Lion men wrap up Jack Brown Memorial in sixth place.
LAREDO – The Texas A&M University-Commerce men’s golf team completed the Jack Brown Memorial hosted by Texas A&M International University in sixth place after Tuesday’s final round.
The Lions completed the tournament with a 54-hole score of 892 (294-294-304) and stayed steady in the team standings from Monday’s opening rounds.
Joe Wolcik (Cleveland – Tarkington) placed seventh in the tournament at 1-under par 215 (70-70-75). He carded an eagle on the 612-yard, par-5 17th hole as well as three birdies in the final round.
Zach Burch (Lubbock – Cooper) was 24th on the leaderboard at 223 (+7, 77-72-74), notching a team-best five birdies in a 2-over par round Tuesday.
Alex Welch (League City – Clear Springs) placed 33rd at 10-over par 226 (76-75-75), Landon Davis (Forney) was 44th at 17-over par 233 (72-81-80), and Chance Mulligan (Dallas – Bishop Dunne) was 47th at 19-over par 235 (76-77-82).
The Jack Brown Memorial was the first of five regular-season events in the spring semester for the Lions. The team is away from competition until March 9-10 at the LCU Chap Classic in Lubbock.
|8.||UT Permian Basin||296||291||309||896||+32|
|10.||Tex. A&M Int’l||307||306||291||904||+40|
|12.||Northwestern Oklahoma State||309||307||312||928||+64|
Lions hold at No. 4 in WBCA poll after a superb weekend.
COMMERCE – The Texas A&M University-Commerce women’s basketball team is the fourth-ranked team in the nation in this week’s Women’s Basketball Coaches Association poll, as announced Tuesday. The Lions have been nationally ranked 16 times in the WBCA poll, seven weeks in a row from 2007-08, and now nine weeks in a row this season. The Lions are also ranked No. 3 in the Division II Sports Information Directors of America poll.
The Lions are coming off of an undefeated week for the 11th week in a row, picking up a pair home wins. The Lions began the week with a win over No. 8 Lubbock Christian, who is ranked ninth this week. The Lions then defeated Angelo State on Saturday.
The Lions are one of three LSC teams in the national rankings and the highest-ranked team in the LSC. Lubbock Christian is now ranked ninth, while West Texas A&M is No. 16. A&M-Commerce is one of the three undefeated teams remaining in Division II. They rank in the top 25 in several categories, including first in win percentage, sixth in scoring margin, 10th in scoring defense, 8th in turnover margin, 12th in rebounding margin, and 17th in steals per game.
The No. 4 Lions return to the court on Saturday as they host UT Tyler at 2:00 pm at the Field House.WBCA Coaches’ Poll – February 4, 2020 (Poll 11)
|3||Grand Valley State (20-1)||514||0||3|
|5||Indiana (PA) (20-1)||467||0||5|
|6||Lee (TN) (20-1)||453||0||6|
|7||Hawaii Pacific (20-1)||437||0||7|
|8||Alaska Anchorage (21-2)||400||0||9|
|9||Lubbock Christian (17-3)||343||0||8|
|13||Sioux Falls (20-3)||279||0||15|
|14||Virginia Union (16-3)||244||0||10|
|15||Azusa Pacific (16-3)||214||0||17|
|16||West Texas A&M (20-3)||208||0||19|
|17||North Georgia (17-3)||190||0||11|
|18||Central Missouri (17-3)||182||0||22|
|19||Anderson (SC) (17-3)||171||0||20|
|21||Colorado Mesa (18-3)||104||0||25|
|23||Fort Hays State (16-4)||68||0||16|
|24||Kentucky Wesleyan (21-1)||61||0||NR|
|25||University of the Sciences (18-3)||60||0||NR|
2019-20 D2SIDA Women’s Basketball Week 10 National Poll (Feb. 4, 2020)
|Rk.||School (First-Place Votes)||W-L||Pts.||Prev.|
|10||West Texas A&M||20-3||245||13|
|20||UC San Diego||17-4||96||RV|