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Bryan Harvey Major Girls Win State Title

By TIM SCHNETTLER Special to The Eagle SEGUIN — The Bryan Harvey Major Girls needed extra innings and a wild pitch Sunday to help them claim the Little League Texas East State Championship. Harvey, which had lost its opener in the tournament, punched its ticket to the Southwest Regionals in Waco when Bre Warren raced […]

Incoming Aggie Boczova, Former A&M Standout Stancu Experience Success

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Klaudia Boczova, who has committed to play her final two seasons of collegiate tennis at Texas A&M, and Cristina Stancu, who recently completed a stellar two-year career with the Aggies, have both experienced success at international tournaments this summer. Boczova, from Bratislava, Slovakia, won the Kronborg Open in Denmark earlier this […]

DL Stansbury Leaves Aggies; DB Davis Arrested

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) _ Texas A&M defensive lineman Gavin Stansbury has left the team to focus on what coach Kevin Sumlin calls “personal issues.” Stansbury had been a star on last season’s Aggie defensive front, playing in 10 games and recording 47 total tackles and three sacks. As a 6-foot-4, 257-pound junior from Franklin, […]

Nottebrok Earns 2nd TCL Player of the Week Honors

Bryan-College Station, TX (July 21, 2014) – For the second time this season, Brazos Valley Bombers third baseman Logan Nottebrok earned Texas Collegiate League Player of the Week Honors. So far, Nottebrok is the only player in the TCL to receive the award twice this season.   During week eight of the season, Nottebrok went 6-for-14 with […]

NFL’s Top-Selling Jersey Belongs to Manziel

CLEVELAND (AP) _ Johnny Manziel is No. 2 on Cleveland’s depth chart but No. 1 as the NFL’s top-selling jersey. The league said Monday the rookie quarterback’s No. 2 jersey outsold all others from April 1 to July 17 on NFLShop.com. Manziel is followed on the list by three quarterbacks: Seattle’s Russell Wilson, San Francisco’s […]

Shamier Little Headlines Aggie Trio in World Junior Championships

Texas A&M’s Shamier Little, the World Junior leader in the 400 hurdles, headlines a group of three Aggies who will compete in the 16th IAAF World Junior Championships at Hayward Field this week. Competition begins Tuesday, July 22, and runs through Sunday, July 27. In addition to Little, who won the NCAA and US Junior […]

Aggie Duo Helps USA to Haarlem-Honkbal Week Title

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M standouts Nick Banks and AJ Minter helped lead the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team to a title at the 27th Haarlem-Honkbal Week in the Netherlands. In Sunday’s championship game, Banks went 1-for-3 with one sacrifice bunt, one run and two RBI as the USA scored a 6-3 victory over Japan […]

Texas A&M Swimmers Succeed at National Events

Several new, current, and former Texas A&M swimmers took on the swimmers of their home countries as they competed for national titles. Four Aggies took part in the Mexican Swimming Nationals while another Aggie went up north to compete in the Canadian Swimming National Championship. Returning Aggie senior Liliana Ibañez performed spectacularly while at the […]

Astros Fail to Sign First Pick in MLB Draft

CHICAGO (AP) _ The Houston Astros have failed to sign the first pick in this year’s draft. The Astros say they didn’t reach an agreement with high school pitcher Brady Aiken before Friday’s deadline. The left-hander from San Diego’s Cathedral Catholic was just the third prep pitcher to be selected first overall when he was […]

Sawyers Returns to K-State Baseball Coaching Staff

MANHATTAN, Kan. – K-State baseball coach Brad Hill has turned to a familiar face and a proven winner as Andy Sawyers has been named Associate Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator. Sawyers replaces Mike Clement, who after two seasons as the Wildcats’ hitting coach accepted an assistant coaching position last week with 2014 College World Series participant Ole Miss. […]

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