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Aggies Announce the Addition of Josh Nebo

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Josh Nebo, who earned Northeast Conference Defensive Player of the Year honors last season while playing at Saint Francis [PA], is set to join the Texas A&M men’s basketball program the school announced on Wednesday. “I am really excited to add Josh to our program,” Texas A&M head coach Billy Kennedy […]

My Aggie Nation Podcast: Joel Davis talks A&M baseball turnaround

In this week’s episode, Texas A&M first baseman Joel Davis discusses the Aggie’s turnaround in SEC play after starting the conference slate 0-5. Hosts Travis L. Brown and Zach Taylor break down the week in Aggie baseball and softball and analyze the football team’s Maroon & White scrimmage. Also, A&M softball left fielder Keeli Milligan […]

Stars bring back Hitchcock as coach

By STEPHEN WHYNO A person with direct knowledge of the situation says Ken Hitchcock is returning to coach the Dallas Stars. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Wednesday because the team hadn’t announced the hire. Hitchcock won the Stanley Cup with Dallas in 1999, coaching there for parts of seven […]

SEC Athlete of the Week accolades for Robert Grant, Devin Dixon and Jaevin Reed

Three Texas A&M track and field athletes received SEC honors this week as Robert Grant shared the SEC Runner of the Week accolade while Freshman Athlete of the Week honors were awarded to Devin Dixon and Jaevin Reed. Grant produced a Division I leading time of 49.40 seconds in the 400m hurdles, just off his […]

Spike Dykes, revered former coach at Texas Tech, dead at 79

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) _ Spike Dykes, the folksy West Texas native who led TexasTech to its only Cotton Bowl when that game was reserved for the SouthwestConference champion, has died. He was 79. School spokesman Matt Dowdy said Dykes died Monday in Horseshoe Bay, Texas,near Austin. There was no immediate word on a cause of […]

Coleman Tabbed SEC Freshman of the Week

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M catcher Hunter Coleman was named SEC Freshman of the Week following the Aggies’ week in which the Maroon and White finished 3-1, including winning two of three against No. 11 Auburn, the league announced on Monday. The Midland, Texas native helped lead the Aggies to a series victory against […]

Kolek Pitches Aggies to Rubber Match Win vs. No. 11 Auburn

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Stephen Kolek threw eight innings of one-run baseball to lead the Texas A&M Aggies over the No. 11 Auburn Tigers, 3-1, Sunday on Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park. Kolek (2-2) set career highs in innings and strikeouts in his lights out performance. The sophomore scattered five hits and gave up […]

No. 5 Aggies Shutout Oklahoma State, 7-0, to Complete Sweep

COLLEGE STATION –The fifth-ranked Texas A&M Softball team marked their 13th shutout of the season after their 7-0 victory over Oklahoma State Sunday afternoon at the Aggie Softball Complex. Lexi Smith (10-0) continued her undefeated season after tossing a one-hit complete game. The Temple, Texas, native was dominant in the circle, striking out nine Cowgirls, […]

Aggies Tame The Tigers in Final Regular Season Road Match

AUBURN, Alabama – The No. 7 Texas A&M men’s tennis team swept Auburn, 4-0, Sunday afternoon at the Yarborough Tennis Center in Auburn, Alabama. The Aggies improved to 17-5 on the year and 10-1 in league play, while the Tigers fell to 13-12 this season and 3-7 in conference action. The Aggies bounced back from […]

Audie Wyatt breaks Texas A&M pole vault record at Sun Angel Classic

TEMPE – Audie Wyatt claimed the pole vault title at the Sun Angel Classic and came away with three records in the process of clearing 18 feet, 8.25 inches (5.70). He improved the Texas A&M school record of 18-6.5 (5.65) he shared with Chase Wolfle along with meet and facility records. “Today was a great […]

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