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College basketball conference standings

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE

Men

Team                          Conf.   Over.

Sam Houston State    15-1    12-1

Abilene Christian      12-4    23-6

New Orleans              12-5    17-11

SE Louisiana              11-5    15-14

Lamar                         11-6    18-12

Stephen F. Austin      7-9      14-14

TAMU-Corpus Chr.    7-9      12-17

Houston Baptist         7-9      11-16

Central Arkansas       6-10    11-18

Northwestern State  6-10    11-18

Nicholls State             5-11    12-17

McNeese State           5-11    9-20

Incarnate Word         1-15    6-23

 

Women

Team                          Conf.   Over.

Lamar                         16-1    23-5

Stephen F. Austin      14-2    23-5

Abilene Christian      12-4    19-8

Nicholls State             12-4    18-10

Sam Houston State    10-6    15-11

TAMU-Corpus Chr.    7-9      13-14

New Orleans              7-10    11-15

Central Arkansas       6-10    11-15

Incarnate Word         5-11    5-22

Northwestern State  5-11    10-17

McNeese State           5-11    7-20

SE Louisiana              4-12    9-18

Houton Baptist          2-14    7-19

 

NJCAA REGION XIV

Men

East Zone                   Reg.     Over.

Navarro College         13-5    23-6

Panola College           12-6    22-8

Trinity Valley CC       12-6    23-7

Tyler Junior College  11-6    21-6

Kilgore College          9-9      18-11

Bossier Parish CC      7-10    19-10

Paris Junior College  4-14    14-16

 

South Zone                 Reg.     Over.

Jacksonville College   10-7    20-10

Angelina College        9-8      17-13

Lamar State Coll.-PA 9-8      19-11

Blinn College              8-9      21-9

Lee College                 5-12    13-16

Coastal Bend College            4-13    8-16

About I.C. Murrell

I.C. Murrell was promoted to editor of The News, effective Oct. 14, 2019. He previously served as sports editor since August 2015 and has won or shared eight first-place awards from state newspaper associations and corporations. He was born in Memphis, Tennessee, grew up mostly in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, and graduated from the University of Arkansas at Monticello.

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