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LONE STAR CONFERENCE FOOTBALL
WEEKLY RELEASE | OCTOBER 12, 2015

Contact: Melanie Robotham | Assistant Commissioner | Office: 972-234-0033 x. 103 |
E-mail: [email protected] | www.lonestarconference.org | Twitter: @LoneStarConf #LSCfb

LSC FOOTBALL

Midwestern State and Texas A&M-Commerce remain tied atop the Lone Star Conference standings with perfect
4-0 league marks. This week’s league action includes A&M-C at West Texas A&M, Eastern New Mexico at
Tarleton State, and Texas A&M-Kingsville at Angelo State. MSU hosts Humboldt State in non-conference play.
After playing six conference games apiece over the first nine weeks of an 11-week regular season, the
league’s football teams will split into two brackets to conduct a two-week conference playoff. The conference
champion and playoff seeding will be determined by regular season results.
The top four teams (No. 4 at No. 1 and No. 3 at No. 2) comprise the championship bracket with Week 10
winners playing for the playoff title in Week 11, whereas Week 10 losers will meet for third place. The other half
of the bracket includes the remaining three teams and Oklahoma Panhandle State with No. 5 at OPSU and No.
7 at No. 6 in Week 10. The 7-6 winner plays at No. 5 for fifth-place in Week 11, while the 6-7 loser hosts OPSU.
LSC football teams are 23-17 overall this season. The squads are 9-1 combined versus the Great Lakes
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, Great Lakes Valley Conference and Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference
teams, which are also in NCAA Super Regional Four.

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
OFFENSIVE

Vincent Johnson, Midwestern State University, FR, RB, Lubbock, Texas, Monterey HS
Johnson rushed for a career-high 190 yards and two touchdowns to lead 12th-ranked Midwestern State to a
24-17 win over West Texas A&M Saturday night at Memorial Stadium. The true freshman from Lubbock put the
game away with an 84-yard scoring dash with 9:21 to play in the fourth quarter. Johnson’s rushing performance
was the 11th best in program history and his 84-yard touchdown run was the sixth longest. Johnson leads the
Mustangs with 467 yards and five touchdowns on the ground this season.

DEFENSIVE

Harold Wills, Midwestern State University, SR, DE, Gainesville, Texas, Gainesville HS
Wills made a career-high 11 tackles with two sacks and two forced fumbles from his defensive end position to
lead 12th-ranked Midwestern State to a 24-17 win over West Texas A&M Saturday night at Memorial Stadium.
The senior from Gainesville stripped WT quarterback Ethan Brinkley on the first series of the game then his strip
of Buff running back Geremy Aldridge-Mitchell right before the end of the first half resulted in a touchdown to
give the Mustangs a 14-3 halftime advantage.

SPECIAL TEAMS

Davarus Shores, Texas A&M University - Commerce, JR, Coverage, Mesquite, Texas, Mesquite HS
Shores provided the game-winning punt block for the Lions in the third quarter. Shores broke through the line
and blocked the punt which was picked up by Dionte Taylor for a touchdown. The score stood as the game
winner in the No. 15 Lions 38-35 win over No. 16 Angelo State.

OTHER TOP PERFORMERS

Geremy Alridge-Mitchell, West Texas A&M University, was a workhorse for the Buffs as he had a career-high
40 carries for 189 yards and one touchdown Saturday at No. 12 Midwestern State. He had 220 all-purpose
yards in the game with 31 kick return yards on two returns. Alridge-Mitchell is fifth all-time in school history
in rushing yards and fifth in career scoring. It was Alridge-Mitchell’s second-most rushing yards in a game of
his career and second game of over 150 yards this season. His previous best of carries was 32. He leads the
conference in rushing yards with 746 and a 149.2 average per game. He also leads the league in scoring with 60
points and a 12.0 per game.
Joseph Sadler, Tarleton State University, who entered the game as the fourth running back on the depth
chart, made himself known to the Tarleton faithful, Texas A&M-Kingsville Javelinas, and the rest of the Lone
Star Conference with a career performance for Tarleton as the junior running back lifted Tarleton to its first
win of the season in Saturday’s South Texas thriller. Sadler carried the ball 18 times for 132 yards and a pair of
touchdowns to give Tarleton a spark on the ground. He became just the third different Texan to rush for over
100 yards since Sept. 28, 2013, joining Zach Henshaw and Collin Strahan. Sadler’s biggest run of the night came
on fourth-and-one with 10:41 left in the game and Tarleton trailing 34-24. The junior from Devine broke free
for a 32-yard touchdown run to pull Tarleton within a score at 34-31 and spark a 14-0 run in the fourth quarter
to lead the Texans to victory. In addition to his work on offense, Sadler also returned two kicks for 82 yards with
a 66-yard return in the second quarter.
Kamal Cass, Eastern New Mexico University, only received four carries in the Greyhounds’ win at Bacone
College, but he made the most of them. With touchdown sprints of 43 and 54 yards, Cass registered 111 yards
in the first quarter, to average 27.8 yards per carry.
Richard Cooper, Texas A&M University - Commerce, continues to be the best running back in the conference
after picking up his sixth straight 100-yard rushing game. Cooper carried the ball 23 times and picked up 101
yards on the ground. He added one catch for 22 yards. Cooper sat on 79 yards before scampering for 22 yards
and a first down to seal the No. 15 A&M-Commerce win over No. 16 Angelo State. Cooper is ranked 8th in the
NCAA in rushing yards per game averaging 138.7 yards per game despite splitting carries with another 100-yard
rusher per game. Theo Wofford averages 101.7 yards per game making the Lions 1-of-3 teams in the NCAA with
two backs averaging 100 yards.

FIRST DOWN

• Midwestern State is ranked 11th, Texas A&MCommerce 14th, and Angelo State 25th in the
AFCA poll (Oct. 12).

STANDINGS

School
Midwestern State
Texas A&M-Commerce
Angelo State
Eastern New Mexico
West Texas A&M
Tarleton State
Texas A&M-Kingsville

LSC
4-0
4-0
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-3
0-3

Overall Streak
6-0
W6
5-1
W4
4-2
L2
4-2
W2
2-3
L2
1-4
W1
1-5
L4

THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE

Saturday, October 17, 2015
*Texas A&M - Commerce at West Texas A&M, 5 p.m.
*Eastern New Mexico at Tarleton State, 6 p.m.
*Texas A&M-Kingsville at Angelo State, 7 p.m.
Humboldt State (Calif.) at Midwestern State, 8 p.m.
All times are CST; * LSC game; ^ at AT&T Stadium

LAST WEEK’S RESULTS

* Midwestern State 24, West Texas A&M 17
* Texas A&M-Commerce 38, Angelo State 35
* Tarleton State 38, Texas A&M-Kingsville 34
Eastern N.M. 77, Bacone College 14

WEEKLY AWARDS

Offensive
S-8 Kyle Washington, Angelo State
S-14 Geremy Alridge-Mitchell, West Texas A&M
S-21 Geremy Alridge-Mitchell, West Texas A&M (2)
S-28 Hagen Hutchinson, Midwestern State
O-5 Kamal Cass, Eastern New Mexico
O-12 Vincent Johnson, Midwestern State
Defensive
S-8 Marqui Christian, Midwestern State
S-14 Hunter Streuling, West Texas A&M
S-21 Marqui Christian, Midwestern State (2)
S-28 Clayton Callicutt, Angelo State
O-5 Calvin Stewart, Midwestern State
O-12 Harold Wills, Midwestern State
Special Teams
S-8 Fred Lawrence, Angelo State
S-14 Andy Alkhazshvilly, Midwestern State
S-21 Conner Hollabaugh, West Texas A&M
S-28 Daniel McCants, Tarleton State
O-5 Sir’Vell Ford, Midwestern State
O-12 Davarus Shores, Texas A&M-Commerce

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Jordan Thomas, Texas A&M University - Kingsville,
led Texas A&M-Kingsville with six receptions and
114 receiving yards. He also hauled in a 65-yard
touchdown reception that gave the Javelinas a seven
point lead at halftime. During the final drive of the
game Thomas caught four passes, including one to
keep the Hogs’ hopes alive for a comeback victory,
totaling 43 yards.
John Siliga, Angelo State University, led a defensive
unit that held Texas A&M-Commerce to just 367
yards of total offense. The Rams held the Lions, who
averaged 268 rushing yards per game, to 148 yards of
rushing yards. Siliga was a key component making 10
total tackles He finished with 2.5 tackles for loss and
a sack. The defense made 12.0 tackles for loss on the
day.
Brad Hardin, Eastern New Mexico University,
paced the Eastern New Mexico University with
eight tackles to lead a defensive effort which limited
Bacone College to just 157 yards. He was a disruptive
presence throughout the game, with 3.5 tackles for a
loss, which included 2.5 sacks. Hardin forced a fumble
and recovered two for touchdowns to become the
first ENMU player in at least a decade with multiple
defensive touchdowns in a game.
Brandon Moore, Tarleton State University, came
up big on the Texan defense that forced a stop in the
final seconds of the game to deliver Tarleton’s first
win of the season over Texas A&M-Kingsville Saturday
night. With the Texans clinging to a 38-34 lead and
Kingsville in the middle of a seven-play, 68-yard drive,
Tarleton stood in against the Javelina offense working
with a first-and-goal from the from seven-yard line.
Quarterback Myles Carr escaped the pocket and ran
for six yards, but Moore kept him out of the end zone
with four seconds left. Kingsville fumbled the next
snap as time expired and Tarleton claimed its first
win of the season. Moore totaled eight tackles on the
night, including the game-saving stop on the one-yard
line. Of his eight tackles, 1.5 of them was behind the
line of scrimmage for a total loss of eight yards.
Iosia Iosia, West Texas A&M University, was all over
the field for the Buffs Saturday at No. 12 Midwestern
State. He had the team’s lone sack for five yards and
1.5 tackles for loss for six yards. He leads the team
with 2.5 sacks this season and third in tackles for loss
with four.
Demarlon Morris, Texas A&M University Commerce, contributed to the total team effort in
the No. 15 Lions win over the No. 16 Rams aiding
with a defensive touchdown. Morris picked off LSC
Preseason Player of the Year Kyle Washington and
scampered 26 yards for a touchdown. It was Morris’
second INT of his career and first in 2015.
Isaac Arellano, Tarleton State University, was a star
in the special teams game for Tarleton as the senior
booted three punts for 133 yards and a 44.3 average
in the Texans’ first of the season. In addition to his
punting work, Arellano kicked off seven times for 431
total yards and an average of 61.0 yards per kickoff
with two touchbacks.
Felipe Parra, West Texas A&M University, had
another strong outing punting for the Buffs against
No. 12 Midwestern State. He had six punts for 243
yards and a 40.5 average with a long of 56 and one
punt inside the 20. He leads the league in punting
average at 41.4.
Mitchell Henton, Midwestern State University,
each of his four punts pinned West Texas A&M
inside the 20-yard line as 12th-ranked Midwestern
State rolled to 6-0 with a 24-17 win Saturday night
at Memorial Stadium. The sophomore from Dallas
averaged 34 yards on four punts while angling to the
short field contributing to the Buffs’ average starting
field position at their own 18-yard line.

Julio De la Garza, Texas A&M University - Kingsville,
was 2-for-2 kicking field goals and made all four of
his PAT attempts. He opened the scoring on Saturday
with a 27 yard field goal on Texas A&M-Kingsville’s
first drive. A 38-yard field goal midway thru the
third put the Javelinas in front by three. De la Garza
became the first Hog kicker to make multiple field
goals in a game since the 2013 season finale.

LSC NOTES (Submitted by LSC SID’s)
Angelo State

The Rams moved to 4-2 on the season and 1-2 in
the LSC ... ASU is No. 2 nationally in total offense
averaging 549.3 yards per game ... The Rams
outgained TAMUC 470-376 ... ASU has only allowed
.50 sacks per game which is No. 4 nationally and No.
3 nationally in defensive touchdowns with four on the
season ... ASU scored a defensive touchdown for the
second straight game ... The Rams are limiting teams
to 22.5 points per game ... ASU will host Texas A&MKingsville this weekend at LeGrand Stadium at 1st
Community Credit Union Field on Saturday, Oct. 17 at
7 p.m.

Eastern New Mexico

The Eastern New Mexico University football team
scored 28 points in the first quarter and never looked
back en-route to a 77-14 win over Bacone. The 77
points was the highest total in the history of the
Greyhound program. Kamal Cass scored on runs of 43
and 54 yards in the first quarter, to finish with 111
yards on just four carries. Brad Hardin led a standout
defensive effort with eight tackles, had 2.5 sacks,
forced a fumble and recovered two for touchdowns.
The Hounds topped the 500-yard mark in the ground
game for the first time since the 2007 season. This
week, ENMU will visit Tarleton State.

Midwestern State

Midwestern State improved to 6-0 for the third time
in school history with a 24-17 win over West Texas
A&M Saturday night at Memorial Stadium... MSU
has won its first six games of the season for the first
time since 2011 while also performing the feat in
1949.... The Mustangs extended their winning streak
to six games for the sixth time in program history...
Midwestern snapped a two-game skid to West Texas
A&M beating the Buffs for the first time since 2012...
MSU improved to 65-15 (.813) at Memorial Stadium
since the start of the 2000 season... The Mustangs
have won 29 of the last 32 games dating back to
the beginning of the 2008 season... Midwestern
established a 3-1 lead in the Highway 287 Challenge
Cup series with West Texas A&M... The Mustangs
clinched their 16th consecutive winning season
which is tied with Mary Hardin Baylor for the most
of any four-year scholarship program in Texas... MSU
claimed its 121st win since the start of the 2000
season which is 11 more than any other Lone Star
Conference program... True freshman running back
Vincent Johnson rushed for a career-high 190 yards
with two touchdowns on 17 carries... Johnson’s 190
yards was the 11th best rushing day in program history
and the most since Chauncey Harris ran for 232 yards
against West Georgia on Nov. 10, 2012... Johnson’s
84-yard touchdown run with 9:21 to play was the
longest run in program history and the longest since
Jimmy Pipkin broke off an 89-yard run at Texas A&MKingsville on Sept. 22, 2012... Junior quarterback
Quade Coward accounted for a career-high 182 yards
on 13-of-22 passing in making his first start of the
season at quarterback... Coward also rushed for 52
yards on eight carries... Senior wide receiver Statron
Jones caught three passes for 56 yards to lead the

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AFCA DIVISION II COACHES’ POLL
October 12, 2015

# Team (1st votes)
Rec. Pts Prev.
1. Minnesota St. (28)
6-0 795 1
2. West Georgia (4)
6-0 763 2
3. Northwest Missouri St.
6-0 737 3
4. Ferris St. (Mich.)
5-0 703 4
5. Sioux Falls (S.D.)
6-0 673 5
6. Colorado St.-Pueblo
5-1 599 7
7. Colorado School of Mines 6-0 596 8
8. Ashland (Ohio)
6-0 574 9
9. Shepherd (W.Va.)
5-0 518 10
10. Humboldt St. (Calif.)
5-0 496 11
11. Midwestern St. (Texas)
6-0 464 12
12. Michigan Tech
5-0 457 14
13. Emporia St. (Kan.)
6-0 407 18
14. Texas A&M-Commerce
5-1 367 15
15. Delta St. (Miss.)
5-1 363 17
16. Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.)
5-1 323 19
17. North Alabama
4-1 306 6
18. Grand Valley St. (Mich.)
5-1 256 24
19. Henderson St. (Ark.)
5-1 134 NR
20. Slippery Rock (Pa.)
5-1 131 NR
21. Minnesota-Duluth
4-2 123 25
22. Pittsburg St. (Kan.)
4-2 100 13
23. Tuskegee (Ala.)
5-1 92 NR
24. Arkansas Tech
5-1 73 NR
25. Angelo St. (Texas)
4-2 63 16
Dropped Out: Ouachita Baptist (Ark.) (20), Valdosta
St. (Ga.) (21), Harding (Ark.) (22), Wingate (N.C.) (23)
Others Receiving Votes: Colorado Mesa, 59; Valdosta
St. (Ga.), 40; Wingate (N.C.), 40; North CarolinaPembroke, 37; Charleston (W.Va.), 30; Indianapolis
(Ind.), 21; Virginia Union, 16; Central Missouri, 13;
Bowie St. (Md.), 10; Clarion (Pa.), 6; Concord (W.Va.),
4; Harding (Ark.), 4; Indiana (Pa.), 2; Southwest
Minnesota St., 2; Assumption (Mass.), 1; East Central
(Okla.), 1; Missouri Western St., 1.

LSC IN 2015 AFCA RANKINGS

WEEK
ASU ENMU MSU TSU
AUG. 17
13
NR
RV
RV
SEPT. 7
12
NR
RV
RV
SEPT. 14
8
NR
RV
NR
SEPT. 21
6
NR
23
NR
SEPT. 28
6
NR
20
NR
OCT. 5
16
NR
12
NR
OCT. 12
25
NR
11
NR
OCT. 19
OCT. 26
NOV. 2
NOV. 9
NOV. 16
WEEK
A&M-C TAMUK WTAMU
AUG. 17
22
NR
RV
SEPT. 7
18
NR
NR
SEPT. 14
22
NR
RV
SEPT. 21
20
NR
RV
SEPT. 28
T18
NR
RV
OCT. 5
15
NR
RV
OCT. 12
14
NR
NR
OCT. 19
OCT. 26
NOV. 2
NOV. 9
NOV. 16

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receiving corps... Senior defensive end Harold Wills
notched a career-high 11 tackles with two sacks
and two forced fumbles... Senior linebacker Daniel
Laudermilk recorded his second game with at least
10 tackles this season finishing with 11 stops while
recovering a fumble... Redshirt-freshman defensive
end Alec DiValerio and junior defensive tackle Edgar
Luna delivered season-high performances with nine
and eight tackles, respectively... Senior safety Marqui
Christian had seven tackles to move into fifth place
on MSU’s all-time tackle chart with 255... Christian
needs 13 tackles to overtake Ryan Craven (267
tackles/2007-10) to become the schools all-time
tackle leader...

Tarleton State

Tarleton rallied from a deficit and won on a defensive
stop to earn its first win of the season Saturday
night in Kingsville. Joseph Sadler’s 100-yard rushing
performance and a pair of interceptions from true
freshmen, Tyrique Murray and Marcus Johnson
highlighted some key plays while Le’Nard Meyers
and Bubba Tandy combined to catch 12 passes for
187 yards and three touchdowns. Tarleton will return
home next weekend for homecoming against Eastern
New Mexico at 6 p.m. in Stephenville.

Texas A&M-Commerce

The Lions moved up to No. 14 in the AFCA after the
38-35 win over then ranked No. 16 Angelo State.
Richard Cooper continues his rushing supremacy.
He turned in his fifth straight 100-yard performance
with his 101 yards. The final 22 yards came on the
Lions last real offensive play of the game, a 22-yard
run that sealed the win. On the season, Cooper has
taken 125 carries for 832 yards and six touchdowns.
He averages 138.7 yards per game after entering the
weekend the eighth in the NCAA in yards per game.
Cooper needs just 168 more yards to become the first
running back to surpass 1,000 yards in a season since
Cliff Edwards ran for 1,041 yards in 2005. All told, Lion
football has only seen a back run for a 1,000 yards 12
times and by nine different players in the program’s
96 seasons. Theo Wofford kept his season rushing
average at 101.7 yards per game after his 82 yards
on 12 carries Saturday. Wofford, who entered leading
nation in yards per carry at 9.6, saw his average
dip slightly to 9.1 yards per carry following the
completion of Saturday’s game. Cooper and Wofford
both average 100 yards rushing per game. The Lions
are 1-of-3 teams with two running backs averaging
100 yards per game. Chris Smith picked off his teamhigh third pass of the season. Smith is now tied for
the league lead in INTs. Demarlon Morris’ INT was his
second of his career and his first career score. His last
interception came at Stephen F. Austin on September
13, 2014. Stewart threw his 35th career touchdown
with his 27-yard strike to Darby Smith. The Lions lead
the LSC in scoring offense at 45.3 points per game.

had 20 yards over five catches... Julio De la Garza was
2-for-2 on field goals with a long of 38... Made all
four PAT attempts... Tristan Hernandez averaged 39.5
yards a punt on four kicks... Put two of them inside
the 20... Zemarcus Green and Brandon Jones led the
team with seven tackles apiece... Mando Celedon
had a sack... Fred Conyers and Gaylin Griffin Jr. posted
half a sack apiece... Kelechi Amushie recorded two
pass breakups... Devonte Williams and Lamont Hills
both picked off a pass... TAMUK plays at Angelo State
this Saturday at 7 p.m.

West Texas A&M

The Buffs dropped a 24-17 decision at No. 12
Midwestern State Saturday...It was the fourth game
against a ranked team for the Buffs this season (1-3)...
WT was led by senior Geremy Alridge-Mitchell who
was a workhorse for the Buffs as he had a career-high
40 carries for 189 yards and one touchdown Saturday
at No. 12 Midwestern State. He had 220 all-purpose
yards in the game with 31 kick return yards on two
returns. Alridge-Mitchell is fifth all-time in school
history in rushing yards and fifth in career scoring. It
was Alridge-Mitchell’s second-most rushing yards in
a game of his career and second game of over 150
yards this season.//His previous best of carries was
32...He leads the conference in rushing yards with
746 and a 149.2 average per game. He also leads
the league in scoring with 60 points and a 12.0 per
game...Senior Iosia Iosia was all over the field for the
Buffs Saturday at No. 12 Midwestern State. He had
the team’s lone sack for five yards and 1.5 tackles for
loss for six yards...He leads the team with 2.5 sacks
this season and third in tackles for loss with four.
Junior Felipe Parra had another strong outing punting
for the Buffs against No. 12 Midwestern State...He
had six punts for 243 yards and a 40.5 average with
a long of 56 and one punt inside the 20...He leads
the league in punting average at 41.4...WT scored 17
points for the second-straight game...MSU took a 3-1
lead in the Highway 287 Challenge...Penalties were a
big part of the game as WT was flagged 15 times for
95 yards...WT’s defense played well for most of the
game holding MSU to 1 of 10 on third down and 0 of
1 on fourth down...WT went 6 of 16 on third and 2
of 2 on fourth...Junior Will Toliver had a 31-yard INT
return for a TD for the second interception return for
a touchdown this season by the Buffs and first for
Toliver...For just the second time in five games this
season, the Buffs led in time of possession over the
Mustangs 32:56 to 27:04.

Texas A&M-Kingsville

Texas A&M-Kingsville fell to Tarleton State 38-34...
Javelinas had a chance to win the game as time expired
but a fumbled snap at the one-yard line prevented
the opportunity... Myles Carr was 17-for-30 for 243
yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions...
Added 23 yards on the ground over 14 carries... Greg
Pitre ran for a season best 85 yards on 16 carries...
Shawn Vasquez added 72 yards and a touchdown...
Joe Te’o scored on a 10 yard run on his only touch of
the game... Jordan Thomas hauled in six catches for
114 yards including a 65-yard touchdown... Anthony
Autry had four receptions totaling 88 yards with
a long of 48 that went for a score... Torrey Thomas

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2015 Composite Schedule
Thursday, September 3, 2015
New Mexico Highlands at Eastern New Mexico, 6 p.m.
Oklahoma Panhandle State at Angelo State, 7 p.m.
Adams State at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m.
Azusa Pacific (Calif.) at West Texas A&M, 7 p.m.

Saturday, October 31, 2015
*Eastern New Mexico at West Texas A&M, 12 p.m.
*Texas A&M-Kingsville at Midwestern State, 7 p.m.
*Tarleton State at Angelo State, 7 p.m.
Texas A&M-Commerce at Sam Houston State, TBA

Saturday, September 5, 2015
Texas A&M-Kingsville at Incarnate Word, 2 p.m.
Truman State (Mo.) at Midwestern State, 7 p.m.

Conference Playoffs (NOTE: Seeds 1-7 determined on regular
season results)
Saturday, November 7, 2015
Game #1: [email protected]
Game #2: [email protected]
Game #3: [email protected]
Game #4: [email protected] Panhandle State

Saturday, September 12, 2015
Angelo State at Western State, 2 p.m.
Colorado State - Pueblo at West Texas A&M, 5 p.m.
Missouri S&T at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m.
Delta State at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m.
Findlay at Tarleton State, 7 p.m.
Midwestern State at Colorado Mesa, 8 p.m.
Eastern New Mexico at Adams State, TBA
Saturday, September 19, 2015
*^Midwestern State vs. Eastern New Mexico, 11:30 a.m.
*^West Texas A&M vs. Tarleton State, 3:30 p.m.
*Texas A&M-Commerce at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m.
^Bacone vs. Angelo State, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, September 26, 2015
*Angelo State at West Texas A&M, 5 p.m.
West Alabama at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m.
*Eastern New Mexico at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m.
*Tarleton State at Midwestern State, 7 p.m.
Saturday, October 3, 2015
*Texas A&M-Kingsville at Eastern New Mexico, 4 p.m.
*Midwestern State at Angelo State, 7 p.m.
*Texas A&M-Commerce at Tarleton State, 7 p.m.
Saturday, October 10, 2015
Eastern New Mexico at Bacone, 2 p.m.
*West Texas A&M at Midwestern State, 7 p.m.
*Angelo State at Texas A&M-Commerce, 7 p.m.
*Tarleton State at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m.

Conference Playoffs
Saturday, November 14, 2015
Game #5 - Championship Game: Winner G1 vs. Winner G2
(hosted by higher seed)
Game #6 - Third-Place Game: Loser G1 vs. Loser G2 (hosted by
higher seed)
Game #7 - Fifth-Place Game: Winner G3 at 5
Game #8 - Oklahoma Panhandle [email protected] G3
Saturday, November 21, 2015
NCAA Division II First Round
Saturday, November 28, 2015
NCAA Division II Second Round
Saturday, December 5, 2015
NCAA Division II Quarterfinals
Heart of Texas Bowl (Copperas Cove, Texas), 7 p.m.
Saturday, December 12, 2015
NCAA Division II Semifinals
Saturday, December 19, 2015
NCAA Division II Championship (Kansas City, Kan.)
* denotes conference game; ^ at AT&T Stadium

Saturday, October 17, 2015
*Texas A&M - Commerce at West Texas A&M, 5 p.m.
*Eastern New Mexico at Tarleton State, 6 p.m.
*Texas A&M-Kingsville at Angelo State, 7 p.m.
Humboldt State (Calif.) at Midwestern State, 8 p.m.
Saturday, October 24, 2015
*Angelo State at Eastern New Mexico, 2 p.m.
*Midwestern State at Texas A&M-Commerce, 4 p.m.
*West Texas A&M at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 7 p.m.
Oklahoma Panhandle State at Tarleton State, 7 p.m.

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