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Texas A&M Baseball’s game for Friday postponed

FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas – Friday evening’s game between Texas A&M and Arkansas has been postponed due to inclement weather. The teams will play a doubleheader Saturday with the first game slated for 2 pm. Story courtesy of Texas A&M Athletics

Blackie Sherrod, longtime Texas sports writer, dead at 96

DALLAS (AP) _ Blackie Sherrod, the longtime Texas sportswriter and mentor to some of the nation’s top writers, has died at his Dallas home. He was 96. Wife Joyce Sherrod told The Dallas Morning News her husband died Thursday afternoon after a week in hospice care. Sherrod was Texas Sportswriter of the Year a record […]

Texas A&M’s Ifedi Selected in First Round of the 2016 NFL Draft

CHICAGO – Texas A&M three-year offensive line starter Germain Ifedi was drafted No. 31 overall in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday, which extended the Aggies’ streak of consecutive years with at least one first-round selection to six. Ifedi, from Westside High School in Houston, Texas, was […]

2016 NFL Draft: First Round

Los Angeles Rams (traded with Tennessee) – Jared Goff, QB (California) Philadelphia Eagles (traded with Cleveland) – Carson Wentz, QB (North Dakota State) San Diego Chargers – Joey Bosa, DE (Ohio State) Dallas Cowboys – Ezekiel Elliott, RB (Ohio State) Jacksonville Jaguars – Jalen Ramsey, DB (Florida State) Baltimore Ravens – Ronnie Stanley, OT (Notre […]

Board of Regents Approves new Aggie Softball Field

COLLEGE STATION – The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents approved construction of Texas A&M’s new softball stadium, located at the corner of Tom Chandler Road and Penberthy Road. The $28.6 million project is scheduled to begin shortly and completed in advance of the 2018 season. “I am thrilled we are moving forward with […]

Texas A&M Board of Regents Approves Future Track and Field Stadium

Texas A&M’s nationally-ranked track and field program will have a new outdoor venue to call home soon following the approval of new stadium projects by The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents in April of 2016. Designs for the new track and field facility, which will be a 52,000 square foot complex, includes a […]

Rangers edge A-Rod, Yankees; Altuve leads Astros past M’s

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) _ Elvis Andrus had a tiebreaking RBI triple and Texas beat the New York Yankees 3-2 on Wednesday night, when former Rangers shortstop Alex Rodriguez hit his 100th homer in the stadium. A-Rod’s 690th career homer gave him triple digits in the Rangers’ ballpark. He hit 86 at home for Texas from […]

Anderson-Shiro names longtime Navasota assistant its head football coach

By LARRY BOWEN Longtime Navasota assistant coach Sean Witherwax has been chosen as the new head football coach and athletic director at Anderson-Shiro. In luring Witherwax 9 miles up State Highway 90, Anderson-Shiro officials landed a first-time head football coach with plenty of winning and offense on his resume. Witherwax spent the last 11 years […]

Warriors roll into second round of playoffs without Curry

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) _ Klay Thompson scored 27 points with seven 3-pointers and the Golden State Warriors rolled into the second round of the playoffs without injured superstar Stephen Curry, thoroughly embarrassing the Houston Rockets 114-81 Wednesday night in Game 5. Draymond Green added 15 points, nine rebounds and eight assists for the Warriors. So […]

No. 18 Aggies, Milligan break school records in 6-3 win at Texas State

Photo courtesy of Texas A&M Athletics SAN MARCOS, Texas – The No. 18 Texas A&M softball team and freshman Keeli Milligan broke school records Wednesday as the Aggies defeated Texas State, 6-3, at Bobcat Softball Stadium. The six runs by the Aggies (34-14) give the team 367 on the season, surpassing the record of 366 […]

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