It was a tough loss for the Aggies and their fans but those fans kept their Aggie spirit high as they left the game.
As soon as the final Aggie out was recorded at TD Ameritrade Park fans slowly made their way to the gate.
And as soon as they got to the gate, the sky above Omaha decided to open up making the loss that much more difficult to deal with. But it didn't stop the Aggie fans from being proud of their team.
"There's a lot of Aggie fans all around the country that are very proud of them and this made my father's day being able to be here," said Randy Wuensche from Denton.
"I think they did a great job. I think they inspired each other and I think they stuck together as a team. I just want to congratulate the Texas A&M Aggies for making it to the College World Series," said fan Beverly Mendoza.
Over the past five days Aggie support in Omaha has incredible. Texas A&M has been a hot item here at retailers and the Aggies have been the subject of a lot of local affection.
After the game family, friends, and fans all gathered by the team bus wishing the guys the best before they left the ballpark.
The Texas A&M baseball team is scheduled to arrive in College Station Tuesday night.
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