Guidelines for submitting

game reports


Because of deadlines for the production of the print edition of the Log Cabin, here are guidelines for coaches to submit game reports to the newspaper:

Reports, with the leading scorers and highlights, should be emailed to The LCD staff is no longer available in the office after games to receive call-ins.

Reports must be submitted by 4 p.m. to get in the next day’s print edition. Reports received after that will be published at the first available date.

Reports should include first and last names of players and team records, if possible.

Another POW

honor for Herbert

Twelve seconds into Saturday’s game against Northwestern State, the University of Central Arkansas’ Megan Herbert receiving the game ball after she opened the contest with her 2,000th career point – making her just the seventh player in Southland Conference history to reach that mark and putting her alongside Baylor’s Brittney Griner as the only two active NCAA women’s basketball players with 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds. She also becomes just the third player in league history with more than 2,000 points and 1,200 rebounds, joining McNeese State’s Pat Jean (1980-83) and Northwestern State’s Joskeen Garner (1993-96).

Monday she was voted as the Southland’s Player of the Week by the league’s sports information directors for the second consecutive week, third time this season and the 16th time in her career.

In the wins over Northwestern State and Stephen F. Austin, Herbert averaged 24 points and 7.5 rebounds and committed just one turnover while playing an average of 39 minutes per game to help the Sugar Bears remain as the league’s last team unbeaten in conference play.

Herbert was also selected as the Southland’s Player of the Week by College Sports Madness, marking the second week in a row and third time this season she earned that accolade.

Conway’s McNeail gets WAC honor

Louisiana Tech’s Kenyon McNeail has been named the Western Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week for the week of Jan. 7-13.

McNeail, a junior guard from Conway, came off the bench to help the Bulldogs to a pair of road wins last week. In a 73-71 win at UTSA, McNeail tied Tech’s record for most made 3-point field goals in a single game with nine and broke the school record with 15 3-point field goal attempts. McNeail scored a career-high 34 points, including the game-winning 3 with 19 seconds left in the win at UTSA. His nine 3-pointers is the top mark in the WAC this season and the third-best single-game performance in the nation this season. McNeail also came off the bench to score six points with four rebounds in an 84-67 road win at Texas State.

On the week, McNeail averaged 20.0 points, 2.0 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 1.0 steals per game. He shot 52.0 percent (13-of-25) from the field, 52.4 percent (11-of-21) from three-point range and 75.0 percent (3-of-4) from the free-throw line.