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Arconoda Wins Lewis and Clark Pro Tennis Classic

GODFREY, Illinois – Texas A&M men’s tennis rising sophomore Jordi Arconada claimed the Lewis and Clark Pro Tennis Classic doubles championship Friday afternoon in Godfrey, Illinois hosted by Lewis and Clark Community College. Arconada played alongside Dominic Cotrone of South Florida. The championship duo swept through the field winning all eight sets in Illinois. Arconada […]

A&M Grad Simone Facey Earns Pan Am Games Bronze Medal in 200M

TORONTO – Texas A&M graduate Simone Facey earned a bronze medal in the final of the 200 meters at the Pan American Games on Friday while Aggie junior Latario Collie tied for 10th place in the triple jump at York University. Facey ran 22.74 (1.1 wind) in finishing behind the American pair of Kaylin Whitney, […]

Aggie Grad Simone Facey Advances to 200m Final at Pan Am Games

TORONTO – Texas A&M graduate Simone Facey advanced to the Pan American Games final of the 200 meters after two rounds of action Thursday at York University while current Aggie Lindon Victor placed seventh in the decathlon. Facey, a member of the Texas A&M Hall of Fame, won her prelim race in 22.95 seconds (1.9 […]

Cowboys RB Randle Gets 6 Months of Probation for Mall Theft

McKINNEY, Texas (AP) _ Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle has been put on six months of probation for stealing $123 worth of cologne and underwear from a Texas mall. Collin County jail records reviewed Friday show that Randle pleaded guilty to misdemeanor theft in a plea deal involving his Oct. 13 arrest. A judge […]

Altuve’s Walkoff Homer Lifts Astros Over Boston 5-4

HOUSTON (AP) _ Jose Altuve homered with one out in the bottom of the ninth, the last of his four hits, and the Houston Astros beat Boston 5-4 on Thursday night, extending the Red Sox’s losing streak to a season-high eight games. The game was tied at 4-all when Altuve connected off Craig Breslow (0-1) […]

Kazmir Coming Home to Houston

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) _ The July trading deadline in baseball is approaching and the Athletics and Astros have worked out a deal. Lefty Scott Kazmir is leaving Oakland for his home town of Houston. In return, the A’s are getting a pair of minor leaguers. Kazmir went 5-5 with a 2.38 ERA in 18 starts […]

Shamier Little captures Pan Am Games 400H title, remains undefeated

TORONTO – Shamier Little added another 400-meter hurdle title to her impressive résumé as she remained undefeated in the event this season with a winning time of 55.50 seconds to secure the Pan American Games title at York University on Wednesday evening. The Aggie sophomore, stationed in lane four, had solid competition with Sparkle McKnight […]

Former A&M All-American Bone Named WNBA All-Star

NEW YORK- Former Texas A&M All-American Kelsey Bone was named to the WNBA Eastern Conference All-Star team on Tuesday. Bone, who plays for All-Star hosts Connecticut, is a reserve for the game on Saturday, July 25 in Mohegan Sun Arena. Bone is the second Aggie to be selected to a WNBA All-Star game, joining Danielle […]

Rockets re-sign McDaniels to multiyear deal

HOUSTON (AP) _ The Houston Rockets have re-signed restricted free agent K.J. McDaniels to a multiyear deal. McDaniels came to Houston in February in a trade with Philadelphia. He appeared in 62 games as a rookie last season for the 76ers and Rockets. He averaged 7.9 points, 3.2 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 1.1 blocks. The […]

Shamier Little Advances to Pan Am Games Final in 400 Hurdles

TORONTO – Texas A&M sophomore Shamier Little posted the top qualifying time in the semifinals of the 400 hurdles at the Pan American Games while Aggie senior Shavez Hart advanced to the semifinal of the 100 meters during the first day of track and field events at York University. Amid a windy morning session Little, […]

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