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Lions battle back to defeat Cameron 93-89 in overtime in first round of LSC Tournament.

FRISCO– The Texas A&M University-Commerce women’s basketball team defeated Cameron University 93-89 in overtime on Thursday afternoon in the quarterfinal round of the Lone Star Conference Championship. The Lions battled back from 12 down going into the fourth quarter to take the game to overtime and eventually win.

The win brings the Lions to 18-11 on the season, and they advance to the semifinals of the LSC Tournament. The Aggies fall to 13-16 on the season, and that eliminated them from tournament play.

The Lions will play in the LSC semifinal game on Saturday at Noon. They will play the winner of the West Texas A&M and Midwestern State game. All games in the LSC Tournament will be at Dr. Pepper Arena in Frisco.

– Brianna Wise led the Lions with 28 points. She went 14-of-18 from the free throw line. She also had six rebounds and five assists and had a steal with 13 seconds left in overtime to preserve the Lion win.
– Princess Davis finished with 27 points, 21 of which came in the second half and overtime period. She hit four threes in the game, including the three to give the Lions the lead for good in overtime. She played a team-high 43 minutes.
– Artaejah Gay finished with 14 points, all of them coming in the fourth quarter and overtime. She was in foul trouble for most of the game but was a clutch scorer in the paint down the stretch.
– Melanie Ransom scored 10 points in the contest.
– Jasmyn Eckerman made two timely free throws late in the fourth quarter to help the Lions force overtime.
– The Lions attempted 50 free throws in the game, a program record.
– The Aggies shot 50 percent from the field and shot 63 percent from three after three quarters. They shot 56 percent from deep during the game.
– The Lions caused 22 CU turnovers and had a +12 margin in turnovers.
– The Lions are now 3-0 over Cameron at the Lone Star Conference Tournament.

The Lions were the first on the board before the Aggies scored eight points in a row to take an early lead. Wise got into the paint early for the Lions, scoring three consecutive buckets give the Lions back the lead with three minutes left in the quarter. The Aggies finished the quarter on a 10-1 run to take an 18-10 lead into the second quarter.

Wise was aggressive to start the second quarter. She scored a sturdy bucket in the paint and then drew a foul to score four consecutive points for the Lions. Davis then hit a three to cut the Aggie lead to just one after two minutes in the quarter.

The Aggies continued to shoot well in the second quarter, pushing their lead back up to nine points at the midway mark of the quarter. The Lions struggled from the foul line in the quarter and were held scoreless for more than three minutes late in half. CU capitalized to take a double-digit lead late. Wise hit a bucket in the paint plus drew a foul and two late free throws from Eckerman sent the Lions into halftime trailing 35-25. Wise led all scorers with 15 points in the first half, shooting 60 percent from the field. The Lions struggled from the foul line, shooting 50 percent in the first half. The Aggies shot 52 percent from the field and 50 percent from three in the first half.

Davis hit a sturdy bucket in the paint and also drew a foul early in the third quarter. She also pulled another foul to score the first four points of the half for the Lions. The Aggies continued their hot shooting from deep in the third quarter, pushing their lead to 14 points. The Lions continued to score, but the Aggies matched them point for point, keeping their lead at 14 through much of the quarter. Davis hit a late basket, plus drew a foul, cutting the deficit to 62-50 at the end of the third quarter.

The Lions cut the Aggie lead to five points early in the fourth quarter, starting the quarter on a 9-2 run. Ransom hit a jumper, and Wise also hit a shot inside. Ransom hit a three to cut the lead to five. Price then hit a layup on a fast break to cut the Aggie lead to just three points with seven minutes left. The Aggies brought their lead back up to five before Gay hit a bucket in the lane to bring the edge down to three again. Gay hit another jumper with four minutes left to tie the game at 70 apiece.

The Aggies scored the next two buckets before a three from Davis brought the lead down to one point with two minutes to play. After a Cameron free throw, Gay hit another jumper to tie the game again. Gay caught fire late in the game to help push the Lions along. Three late Lion free throws tied the game at 80-all with 38 seconds left. After a quick Cameron bucket, Wise drew a foul to again tie the game, this time at 82. The Lions drew an offensive foul with eight seconds left and had the chance to win the game, but a three-hit off the rim and the game went into overtime.

Gay hit an early bucket in overtime to give the Lions their first lead since the first quarter. Cameron then took the lead on a jumper of their own. Trailing by two, it was Davis who found space, knocking in the triple to give the Lions back the lead. The Lions would not trail again in the game. Gay continued her strong push late, hitting two free throws. The Aggies cut the Lion lead to one point and after a missed Lion shot, the Aggies once again had the ball with a chance to gain the lead. Wise came up with a steal, and she was fouled, making both foul shots. The Aggies missed their final shot, and the Lions ran out the clock.



Wise earns First-Team nod, and three Lions win All-Conference honors.

FRISCO– The Texas A&M University-Commerce women’s basketball team picked up multiple awards at the annual Lone Star Conference Championship Banquet on Wednesday.

Brianna Wise was named First Team All-LSC, the eighth player in program history to receive the distinction and the first since the 2013-14 season. They named Artaejah Gay Second Team All-LSC, and Princess Davis was named Third Team All-LSC.

Wise– a senior from Desoto– was a scoring threat night in and night out for the Lions and was a jack-of-all-trades on the defensive end. She played in all 28 games for the Lions, taking on the role as sixth-man for much of the season. She finished the regular season as the second-leading scorer in the conference, averaging 16.4 points per game. She upped her average to 18.0 points per game in conference games, which tied for the best in the league. She was named LSC Offensive Player of the Week three times during the season, the only player in the league to do so. She had 12 games with 20 points or more and scored in double figures in 20 different games, including a career-high 30 against Eastern New Mexico, where she set a school record with 19 free throws made.

Wise shot 42 percent from the field, 36 percent from three and 78 percent from the free throw line. She got to the line 190 times during the season and made 148 free throws, which was the seventh most in Division II this season and the third most in a single season in program history. She was second on the team with 59 assists and 167 rebounds as well. Wise was also active on the defensive end, leading the team with 22 blocks and also nabbing 35 steals. She finished in the top 10 in the LSC in blocks and the top 20 in steals. It is the second All-LSC award for Wise in her A&M-Commerce career.

Gay– a senior from Cedar Hill– was sixth in the LSC and second on the team in scoring, averaging 14.3 points per game to go along with 5.7 rebounds per contest. She was third in the LSC in field goal percentage, shooting 44 percent from the field. She scored in double figures in 19 of her 24 games played and had two double-doubles. Gay moved into third place in school history in scoring and field goals made and fourth in blocked shots. She is also in the top 10 in program history in rebounds, minutes and games played. It is the second consecutive year they named her Second Team All-LSC, and it is the third All-Conference selection of her career.

Davis– a redshirt junior from Shreveport, La.– responded with an injury-shortened the 2016-17 season to once again command the Lion offense and defense. She played in and started all 28 regular season games for the Lions. Davis finished tied for third in the LSC in assists and was sixth in minutes played per game. She was also 11th in scoring, averaging a career-high 12.4 points per game. Davis scored in double figures 15 times, including a career-high 31 points against Cameron. She also had eight games with at least five assists. She also ranked 10th in the LSC in steals. Davis moved into third place in program history in assists and games started and reached the 2,500-minute mark of her career. It is the second All-Conference selection of her career.

Wise, Gay, Davis and the Lions are the third seed in the LSC Tournament and will play against sixth-seed Cameron in the first round. The game will be played at 12 p.m. at Dr. Pepper Arena in Frisco. The winner will advance to the semifinal round of the tournament, which will be Saturday. The LSC Championship game will be Sunday.


Player  Team  Pos.  Year  Hometown
 Marquita Daniels  Angelo State  G  Sr.  Atlanta, Georgia
 Jamie Bonnarens  Cameron  F  So.  Cache, Oklahoma
 Mackenzie Hailey  Tarleton State  F  So.  Burleson, Texas
 Brianna Wise  Texas A&M-Commerce  F  Sr.  Desoto, Texas
 Lexy Hightower  West Texas A&M  G  So.  Amarillo, Texas


 Player  Team  Pos.  Year  Hometown
 De’Anira Moore  Angelo State  C  So.  Allen, Texas
 Dezirae Hampton  Angelo State  G  Jr.  Arlington, Texas
 Mikaehla Connor  Eastern New Mexico  G  Sr.  Dallas, Texas
 Artaejah Gay  Texas A&M-Commerce  F  Sr.  Cedar Hill, Texas
 Madison Parker  West Texas A&M  F  Sr.  Canyon, Texas


 Player  Team  Pos.  Year  Hometown
 Daeshi McCants  Eastern New Mexico  F  Sr.  Las Cruces, New Mexico
 Katie Webster  Tarleton State  F  Jr.  Rockwall, Texas
 McKinley Bostad  Tarleton State  G  Jr.  Kennedale, Texas
 Princess Davis  Texas A&M-Commerce  G  Jr.  Shreveport, Louisiana
 Alexis Nezianya  Texas Woman’s  C  Sr.  Carrolton, Texas


 Player  Team  Pos.  Year  Hometown
 Ekiya Gray  Angelo State  F  Sr.  Houston, Texas
 Lejha Smith  Cameron  C  Jr.  Fort Lauderdale, Florida
 Parfitt McNair  Cameron  G  Jr.  Lawton, Oklahoma
 Whitney Taylor  Midwestern State  G  Sr.  Melissa, Texas
 Micheline Mercelita  Midwestern State  F  Sr.  Edinburg, Texas
 Angelica Wilson  Texas A&M-Kingsville  C  Sr.  San Diego, California
 Khali Pippins-Tryon  UT Permian Basin  G  Jr.  Dallas, Texas
 Deleyah Harris  West Texas A&M  G  Jr.  Omaha, Nebraska
 Tiana Parker  West Texas A&M  C  Jr.  Chehalis, Washington
 Ciara Fields  Western New Mexico  F  Jr.  El Paso, Texas

Player of the Year:  Marquita Daniels, Angelo State
Defensive Player of the Year:  De’Anira Moore, Angelo State
Newcomer of the Year:  Marquita Daniels, Angelo State
Freshman of the Year:  Kaylee Edgemon, Eastern New Mexico
Coach of the Year:  Kristen Mattio, West Texas A&M


 Player  Team  Pos.  Year  Hometown
 De’Anira Moore  Angelo State  C  So.  Allen, Texas
 Marquita Daniels  Angelo State  G  Sr.  Atlanta, Georgia
 Lejha Smith  Cameron  C  Jr.  Fort Lauderdale, Florida
 Mackenzie Hailey  Tarleton State  F  So.  Burleson, Texas
 Tiana Parker  West Texas A&M  C  Jr.  Chehalis, Washington


 Player  School  Year  Position  Major  Hometown
 Keanna Kelly  Angelo State  Grad  Guard  Interdisciplinary Studies  Mansfield, Texas
 Jamie Bonnarens  Cameron  So.  Forward  Chemistry  Cache, Oklahoma
 Mikaehla Connor  Eastern New Mexico  Sr.  Guard  Biology  Dallas, Texas
 Kristin Rydell  Midwestern State  Sr.  Guard  Nursing  Hutto, Texas
 Lexy Hightower  West Texas A&M  So.  Guard  Broadcasting/Elec. Media  Amarillo, Texas

LSC Academic Player of the Year:  Kristin Rydell, Midwestern State




Reid named LSC Newcomer of the Year and first-team all-LSC; Rooks earns second-team all-LSC.

FRISCO – The Texas A&M University-Commerce men’s basketball team had two student-athletes with All-Lone Star Conference honors at the league’s annual basketball awards banquet Wednesday.

Reggie Reid earned first-team All-LSC honors and was named the league’s Newcomer of the Year, while Willie Rooks earned second-team All-LSC honors.

Reid transferred to A&M-Commerce this season from Florida Gulf Coast and immediately made an impact on the landscape of the LSC, leading the Lions to the top 10 at one point in the season. He is the sixth Lion to win LSC Newcomer of the Year since they inaugurated the award in 2004.

Entering this weekend’s Lone Star Conference Championship, Reid ranks fourth in the conference in assists at 4.3 assists per game, fifth in scoring at 16.1 points per game, fifth in steals at 1.5 steals per game, sixth in shooting percentage at 44.4 percent, and seventh in free throw percentage at 79.6 percent. He averaged 4.8 assists per game in LSC contests, which ranks second in the league and his 659 minutes played in LSC games leads the conference. His 35 points at Western New Mexico tied for the most points scored in an LSC game this season.

Rooks’ playmaking ability in his first season after transferring from Coastal Bend College earned his all-conference accolade. His 35 points in the stunning comeback effort at West Texas A&M tied with Reid for the most points scored in an LSC game this season.

Rooks ranks second in the conference in three-point shooting percentage at 38.8 percent and sixth in the league in scoring at 16.0 points per game. He averaged 16.4 points per game in LSC play, making 2.9 three-pointers per game.

The Lions start their LSC Championship run as the fourth seed, taking on fifth seed Angelo State at 6 p.m. Friday at Dr. Pepper Arena in Frisco.


Player Team Pos. Year Hometown
Reggie Reid A&M-Commerce G Jr. Harlem, Georgia
Daeshon Francis UT Permian Basin G Sr. Indianapolis, Ind.
Josh Morris UT Permian Basin C Sr. Newark, N.J.
David Chavlovich West Texas A&M G Sr. Arlington, Texas
Ryan Quaid West Texas A&M F Jr. Fort Collins, Colo.


Player Team Pos. Year Hometown
Brandon Neel Midwestern State G Sr. Cincinnati, Ohio
Josh Hawley Tarleton State F So. Irving, Texas
Corinthian Ramsey Tarleton State G Jr. Arlington, Texas
Willie Rooks A&M-Commerce G Jr. Houston, Texas
Sammy Allen UT Permian Basin F Sr. Oakland, Calif.
Jordan Evans West Texas A&M G Sr. Houston, Texas


Player Team Pos. Year Hometown
Ja’Michael Brown Angelo State G Jr. Raceland, La.
Brandon Williams Angelo State F Sr. Houston, Texas
JV Long Cameron G Sr. Arlington, Texas
Deshawn Riddick Tarleton State G Sr. Austin, Texas
James McPherson UT Permian Basin G Sr. Ann Arbor, Mich.


James Kirksey Angelo State G Jr. Chester, Pa.
Lamarquis Thompson Eastern New Mexico G Sr. Houston, Texas
Zach Parker Eastern New Mexico G Jr. Biloxi, Miss.
Devante Pullum Midwestern State G Sr. Little Elm, Texas
Trey Sumpter Texas A&M-Kingsville F Sr. Birmingham, Ala.
Gaige Prim West Texas A&M F Sr. Chicago, Ill.
Willie McCray Western New Mexico F Jr. Indianapolis, Ind.

Player of the Year: Daeshon Francis, UT Permian Basin
Defensive Player of the Year: Sammy Allen, UT Permian Basin
Newcomer of the Year: Reggie Reid, A&M-Commerce
Freshman of the Year: Gaige Prim, West Texas A&M
Coach of the Year: Tom Brown, West Texas A&M


Player Team Pos. Year Hometown
Devante Pullum Midwestern State G Sr. Little Elm, Texas
Josh Hawley Tarleton State F So. Irving, Texas
Robert Stevenson Texas A&M-Kingsville C Jr. Houston, Texas
Sammy Allen UT Permian Basin F Sr. Oakland, Calif.
Ryan Quaid West Texas A&M F Jr. Fort Collins, Colo.


Player School Year Position Major Hometown
Josh Morris UT Permian Basin Sr. Forward Criminology Newark, N.J.
Sammy Allen UT Permian Basin Sr. Guard Criminology Oakland, Calif.
Ryan Quaid West Texas A&M Jr. Guard Accounting Fort Collins, Colo.
Rylan Gerber West Texas A&M Grad Guard Sports & Exercise Science Dumas, Texas
Alex Gonzalez-Alvarez Western New Mexico So. Guard Mathematics Madrid, Spain

LSC Academic Player of the Year:  Ryan Quaid, West Texas A&M

Men’s Basketball rises to fifth in final Regional Rankings before Selection Sunday.

INDIANAPOLIS– The Texas A&M University-Commerce men’s basketball team is ranked fifth in the final edition of the 2017-18 NCAA South Central Regional rankings. The South Central Region consists of the Lone Star, Heartland, and Rocky Mountain Athletic conferences. The rankings were released on Wednesday by the NCAA.

A&M-Commerce is one of five teams from the Lone Star Conference in the rankings. West Texas A&M is ranked first followed by UT Permian Basin in second, Tarleton State in ninth, and Angelo State in tenth. The tournament champions of the LSC, HC, and RMAC, as well as five at-large teams, will advance to the NCAA Division II Basketball Championship, with the South Central Regional hosted by the team that finishes the season in the No. 1 spot. The regional tournament is set to begin on March 10.

The Lions have wins over West Texas A&M, UT Permian Basin, Angelo State, and Tarleton State. Five of the Lions’ seven losses this season have come to teams in the rankings. The Lions were the biggest mover in this week’s ranking, jumping from eighth to fifth.

The Lions are currently 20-7 with a conference record of 12-6. The Lions are the fourth seed in the Lone Star Conference Championship, which will begin for A&M-Commerce on Friday, March 2, at 6 p.m., when the Lions take on fifth-seeded Angelo State at Dr. Pepper Arena in Frisco.

NCAA DII South Central Region Rankings
as of February 28, 2018

Pl School D-II In-Reg
1 West Texas A&M 22-3 20-3
2 UT Permian Basin 19-5 19-5
3 Arkansas-Fort Smith 21-4 20-4
4 Fort Lewis 19-5 19-5
5 A&M-COMMERCE 17-7 17-7
6 Regis 22-5 21-5
7 Dallas Baptist 18-5 18-5
8 Colorado School of Mines 19-7 19-7
9 Tarleton State 14-10 14-8
10 Angelo State 14-10 14-10




Lion track qualifies 17 entries for NCAA Division II Championships.

INDIANAPOLIS – The Texas A&M University-Commerce, indoor track and field teams, have qualified 17 entries to the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships, as announced by the NCAA on Tuesday. The Lion men have qualified ten individuals and a relay, while the Lion women have qualified five individuals and a relay.

The Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships will be Friday, March 9, and Saturday, March 10, in Pittsburg, Kan., at Pittsburg State University’s Harvey Dean Track at the Robert W. Plaster Center.

The 11 total entries for the Lion men are the fifth-most in the field behind Colorado School of Mines (17), Tiffin (16), Adams State (14), and Grand Valley State (12). The Lions are ranked fourth nationally in the USTFCCCA computer rankings.

Four Lions – two women and two men – are qualified for three entries apiece. On the women’s team, Kamryn McKee will participate in the 200-meter dash, 400-meter dash, and the 4×400 meter relay, while Minna Svaerd will participate in the 400-meter dash, the pole vault, and the 4×400 meter relay. On the men’s side, Jude Christine and Rashard Clark will each compete in the 200-meter, the 400-meter dash, and the 4×400 meter relay.

The Lion men bring the top qualifying mark in the nation to three events. The 4×400 meter relay team of Christine, Dedrian Windham, D’Lance Sharp, and Clark qualified with a time of 3:10.70 – the 11th-best time in Division II history. 2016 indoor triple jump National Champion DeVontae Steele qualified with a mark of 16.03m (52-7 ¾), which is nearly a foot and a half further than the next closest. The 2017 outdoor decathlon National Champion Florian Obst brings in a scored of 5,494 to the indoor heptathlon, which is the 12th-best in Division II history.

Christine has the third-fastest qualifying time in both the 200 meters (21.24 seconds) and the 400 meters (47.09 seconds). Clark has the second-fastest 400-meter time at 46.54 seconds. The Lion men qualified three runners to both the 200 meters (Christine, Clark, and Sharp) and the 400 meters (Christine, Clark, and Windham).

Dorian Andrews will compete in the men’s 60-meter hurdles, while Julia Seigerroth will compete in the women’s 60-meter hurdles. Hudson Hall will compete in the men’s pole vault. McKee and Svaerd are joined on the women’s relay team by Ro’Nishia Simpson and Joy Spann.


10 a.m. – Men’s Hepathlon – Florian Obst
2:30 p.m. – Men’s 60m Hurdles Prelims – Dorian Andrews
2:45 p.m. – Women’s 60m Hurdles Prelims – Julia Seigerroth
3:30 p.m. – Women’s Pole Vault – Minna Svaerd
4 p.m. – Men’s 400m Prelims – Jude Christine, Rashard Clark, Dedrian Windham
4:20 p.m. – Women’s 400m Prelims – Kamryn McKee, Minna Svaerd
5:15 p.m. – Men’s 200m Prelims – Jude Christine, Rashard Clark, D’Lance Sharp
5:35 p.m. – Women’s 200m Prelims – Kamryn McKee

Noon – Men’s Heptathlon finishes – Florian Obst
4 p.m. – Men’s Pole Vault – Hudson Hall
5 p.m. – Men’s 60m Hurdles Finals – Dorian Andrews
5:10 p.m. – Women’s 60m Hurdles Finals – Julia Seigerroth
6 p.m. – Men’s 400m Finals – Jude Christine, Rashard Clark, Dedrian Windham
6:10 p.m. – Women’s 400m Finals – Kamryn McKee, Minna Svaerd
6:15 p.m. – Men’s Triple Jump – DeVontae Steele
6:45 p.m. – Men’s 200m Finals – Jude Christine, Rashard Clark, D’Lance Sharp
6:55 p.m. – Women’s 200m Finals – Kamryn McKee
7:45 p.m. – Men’s 4x400m Relay – Jude Christine, Dedrian Windham, D’Lance Sharp, Rashard Clark
8 p.m. – Women’s 4x400m Relay – Ro’Nishia Simpson, Joy Spann, Minna Svaerd, Kamryn McKee



Softball climbs to No. 21 in latest NFCA rankings.

LOUISVILLE, Ky.– The Texas A&M University-Commerce softball team is now ranked No. 21 in the country in the National Fastpitch Coaches Association rankings as announced Wednesday. The Lions were tied at No. 25 last week in their first-ever national ranking.

The No. 21 Lions swept their series against Missouri Southern State last week, scoring 28 runs over three games with a .505 team on-base percentage. The Lions are currently riding a 10-game winning streak, which ties the best win streak in program history. The team is 13-1 overall, with their only loss of the season coming to No. 3 Colorado Mesa.

A&M-Commerce is one of four Lone Star Conference teams in the rankings. Angelo State is ranked No. 5, and West Texas A&M is ranked No. 9 with Cameron ranked No. 18.

A&M-Commerce is 3-0 in the LSC standings and will now face the No. 18 Cameron Aggies in a three-game road series to resume conference play. The teams will meet in a single game on Friday at 2 p.m. followed by a doubleheader matchup beginning at 1 p.m. on Saturday. All games will be at McMahon Field in Lawton, Okla.

2018 NFCA Division II Top 25 Coaches Poll – Feb . 28 (Week 2) 

 RANK  TEAM (First Place)  TOTALS  Record  Last Poll
 1  Minnesota State  398  9-0  1
 2  North Georgia  384  21-0  2
 3  Colorado Mesa  360  12-0  3
 4  Dixie State  357  15-0  4
 5  Angelo State  328  17-1  5
 6  West Virginia Wesleyan  320  0-0  6
 7  Chico State  307  17-0  8
 8  Saint Leo  282  12-3  t-10
 9 West Texas A&M  257  11-1  t-10
 10 Harding  256  6-1  12
 11  North Alabama  229  10-2  13
 12  Southern Arkansas  202  10-2  7
 13  Southern Indiana  184  5-3  9
 14  West Florida  161  9-5  17
 15  Lenoir-Rhyne  159  11-4  14
 16  Sonoma State  144  13-5  NR
 17  Palm Beach Atlantic  143  10-2  18
 18  Cameron  112  14-3  21
 19  Winona State  107  7-2  19
 20  Concordia Irvine  79  7-4  16
 21 A&M-COMMERCE  68  12-1   t-25
 22  Merrimack  64  5-1   22
 23  Valdosta State  60  14-4   20
 24  Saginaw Valley State  53  2-0   RV
 25  Queens (N.C.)  50  15-2   NR


Mariah Jameyson named LSC Hitter of the Week after monster performances.

RICHARDSON– The Lone Star Conference named Texas A&M University-Commerce catcher Mariah Jameyson Hitter of the Week, as announced Tuesday by the conference office. It is the third time in four weeks a Lion has won the award.

Jameyson– a senior from Seattle, Wash.– was a hitting machine last week for the Lions, hitting .833 with a .909 on-base percentage and a 2.333 slugging percentage. She had 10 RBIs and 14 total bases on five hits. She tied an LSC record with three home runs in the Lions’ first win over Missouri Southern State, driving in eight runs in the contest, including a walk-off grand slam. In her next two games, pitchers tried to avoid Jameyson. She still had an RBI single in each of the final two games of the series and drew five walks. She reached base on 10 of her 11 plate appearances. With her three homers, she became the all-time leader in home runs in program history. Jameyson is sixth in the LSC in hitting percentage, seventh in homers and is leading the LSC in RBIs per game.

Jameyson and the No. 25 Lions are 13-1 so far this season and are riding a 10-game winning streak, which ties the longest streak in school history. The Lions are 3-0 in conference play and will next face conference foe Cameron on the road in a three-game series. The teams will play in a single game on Friday at 2:00 p.m. and then a double-header on Saturday beginning at 1:00 p.m. All games will be at McMahon Field in Lawton, Okla.