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Hot-shooting Lions earn an 81-68 victory over Cameron in the home finale.

COMMERCE – The Texas A&M University-Commerce used an excellent offensive performance to earn an 81-68 win over Cameron University in the Field House on Thursday evening. 

The Lions move to 7-6 overall in the Lone Star Conference with the victory, while Cameron is now 1-15. 

The two teams will meet again on Saturday at 4:30 pm in Cameron’s Aggie Gym in the regular-season finale. 


– The Lions connected on 55.2 percent (32-of-59) of their shots from the floor, including a sparkling second half where they made 17-of-29 (58.6 percent) of their field goals and 54.5 percent (6-of-11) of their three-pointers.

– JJ Romer Rosario (Hialeah Gardens, Fla.) led the Lions with 19 points on 8-of-10 shooting. He was 3-for-3 on three-pointers and added five rebounds.

– Augustine Ene (Carrollton – Creekview) scored 15 points with four rebounds and four assists, going 6-of-7 from the floor.

– Rodney Brown (Beaumont – West Brook) and Demarcus Demonia (Fort Washington, Md.) eas scored 10 points, with Brown leading the team with eight boards.

– Carson Tuttle (Mukilteo, Wash.) passed out nine assists.

– The Lions committed only seven personal fouls in the game and had a 41-31 rebounding edge. 



After conceding the opening basket, the Lions scored ten straight points, spreading the scoring across four starters, with Ene and Tuttle each scoring three and Demonia and Brown notching buckets. Cameron calmed the run down and got the game back to single digits, even tying the contest at the 4:24 mark. 

From there, the Lions ended the half on a 10-0 run, including a pair of Romer Rosario three-pointers. Cameron missed its final seven attempts of the half, and the Lions took a 38-28 lead into the dressing room. 

The Lions used strong interior defense in the second half to keep Cameron from making a two-pointer for nearly eight minutes. Demonia had a pair of thunderous dunks, and Romer Rosario’s three-pointer at the 7:52 mark gave the Lions their largest lead of the game at 68-47. 

A brief Cameron rally cut the lead to 12 points, but the Lions could hold off the Aggies thanks to a Tuttle three-pointer and five points across the final 2:41.

The No. 7 Lions return to action this weekend to host No. 3 Augustana and St. Mary’s in a double round-robin.

COMMERCE – After two weeks of games scrapped by poor weather, the seventh-ranked Texas A&M University-Commerce softball team returns to the diamond this weekend, hosting a portion of the Irwin Classic. 

The No. 7 Lions will hosts defending champion from 2020 – No. 3 Augustana – and St. Mary’s in a double round-robin on Friday and Saturday. 

RECORDS: A&M-Commerce is 3-1, Augustana has not played yet this season, and St. Mary’s is 2-4.

LIVE VIDEO: LSC Digital Network

LIVE STATSDirect Link 



1:00 pm – Augustana at A&M-Commerce

3:30 pm – St. Mary’s at A&M-Commerce

6:00 pm – St. Mary’s vs. Augustana



11:00 am – Augustana vs. St. Mary’s

1:30 pm – Augustana at A&M-Commerce

4:00 pm – St. Mary’s at A&M-Commerce 

About the Lions

The Lions enter the weekend holding a 3-1 record and are ranked No. 7 in the NFCA poll. A&M-Commerce is hitting .343 as a team and has a 1.38 team earned run average. 

Madison Schaefer leads the team with a .636 batting average to rank second in the Lone Star Conference, while Samantha Dutton ranks seventh in the LSC with a .556 average. Kinsie Hebler’s .643 on-base percentage and seven walks rank third in the conference. 

Alyssa LeBlanc has a 3-0 record in the circle with a no-hitter and leads the LSC with a 0.00 ERA and a .089 opponents’ batting average, allowing only four hits in three appearances. 

About the Vikings

Augustana opens its season ranked No. 3 in the nation and is still defending national champions after the 2020 season was cut short. The Vikings are coming off a 16-3 2020 campaign and are on a seven-game winning streak. 

All-American Ashley Mickschl leads the Vikings in the circle, also the NSIC Preseason Pitcher of the Year. Mickschl twirled 72.1 innings in 2020 and tallied a 1.87 ERA while collecting 11 of the Vikings wins. In the batter’s box, Kendall Cornick was tabbed as the Vikings’ Preseason Player to Watch after hitting .365 with 18 runs scored and 14 RBI. 

Mary Pardo was the Vikings’ top run producer last season, totaling 19 RBI, much in thanks to a team-best eight doubles and four home runs. She hit .348 while starting all 19 games. 

About St. Mary’s

The Rattlers are 2-4 overall with wins over Tabor College, first a 10-2, five-inning affair, then an 8-0, run-rule contest. St. Mary’s was tabbed ninth earlier this season in the Lone Star Conference. 

Amber Gonzales owns the top batting average on the team at .429. Alex Moreno has tallied a pair of home runs in the six contests. Three different pitchers have started two games, while Alex McLennan and Julia Cruz each own one of the two victories this season. McLennan has the most innings pitched at 17.2 and owns a 0.4 ERA.

First Team

Athlete School YearPointsEvent winner
Johnathon HarperTexas A&M-KingsvilleSR22Heptathlon, Pole Vault
Peniel RichardWest Texas A&MJR20Long Jump, Triple Jump
Benjamin AzamatiWest Texas A&MSO2060 meters, 200 meters
Ezekiel KipchirchirWest Texas A&MSR203000 meters, 5000 meters
Innocent MurwanashyakaWest Texas A&MJR19
Butare RugenerwaWest Texas A&MJR16.5Mile, Distance Medley Relay
Tyrin LewisWest Texas A&MSR16
Trayveon Franklin A&M-COMMERCEJR 16
Lamarion Arnold A&M-COMMERCESR15.54×400 Relay
Nicodemus Rotich A&M-COMMERCESO 14.5
Trpimir SirokiAngelo StateJR14
Taylor ChaneyTexas A&M-KingsvilleFR11.5400 meters
Jahmaal WilsonWest Texas A&MSO1160 hurdles
Ayman ZahafiTexas A&M-KingsvilleJR10800 meters
Decio AndradeAngelo StateJR10Weight Throw
Marco ArevaloTexas A&M-KingsvilleJR10Shot Put
Ushan PereraA&M-COMMERCEFR10High Jump
Arnaud TakiWest Texas A&MSR10.5Distance Medley Relay
Malick DiopWest Texas A&MSO6.5Distance Medley Relay
Ian ColbertA&M-COMMERCESR5.54×400 Relay
Calvin AllenWest Texas A&MSO4.5Distance Medley Relay
Gage MarshallA&M-COMMERCEFR2.54×400 Relay
Conner StockerlA&M-COMMERCEFR2.54×400 Relay

Second Team

Athlete School YearPoints
Micky Ferdinand A&M-COMMERCEJR13
Ray DixonWest Texas A&MJR11
Jorge RiosTexas A&M-KingsvilleSR11
Creed GoodeAngelo StateJR10
Alex SamplesOklahoma ChristianFR10
Nicholas EllisorAngelo StateSR10
Owen PearceOklahoma ChristianFR10
Diego PettorossiAngelo StateJR10
Briggs WittlakeWest Texas A&MSR10
Dean WallaceTexas A&M-KingsvilleJR10
Hank Lemons A&M-COMMERCESO 8
Canon AndrewsAngelo StateSR8
Alex RodriguezUT TylerFR8
Desmond AryeeWest Texas A&MSO8
Emmett SealsAngelo StateJR8
Jacobee JonesAngelo StateSO8
Jelte van AttenOklahoma ChristianSO7
Dylan BurrowsOklahoma ChristianSO7
Kevin RomanAngelo StateSO4
Camden MillerOklahoma ChristianSO2

Third Team

Jared GilleyDBUSR7.25
Axcel SantanaAngelo StateJR6
Loic RossignaudCameronSO6
Matthew HahnDBUSR6
Dorian AndrewsA&M-COMMERCEJR6
Guillaume DevriesWest Texas A&MSR6
Loic RodriguesWest Texas A&MFR6
Joshua SchutterA&M-COMMERCEFR3.5
Cooper MillerA&M-COMMERCESO1.5
Axel PaolucciA&M-COMMERCEFR1.5
Johnny DavilaTexas A&M-KingsvilleJR1.5
Mikel EscobarTexas A&M-KingsvilleJR1.5
Joseph SwiercTexas A&M-KingsvilleSR1.5

Outstanding Female Track Athlete: Florance Uwajeneza, West Texas A&M
Outstanding Female Field Athlete: Antonija Radic, Angelo State
Women’s Track & Field Coach of the Year: Matt Stewart, West Texas A&M

First Team

Athlete School YearPointsEvent winner
Florance UwajenezaWest Texas A&MJR32.53000-, 5000-meters, Mile, Distance Medley Relay
Summer GrubbsUT TylerJR28200 meters, 60 hurdles
Antonija RadicAngelo StateJR24High Jump
Minna Sveard A&M-COMMERCESR 22.5400 meters, Pole Vault, 4×400 Relay
Taylor NellomsWest Texas A&MSO22Triple Jump
Leah BelfieldWest Texas A&MSO1860 meters
Zada SwoopesWest Texas A&MSR18Shot Put
Elliot HarrisonWest Texas A&MFR18
Eleonora CurtabbiWest Texas A&MSO16.5Distance Medley Relay
Madison BrownDBUSO16
Raquel ChavezWest Texas A&MFR15.5800 meters, Distance Medley Relay
Miriam ZanovelloWest Texas A&MSO15Long Jump
Sara RamosAngelo StateJR10Weight Throw
Johanna StegmaierAngelo StateSO10Pentathlon
Nyia SenaWest Texas A&MJR7.5Distance Medley Relay
Atiana AlexanderA&M-COMMERCEJR7.54×400 Relay
Danielle Nicholson A&M-COMMERCESO5.54×400 Relay
Dejanee Washington A&M-COMMERCEFR34×400 Relay

Second Team

Athlete School YearPoints
DeOndra GreenWest Texas A&MFR12
Karlea DuhonAngelo StateJR11
Analynne KlotzDBUJR10
Kenya BaileyOklahoma ChristianJR10
Mia Van OudsthoornAngelo StateJR10
Shiean WaltersAngelo StateSO10
Laiten GreesonWest Texas A&MSO10
Alana WilsonWest Texas A&MFR9
Daphne PateWest Texas A&MSO9
Keeley Norris A&M-COMMERCESO 9
MyKaela AlfredUT TylerJR8
Flore GraciaWest Texas A&MJR8
Kimberly OrtolonTexas A&M-KingsvilleSO8
Taylor RobersonTexas A&M-KingsvilleSR8
Paris MorrisonDBUFR7
Zykia McDanielAngelo StateSO6
Sarah PorterAngelo StateJR4
Mia RoyDBUFR3.25
Drew WarrenDBUJR2
Genevie RiveraAngelo StateJR2

Third Team

Athlete School YearPoints
Breanna DespanieTexas A&M-KingsvilleFR7.5
Abby ZamzowAngelo StateSO7
Payton DuesingOklahoma ChristianJR6.25
Raeana MayoAngelo StateJR6
Joey ZimmermanWest Texas A&MFR6
Luisa NeumannWest Texas A&MFR6
Shadaria Hall A&M-COMMERCE FR 6
Katryna HernandezTexas A&M-KingsvilleFR6
Katie TillMidwestern StateSR6
Iniuto Ukpong A&M-COMMERCESR 6
Rylee CristanDBUJR6
Larissa SanchezTexas A&M-KingsvilleSR4.25
Jezell ShowsTexas A&M-KingsvilleFR3.5
Madelyn MerrellLubbock ChristianFR2.5
Sydney JonesLubbock ChristianFR2.5
Sophia RamirezTexas A&M-KingsvilleFR2.25
Chloe TrullLubbock ChristianFR1.5
Andrea SanchezLubbock ChristianSR1.5

20 Lions earn indoor all-LSC honors

RICHARDSON – The Texas A&M University-Commerce, track and field program had 20 student-athletes earn all-Lone Star Conference honors at last weekend’s LSC Indoor Track and Field Championships, with 13 men and seven women earning recognition. 

The all-conference first team includes event winners, including all winning relay teams and athletes scoring 14 or more points. The second team has all second-place relay teams and athletes scoring 8-13.9 points, and the third team is all members of third-place relay teams and athletes scoring 6-7.9 points.  

Trayveon Franklin (Montgomery) was the top scorer for the men, leading seven first-team all-LSC honorees. He scored 16 points with runner-up finishes in both the long jump and the triple jump. Lamarion Arnold (Montgomery, Ala.) was right behind him with 15.5 points for a runner-up finish in the 200-meter dash, fourth place in the 60-meter dash, and a member of the winning 4×400 meter relay team. He was with Ian Colbert (Frisco – Heritage), Gage Marshall (Windsor, Ontario, Canada), and Conner Stockerl (The Woodlands). 

Nicodemus Rotich (Eldoret, Kenya) scored 14.5 points with a runner-up finish in the mile and a fourth-place finish in the 5,000 meters, and Ushan Perera (Mahabage, Kenya) claimed first-team all-LSC with his outstanding gold medal performance in the high jump. 

On the women’s side, Minna Svaerd (Karlstad, Sweden) earned the first team all-LSC indoor honors for the fourth consecutive year with 22.5 points. She earned gold medals in the 400 meters, the pole vault, and anchoring the 4×400 meter relay with Atiana Alexander (San Antonio – Taft), Danielle Nicholson (McKinney – North), and Dejanee Washington (Houston – Eisenhower). 

The second-team honorees for the men were Micky Ferdinand (Micoud, St. Lucia), with a runner-up finish in the high jump and a fourth-place finish in the pole vault for 13 points. Also, Hank Lemons (Sanger) with a bronze medal in the long jump and seventh-place finish in the triple jump for eight points. 

Keeley Norris (Texarkana – Liberty-Eylau) was a second-team honoree for the women with fifth place in the long jump, sixth place in the triple jump, and seventh place in the high jump for nine points. 

Third team honorees for the men were Dorian Andrews (Dallas – Skyline), Joshua Schutter (Sachse), Cooper Miller (Big Spring), and Axel Paolucci (Lyon, France). Third team honorees for the women were Shadaria Hall (Mansfield – Lake Ridge) and Iniuto Ukpong (Mansfield – Summit). 



Outstanding Male Track Athlete: Benjamin Azamati, West Texas A&M

Outstanding Male Field Athlete: Johnathon Harper, Texas A&M-Kingsville

Men’s Track & Field Coach of the Year: Matt Stewart, West Texas A&M