Posted: 5:50 PM First pitch of this Sunday’s baseball game between Texas A&M and Kansas State at Olsen Field has been moved to 12 p.m. (CDT), school officials announced. The change was made to avoid conflict with the Wildcats’ travel plans back to Manhattan.
Updated: 11:26 PM Texas A&M senior Megan Gibson was named the Big 12 Pitcher of the Week for the fifth time this season, after logging three victories over No. 18 Baylor and Missouri. Gibson has received eight conference weekly honors over the course of her Aggie career.
Updated: 11:40 PM No. 16 Texas A&M used a five-run first, three hits from Kyle Colligan and a four-RBI night by Dane Carter to record its fifth straight victory with an 8-1 win over Stephen F. Austin Tuesday night before 3,464 fans at Olsen Field.
Updated: 7:21 AM Texas A&M’s record-setting run in the 2008 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship came to an end and one game short of the Final Four as the second-seeded Aggies fell to top-seeded and third-ranked Tennessee, 53-45, in the Oklahoma City Regional finals Tuesday night before a crowd of 9,341 at the Ford Center.
Updated: 9:56 PM Navasota Rattler Junior running back Dexter Pratt decided this afternooon to end all the speculation about where he will play his college football and announced that LSU was the place for him.
Updated: 12:37 PM Cowabunga Aggies! The second-seeded and eighth-ranked Texas A&M women’s basketball team (29-7) continues to make history by riding the waves to its first-ever NCAA Elite Eight appearance in the 34-year existence of the program. The Aggies have made a big splash on the national scene winning 16 of their last 17 including a school-record 12 straight against the best of the best in all of women’s college basketball.
Posted: 9:09 PM The Texas A&M men’s golf team is No. 17 in the latest Golfweek magazine national rankings. Junior Bronson Burgoon (The Woodlands, Texas) is 40th and freshman Nacho Elvira (Santander, Spain) is 52nd in the individual ratings.
Posted: 8:55 PM MSL Sports and Entertainment today announced that it will postpone Gridiron Bash™ at the scheduled 16 participating Division I football universities nationwide until Fall, 2008, due to an interpretation by a member conference regarding student athletes’ participation at the events.
Posted: 11:29 PM Eighth-ranked Texas A&M is Elite-Eight bound for the first time in school history after defeating Duke, 77-63, in the regional semifinals of the 2008 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship held Sunday night before a favorably Aggie crowd of 10,032 at the Ford Center.
Posted: 9:52 PM After having the start of their match pushed back over an hour due to rain delays, the Texas A&M men’s tennis team dropped a hard fought match 4-3 to Oklahoma State on Sunday at the Mitchell Tennis Center.
Updated: 9:54 PM SAN ANTONIO - With just a few weeks remaining in the
regular season, the defending NBA champions appear to be peaking at
the right time. Tony Parker and Michael Finley scored 22 points
apiece to lead San Antonio's 109-88 romp over the visiting Houston
Rockets. The Spurs had the lead for nearly the entire game and led
by as many as 25 points while notching their seventh straight win.
Posted: 7:38 PM MARTINSVILLE, Va. - Denny Hamlin foiled Jeff Burton's
late-race strategy of staying out while the rest of the leaders
pitted, passing his fellow Virginia native on the 427th of 500 laps
at Martinsville and holding on for his fourth career victory.
Updated: 9:55 PM The Texas A&M women’s tennis team improved to a perfect 4-0 in Big 12 play this season with a dominant 7-0 win over Iowa State on a rain-soaked Sunday afternoon at the Mitchell Tennis Center.
Posted: 6:59 PM DETROIT - And then there were ones.
Four Number-1s, that is.
Kansas wore down Stephen (STEH'-fihn) Curry and plucky Davidson
with its size and strength and held on for a 59-57 victory to win
the Midwest Regional. That puts all four Number-1 seeds into the
Final Four for the first time.
Updated: 9:55 PM Texas A&M junior Brad Raiford became the fifth Aggie swimmer to earn a spot at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials with a strong 50-meter freestyle swim at the Post-NCAA Long Course Invitational on Sunday at the King County Aquatic Center.
Posted: 6:34 PM LAWRENCE, Kan.- Senior Darby Brown hit two home runs and drove in a career-high six on Sunday afternoon to lead No. 20 Texas A&M to a 10-8, come-from-behind win at Kansas before 739 fans at Hoglund Ballpark.