LSC Baseball Weekly Release (05/09/16)

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Information about LSC Baseball Weekly Release (05/09/16)

Published on May 9, 2016

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1. Integrity | Tradition | Academic Excellence | LONE STAR CONFERENCE | Community | Respect | Commitment LSC BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP The top four Lone Star Conference baseball teams will meet in San Angelo, Texas, May 12-14, for the annual LSC Baseball Championship. Angelo State won its third LSC title with a 25-10 league record and is the top seed and host. Texas A&M-Kingsville is the No. 2 seed, while West Texas A&M is the third seed, and Cameron fourth. The double-elimination event begins on Thursday and concludes on Saturday. The event will take place at Foster Field at 1st Community Credit Union Stadium. All the games will be streamed live free of charge through the LSC’s GameCentral portal (http://portal. In addition to supporting desktop and laptop computers, GameCentral’s responsive design will support mobile devices as well (iPad, iPhones, Android). LSC BASEBALL LSC baseball teams are 159-137 overall this season. In the NCAA South Central Region, the teams are currently 21-11 combined versus Heartland Conference teams and 8-4 against the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. PLAYERS OF THE WEEK HITTER Jake Fuller, West Texas A&M University, SR, INF, Littleton, Colo., Columbine HS Fuller had a huge weekend for the Buffs as he hit .556 in three games against #18 Texas A&M-Kingsville. Fuller drove in four runs on 5 of 9 from the plate with two doubles, one home run and five RBI, while slugging 1.111 and reaching base at a .600 clip. He was a perfect 2 for 2 in stolen bases and had a clean sheet in nine attempts in the field with four putouts at shortstop and was in on three double plays. He currently has an eight-game on base streak which is tied for second longest on the team. PITCHER Luke Wiechec, West Texas A&M University, SR, RHP, Mountain View, Calif., Los Altos HS Wiechec pitched a gem of a game on Senior Day in the Buffs’ 12-1, run-rule win over #18/22 Texas A&M- Kingsville on Saturday. Wiechec went all seven innings, allowing five hits, one earned run, walked two and fanned nine as the Javelinas hit just .208 against him. He allowed one extra-base hit in the game, a double. Wiechec improved to 3-2 on the year as it was his first start since Apr. 23 and his nine-strikeouts was a WT career-high for him. OTHER TOP PERFORMERS Nate Hale, Cameron University, scored 10 of CU’s 45 runs at Eastern New Mexico last weekend and batted .462 in the leadoff spot. The Cameron senior had a .529 on-base percentage with seven RBI, and drew two walks. In game one, Hale reached base in each of his at-bats, with three runs scored, and then reached base in his first two at-bats. Hale leads the LSC with 36 walks and has a league high 53 runs scored. Alec Humphreys, Tarleton State University, hit .364 in three games for Tarleton this weekend, going 4-for-11 at the dish with three runs scored, one home run, and one RBI. He boasted a slugging percentage of .636 and an on-base percentage of .462. Trevor Renfro, Tarleton State University, continued his record-setting senior season at Tarleton while throwing his seventh consecutive complete game with 7.2 innings of work against Angelo State. The senior right-hander had an ERA of 1.17 after allowing just one earned run to the Rams Saturday. NOTES (Submitted by LSC SID’s) Angelo State 3-0 last week. Cameron 3-0 last week. Eastern New Mexico 0-3 last week. Tarleton State Tarleton dropped all three games at Angelo State last weekend to finish the season with a 20-28 record. Texas A&M-Kingsville 2-1 last week. West Texas A&M The West Texas A&M baseball team finished the regular season 1-2 against #18/22 Texas A&M-Kingsville, but kept the Javelinas from a share of the Lone Star Conference crown with a 12-1, run-rule win in the finale on Saturday...WT finished the regular season 33-17 and 21-14 in Lone Star Conference play and is the No. STANDINGS School LSC Pct. Overall Strk Angelo State 25-10 0.714 32-18 W4 Texas A&M-Kingsville 24-11 0.686 34-15 L1 West Texas A&M 21-14 0.600 33-17 W1 Cameron 18-17 0.514 30-19 W3 Tarleton State 14-21 0.400 20-28 L4 Eastern New Mexico 3-32 0.086 10-40 L16 SCHEDULE Thursday, May 12, 2016 Game 1: #2 Texas A&M-Kingsville vs. #3 West Texas A&M, 3 p.m. Game 2: #1 Angelo State vs. #4 Cameron, 7 p.m. Friday, May 13, 2016 Game 3: Winner of Game 1 vs. Winner of Game 2, 12 p.m. Game 4: Loser of Game 1 vs. Loser of Game 2, 3:30 p.m. Game 5: Loser of Game 3 vs. Winner of Game 4, 7 p.m. Saturday, May 7, 2016 Game 6: Winner of Game 3 vs. Winner of Game 5, 1 p.m. Game 7 (If Necessary): 4 p.m. All times are CST; *denotes LSC game LAST WEEK’S RESULTS Complete results at WEEKLY AWARDS Date Hitter F-9 Bronson Pulgados, Cameron F-16 Stacy Heinatz, Tarleton State F-23 Tyler McKinzie, Cameron M-1 Dalton Perry, Texas A&M-Kingsville M-8 Trace Hansen, West Texas A&M M-15 Steven Pinales, Angelo State M-22 Christian Caudle, Texas A&M-Kingsville M-29 Pablo Hernandez, Texas A&M-Kingsville A-5 Jake Hasbrouck, Tarleton State A-12 Matt Waller, Angelo State A-19 Hayden Vesely, Texas A&M-Kingsville A-26 Cody Knight, Cameron Sam Kohler, Angelo State M-3 Nick Champan, West Texas A&M M-9 Jake Fuller, West Texas A&M Date Pitcher F-9 Trevor Renfro, Tarleton State F-16 Brooks Trujillo, West Texas A&M F-23 Justin McAllister, West Texas A&M M-1 Austin Moore, West Texas A&M M-8 Sebi Palacios, Texas A&M-Kingsville Austin Moore, West Texas A&M (2) M-15 Paxton DeLaGarza, Angelo State M-22 Justin McAllister, West Texas A&M (2) M-29 Austin Moore, West Texas A&M (3) A-5 Preston Plovanich, Texas A&M-Kingsville A-12 Bryce Zak, Angelo State Trevor Renfro, Tarleton State (2) A-19 Bryan Belote, Cameron Hayden Vesely, Texas A&M-Kingsville A-26 Trevor Renfro, Tarleton State (3) M-3 Bryan Belote, Cameron (2) M-9 Luke Wiechec, West Texas A&M LONE STAR CONFERENCE BASEBALL WEEKLY RELEASE | MAY 9, 2016 Contact: Melanie Robotham | Assistant Commissioner | Office: 972-234-0033 x. 103 | E-mail: | | Twitter: @LoneStarConf

2. LONE STAR CONFERENCE BASEBALL WEEKLY RELEASE Page 2 Integrity | Tradition | Academic Excellence | LONE STAR CONFERENCE | Community | Respect | Commitment 3-seed in the upcoming Lone Star Conference Championship to be held at Angelo State (LSC Regular Season Champion) this week as the Buffs will battle Texas A&M-Kingsville again in the 2-3 matchup on Thursday... WT tallied its fourth-straight season of 30-plus wins, fifth under WT head coach Matt Vanderburg and eighth in school history this season...The 21 conference wins ranks second-most in school-history...The series saw a combined 11 home runs hit between the two teams and nine on Saturday with WT junior Hunter Henderson hitting two in the 12-1, run-rule win in the finale...Seniors Jake Fuller and Josh Day each had one as well...Prior to Saturday’s doubleheader, the Buffs honored 13 seniors playing in their final regular season games in a WT uniform at Wilder Park...David Wilder, who has naming rights on the stadium, threw out the first pitch prior to the doubleheader...For the series, WT hit .366 on 34 of 93, recording 12 doubles, two triples, four home runs, drove in 26 and scored 26 runs...The team slugged .667 and reached base at a .431 clip...The staff was led by senior Luke Wiechec who was masterful in the finale, as he went all seven innings, allowing five hits, one earned run, walked two and fanned a career-high nine Javelinas as TAMUK hit just .208 against him...TAMUK hit .333 for the series on 32 of 96 with five doubles and seven home runs, while driving in 22 and scoring 24 runs... WT senior Trace Hansen was one of two LSC student-athletes named to the CoSIDA Academic All-Region team announced Friday...WT is 8-14 all-time in the LSC Baseball Championship. The Buffs went 1-2 in 1994, 3-2 in 1995, 0-2 in 2006, 0-2 in 2012, 1-2 in 2013 and 2-2 in 2014 with a runner-up finish and 1-2 last season...The last two baseball championships were held in Kingsville with WT eliminating TAMUK each year on its home field...In 2013, the championship as held in Canyon as part of the LSC Spring Festival as TAMUK won the championship... Tarleton State won the tournament title in 2014 over WT and Angelo State won in 2015. B A S E B A L L LSC BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP MAY 12-13-14 | SAN ANGELO, TEXAS

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