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Garrett, Matthews Named Preseason First-Team All-SEC by Head Coaches

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Texas A&M’s Myles Garrett and Mike Matthews led a six-player Aggie contingent on the preseason All-Southeastern Conference team as voted on by the conference’s head coaches, the SEC office announced on Tuesday. Garrett and Matthews were named to the All-SEC first team – Garrett at defensive line and Matthews at offensive center. […]

Beltran Hits Sacrifice Fly in 9th; Yankees Beat Astros 1-0

NEW YORK (AP) _ Carlos Beltran hit a game-ending sacrifice fly after Oliver Perez walked the bases loaded, and the New York Yankees beat the Houston Astros 1-0 Monday night in a game highlighted by a tense duel between Nathan Eovaldi and Scott Feldman. Perez (0-1) entered in the ninth and gave New York fans […]

Rangers Roll, Astros Walk-off Once Again

RANGERS-TIGERS Napoli, Gimenez hit HRs as Rangers top Tigers 4-2 DETROIT (AP) _ Cole Hamels threw six strong innings, and Mike Napoli and Chris Gimenez homered as the Texas Rangers held onto the second America League wild card spot with a 4-2 win over the Detroit Tigers on Sunday. The Rangers, who have won nine […]

Starting Quarterback Named for Arizona State Game

COLLEGE STATION—Texas A&M Head Football Coach Kevin Sumlin announced today that Kyle Allen will be the starting quarterback in the Aggie’s season opener Sept. 5 against Arizona State in NRG Stadium in Houston. Allen, from Scottsdale, Ariz., was a true freshman in 2014 and started the final five games of the season and earned MVP […]

Aggies Claim Two SEC Weekly Awards

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The No. 5 Texas A&M Aggies claimed two of the three weekly awards bestowed by the Southeastern Conference following the opening weekend of action. Haley Pounds was named the SEC Offensive Player of the Week and Kate Hajdu was tabbed the SEC Freshman of the Week. The two were recognized following […]

Fabrice Lapierre Advances to World Championship Long Jump Final

BEIJING, China – Monday’s morning session at the IAAF World Championships, held in the Bird’s Nest stadium, included qualifying rounds for a pair of Aggies in the women’s discus and men’s long jump. Aggie grad Fabrice Lapierre, representing Australia, started off group B in the long jump qualifying with a 26-4 ¼ (8.03) effort. In […]

Dr. Jeff Guin Named Associate Athletics Director for Academics

COLLEGE STATION—Dr. Jeff Guin (GYOO-in) was named the Associate Athletics Director for Academics at Texas A&M University, Aggie Director of Athletics Eric Hyman announced Friday. “We are extremely pleased to have Jeff join our administrative team and help lead our academic efforts at Texas A&M University,” Hyman said. “We have made tremendous strides as our […]

Baylor University Football Player Convicted of Sexual Assault

WACO, Texas (AP) _ A one-time All-American who transferred to play football at Baylor University has been convicted of sexually assaulting a fellow student athlete in 2013. A jury in Texas district court found Sam Ukwuachu guilty Thursday of one count of sexual assault. Prosecutors say Ukwuachu sexually assaulted a former Baylor women’s soccer at […]

Texas A&M Sophomore In Canadian Pacific Women’s Open

VANCOUVER, B.C.- Texas A&M Sophomore Maddie Szeryk shot a 3-over 75 on the first day of the LPGA Canadian Pacific Women’s Open at Vancouver Golf Club. Szeryk had 15 pars on the par 72/6,656 yard course, only having three bogeys on the day. Szeryk hit 10 of 15 fairways and 13 of 18 greens on […]

Aggie Women’s Basketball Released 2015-16 Schedule

Texas A&M Women’s Basketball released its 2015-16 schedule on Thursday, a challenging slate that features 20 games against teams who reached the postseason in 2014-15. In addition, the television schedule for SEC play has been announced, with the Aggies having 12 games broadcast nationally, including two that are a part of whip-around coverage on the […]

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