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Aggie trio – Fred Kerley, Ioannis Kyriazis, Lindon Victor – semifinalists for Bowerman Award

NEW ORLEANS – Semifinalists for the men’s Bowerman Award were announced today by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association and three Aggies were among the 10 athletes named. Texas A&M’s trio on the semifinalists list include Fred Kerley, Ioannis Kyriazis and Lindon Victor. All three claimed national titles in their respective […]

Champ Shines in U.S. Open First Round

ERIN, Wisconsin — Texas A&M’s Cameron Champ made an impression on Thursday by firing a two-under 70 to hold a tie for 12th place following the opening round of the 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills. The Sacramento, Calif., native carded five birdies and 10 pars on the day to stand out as the second-highest […]

Astros give Cuban pitcher Rodriguez $1.9M signing bonus

HOUSTON (AP) _ The Astros have agreed to a minor league contract with 20-year-old Cuban right-hander Elian Rodriguez that includes a $1.9 million signing bonus. The deal was announced Thursday, the last day of the 2016-17 signing period. The deal raises Houston’s international signing bonus total to $10,757,500, well above its $2,197,000 signing bonus pool, […]

Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield won’t miss games after arrest

By CLIFF BRUNT Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield won’t miss any game time after his arrest in February. The school will require Mayfield, a Heisman Trophy finalist last season, to do 35 hours of community service and participate in an alcohol education program. He will be eligible to play in the opener at home Sept. 2 […]

Aggies Have Four Selected on Final Day of MLB Draft

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – A trio of Aggie pitchers were selected on the final day of 2017 MLB First-Year Player Draft along with senior outfielder Nick Choruby, bringing Texas A&M’s final tally to six. After Corbin Martin and Brigham Hill were drafted on the first two days, Cason Sherrod was the third Aggie draftee as […]

My Aggie Nation Podcast: Aggies follow Walker Pennington’s experience to Omaha

In this week’s episode, A&M outfielder Walker Pennington joins the show to break down the Aggies’ journey to Omaha and retell his experiences with the College World Series while playing for TCU. Also, Baseball America college baseball writer Michael Lananna takes a look at the whole CWS field. Finally, hosts Travis L. Brown and Zach […]

Lindon Victor awarded a second National Field Athlete of the Year honor

NEW ORLEANS – Texas A&M senior Lindon Victor earned National Field Athlete of the Year honors for a season that included breaking the collegiate record in the decathlon twice along with defending his titles at the SEC and NCAA Championships. It’s the second consecutive year for Victor to win the award. National Athletes of the […]

Dillard Hired as new Head Baseball Coach at Bryan High

James Dillard is a former graduate of Bryan High School, who played his baseball under Coach Harry Francis. Coach Dillard has been a Head Baseball coach for the last 11 years. He started his head coaching career at Normangee High School, before moving on to O’ Donnell High School. After O’Donnell, Dillard moved on to […]

Darvish Leads Rangers Past Astros

Yu Darvish pitched seven solid innings and Nomar Mazara hit a three-run homer as the Rangers handed the Astros their fifth loss in seven games, 6-1. Darvish blanked the American League’s top team until Alex Bregman’s RBI single in the fifth. Rougned Odor and Joey Gallo laced back-to-back doubles to put Texas ahead 2-0 in […]

Warriors take rubber series for 2nd title in 3 years

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) _ The Golden State Warriors brought Kevin Durant to the Bay Area last summer for the express purpose of winning an NBA title and erasing the memory of last year’s collapse against Cleveland in the finals. Mission accomplished. Durant pumped in 39 points and the Warriors won their second championship in three […]

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