The Mustangs & Aggies split their softball doubleheader Sunday night at Mustangs Park.
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Cameron could not recover from a slow first half and was eliminated by top-seeded West Texas A&M 80-61 in the NCAA South Central Regional Quarterfinal on Friday night.
After helping guide Cameron to their first NCAA National Tournament Appearance in 12 years Jazzmine Robinson was named to the Daktronics/Division II Conference Commissioners Association all-region first team on Friday.
The Aggies are used to being road warriors.
West Texas A&M is the team Cameron faces in the 1st round of the NCAA's
The Cameron Aggies women's basketball team had some nervous moments but they were relieved to see their name on the NCAA Tournament bracket.
For three nights Cameron had to wait but for the first time since 2002 the Aggies have earned a berth into the NCAA National Tournament.
Angelo State used a 21-3 run over the final eight minutes to pull away from Cameron, advancing to the school’s first Lone Star Conference Championship final since 2001. Tied at the half, the Rams dominated the Aggies in the second half for a 76-53 semifinal win and will play Saturday night at 5:30 p.m. in the finals against the winner of Tarleton State/Texas A&M-Commerce.
Trailing by as much as 13 in the second half, Cameron used some clutch shooting to force overtime and then eventually knock off No. 3 seeded Midwestern State, 87-84, at the Lone Star Conference Championship Thursday afternoon at the Allen Event Center.
Down by two points midway through the second half, sixth-seed Texas A&M-Commerce went on a 20-2 run to cruise past Cameron, 80-65, in the quarterfinal round of Thursday’s Lone Star Conference Championship.
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The Midwestern State Mustangs put the Cameron Aggies on ice, 73-67, and secure the 3-seed in the Lone Star Conference tournament.
Midwestern State's inside combination of Andrea Carter and Shambreka Jones churned out season highs to lead the Mustangs to an 83-71 win over Cameron Sunday afternoon at D.L. Ligon Coliseum.
Jermaine Ferrell has a preview of Midwestern State-Cameron men's and women's basketball games Sunday at the D.L. Ligon Coliseum.
Senior guard Lisa Hampton connected on five 3-pointers in the first half on her way to a career-high 21 points to lead Midwestern State to a 79-70 win over Cameron Saturday afternoon at Aggie Gymnasium.
Bretson McNeal and Derrell Gibbs put on a 3-point shooting exhibition Saturday afternoon at Aggie Gymnasium to spur Midwestern State to an 88-77 win over Cameron in Lone Star Conference play.
Iowa Park's Bre Smoak is heading to Cameron to play volleyball, signing with the Aggies Tuesday afternoon. Bre is a three-year, soon to be four-year all-district selection. She's excited to stay close to home and play college volleyball.
Cameron's Thomas Toth gave the Aggies a first place individual finish at Lone Star Conference Championships on Saturday morning with a time of 24:52.50. The Aggies as a team finished in fifth place with 100 points.
The Midwestern State Mustangs had two players in the top ten individually, but finished in a tie for seventh at the Midwestern State Invitational at the Wichita Falls Country Club Tuesday.