LSC women’s soccer, cross country update

Women’s soccer standings

All Times MDT

Conf. All

W-L-T W-L-T

Texas A&M-Commerce 2-2-1 6-3-1

Midwestern State 2-1-0 7-3-0

Angelo State 2-1-0 6-3-1

Eastern New Mexico 1-1-1 4-4-2

West Texas A&M 1-1-1 3-4-4

Texas Woman’s 1-3-1 4-7-2

Friday’s matches

Angelo State 1, Texas A&M-Commerce 0; Midwestern State 1, Texas Woman’s 0.

Sunday’s matches

Eastern New Mexico 4, West Texa A&M 1; Midwestern State 3, Texas A&M-Commerce 2; Texas Woman’s 2, Angelo State 1.

Thursday’s match

Texas A&M-Commerce 2, Texas Woman’s 0.

Friday’s matches

West Texas A&M at Angelo State, 5 p.m.; Eastern New Mexico at Midwestern State, 4 p.m.

Saturday’s match

Oklahoma Christian at Texas A&M-Commerce, 6 p.m.

Sunday’s matches

Eastern New Mexico at Angelo State, noon; West Texas A&M at Midwestern State, noon.

 

Players of the week

Offense

Tatyanny Griffiths, Midwestern State, Sr., MF, Dallas — Griffiths scored the first and last goals in MSU’s 3-2 double-overtime win over No. 24 Texas A&M-Commerce on Sunday, her first career multigoal outing.

ENMU nominee

Maurisa Jones, Jr., MF, Goodyear, Ariz. — Tallied two goals in the Zias’ 4-1 win over West Texas A&M.

Defense

Kallie Essary, Midwestern State,Sr., GK, Carrollton, Texas — Essary stopped four shots in MSU’s 1-0 win over Texas Woman’s on Friday, then had six saves in the 3-2 win over Commerce on Sunday.

ENMU nominee

Xan Ortiz, Jr., GK, Rio Rancho — Allowed just one goal in 135 minutes as the Zias defeated Lubbock Christian and West Texas A&M, making six saves.

 

Cross country

Runners of the week

Men

Mikey Davila, Eastern New Mexico, Jr., Moreno Valley, Calif. — Davila posted an 8K time of 25 minutes, 1.22 seconds, good for second place individually and helping the Greyhounds finish second in the South Plains College Festival.

Dylan Doss, West Texas A&M, Jr., Carlsbad, Texas — Doss led the No. 11 Buffaloes to a second-place team finish in the college division of the Chile Pepper Festivel in Fayetteville, Ark., hosted by the University of Arkansas. Doss was eighth in the 8K event in 25:30.8.

Women

Amber Saiz, Eastern New Mexico, So., Belen — Saiz completed the 5K run at South Plains in an ENMU record time of 18:37.05 to win the event and help ENMU to the team title. It was only the second sub-19 5K time in Zias history.

Mireia Guarner, West Texas A&M, So., Catalonia Spain — Guarner led the now-No. 20 Lady Buffs to a second-place team finish at Fayetteville, posting a time of 18:23.7 to place sixth.

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