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LSC: Season 2010-2011

Championship 2010-11 (Photo: LSC)

Regular Season
North Division
1 Cent.Oklahoma 11-1 28-3
2 Tex.A&M-Comm. 8-4 18-9
3 Cameron 7-5 17-11
4 SW Oklahoma St. 7-5 16-13
5 Northeastern St. 4-8 9-17
6 East Central 3-9 10-17
7 SE Oklahoma 2-10 3-23
South Division
1 Tarleton St. 13-1 24-5
2 W.Texas A&M 9-5 23-6
3 Midwestern St. 9-5 22-8
4 E.New Mexico 8-6 13-14
5 Angelo St. 7-7 11-15
6 Incarnate World 5-9 16-10
7 Tex.A&M-Kingsv. 4-10 9-17
8 Abil.Christian 1-13 9-17

University of Central Oklahoma 2010-11
Terry Evans Terry Evans Evans
Tyler Phillips
Brent Friday
Shane Carroll
Dauntae Williams
Tucker Phillips
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
11  Phillips Tyler 195 (6'5'') G 87 USA
20  Friday Brent 187 (6'2'') G 90 USA
23  Carroll Shane 193 (6'4'') G 89 USA
0  Williams Dauntae 193 (6'4'') G 88 USA
5  Phillips Tucker 203 (6'8'') F 88 USA
22  Ross Tony 200 (6'7'') F 87 USA
33  Carter June 200 (6'7'') F 90 USA
3  Driver Victor 177 (5'10'') G USA
12  McCleary Chris 200 (6'7'') F USA
15  Lee Robert 195 (6'5'') G USA
2  Curry Carl 198 (6'6'') F USA
1  McDaniel Jarrod 177 (5'10'') G USA
21  Lemons D.J. 180 (5'11'') G USA
34  Baker Javvero 190 (6'3'') G USA
44  Cunningham Larry 198 (6'6'') F USA
Head Coach: Terry Evans
Coach Assistant: Rodney Dindy

UCO Caps Off Bartlesville In Style; Claims LSC Title

Central Oklahoma claimed the first-ever LSC Championship in Bartlesville back in 2008. Thanks to a balanced scoring effort, a 14-0 second-half run and an all-around performance from a star player, UCO made sure it won the last won as well.
In a battle of No. 1 seeds, the Bronchos (28-3) were too strong for Tarleton State once again, running past the Texans 68-52 Sunday in the LSC Championship final game at Bruin Fieldhouse. UCO has now defeated Tarleton seven straight times and nine of the last 10 meetings.
Dauntae Williams was named MVP of the tournament for this three-game effort. Williams scored 14 points, grabbed four rebounds and three assists on Sunday, while teammates Brent Friday and Victor Driver were also on the all-tournament team. Friday led UCO in scoring against TSU with 16 points while Driver added 14 off the bench. Driver entered the weekend averaging 4.5 points but had three straight games of double-figure scoring.
Corin Henry led the Texans (24-5) with 19 points and was TSU's only representative on the all-tournament squad. Henry led all LSC scorers this weekend with 69 points.
The game was tight in the early going but by the end of the first half, UCO stretched the lead out to seven at 35-28 That was a dangerous spot for the Texans considering Central Oklahoma was a perfect 25-0 this year when leading at the half.
The Bronchos made sure that number went to 26 as they opened the second half with a 3-pointer by Williams to push the 10. Tarleton did trim the lead to two with an 11-3 run.
But that's when the Bronchos reeled off 14 straight points.
While UCO needed two overtimes to beat West Texas A&M in Saturday's semifinal game, it was actually Tarleton that looked to run out of steam. The Texans used a remarkable run Saturday in their semifinal game for a 38-point turnaround in a 24-point win over Midwestern State.
In the second half Sunday, Tarleton shot just 22.2 percent from the floor (6 of 27 field goals), including 2 of 14 from beyond the arc.
On the flip side, UCO shot 56.8 percent from the field and was 11 of 18 (61.1 percent) in the second half.
With UCO eventually headed to the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, the Bronchos leave the LSC with their fifth championship on the men's side.
Tarleton State failed to land its second LSC Championship, but as the No. 3 seed in the South Central Regional, the Texans will certainly try to regroup in next week's tournament.
That event could be possibly be held in Edmond, Okla. with UCO playing host. The Bronchos entered the weekend with a No. 2 regional record, but with three straight wins, including two over ranked teams (West Texas A&M and Tarleton State), UCO could surpass Missouri Southern, who lost to Fort Hays State in the finals of the MIAA tournament.
Regional pairings for the men's bracket will be announced tonight at at 9 p.m. (CST). The women's pairings will be announced at 8:30, with both UCO and Tarleton's women's teams expected to get bids.

Courtesy of LSC

All-LSC Summary 2010-2011

LSC Tournament Final: UCO - Tarleton 68-52
LSC Tournament Semifinals:
UCO - West Texas A&M 66-63
Tarleton State - Southwestern Oklahoma 74-65

All-Tournament Team 2010-2011
Dauntae Williams
Brent Friday
Victor Driver
Corin Henry
Ladarius Hall

All-Tournament MVP: Dauntae Williams of University of Central Oklahoma
All-Tournament Team
G: Dauntae Williams (6'4''-G-88) of University of Central Oklahoma
G: Brent Friday (6'2''-G-90) of University of Central Oklahoma
G: Victor Driver (5'10''-G) of University of Central Oklahoma
G: Corin Henry (5'11''-G-88) of Tarleton State University
G: Ladarius Hall (6'2''-G) of West Texas A&M University

LSC North Division Player of the Year: Dauntae Williams (6'4''-G-88) of Cent.Oklahoma
LSC North Division Defensive Player of the Year: Jarrod McDaniel (5'10''-G) of Stephen F. Austin
LSC North Division Freshman of the Year: Desmond Henry (6'4''-G) of Cameron
LSC North Division Newcomer of the Year: Desmond King (6'7''-F-88) of Paris JC
LSC North Division Coach of the Year: Terry Evans of Cent.Oklahoma

LSC North Division 1st Team
G: Dauntae Williams (6'4''-88) of Cent.Oklahoma
F: Desmond King (6'7''-88) of Paris JC
G: Milton Garner (6'1'') of Cameron
G: Antoine Branch (5'10'') of Northeastern St.
F: Urald King (6'6''-90) of SE Oklahoma

LSC North Division 2nd Team
G: Charleston Flemmings (6'0''-88) of SW Oklahoma St.
G: Brad Hambrick (5'11''-90) of Tex.A&M-Comm.
G: Tyler Phillips (6'5''-87) of Cent.Oklahoma
G: Denarius Darby (6'2''-88) of East Central
G: Ross Moore (6'0''-89) of SW Oklahoma St.

LSC North Division Honorable Mention
Nathan Murray (6'6''-F) of Cameron
Brent Friday (6'2''-G-90) of Cent.Oklahoma
Chancellor Jones (6'2''-G-89) of SW Oklahoma St.
Tyris Dowell (6'3''-G-87) of Tex.A&M-Comm.

LSC South Division Player of the Year: Chris Hagan (5'9''-G-89) of Rice
LSC South Division Defensive Player of the Year: Corin Henry (5'11''-G-88) of Tarleton St.
LSC South Division Freshman of the Year: Andre Adams (5'8''-G) of Angelo St.
LSC South Division Newcomer of the Year: Richard Thomas (6'5''-G-87) of N.Texas
LSC South Division Coach of the Year: Lonn Reisman of Tarleton St.

LSC South Division 1st Team
G: Chris Hagan (5'9''-89) of Rice
G: Ladarius Hall (6'2'') of South Plains JC
G: Richard Thomas (6'5''-87) of N.Texas
G: Corin Henry (5'11''-88) of Tarleton St.
G: Stefan Mirabal (6'3'') of W.New Mexico

LSC South Division 2nd Team
F: Tracy Robinson (6'6''-87) of Incarnate World
G: Michael Loyd (6'1''-88) of BYU
G: Lionel Foster (6'1''-89) of UALR
G: Antwan Mullins (5'9'') of Richland CC
G: Shaun Umeh (6'3''-90) of Incarnate World

LSC South Division Honorable Mention
Preston Davis (6'2''-G-88) of Stephen F. Austin
Steve Moore (6'9''-C) of Missouri
Ridge McKeither (6'6''-F-88) of Chattanooga
Max Carrier (6'7''-F) of E.New Mexico
Chris Johnson (6'7''-F-90) of Incarnate World
David Terrell (6'5''-F-88) of Morehead St.
Wes Dipprey (6'8''-F/C-89) of Cal Poly - SLO
Jacquiese Holcombe (6'6''-F) of Mississippi St.
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