-18
Eastern New Mexico 2-67-18
Tarleton State 2-7 16-16
Angelo State 1-7 9-21
North Division
Div. All
W-L W-L
Central Oklahoma 10-0 24-6
Texas Woman’s 7-4 15-17
Southeastern Oklahoma 6-4 19-14
Midwestern State 6-5 25-10
Cameron 4-6 14-13
Texas A&M-Commerce 1-8 9-18
Southwestern Oklahoma 1-8 5-24

Tuesday’s matches
Midwestern State 3, Texas Woman’s 2; Southeastern Oklahoma 3, Tarleton State 2; Dallas Baptist 3, Texas A&M-Commerce 1.

Thursday’s matches
Abilene Christian at West Texas A&M, 6 p.m.; Cameron at Southeastern Oklahoma, 6 p.m.; Central Oklahoma at Texas A&M-Commerce, 6 p.m.; Midwestern State at Southwestern Oklahoma, 6 p.m.; Texas-Pan Americn at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 6 p.m.; Texas Wesleyan at Texas Woman’s, 6 p.m.; Angelo State at Eastern New Mexico, 7 p.m.

Saturday’s matches
Texas Woman’s at Southwestern Oklahoma, 11 a.m.; Angelo State at West Texas A&M, 1 p.m.; Cameron at Texas A&M-Commerce, 1 p.m.; Midwestern State at UT-Permian Basin, 1 p.m.; Tarleton State at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1 p.m.; Abilene Christian at Eastern New Mexico, 2 p.m.; Central Oklahoma at Southeastern Oklahoma, 6 p.m.

Monday’s match
Texas A&M-Kingsville at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 6 p.m.
Regular season ends

LSC Players of the Week
South
Offense
Michelle Bernhardt, Abilene Christian, 5-9 Sr. OH, Hereford, Texas — Bernhardt became the fourth LSC player and the 26th in NCAA Division II history to eclipse 2,000 kills in a career, collecting 48 kills for the week while adding 45 digs, six assists, two aces and one block.

Defense
Brittani Bell, West Texas A&M, 5-3 Sr. L, Amarillo — Bell, the LSC’s all-time digs leader, added 25 to her total in a 3-0 win over Tarleton and 16 in a 3-1 win over Texas A&M-Kingsville.
Setter
Christina Ortiz, Tarleton State, 5-8 Jr. S, San Antonio — Ortiz helped the TexAnns to a 3-1 week, upping her season assist total to a school-record 1,226. She had week-highs of 58 assists against ENMU and 17 digs against WT, while adding six aces, four kills and a block.
Other nominations
Lindsey Martin, Abilene Christian, Sr. S — Had 149 assists and seven aces to help the Wildcats to three wins.
Lindsay Schiely, Eastern New Mexico, Sr. MB — Averaged more than three kills per game, highlighted by a 20-kill outing against Tarleton State.
Rhea Wortman, Eastern New Mexico, Fr. OH — Had 25 digs and 29 kills in two matches for the Zias.
Kathryn McCannell, Eastern New Mexico, Jr. S — Averaged six assists a game, highlighted by 31 in a four-game loss to Tarleton.
Julie Hamilton, Tarleton State, Jr. MB — Averaged more than 3 1/2 kills and nearly 1 1/2 aces for the TexAnns during the week.
Amy Rice, Tarleton State, Jr. MB — Had 18 total blocks in two matches, including 10 against ENMU.
Heidi Scheopner, Texas A&M-Kingsville, So. S — Averaged 11 assists a game as the Javelinas clinched an LSC tournament berth.
Erin Houlihan, West Texas A&M, So. OH — Collected 79 assists in two matches for the week.
Kolby Rhoades, West Texas A&M, So. OH — Had 34 kills in a pair of wins, including 21 against Kingsville.

North
Offense
Kim Morgal, Central Oklahoma, 5-11 Sr. OH, Edmond, Okla. — Morgan led the Bronchos to a pair of wins that clinched the team’s fourth LSC North title in five years, collecting 23 kills to go with six aces, six digs and five blocks.

Defense
Trina Berend, Texas Woman’s, 6-0 Sr. MB, Windhorst, Texas — Berend tallied 16 blocks for the week as the Pioneers went 2-1, including North wins over SoutheasternOklahoma and Texas A&M-Commerce. She added 28 kills and five digs.

Setter
Allison Schreiber, Midwestern State, 5-10 Fr. S, Windhorst, Texas — Schreibber past Midwestern’s 3-0 showing for the week, collecting 132 assists to go with 35 digs, three blocks and five kills. She had 57 assists and 15 digs against A&M-Commerce and 63 and 15 against Southeastern.

Soccer standings
All Times MST
Men
SOUTHWEST SOCCER CONFERENCE
Conf. Overall
W-L-T W-L-T
Incarnate Word 10-1-2 13-4-2
Midwestern State 9-1-2 11-3-2
West Texas A&M 9-4-0 10-8-0
Northeastern State 6-7-0 8-10-0
St. Edward’s 6-7-0 7-11-0
St. Mary’s 4-8-0 6-9-0
Missouri Southern 3-10-0 5-13-0
Eastern New Mexico 2-11-0 4-11-1
Wednesday’s matches
Missouri Southern at Northeastern State; St. Mary’s at Incarnate Word.
Friday’s match
Midwestern State at St. Mary’s, 3 p.m.
Saturday’s match
Eastern New Mexico at West Texas A&M, 5 p.m.
Sunday’s match
Midwestern State at St. Edward’s, 11 a.m.
Regular season ends

Women
LONE STAR CONFERENCE
(Final standings)
Conf. Overall
W-L-T W-L-T
Central Oklahoma 8-0-1 14-3-1
West Texas A&M 7-2-0 10-5-1
Midwestern State 6-3-0 8-8-1
Texas A&M-Commerce 5-2-2 11-5-2
Texas Woman’s 4-5-0 9-8-1
Angelo State 4-5-0 7-12-1
Eastern New Mexico 3-5-1 10-8-1
Northeastern State 3-5-1 7-10-1
Southwestern Oklahoma 2-6-1 7-10-1
East Central 0-9-0 2-15-0
LSC Tournament
At Edmond, Okla.
(Seeds in parentheses)

Thursday’s matches
Midwestern State (3) vs. Angelo State (6), 11 a.m.; Texas A&M-Commerce (4) vs. Texas Woman’s (5), 1:30 p.m.
Friday’s matches
Midwestern State-Angelo State winner vs. West Texas A&M (2), 11 a.m.; Texas A&M-Commerce-Texas Woman’s winner vs. Central Oklahoma (1), 1:30 p.m.

Sunday’s match
Championship, noon

SSC Players of the Week
Offense
Pedro Zamarripa, Incarnate Word, Fr. MF, Houston — Zamarripa scored a goal and had an assist in the Cardinals’ 4-1 win over Eastern New Mexico, and scored the only goal in a 1-0 victory over West Texas A&M and vaulted Incarnate Word into the league lead.

Defense
Reni Fulkerson, Midwestern State, Sr. D, Caracas, Venezuela — Fulkerson paced an Indians defensive effort that allowed just one goal in two matchs, and he also scored the game-winning goal — his first career goal — against Missouri Southern.

Other nominations
Brandon Swartzendruber, Midwestern State, Jr. F — Scored two goals, including the game-winner against Northeastern State, and also added an assist as the Indians won both matches during the week.

Oren Braver, Incarnate Word, Sr. D — Led a defense that allowed just one goal and 12 shots on goal over three victories.
Jeff Herland, St. Edward’s, Jr. MF — Had a goal and an assist as the Hilltoppers extended their winning streak to three.
Chris Sanders, St. Edward’s, So. GK — Earned nine saves and played nearly 170 minutes as the Hilltoppers beat Missouri Southern and Northeastern State.

LSC Players of the Week
Offense
Emily Meinen, Texas Woman’s, 5-7 Jr. F, Keller Texas — Meinen scored a goal in each match as the Pioneers lost to West Texas A&M 3-1 and beat Eastern New Mexico 2-1, the latter providing the deciding margin as Woman’s clinched the first LSC tournament berth in the four-year history of the program.

Defense
Chelsea Ryden, Central Oklahoma, 5-9 So. D, Norman, Okla. — Ryden led a defensive effort that yielded only one goal and 12 shots on goal in two LSC victories, helping the Bronchos clinch the regular-season league title and extend their unbeaten streak to 13 matches (12-0-1).

Other nominations
Becky Martin, Angelo State, So. GK — Helped the Rambelles clinch an LSC tournament berth by shutting out Southwestern Oklahoma, and added 12 saves in a 2-1 loss to Central Oklahoma.
Lindsey Hull, Central Oklahoma, Jr. MF — Scored a goal against Midwestern and added an assist against Angelo.
Megan Bibilone, Midwestern State, Fr. F — Posted her third game-winning goal of the season on Sunday against Southwestern.

Erin de Wolfe, Texas A&M-Commerce, Sr. F — Scored 11 points in three matches last week, with four assists against Dallas Baptist, two goals against ENMU and a goal and an assist against WT.