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Bobby Kleinecke named Head Tennis Coach at Rudder High School

Bryan ISD is exited to announce the hiring of Bobby Kleinecke as Head Tennis Coach at Rudder.  Coach Kleinecke was most recently the Head Tennis Coach for Willis ISD He was Head Women’s Tennis Coach at A&M from 1985 -2011 Inducted into the Texas Tennis Coaches Association (TTCA) Hall of Fame 2011 Elected President of […]

Former Texas A&M ace Mengden to start Saturday for A’s

By Jane Lee / MLB.com The A’s will call on pitching prospect Daniel Mengden to start Saturday’s game in Cincinnati, according to a baseball source. The right-hander will be making his Major League debut. The club has not commented on or confirmed the move. Mengden, who is ranked No. 14 among Oakland prospects, has absolutely […]

College Station Falls to Alamo Heights in 5A State Semifinals, 5-2

A big inning led to the College Station Cougars undoing as they fell to the Alamo Heights Mules, 5-2 in the 5A State Semifinals Thursday in Round Rock, TX. With the scored tied 1-1 in the bottom of the fourth, the Mules took advantage of two College Station errors and a bases loaded walk to […]

Collegiate javelin record for Maggie Malone, NCAA decathlon title for Lindon Victor

EUGENE – Texas A&M senior Maggie Malone broke the collegiate record as she won the NCAA javelin title with a throw of 204 feet as junior Lindon Victor became the first Aggie to win a NCAA decathlon with a score of 8,379 during Thursday’s action in front of 9,027 fans at Hayward Field. Malone’s winning […]

Fielder homers, Rangers top Astros; Correa hurt

By SCHUYLER DIXON ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) _ Prince Fielder homered for the first time since briefly getting benched, Jurickson Profar got two more hits and the Texas Rangers beat the Houston Astros 5-3 Thursday. Astros shortstop Carlos Correa appeared to injure his left ankle when he stumbled over the first base bag running out a […]

Astros finally beat the Rangers 3-1, Darvish early exit

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) _ Jose Altuve hit a tiebreaking two-run double in the seventh inning and the Houston Astros finally beat the Rangers, 3-1 on Wednesday night in a game Texas starter Yu Darvish exited earlier than expected. Darvish, in only his third start for the Rangers since Tommy John surgery in March 2015, left […]

NCAA javelin silver for Ioannis Kryiazis, school record in 800m for Donavan Brazier

EUGENE – First day of action at the NCAA Championships included a runner-up finish for Ioannis Kyriazis in the javelin, a school record for the Aggie freshman Donavan Brazier in the 800m and Lindon Victor is on pace to threaten his decathlon record. A final round throw of 253-3 (77.25) by Kryiazis moved him from […]

No. 2 Aggie Baseball gearing up to take on No. 12 TCU in NCAA Super Regionals

The #2 Texas A&M Baseball Team is getting set to host the #12 TCU Horned Frogs in the College Station NCAA Super Regionals this weekend at Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park. The Aggies swept their way through the College Station Regional last weekend, capping it off with an 8-2 win over Minnesota on Sunday. […]

USTFCCCA region honors for Lindon Victor and assistant coach Kris Grimes

EUGENE – Texas A&M junior Lindon Victor added another postseason honor to his collection prior to starting the NCAA Championship decathlon on Wednesday. This week he was named USTFCCCA South Central Field Athlete of the Year while Aggie assistant coach Kris Grimes earned South Central men’s Assistant Coach of the Year accolades. Following his SEC Championship […]

Sharapova suspended for two years

LONDON (AP) _ Maria Sharapova has been suspended for two years by the International Tennis Federation for a failed drug test during the Australian Open. She has been provisionally suspended after admitting she took meldonium, which she says she was unaware was banned. Sharapova plans to appeal the suspension.

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