|Southwestern Christian||8-6||.571||22-8||.733||4.0||12-2||7-4||3-2||Lost 1|
|South Plains||8-6||.571||18-11||.621||5.0||10-3||7-7||1-1||Lost 1|
|Frank Phillips||6-8||.429||20-10||.667||7.0||6-4||9-5||5-1||Lost 1|
|Western Texas||5-9||.357||15-12||.556||8.0||7-6||4-5||4-1||Won 1|
|New Mexico JC||3-11||.214||16-14||.533||10.0||8-7||3-7||5-0||Lost 6|
|Cedar Valley||7-3||.700||19-9||.679||--||10-2||7-5||2-2||Lost 2|
|Mountain View||6-4||.600||22-11||.667||1.0||14-4||7-5||1-2||Won 5|
|North Lake||4-6||.400||14-17||.452||3.0||4-7||4-7||6-3||Lost 1|
The South Plains College Texan basketball team will enter the 2014-15 basketball season as the favorites within the conference, as indicated by the recent Western Junior College Athletic Conference (WJCAC) coach's poll.
With the season now over, the NJCAA recently announced All-American awards for the 2013-14 basketball season. Click the 'Read More' button to read some stories about athletes from around Region 5.
Congratulations to all who earned All American awards!
The NJCAA National Basketball Tournaments will be well represented by teams from Region 5 when competition begins March 17 as three schools will be competing in Kansas.
LUBBOCK - The 2014 NJCAA Region 5 Men's and Women's basketball tournaments will be held at the Lubbock Christian University Rip Griffin Center March 5-8, pitting the top four teams from Region 5's Western Junior College Athletic Conference and North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference.
By Kevin Cushingberry Jr., Editor in Chief
Ricardo Artis had never played on a winning team. In fact, he hadn't played a single playoff game in his life.
The freshman forward signed with Eastfield six months ago in hopes of finally being a winner. Now, he can say he made the right decision.
Artis scored a team-high 19 points against Richland on Monday night, including 13 consecutive points in the second half, to help send the Harvesters to the national tournament. Eastfield defeated the Thunderducks 88-78 to clinch the Region V title for the second straight year.
|New Mexico JC||2|