Texas A&M women’s tennis resumed its fall tournament schedule on Friday at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center, as the Aggies logged six overall victories on the first day of the Aggie Halloween Classic. A&M earned two wins in doubles and four in singles to round out an excellent start to the tournament.
One of the big highlights of the 2020 Aggie football team is the strong play from the offensive line. Last year, the unit dealt with injuries and received criticism for their pass protection. The Aggies allowed 33 sacks in 2019, the highest total in the Southeastern Conference.
Texas A&M women’s swimming & diving added a pair of Southeastern Conference weekly honors, as senior Jing Wen Quah and freshman Chloe Stepanek were recognized for the first time in their collegiate careers for their performances against Rice, the league announced Tuesday.
Texas A&M sophomore William Paysse fired a 7-under 64 and all four Aggie scorers turned in under-par rounds as the Aggie men’s golf team challenged for the day one lead at the Legends Collegiate Invitational on Sunday at the Vanderbilt Legends Club.
Following an opening-weekend sweep of the LSU Tigers, No. 7 Texas A&M volleyball embarks on its first road trip of the 2020 campaign, as the Aggies (2-0) take on the Ole Miss Rebels (0-0) in a pair of battles from the Gillom Athletics Performance Center.
Texas A&M Men’s Basketball hits the road to take on Kansas State on January 30 in the eighth annual SEC/Big 12 Challenge, which features 10 games between two of the nation’s premier college basketball conferences.
Texas A&M junior Shaine Casas' record-breaking start to the 2020-21 season earned him SEC Men’s Swimmer of the Week honors, the league office announced Tuesday. This is the second time in his career he has garnered the weekly accolade.
Texas A&M’s Isaiah Spiller claimed Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Player of the Week Honorable Mention honors for the second consecutive week after his stellar performance in Saturday’s 28-17 victory at Mississippi State, SPORTyler announced Tuesday morning.
The second season of the Buzz Williams era at Texas A&M features an exciting, but abbreviated non-conference slate highlighted by one of the most challenging tournaments, four home games and a neutral site contest in Fort Worth.
Texas A&M’s middle blocker Mallory Talbert was named the Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Week after leading the Aggies with 15 blocks in two matches, the league office announced Monday.
The No. 8 Texas A&M Volleyball team fought off the LSU Tigers in five sets (23-25, 25-22, 25-27, 25-15, 15-10) on Sunday afternoon at Reed Arena. The Aggies improve to 2-0 overall, while the Tigers fall to 0-2.
Texas A&M women’s tennis completed the Texas A&M Fall Invite with five wins on Sunday at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center. Four Aggies earned singles wins and one A&M doubles team secured a victory on the final day of tournament play.
Texas A&M women’s tennis continued its streak of excellent play on Saturday, recording six overall victories on day two of the Texas A&M Fall Invite from the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center. All six Aggies earned at least one win on the day, with three earning both a singles and doubles victory.
The Texas A&M Men’s and Women’s Cross Country programs hosted its lone meet of the season placing third in the men’s standings and fourth in the women’s standings in the Arturo Barrios Invitational at the Watts Cross Country Course.
Texas A&M women’s tennis came out of the gates swinging Friday, as the Aggies recorded nine wins overall on day one of the Texas A&M Fall Invite at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center. A&M knocked off seven months' worth of rust to secure five singles wins and four doubles victories in a dominant all-around performance.
The Texas A&M men’s swimming & diving team started the season off strong on the first day of the two-day First Chance Invitational at Jamail Texas Swim Center. The Aggies raced against Texas and SMU in the swimming.