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LSC soccer/cross country roundup — Oct. 10


Conf. All


Tx A&M-Commerce 3-2-0 8-4-0

Angelo State 2-0-1 9-0-1

ENMU 2-1-0 5-4-0

Texas Woman’s 1-3-1 7-4-1

West Texas A&M 1-2-0 5-6-0

Midwestern St. 0-1-2 5-1-5

Oct. 3 matches

Angelo State 1, Texas A&M-Commerce 0, 2 OT; Texas Woman’s 1, Midwestern State 1, 2 OT, tie; Eastern New Mexico 1, West Texas A&M 0.

Sunday’s matches

Texas A&M-Commerce 2, Midwestern State 1, OT; Angelo State 1, Texas Woman’s 0.

Monday’s match

West Texas A&M 3, Southern Nazarene 1.

Thursday’s match

Texas A&M-Commerce 1, Texas Woman’s 0.

Friday’s matches

Midwestern State at ENMU, 3 p.m.; Angelo State at West Texas A&M, 6 p.m.

Saturday’s match

Dallas Baptist at Texas Woman’s, 6 p.m.

Sunday’s matches

Midwestern State at West Texas A&M, noon; Angelo State at Eastern New Mexico, 1 p.m.

Players of the week


Sierra Anderson, Angelo State, Jr., F, Wichita Falls, Texas — Anderson scored in the fourth minute of double-overtime to give the Rambelles a 1-0 win over Texas A&M-Commerce on Friday, heading the ball in off a cross from Loni Byers. Anderson has five goals this season and 14 in her ASU career.

ENMU nominee

Melissa Moxley, Jr., D, Rio Rancho — Netted the only goal in ENMU’s 1-0 win at West Texas A&M on Friday.


Shantel Wittke, Angelo State, Jr., GK, Tucson, Ariz. — Wittke recorded two shutouts for the Rambelles last weekend, including a 1-0 shutout against Texas Woman’s on Sunday to extend ASU’s consecutive shutout run to six matches.

ENMU nominee

Fabienne Wilson, Sr., GK, Alamogordo — Made three saves as ENMU scored its first win at WT in the program’s 12-year history. It was her third career shutout.

Cross country

LSC runners of the week


Geoffrey Kipcumba, West Texas A&M, Fr., Kapsabet, Kenya — Kipcumba led the No. 13 Buffaloes to a fifth-place finish in the non-Division I field and a 14th-place team finish overall at Arkansas’ Chile Pepper Festival. He was 25th overall in a time of 24 minutes, 47.00 seconds.


Michaela Johnson, West Texas A&M, Sr., Carlsbad — Johnson set a school 5K record at the Chile Pepper Festival, placing 31st overall and fourth among non-Division IO runners in a time of 17:22.90. The Lady Buffs were fourth in the non-Division I field and 15th overall.