Special to The Flash
RICHARDSON, Texas – The Lone Star Conference will hold its annual football preseason media day Thursday, July 27, in Odessa, Texas.
With the 2017 season upcoming, all nine football head coaches will be in Odessa for a luncheon with the media. During the event, league officials will announce the preseason poll and players of the year.
The day begins with registration followed by lunch, a brief program, remarks from each football coach and student-athlete and an open interview session.
The event will be streamed live via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/LoneStarConf/ starting at 12 p.m.
The season kicks off August 31 and the LSC has nine teams, with each team playing eight conference games to determine the LSC Champion.
In 2016, Texas A&M-Commerce claimed its third straight league title with an 8-1 record.
Four LSC teams participated in postseason play last season, with A&M-C and MSU advancing to the NCAA Division II playoffs, ENMU playing in the C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl, and TAMUK in the Live United Bowl.
2017 LSC Football Preseason Media Day Attendees
Will Wagner, head football coach
Josh Stevens (RB, Sr., Ormand Beach, Fla.)
Fred Lawrence (DB, Sr., Abilene, Texas)
Eastern New Mexico
Kelley Lee, head football coach
Kamal Cass (RB, Sr., Clovis, NM)
Todd Countee (DB, R-Jr., Albuquerque, NM)
Bill Maskill, head football coach
Sir’Vell Ford (S, Jr., Rosenberg, Texas)
Kevin Fisher (OL, Jr., Lakeland, Fla.)
Alec DiValerio (DE, Jr., Sachse, Texas)
Colby Carthel, head football coach
Luis Perez (QB, Sr., Chula Vista, Calif.)
Chris Smith (DB, Jr., Mansfield, Texas)
Daren Wilkinson, head football coach
Stehly Reden (TE, Sr., Valley Center, Calif.)
Trevor Moses (LB, Sr., Corpus Christi, Texas)
UT Permian Basin
Justin Carrigan, head football coach
Mitchell Leonard (WR, Jr., Marshall, Texas)
Chris Hoad (LB, So., Leander, Texas)
West Texas A&M
Hunter Hughes, head football coach
Chazz Slatinsky (DB, So., Forney, Texas)
P.J. Leonce (WR, So., Baytown, Texas)
Carter James (LB, Jr., Justin, Texas)
Western New Mexico
Adam Clark, head football coach
Dominic Barry (LB, R-Sr., Moreno Valley, Calif.)
Javia Hall (QB, R-Sr., Dallas, Texas)