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  1. 1. LONE STAR CONFERENCE FOOTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE | OCTOBER 27, 2014 Contact: Melanie Robotham | Assistant Commissioner | Office: 972-234-0033 x. 103 | E-mail: melanie@lonestarconference.org | www.lonestarconference.org | Twitter: @LoneStarConf LSC FOOTBALL The Lone Star Conference regular season concludes this week with teams competing for seeding in the league playoffs. Texas A&M-Commerce has clinched a share of the LSC title and can win the crown outright with one more victory. Angelo State, Midwestern State, West Texas A&M, and Tarleton State have identical 4-2 records and are tied for second place. The sixth, seventh, and eighth spots are set with Eastern New Mexico, McMurry, and Texas A&M-Kingsville, respectively. Here is a closer look at last week’s games: • MSU snapped A&M-C’s five-game winning streak with a stunning 40-37 overtime win. • WT got back on the winning track with a 48-21 victory over TAMUK. • ASU captured its second straight contest over ENMU 41-20. • TSU won its third straight game with a 64-7 win over McM. This week’s schedule includes four conference contests with McM at A&M-C, WT at ENMU, MSU at TAMUK, and ASU at TSU. LSC football teams are 32-28 overall this season. The squads are 5-1 combined versus the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, Great Lakes Valley Conference and Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference teams, which are also in NCAA Super Regional Four. LSC FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS After playing seven conference games apiece over the first nine weeks of an 11-week regular season, the Lone Star Conference’s eight football teams will split into two brackets to conduct a two-week conference playoff on November 8 and 15. The conference champion and playoff seeding will be determined by regular season results with the higher seeds hosting each round. The top four teams (No. 4 at No. 1 and No. 3 at No. 2) comprise the championship bracket with Week 10 winners playing for the playoff title in Week 11, whereas Week 10 losers will meet for third place. The other half of the bracket includes the remaining four teams with No. 8 at No. 5 and No. 7 at No. 6 in Week 10. The winners will play for fifth-place in Week 11, while the losers meet in the seventh-place game. PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSIVE Chauncey Harris, Midwestern State University, SR, RB, San Antonio, Texas, Judson HS Harris rushed for a season-high 169 yards and three touchdowns including the game winner in overtime to help Midwestern State to a 40-37 win over No. 22-ranked Texas A&M-Commerce Saturday night at Memorial Stadium. The senior running back from San Antonio ran for 162 yards in the second half scoring all three of his touchdowns in the fourth quarter and overtime to help MSU overcome a 31-14 deficit with 10 minutes to play. DEFENSIVE Rush Seaver, Angelo State University, SR, LB, Lampasas, Texas, Lampasas HS Seaver made a career-high and NCAA Division II season-best 23 tackles and 2.0 tackles for loss as the Rams defeated Eastern New Mexico 41-20. Twelve of his 23 came in the second half as ASU limited the Greyhounds to just 110 total yards in the second half. It is the second time this season the Seaver has recorded at least 20 tackles in a game. The Lampasas native has moved into No. 5 on the ASU career list with 344 total tackles. SPECIAL TEAMS Conner Hollabaugh, West Texas A&M University, SO, K, Amarillo, Texas, Caprock HS Hollabaugh kicked a career-long 55-yard field goal as time expired in the first half in the Buffs’ 48-21 victory over Texas A&M-Kingsville Saturday. The 55-yard effort matches the second best in NCAA Division II this year. The sophomore also added a 38-yarder in the fourth quarter. He had eight kickoffs for 497 yards and an average of 62.1. Hollabaugh is 13 of 15 in field goals this season and 32 of 34 in extra points. He is 2 for 2 in field goals this season over 40 yards. OTHER TOP PERFORMERS E’lon Spight, Eastern New Mexico University, rushed for 196 yards at Angelo State and crossed the goal line twice. Of his 40 carries in the game, 14 resulted in Greyhound first downs. His one-yard touchdown run on fourth down staked Eastern to a 7-0 lead, in the first quarter. Spight is the only player in the LSC with 1,000 yards rushing this season and is tied for the conference lead, with 14 touchdowns. Geremy Alridge-Mitchell, West Texas A&M University, had his sixth consecutive game of over 100 yards rushing and fourth straight game of two touchdowns on the ground in the Buffs’ 48-21 victory over Texas A&M-Kingsville Saturday. A-Mitchell also had a career-high 73 yards receiving on four catches and his second career receiving touchdown. He also had 83 yards in kick returns and tallied a season-high 277 all-purpose yards. Shawn Vasquez, Texas A&M University - Kingsville, led all Javelina players with 107 yards rushing and added one touchdown... the mark was a career-high for the junior newcomer... his touchdown late in the third quarter was his third on the year. Collin Strahan, Tarleton State University, continued to lead Tarleton’s offensive onslaught last weekend as the Texan quarterback led Tarleton State to its third straight win with a 64-7 victory over McMurry Saturday afternoon. Strahan accounted for nearly as many total yards (238) as the entire McMurry offense (239) to FIRST DOWN • Texas A&M-Commerce, Midwestern State, and Angelo State are receiving votes in the AFCA poll (Oct. 27). STANDINGS School LSC Overall Streak Texas A&M-Commerce 5-1 6-2 L1 Angelo State 4-2 5-2 W2 Midwestern State 4-2 5-2 W2 West Texas A&M 4-2 5-3 W1 Tarleton State 4-2 4-3 W3 Eastern New Mexico 2-4 4-4 L2 McMurry 1-5 2-5 L4 Texas A&M-Kingsville 0-6 1-7 L6 THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE Saturday, November 01, 2014 *McMurry at Texas A&M-Commerce, 4 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Eastern New Mexico, 7 p.m. *Midwestern State at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *Angelo State at Tarleton State, 7 p.m. All times are CST; * LSC game; ^ at AT&T Stadium LAST WEEK’S RESULTS * West Texas A&M 48, Texas A&M-Kingsville 21 * Angelo State 41, Eastern N.M. 20 * Midwestern State 40, A&M-Commerce 37 (OT) * Tarleton State 64, McMurry 7 WEEKLY AWARDS Offensive S-8 Tyrik Rollison, Texas A&M-Commerce S-15 Collin Strahan, Tarleton State S-22 Jake Glover, Midwestern State S-29 Jeremy Watson, West Texas A&M O-6 Kyle Washington, Angelo State O-13 E’lon Spight, Eastern New Mexico O-20 Collin Strahan, Tarleton State (2) O-27 Chauncey Harris, Midwestern State Defensive S-8 Decorian Johnson, McMurry S-15 Clayton Callicutt, Angelo State S-22 Tu’u Liu, Texas A&M-Commerce S-29 Daniel Laudermilk, Midwestern State O-6 Toni Pulu, Texas A&M-Commerce O-13 Carter James, West Texas A&M O-20 Cole Pitts, Texas A&M-Commerce O-27 Rush Seaver, Angelo State Special Teams S-8 Anthony Washington, Texas A&M-Kingsville S-15 Dominique Williams, Midwestern State S-22 Geremy Alridge-Mitchell, West Texas A&M S-29 Anthony Yancy, Angelo State O-6 Kevin Reaves, Eastern New Mexico O-13 Saul Martinez, Texas A&M-Commerce O-20 D’Maujeric Tucker, Eastern New Mexico O-27 Conner Hollabaugh, West Texas A&M Integrity | Tradition | Academic Excellence | LONE STAR CONFERENCE | Community | Respect | Commitment
  2. 2. LONE STAR CONFERENCE FOOTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE 2 AMERICAN FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION DIVISION II COACHES’ POLL October 27, 2014 # Team (1st votes) Rec. Pts Prev. 1. Minnesota St.-Mankato (26) 8-0 762 1 2. Minnesota-Duluth (2) 8-0 740 2 3. North Alabama (2) 7-0 714 3 4. Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.) 8-0 660 5 5. Ferris St. (Mich.) (1) 8-0 654 6 6. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 8-0 596 8 7. Pittsburg St. (Kan.) 7-1 553 9 8. Northwest Missouri St. 7-1 545 10 9. Colorado St.-Pueblo 7-1 495 12 10. Sioux Falls (S.D.) 8-0 487 14 11. Winston-Salem St. (N.C.) 7-1 384 15 12. Ohio Dominican 6-1 369 16 13. Ouachita Baptist (Ark.) 7-0 368 18 14. Henderson St. (Ark.) 7-1 317 4 15. Concord (W.Va.) 8-0 311 19 16. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 6-1 306 17 17. Harding (Ark.) 6-1 279 23 18. Colorado School of Mines 7-1 272 11 19. Delta St. (Miss.) 6-1 243 20 20. West Chester (Pa.) 7-1 238 7 21. Michigan Tech 6-1 188 13 22. Shepherd (W.Va.) 6-1 162 21 23. Ashland (Ohio) 7-1 135 24 24. Azusa Pacific (Calif.) 7-1 104 25 25. California (Pa.) 7-1 45 NR Dropped Out: Texas A&M-Commerce (22) Others Receiving Votes: Texas A&M-Commerce, 30; Indianapolis (Ind.), 28; Midwestern St. (Texas), 22; Valdosta St. (Ga.), 16; Humboldt St. (Calif.), 15; Central Missouri, 13; Central Oklahoma, 11; West Georgia, 6; Grand Valley St. (Mich.), 4; Angelo St. (Texas), 3. LSC IN 2014 AFCA RANKINGS WEEK ASU ENMU McM MSU AUG. 18 NR RV NR RV SEPT. 8 NR NR NR RV SEPT. 15 NR RV NR 23 SEPT. 22 NR NR NR 18 SEPT. 29 NR NR NR 16 OCT. 6 RV NR NR 25 OCT. 13 NR NR NR RV OCT. 20 NR NR NR RV OCT. 27 RV NR NR RV WEEK TSU A&M-C TAMUK WTAMU AUG. 18 17 NR NR 11 SEPT. 8 16 RV NR 22 SEPT. 15 12 RV NR NR SEPT. 22 RV RV NR NR SEPT. 29 NR RV NR NR OCT. 6 NR RV NR NR OCT. 13 NR 23 NR RV OCT. 20 NR 22 NR NR OCT. 27 NR RV NR NR go along with five total touchdowns. The Texan signal caller threw for 197 yards on 15-22 passing with three touchdowns and no turnovers. On the ground, the dual-threat QB amassed 41 yards on 10 carries with two touchdowns. He also converted a two-point conversion on the ground. Strahan has guided the Texans to three straight wins, which is now the longest in the conference, as well as 1,843 total yards of offense and 67.7 points per game. Vernon Johnson, Texas A&M University - Commerce, turned a career-game in the Lions overtime loss at Midwestern State. The senior receiver hauled in a career-high 11 catches for a career-high 180 yards including a 57-yard strike from quarterback Tyrik Rollison on the game’s third play for is lone TD of the game. Johnson leads the Lions in receptions and has turned in four 100-yard receiving games including three straight. Hunter Streuling, West Texas A&M University, tallied two interceptions against Texas A&M-Kingsville Saturday. It led to six points for the Buffs on a pair of field goals in points off turnovers. It was the first two interception game by a Buff this season and first since John McSheffery picked two last season at Midwestern State. Streuling had 10 total tackles for his second double-digit tackle game of the season with nine assisted stops. The two interceptions were the second and third of the season for him as he leads the team in INTs. Seth Bailey, Eastern New Mexico University, led a strong defensive effort by the Greyhounds which only allowed 252 yards of total offense to the Rams. Entering the game, Angelo State had averaged 507 yards per game. Eastern allowed just two third-down conversions in 11 attempts. One of Bailey’s tackles thwarted a fourth-and-one run by the Rams. Cameron Williams, Midwestern State University, pounced on a fumble midway through the fourth quarter to help Midwestern State overcome a 17-point deficit with 10 minutes to play to claim a 40-37 win over No. 22-ranked Texas A&M-Commerce Saturday night at Memorial Stadium. The senior defensive lineman from Giddings forced Ricky Collins to fumble the covered it at the A&M-Commerce 25-yard line to allow MSU to pull to within a single possession at 31-27 with 5:35 to play. Williams finished the game with seven tackles and was in on two tackles for loss and a sack. Davarus Shores, Texas A&M University - Commerce, was all over the field for the Lions. The usually reserve-roled linebacker who excels on special teams had to contribute on the defensive side Saturday for the Lions. He amassed six tackles including two solo stops. He was in the backfield accounting for one and a half tackles for loss and in the secondary batting down a team-high three passes. Shores leads the league and is fourth in the NCAA on block punts on the season. Devin Figures, Tarleton State University, scored the first defensive touchdown of the season for Tarleton State with a momentum-shifting 99-yard fumble return for a score. With Tarleton leading 21-7 with 4:51 left in the first half, McMurry was working on its best drive of the day – having going 69 yards on 14 plays in over six minutes – and was just one yard away from scoring and making it a one-possession game. When the Warhawk running back lost the handle trying to reach for the end zone, Figures was there to scoop up the loose ball and run it the length of the field for a touchdown to extend Tarleton’s lead to 27-7. After that drive, McMurry only managed two more first downs for the entire game. Figures’ fumble return is now the longest fumble return for a touchdown in school history, breaking Ken Jones’ previous record of 85 set against Sam Houston State on Oct. 9, 2003. Figures also had four tackles and one of four Tarleton interceptions on the afternoon. Figures was a part of the defense that kept McMurry in check to the tune of just 239 yards of total offense for the game. Kevin Reaves, Eastern New Mexico University, registered a 53-yard punt return in the fourth quarter at Angelo State, to set up a Greyhound drive start at the Ram’s 28-yard line. Eastern trailed 28-20 at the time. He also made four tackles in the game. Bubba Tandy, Tarleton State University, continued to give Tarleton a spark in special teams as the sophomore wide receiver returned six kicks for 119 total yards against McMurry last weekend. The bulk of Tandy’s yardage came in the punt-return game with 103 yards on five returns, including a 71-yard return. He also had one kickoff return for 16 yards. Anthony Yancy, Angelo State University, electrified the home crowd on Saturday night by recording his second career kickoff return for a touchdown. The Fresno, Calif., native took the kick at the 3-yard line and found a seam returning it for 97 yards. It is the senior’s second kickoff return touchdown of the year. He is currently tied for the NCAA Division II lead for return TD’s with two and leads the conference in return yards averaging 34.1 yards per game. Mitchell Henton, Midwestern State University, averaged 40.5 yards on six punts with a long of 55 yards while helping Midwestern State claim a 40-37 win over No. 22-ranked Texas A&M-commerce in overtime Saturday nigh at Memorial Stadium. The freshman from Lake Highlands High held the Lions without a return while placing one of his punts inside the 20-yard line. Henton leads the LSC with a 42.3 punting average. Chase Thrasher, Texas A&M University - Commerce, who turned in arguably one of the best performances of his career last week holding the then best kickoff return team in the country, West Texas A&M, at bay was again affective in limiting the MSU offense with poor field position. Thrasher punted four times for the Lions placing three inside the 20-yard line. He also had seven kickoffs with five touchbacks. LSC NOTES (Submitted by LSC SID’s) Angelo State The Rams moved to 5-2 overall and 4-2 in the LSC after beating ENMU 41-20 … Rush Seaver led all tacklers with 23 stops and helped limit the Greyhounds to just 110 yards of total offense in the second half … It was the first win over ENMU in San Angelo since 2010 … Jesse Hanson IV returned a fumble 49 yards for a touchdown for ASU’s second defensive touchdown of the season … Anthony Yancy recorded his second kickoff return for a touchdown after taking the kick 97 yards … The Rams forced three turnovers and made sacked the Greyhounds five times … Peter Marquez made field goals of 23 and 21 … Five different Rams recorded a sack … Kyle Washington hit Talon Smith for a 4-yard touchdown to extend his streak of 14-straight games with a touchdown pass … ASU will travel to Stephenville to face Tarleton State to close out the regular season at 7 p.m. on Saturday. Eastern New Mexico The Eastern New Mexico University football team registered a strong performance against Angelo State and limited the Rams to just 252 yards of total offense and a pair of third down conversions. The Rams, however scored 14 points off turnovers and returned a kickoff 97 yards to earn a 41-20 win over ENMU. E’lon Spight rushed for 196 yards on 40 carries. Spight leads the LSC in rushing and is the only player in the league with 1,000 rushing yards. This week, the Integrity | Tradition | Academic Excellence | LONE STAR CONFERENCE | Community | Respect | Commitment
  3. 3. LONE STAR CONFERENCE FOOTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE 3 Greyhounds will host West Texas A&M. McMurry * Tarleton State 64, McMurry 7 Midwestern State Midwestern State snapped Texas A&M-Commerce’s five-game winning streak with a stunning 40-37 overtime win Saturday night at Memorial Stadium... It was MSU’s first win against a nationally ranked opponent since beating No. 8 West Alabama 45-21 on Oct. 19, 2013 in Livingston... MSU has won seven of its last 10 games against nationally ranked opposition... Midwestern also defeated A&M-Commerce the last time the Lions were ranked by a 24-16 count on Sept. 22, 2001... The Mustangs have won three of the last four times it faced a ranked opponent as an unranked team including wins over No. 21 Newberry (24-10 in 2008), No. 16 Texas A&M-Kingsville (44-38 in 2011 and Saturday against No. 22-ranked Texas A&M-Commerce... MSU is 14-23 against nationally ranked opponents during the Bill Maskill era (2002-present)... The Mustangs improved to 17-10 in Homecoming contest including an 11-2 mark during the Maskill era... It was the third time MSU rallied from a 10-point deficit to win this season... Bill Maskill claimed his 100th win as Midwestern State’s head coach and is 100-39 since taking over the reins in 2002... Senior running back Chauncey Harris passed BeeJay Mathis (1,353 yards/2007-09) and Stephon Brockington (1,290 yards/1994-95) and is tied for 13th on MSU’s all-time rushing list with Ulysses Odoms (1,380 yards/2005-06)... Harris rushed for a season-high 169 yards and three touchdowns to account for the second best rushing day of his career. He ran for 232 yards against West Georgia in 2012... Harris was the third rusher to go over 100 yards this season for the Mustangs joining sophomore Dante Taylor (4 times) and redshirt-freshman Hagen Hutchinson (1 time)... Tarleton State Tarleton State won its third straight game Saturday with a 64-7 win over McMurry in the first meeting between the Texans and Warhawks since 1990. Tarleton won its 14th straight over McMurry dating back to 1984. The Texans topped 50 points in their third straight game for just the third time in school history, joining the 2001 team and the 1919 junior college squad. In addition to the win, Devin Figures also set the school record for the longest fumble return for a touchdown by taking a loose ball back 99 yards to the house and his fellow safety, Charles Moore, became the fifth Texan since 1961 and first since 2005 to grab three interceptions in a game. Clifton Rhodes III highlighted the day, however, by grabbing four catches for 82 yards and becoming the school’s leader in all-time receiving yards with 2,615 in his career. Tarleton will host Angelo State Saturday at 7 p.m. on Military Appreciation and Senior Day at Memorial Stadium. Texas A&M-Commerce The Lions enter the game at 284-209-12 in 505 LSC games ... At 5-1 in LSC play, the Lions guaranteed a themselves share of the LSC title ... The 21st in program history and first since 1990. - A win Saturday gives the Lions the outright LSC title for the 15th time ... The football program has now won at least one title under every name of the university. - The Lions retook the top spot as the NCAA’s best scoring offense averaging 49.6 points per game ... A&M-Commerce is also ranked third in passing offense at 376.3 yards per game and fourth in total offense at 521.9 yards per game ... On the defensive side, the team is ranked second in team tackles for a loss ... Saul Martinez leads the NCAA in field goals per game. - Tyrik Rollison is not only the league’s leader in passing yards per game at 345.9, but he is ranked sixth in the nation ... Rollison also finds himself leading the LSC in passing TDs, passing efficiency, completions per game and total offense. - Despite his stumble Saturday, Saul Martinez remains the best kicker in the LSC ... Martinez leads the NCAA in field goals made and ranked 13th in field goal percentage ... Martinez is also ranked seventh in the NCAA and is the LSC leader in scoring. - Defensively, A&M-Commerce boost the second best tackle for loss team in the NCAA with Toni Pulu leading way averaging two per game ... Pulu leads the LSC and is seventh in the NCAA ... Three other Lions are ranked in the top ten in the LSC in tackles for loss -- Cole Pitts, fifth, Ashton Dorsey, sixth, and Charles Woods, seventh. - Woods is the third leading tackler in the LSC and is ranked 13th in the NCAA averaging 11.9 per game. - In the secondary, Ronald Fields is the standard bearer in the LSC daring teams to throw his way ... Fields leads the conference in passes defended ... Fields has two INTs to his credit on the year. - As for receivers, the Lions have arguably the best duo in the league in Ricky Collins and Vernon Johnson ... Collins leads the lead in receiving yards, receiving yards per game and receiving TDs ... Johnson tops the conference in receptions per game. Texas A&M-Kingsville Shawn Vasquez continued to run the ball at will behind great protection by the offensive line, but despite leading all TAMUK players with 107 rushing yards, Texas A&M University-Kingsville (1-7, 0-6 LSC) fell victim to costly penalties as West Texas A&M University (5-3, 4-2 LSC) defeated the Javelinas, 48-21, on Saturday afternoon at Happy State Bank Field at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium. The Hogs outrushed the Buffaloes 301-196 but were tagged 99 yards on 11 penalties. WT took advantage of those miscues to keep steady in the jam-packed Lone Star Conference standings. West Texas A&M WT got back on the winning track with a 48-21 victory over Texas A&M-Kingsville Saturday on Senior Day... Prior to the game, the Buffs honored 14 seniors playing in their final regular season home game in a Buffalo Uniform...Junior running back Geremy Alridge-Mitchell tallied his sixth 100-yard rushing game and his fourth game of two touchdowns on the ground with 121 yards on 21 carries...He also had a career-high 73 yards receiving on four catches and a touchdown...Junior Xavier Amey earned his first start of the season and had one catch for 55 yards and a touchdown...Quarterback Preston Rabb went 20 of 30 for 296 yards three touchdowns and one interception...Sophomore kicker Conner Hollabaugh went 2 for 2 in field goals, including a career-high 55-yarder as time expired in the first half...He added a 38-yarder in the fourth quarter as he is 13 of 15 in field goals this season...Redshirt freshman Hunter Streuling tallied two interceptions against the Javelinas for the first two interception game by a Buff this season...It was the first two INT game by Buff since John McSheffery tallied two at Midwestern State last season...Streuling tallied his second double-digit tackle game this season with 10 total tackles and nine assisted stops...senior running back Venric Mark saw his first action since the second game of the season as he tallied 10 rushes for 88 yards...WT closes the LSC regular season next Saturday at Eastern New Mexico in the annual Wagon Wheel Game...The Buffs are tied for second in the league standings as Saturday’s game has huge LSC playoff implications. 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  4. 4. LONE STAR CONFERENCE FOOTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE 4 2014 Composite Schedule Thursday, September 04, 2014 East Texas Baptist at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m. West Texas A&M at Colorado State - Pueblo, 7 p.m. Saturday, September 06, 2014 Humboldt State at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. McMurry at Houston Baptist , 7 p.m. Eastern New Mexico at New Mexico Highlands , TBD Saturday, September 13, 2014 *Tarleton State at West Texas A&M, 6 p.m. Western State at Angelo State, 6 p.m. Texas A&M-Commerce at Stephen F. Austin, 6 p.m. Adams State at Eastern New Mexico, 7 p.m. Colorado Mesa at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. Missouri S&T at Midwestern State, 7 p.m. Saturday, September 20, 2014 *^Texas A&M-Kingsville vs. Texas A&M-Commerce, 10 a.m. ^Shorter vs. West Texas A&M, 1 p.m. ^Florida Tech vs. Tarleton State, 5 p.m. *McMurry at Angelo State, 7 p.m. *^Eastern New Mexico vs. Midwestern State, 8 p.m. Saturday, September 27, 2014 *Texas A&M-Commerce at Eastern New Mexico, 3 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at McMurry, 6 p.m. *Midwestern State at Tarleton State, 7 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Angelo State, 7 p.m. Saturday, October 04, 2014 *McMurry at West Texas A&M, 3 p.m. *Angelo State at Midwestern State, 7 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *Tarleton State at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m. Saturday, October 11, 2014 *Eastern New Mexico at McMurry, 2 p.m. *Midwestern State at West Texas A&M, 6 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at Tarleton State, 7 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at Angelo State, 7 p.m. Saturday, October 18, 2014 *Tarleton State at Eastern New Mexico, 6 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m. *Angelo State at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *McMurry at Midwestern State, 8 p.m. Saturday, October 25, 2014 *Tarleton State at McMurry, 2 p.m. *Texas A&M-Kingsville at West Texas A&M, 6 p.m. *Eastern New Mexico at Angelo State, 7 p.m. *Texas A&M-Commerce at Midwestern State, 7 p.m. Saturday, November 01, 2014 *McMurry at Texas A&M-Commerce, 4 p.m. *West Texas A&M at Eastern New Mexico, 7 p.m. *Midwestern State at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m. *Angelo State at Tarleton State, 7 p.m. Conference Playoffs (NOTE: Seeds 1-8 determined on regular season results) Saturday, November 08, 2014 Game #1: 4@1 Game #2: 3@2 Game #3: 8@5 Game #4: 7@6 Conference Playoffs Saturday, November 15, 2014 Game #5 - Championship Game: Winner G1 vs. Winner G2 (hosted by higher seed) Game #6 - Third-Place Game: Loser G1 vs. Loser G2 (hosted by higher seed) Game #7 - Fifth-Place Game: Winner G3 vs. Winner G4 (hosted by higher seed) Game #8 – Seventh-Place Game: Loser G3 vs. Loser G4 (hosted by higher seed) Saturday, November 22, 2014 NCAA Division II First Round Saturday, November 29, 2014 NCAA Division II Second Round Saturday, December 6, 2014 NCAA Division II Quarterfinals Heart of Texas Bowl (Copperas Cove, Texas), 7 p.m. Saturday, December 13, 2014 NCAA Division II Semifinals Saturday, December 20, 2013 NCAA Division II Championship (Kansas City, Kan.) * denotes conference game; ^ at AT&T Stadium Integrity | Tradition | Academic Excellence | LONE STAR CONFERENCE | Community | Respect | Commitment

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