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A&M Men’s and Women’s Tennis Advance

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – No. 10 Texas A&M earned its third consecutive and fourth overall berth in the round of 16 of the NCAA Women’s Tennis Championship by defeating 17th-ranked TCU, 4-0, today at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center. The Aggies (17-5), who avenge a 4-2 home loss to the Frogs in the second match […]

No. 11 A&M Women’s Golf Clinched Sixth NCAA Championship Appearance

SAN ANTONIO- The No. 11 Texas A&M women’s golf team clinched their sixth NCAA Championship finals appearance in eight years with a fourth place finish in the NCAA San Antonio Regional at Briggs Ranch Golf Club. The Aggies, by securing a top six finish at the event, advance to the NCAA Championships in Bradenton, Fla. […]

Rangers Win Two in a Row

HOUSTON (AP) _ Kyle Blanks had three hits as the Texas Rangers beat the Houston Astros 7-1 last night to win consecutive games for the first time this season. Wandy Rodriguez allowed three hits and one run in a season-high eight innings. Texas tagged Scott Feldman for four runs in the first.

New NCAA Bowl Game in Austin

The NCAA has certified three new bowls to push the total number of postseason games in major college football to 42. Debuting this season will be the Cure Bowl in Florida and unnamed games in Tucson, Arizona, and Austin, Texas. The new bowls mean 82 of 128 FBS teams will play in the postseason next […]

A&M Softball at 2015 SEC Tournament

The Texas A&M softball team begins its hunt for the program’s first SEC championship Wednesday when the Aggies face the overall nine seed South Carolina in the first game of the 2015 SEC Tournament. The eighth-seeded Aggies and Gamecocks are set to play at 4 p.m. CT. in the third game of the day in […]

Building Champions Awards

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Kelli Benjamin received the President’s Award Monday evening during Texas A&M Athletics’ second-annual Building Champions Awards held in Reed Arena. Aggie student-athletes were treated to a maroon carpet entrance to the gala with awards presented for various academic, service, leadership and athletic endeavors. “Tonight is an opportunity for us to salute our […]

Another A&M Football Player Drafted To NFL

CHICAGO — Texas A&M offensive lineman Jarvis Harrison was drafted in the fifth round of the NFL Draft by the New York Jets on Saturday. Harrison, from Navasota, Texas, started four victorious bowl games during his career and finished his with 38 starts. The majority of Harrison’s starts came at offensive guard, although he started […]

Aggie Golfer Top Amateur at LPGA Volunteers of America North Texas Shootout

IRVING- Texas A&M sophomore golfer Marijosse Navarro finished 51st at the LPGA Volunteers of America North Texas Shootout, finishing the tournament at Las Colinas Country Club as the top amateur. Navarro posted three birdies on Sunday, finishing the 72-hole tournament with a 5-over 289 (73-70-70-76) after a final-round 76 (+5). Inbee Park won the event on […]

A&M Softball Sweeps Ole Miss on Senior Day

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The No. 25 Texas A&M softball team (38-17, 12-12 SEC) won an 8-5 victory over Ole Miss (30-24, 6-18 SEC) on Sunday, completing the second series sweep of the season on Senior Day. Senior Rachel Fox earned her 22nd victory on the season, picking up her 22ndcomplete game in her career finale at the Aggie […]

Aggie Baseball Sweeps Vols

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee – The No. 3 Texas A&M Aggies earned a series sweep of the Tennessee Volunteers with Sunday’s 8-7 win at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. The victory marked the 400th career win for Aggie head coach Rob Childress. Texas A&M (41-7) moved into a tie with LSU atop the SEC Western Division at 16-7 in league […]

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