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TRACK AND FIELD

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE TRACK AND FIELD ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
Competitions: February 16-17, 2018

MEN’S TRACK ATHLETE OF THE WEEK – Zach Richardson, Jr., UT-Tyler
The University of Texas at Tyler junior Zach Richardson (Waxahachie, Texas) set a new program-record in the 400 meters by running it in 48.94 seconds at the Texas A&M Aggie Twilight. He also ran the 200-meter dash in 22.25 seconds. Both marks lead the ASC, while the 400 time is 25th in the nation and fourth in the region.

MEN’S FIELD ATHLETE OF THE WEEK – Alex Hindman, Fr., LeTourneau
LeTourneau University freshman Alex Hindman (Seminole, Texas) earned his second Athlete of the Week award by clearing 4.78 meters (15 ft.-8.25 in.) in the pole vault at the Texas A&M Aggie Twilight. He took fourth at the meet against all NCAA Division I competition. Hindman’s height ranks 16th in NCAA Division III and leads the ASC and the South/Southeast Region.

WOMEN’S TRACK ATHLETE OF THE WEEK – Kearra Greer, Fr., Hardin-Simmons
Hardin-Simmons University freshman Kearra Greer (Everman, Texas) set Cowgirl school records in both the 60 meter and 200-meter dashes at the Texas Tech Matador Qualifier. She ran an 8.13 in the 60, which ranks second in the ASC and 14th in the NCAA South/Southeast Region. Her 200 time of 26.47 is third in the league in 23rd in the region.

WOMEN’S FIELD ATHLETE OF THE WEEK – Shamaujae Crockett, Jr., McMurry
McMurry junior Shamuajae Crockett (Houston, Texas) won her second Athlete of the Week award for her racking up 30 points for McMurry at the NCCAA Indoor National Championships in Cedarville, Ohio. She won the high jump by clearing 1.62 meters (5 ft.-3.75 in.), which leads the ASC is second in the region tied for 32nd in the nation. Crockett took fifth place in the long jump at 5.19 meters (17 ft.-.5 in.), good for second in the conference and eighth in the region. She was also a part of the 4×200 meter relay team that won the race and on the 4×400 relay that finished third.

OTHER TOP MEN’S PERFORMANCES
McMurry University senior Michael Brown (Oxnard, Calif.) finished third in the 400-meter dash with a time of 50.29 seconds at the NCCAA Indoor Championships in Cedarville, Ohio. His time in the 400 ranks eighth in the region.

Hardin-Simmons junior Brandon Sparks-Moffett (Richmond, Texas) set the school record in the 200 meters with a time of 22.66 seconds at the Texas Tech Matador Qualifier. He also ran the 60 meters in 7.17 seconds, a personal best. Sparks-Moffett ranks third in the ASC and 33rd in the region in the 200 and second in the league and 18th in the region in the 200.

McMurry freshman Tiyoshi Hopes (Abilene, Texas) placed second in the long jump and fifth in the high jump at the NCCAA Indoor National Championships. He had a long jump of 6.94 meters (22 ft.-9.25 in.), which leads the ASC, ranks 35th in the country and first in the region. His high jump of 2.00 meters (6 ft.-6.75 in.) ranked second in the ASC, tied for fourth in the region, and 36th in the country.

OTHER TOP WOMEN’S PERFORMANCES
UT Tyler senior Kaylee Prather (Elysian Fields, Texas) surpassed her previous school record in the long jump by leaping 5.44 meters (17 ft.-10.25 in.), placing second in at the Texas A&M Aggie Twilight. She also posted the fastest 60 meter dash time in the conference this season at 7.85 seconds, which ranks 28th in the country and sixth in the region.

Belhaven University junior Aliah McPhaul (Leesville, La.) finished as national champion in the shot put and the runner-up in the weight throw at the NCCAA Indoor National Championships in Cedarville, Ohio. She won the shot put with a throw of 12.72 meters (41 ft.-8.75 in.) and was second with a weight throw of 14.62 meters (47 ft.-11.75 in.).

 

SOFTBALL

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE SOFTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Games: February 13-18, 2018

HITTER OF THE WEEK – Ashley Perez, IF, Fr., UT-Tyler

The University of Texas at Tyler freshman infielder Ashley Perez (Pflugerville, Texas) started her collegiate career by driving in 12 runs and hitting .467 (7-of-15) with two home runs and three doubles for the No. 3 Patriots who went 5-0 in the first week of the season. Perez was 2-for-4 in the season-opener at Southwestern with two RBI and then produced four RBI in the second game of the doubleheader. On the road against McMurry, she started the three-game series by going 2-for-3 with two more RBI in the opener and then had her second four-RBI performance in the second game of the series when she hit a three-run home run in the first inning and then had another RBI on a walk later in the game.

PITCHER OF THE WEEK – Jorden Russell, RHP, Jr., Concordia Texas

Concordia University Texas junior right-handed hurler Jorden Russell (Leander, Texas) allowed only two hits over 12 innings of work while striking out 12 batters in two starts. In a losing decision against Schreiner, Russell would allow just two runs, both unearned. She would also let only one hit and strike out six Mountaineers. In a 14-0 run-rule win over Hardin-Simmons, Russell would pitch a complete game one-hitter. She would take a no-hitter one out into the fifth inning and struck out six Cowgirls.

PERFORMANCES AT THE PLATE

LeTourneau University freshman right fielder Jacie Gilbert (Orange, Texas) was a model of consistency for the YellowJackets on the opening weekend of ASC play, collecting a team-high seven hits and hitting .778 at the plate while not striking out once. The freshman started two games at the right field while playing in all three games and drove in three runs while scoring twice.

University of Mary Hardin-Baylor sophomore outfielder Linsey Tomlinson (Huffman, Texas) helped the Cru to a 3-2 week last week and a conference opening 2-1 series over LeTourneau. She went 9-for-17 (.368) at the plate, scoring eight runs on the week with four stolen bases. Of her nine hits, two were home runs, one was a triple, and one was a double. She also recorded five RBI in five games. Tomlinson recorded a .941 slug percentage on the week, scoring one run in every contest and getting hits in four.

Concordia Texas sophomore first baseman Summer Harper (Cypress, Texas) hit .500(8-of-16) from the plate in five games, including a three-game sweep. Harper would go 3-for-3 in the Tornados’ 6-5 win over Schreiner on Tuesday, hitting the go-ahead two-run home run in the fifth inning. Against Hardin-Simmons, she would score twice in a 13-0 win, and the last stanza drives in a score and another RBI.

University of the Ozarks freshman outfielder Brittney Dean (Rogers, Ark.) cranked out her first collegiate home run and drove in three runs in a setback against Sul Ross State. Dean went 3-for-4 in the game and totaled two doubles and two runs in the series. For the week, she hit .363 (4-for-11) with nine total bases and two runs.

Belhaven University senior third baseman Makayla Reed (Saraland, Ala.) played a vital role in the offensive production for the Blazers. She hit .667 (8-for-12) with six RBI, two doubles, three walks, and four runs scored.

PERFORMANCES IN THE CIRCLE

UT-Tyler junior left-handed pitcher Colleen Bentke (Brenham, Texas) opened the season by picking up two wins for the No. 3 Patriots in the circle. She started two games, including throwing a complete-game shutout in the opener at Southwestern and then taking another win in Abilene in the sweep of McMurry. For the week, Bentke was 2-0 with a 0.91 ERA and 16 strikeouts over the course of 15.1 dominant innings of work.

LeTourneau sophomore right-hander Julie Martinez (Troy, Texas) made two starts for the YellowJackets, throwing a total of 7.1 innings and allowing five runs (three earned) while striking out three with a 2.86 ERA against Mary Hardin-Baylor.

Sul Ross State University senior righty Jackie Gonzalez (El Paso, Texas) recorded a perfect 3-0 record and notched a save over a five-game spread last week. She worked 16.2 innings, giving up four earned runs for a 1.68 ERA and fanning 20 batters, helping the Lady Lobos start the year 5-0.

Mary Hardin-Baylor sophomore lefty CeCe Darilek (Shiner, Texas) pitched 20 innings for the Cru over the week with an ERA of 1.80. Darilek went a full six innings in UMHB’s 9-1 win over Southwestern, allowing one run on five hits. She followed that starting against LeTourneau in the Cru’s 9-4 win. Darilek started in the circle, pitching six innings with just three hits allowed. After 0.2 innings of relief pitching, Darilek re-entered the contest, walking one batter and getting the next four outs in order. She followed that with 7.2 innings of relief pitching against the Yellow Jackets, giving up just three earned runs. Darilek ended the week with eight strikeouts, allowing just four extra-base hits.

Belhaven senior right-hander Jordan Self (Lanett, Ala.) threw two complete games for the Blazers, going 2-0 with a 3.78 ERA and three strikeouts in 16.2 innings.

 

TENNIS

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE TENNIS PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Matches: February 13-18, 2018

WEST DIVISION WOMEN’S PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Kathy Joseph, So., UT Dallas

The University of Texas at Dallas sophomore Kathy Joseph (Williston, Vt.) quickly dispatched Whitworth’s Emma Jo Wiley 6-0, 6-0 at No. 2 singles as the Comets downed the Pirates 5-0 in a rain-shortened match.

EAST DIVISION WOMEN’S PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Elisa Kendall, So., East Texas Baptist

East Texas Baptist University sophomore Elisa Kendall (Houston, Texas) picked up the Tigers’ only point against NCAA Division II foe Dallas Baptist. She came back from being down 3-6 to win 6-3 and the tiebreaker 10-8 at No. 2 singles. It is the second Player of the Week honors in Kendall’s career.

WEST DIVISION MEN’S PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Hoanh Le, Jr., Concordia Texas

Concordia University Texas senior Hoanh Le (Phan Thiet, Vietnam) improved to 3-0 at No. 1 singles as he helped the Tornados to a 9-0 sweep against Texas Lutheran Saturday. He won 6-4, 6-0 at singles and teamed with Micah Austin to win at No. 1 doubles 8-5.

EAST DIVISION MEN’S PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Melle Van Duijn, So., Ozarks

University of the Ozarks sophomore Melle Van Duijn (Nelson, New Zealand) posted an undefeated record over the weekend in No. 1 singles and No. 3 doubles. Van Duijn defeated Nathan Kuykendall from John Brown University 6-2, 6-4 Saturday morning and then came back in the afternoon to top Kristian Lenser from Hendrix College 7-6, 0-6, 10-7. In No. 3 doubles, he teamed with Walker Murray to top Jordan Scroggins/Kumal Fulghem from John Brown 8-5. He and teammate Bryce Johnson won 8-4 over Robbie Kiss/Parker Work from Hendrix.

OTHER WOMEN’S PERFORMANCES

Concordia Texas sophomore Camille Kempf (San Antonio, Texas) picked up a pair of points in the Tornados’ 5-4 loss to Texas Lutheran. She earned a win at No. 4 singles, taking the match 6-2, 6-4. Kempf also earned an 8-0 victory at No. 3 doubles while teaming with Alexis Popovich.

OTHER MEN’S PERFORMANCES

East Texas Baptist junior Joseph Salinas (Deer Park, Texas) scored a point in the Tigers’ 7-2 loss to NCAA Division II member Dallas Baptist. He won No. 2 singles easily 6-4, 6-0. Salinas lost a close match at No. 3 doubles 8-6 to the Patriots.

 

MEN’S BASKETBALL

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE MEN’S BASKETBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Games: February 12-17, 2018

EAST DIVISION PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Caleb Loggins, Jr., F, LeTourneau
LeTourneau University junior forward Caleb Loggins (Lewisville, Texas) set a new career-high with 28 points in a 95-85 win at East Texas Baptist, playing 38 of the 40 minutes while also grabbing ten rebounds and blocking two shots. Loggins then made a big difference as the YellowJackets secured the ASC East Division Title outright with 21 points, eight rebound performance and blocking three shots as the YellowJackets overcame a 14-point halftime deficit to win in an overtime win at UT Dallas.

CO-WEST DIVISION PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Chris Barrett, So., G, Hardin-Simmons
Hardin-Simmons University sophomore guard Chris Barrett (Arlington, Texas) recorded the fourth triple-double of the season in the ASC with 14 points, 13 rebounds and ten assists as the Cowboys defeated crosstown rival, McMurry. He also tallied three steals and was 8-of-8 from the free throw line.

CO-WEST DIVISION PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Khyce Randall, Sr., G, Howard Payne
Howard Payne University senior guard Khyce Randall (Beaumont, Texas) averaged 32.5 points per game over two wins to secure the ASC West #4 spot for Howard Payne in the conference championship tournament. Randall scored a game-high 29 points with six rebounds in a win over Concordia Texas and then followed that up with a 36-point performance versus Mary Hardin-Baylor. Randall pulled down nine rebounds in that game and was 12 of 13 from the free-throw line to secure his fourth Player of the Week award of the season and seventh of his career.

OTHER TOP PERFORMANCES

EAST DIVISION
Louisiana College junior forward Devon Washington (Houston, Texas) averaged a double-double once again this week for the Wildcats with 21.0 points and 10.5 rebounds. He scored at almost a point a minute clip for the week and shot 66.7 percent from the field and 70.6 from the free throw line.

The University of Texas at Tyler sophomore guard Johnell Lane (Gonzales, La.) scored a career-high 26 points after knocking down six 3-pointers in the regular-season finale win over Louisiana College after dropping 25 against Belhaven last Thursday. Lane hit ten 3-pointers during the two-game span at a 40-percent pace. He finished the regular season averaging 13.6 points per game and leading the Patriots with 65 3-pointers.

The University of Texas at Dallas sophomore forward/center Hans Burwitz (Allen, Texas) averaged a double-double last week as the Comets split a pair of games against two of the top teams in the ASC East. Burwitz had 19 points and 15 rebounds Thursday night in UTD’s 107-100 overtime loss to division-winning LeTourneau. He then added 17 points, eight rebounds, and three blocked shots Saturday afternoon in an 86-82 home win over East Texas Baptist. Burwitz was 13-for-18 (72.2%) from the field and averaged 2.5 blocks per game during the week.

University of the Ozarks senior forward Dylan Gray (Siloam Springs, Ark.) made the most of his final game at Ozarks scoring 20 points against Belhaven. Gray finishes his career with 1,233 points, ninth most in program history. He also ranks third all-time in rebounding with 696.

East Texas Baptist University senior Jordan Gosey (Manor, Texas) recorded a double-double against LeTourneau with 22 points and ten rebounds. He then had 10 points and nine rebounds against UT Dallas. He shot .818 (9-11) from the floor versus LeTourneau.

WEST DIVISION
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor junior forward Brian Long (Killeen, Texas) averaged 17 points and 9.5 rebounds per game last week. He had a double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds as the Cru handed Sul Ross its first home loss of the season. He followed up with 15 points and eight boards as UMHB lost at the buzzer at Howard Payne. He shot 65 percent from the field and was a perfect 8-8 from the free-throw line.

Concordia University senior forward Ben Page (Cypress, Texas) nearly had back-to-back double-doubles as the Tornados suffered severe losses to Howard Payne and Sul Ross State. Against the Yellow Jackets, Page would score 12 points along with seven rebounds. He followed that up with a team-high 19 points and again seven rebounds.

 

 

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Games: February 12-17, 2018

CO-EAST DIVISION PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Brittany Johnson, Sr., G, UT-Tyler
The University of Texas at Tyler senior guard Brittany Johnson (Nacogdoches, Texas) scored a career-high 21 points after hitting five three-pointers in a win at Louisiana College after scoring 18 in the win over Belhaven. She averaged 19.5 points, 2.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.5 steals per game as the Patriots went 2-0.

CO-EAST DIVISION PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Raenett Hughes, Fr., G, UT Dallas
The University of Texas at Dallas freshman guard Raenett Hughes (College Station, Texas) averaged 18.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game as she sparked the No. 20 Comets to a 2-0 week to close out the regular season. Hughes had 16 points and seven boards Thursday in UTD’s 72-56 home win over LeTourneau. She then had 20 points, nine rebounds, and six assists Saturday afternoon in a 78-68 home in over East Texas Baptist. She was 16-for-25 (64%) from the field over the two games as UTD extended its winning streak to eight games.

WEST DIVISION PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Aubrie Elliott, Jr., F, Mary Hardin-Baylor
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor junior forward Aubrie Elliott (Midland, Texas) averaged 20.5 points and 7.5 rebounds per game over two victories last week. She shot 64 percent (16-of-25) from the field and 63 percent (5-of-8) from three-point range. Elliott had a double-double with 23 points and 11 rebounds in the win at Sul Ross State and followed with an 18-point performance at Howard Payne. Her play helped the Cru women clinch the ASC West Division title and tie the school Division III era record for single-season wins.

OTHER TOP PERFORMANCES

EAST DIVISION
Louisiana College senior guard Kourtney McGhee (Simmesport, La.) averaged 10.5 points, 7.0 rebounds, 4.5 assists, and 2.0 steals in the Wildcats final two games of the season.

Belhaven University senior guard Kelsey Brown (Greenwood, Miss.) led the offensive attack for the Blazers, averaging 19.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game.

LeTourneau University sophomore Alexandria Thorne (Flint, Texas) had one of her best shooting weeks of the year, serving as a bright spot for the YellowJackets despite LETU going 0-2 to close out the 2017-18 season. She averaged 16.0 points and 5.5 rebounds per game while shooting 50 percent (13-of-26) from the field and 46.2 percent (6-of-13) from outside.

East Texas Baptist University sophomore forward Kim Childress (Highlands Ranch, Colo.) had a career game against UT Dallas in the only match she played this week. She put in 32 points, shooting 57.9 percent (11-of-19) from the floor.

University of the Ozarks freshman guard Kamryn McKinney (Sallisaw, Okla.) averaged 14.0 points and shot 50 percent from the field over two games. McKinney also averaged 5.0 rebounds per game and drilled 3-of-6 from the three-point line.

WEST DIVISION
Concordia University Texas junior guard Mercedes Ellison (Victoria, Texas) averaged 15 points a game for the Tornados as they went 1-1 during the week. Ellison would score 18 and grab seven rebounds in a tough 73-69 loss on Thursday. She would follow it up with a 12-point, four-rebound performance in the team’s 60-44 win over Sul Ross State.

Hardin-Simmons University senior guard Danie Mabry (Winnsboro, Texas) helped the Cowgirls receive a berth to the ASC Championship Tournament with 17 points, seven rebounds and three steals on a senior day.

Howard Payne University junior guard Valarie Matlock (Azle, Texas) led the Lady Jackets for the week averaging 15.5 points per game and 5.5 rebounds along with grabbing nine steals over two games. Matlock had a near double-double versus Mary Hardin-Baylor with 15 points, nine rebounds, and six steals.

 

RICHARDSON, Texas – The University of Texas at Dallas won the East Division title and earned the right to host the 2018 American Southwest Conference Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament. The 2018 event will be played Thursday through Saturday, February 22-24, at the UTD Activity Center in Richardson, Texas.

The quarterfinals are Thursday, February 22, and the semifinals will be Friday, February 23. Game five will tip at 5:00 p.m. and six is a 7:30 p.m. start time. The championship game will begin at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, February 24.

Concordia University Texas (14-11), the No. 3 seed from the West Divison, will tip-off the tournament against the No. 2 seed from the East, The University of Texas at Tyler (17-8), at noon Thursday. The Tornados will make their seventh consecutive appearance, while the Patriots will appear for the sixth straight season and eighth overall.

The second quarterfinal will see the No. 4 seed from the East, Louisiana College (14-10) take on West Division leader University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (21-4) at 2:30 p.m. The Wildcats are making their 11th appearance in the ASC Championship Tournament. They were the runner-ups in 2017. The Cru claimed the West Division crown for just the second time in program history, the first time was in 2010, and are making their 14th appearance.

East Texas Baptist University (19-6), the No. 3 team from the East will tussle with No. 2 West’s Howard Payne University (15-10) at 5 p.m. The Tigers return to the tournament for the ninth time and program history and the first since 2016. The Lady Jackets, who were the runner-up in 2016, are making their 16th appearance overall and 15th in a row.

UT Dallas (22-3) will host Hardin-Simmons University (6-19), the No. 4 seed from the West in the final quarterfinal game at 7:30 p.m. HSU is making their ASC-record 18th appearance in the tournament. The Comets will make their 12th straight trip to the ASC Tournament and will host for the first time. UTD won the ASC Championship in 2013, 2015 and 2017.

The 2018 ASC Championship Tournament is the 20th women’s basketball postseason tournament dating back to 1999. The winner of the competition is the ASC champion and earns an automatic berth in the NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Championship.

2017 ASC Championship
Quarterfinals: Thursday, February 22
Game 1: (E2) UT Tyler vs. (W3) Concordia Texas, 12:00 p.m.
Game 2: (W1) Mary Hardin-Baylor vs. (E4) Louisiana College, 2:30 p.m.
Game 3: (W2) Howard Payne vs. (E3) East Texas Baptist, 5:00 p.m.
Game 4: (E1) UT Dallas vs. (W4) Hardin-Simmons, 7:30 p.m.

Semifinals: Friday, February 23
Game 5: Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2, 5:00 p.m.
Game 6: Winner Game 3 vs. Winner Game 4, 7:30 p.m.

Championship: Saturday, February 24
Game 7: Winner Game 5 vs. Winner Game 6, 6:00 p.m.

 

MEN’S BASKETBALL

RICHARDSON, Texas – Sul Ross State University won the West Division title and earned the right to host the 2018 American Southwest Conference Men’s Basketball Championship Tournament. The 2018 event will be played Thursday through Saturday, February 22-24, at the Gallego Center in Alpine, Texas.

The quarterfinals are Thursday, February 22, and the semifinals will be Friday, February 23. Game five will tip at 5:00 p.m. and the sixth game is a 7:30 p.m. start time. The championship game begins at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, February 24.

East Texas Baptist University (19-6), the No. 3 seed from the East Division, will take on the No. 2 team from the West University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (17-8) to open the quarterfinals at noon Thursday. The Tigers are making their 12th trip to the tournament overall and their fifth straight. The Cru continue their ASC-leading streak to 18 consecutive conference tournaments.

The West’s No. 4 Howard Payne University (11-14) will face East Division champion LeTourneau University (22-3) at 2:30 p.m. The Yellow Jackets of HPU are making their fifth trip to the tournament and first since 2015. The YellowJackets, last year’s runner-up in the competition, are making their sixth appearance.

Concordia University Texas (15-10), are making their 11th trip to the tournament in the last 12 seasons after earning the No. 3 seed from the West. They will match up with University of Texas at Dallas (18-7), the No. 2 seed from the East at 5 p.m. The Comets enter the tournament for the 15th straight season.

The final quarterfinal will be at 7:30 p.m. and features West Champion Sul Ross State (19-6) and the No. 4 seed from the East, The University of Texas at Tyler (17-8). The Lobos are hosting the ASC Championship for the third time (2004, 2016) and appearing in the tournament for the 10th time. The Patriots enter the competition for the eighth time in program history.

The 2018 ASC Championship Tournament is the 20th men’s basketball postseason tournament dating back to 1999. The winner of the competition is the ASC champion and earns an automatic berth in the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Championship.

2018 ASC Championship

Quarterfinals: Thursday, February 22

Game 1: (W2) Mary Hardin-Baylor vs. (E3) East Texas Baptist, 12:00 p.m.
Game 2: (E1) LeTourneau vs. (E4) Howard Payne, 2:30 p.m.
Game 3: (E2) UT Dallas vs. (W3) Concordia Texas, 5:00 p.m.
Game 4: (W1) Sul Ross State vs. (E4) UT Tyler, 7:30 p.m.

Semifinals: Friday, February 23

Game 5: Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2, 5:00 p.m.
Game 6: Winner Game 3 vs. Winner Game 4, 7:30 p.m.

Championship: Saturday, February 24

Game 7: Winner Game 5 vs. Winner Game 6, 6:00 p.m.

Cody Usher
Assistant Commissioner
American Southwest Conference