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Posted: 10:15 AM COLLEGE STATION, Texas - The Texas A&M Aggies travel to Corvallis, Oregon to participate in their 29th NCAA Division I Championship The Aggies play the UCSB Gauchos on Friday at 2 pm Central.
Updated: 6:47 PM The Texas A&M Archery Team captured its 15th National Championship today following today's results at the Intercollegiate Archery Championships in Cedar City, Utah.
The overall championship awarded to the Aggies after a 1st place finish in Men's Recurve, Men's Compound, Women's Compound, and a 3rd place finish in Women's Compound
Posted: 9:56 AM Texas A&M University today received approval from the A&M System Board of Regents to proceed with one of the largest college football stadium redevelopments in history, with a project cost of $450 million and a future stadium capacity of 102,500.
Updated: 6:50 PM For the first time in program history, the Texas A&M football team has produced a top 10 NFL Draft selection in three straight years after All-America offensive tackle Luke Joeckel was picked No. 2 overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday at Radio City Music Hall.
Posted: 10:47 AM Texas A&M All-American offensive tackle Luke Joeckel (Arlington, Texas) has been projected as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft on Thursday, which would be a first for the Aggie football program.
Updated: 9:40 AM Last weekend did not treat the Aggie baseball team kindly. In 3 games vs. Mississippi State at home in College Station, A&M was outscored 27-9, then dropped another one at Sam Houston St. on Tuesday evening by a final score of 9-8 in 11 innings.
Posted: 9:28 AM Texas A&M Junior post player Kelsey Bone was selected 5th overall in the WNBA Draft Monday night in Bristol, Connecticut. Bone becomes the first Aggie ever selected in the first round of the WNBA Draft.
Updated: 5:34 PM The 9th-ranked Texas A&M women's basketball team earned a No. 3 seed in its eighth consecutive NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championship as the field of 64 was announced on Selection Monday.