The 17th ranked Texas A&M football team will travel to Starkville, Mississippi, on Saturday for the team’s first true road game of the season. Despite being the higher ranked team, the Aggies find themselves as four-point underdogs.
The Texas A&M men’s and women’s track & field teams will compete away from Aggieland for the 2023 indoor and outdoor seasons as construction for a series of improvements and expansions to athletics venues is underway.
By Brad Marquardt / Texas A&M Athletic Communications
Texas A&M sophomore Vishnu Sadagopan tallied a hard-fought 1-up victory over Auburn’s Brendon Valdes to clinch the No. 17 Aggies 3-2 match play win over No. 13 Auburn at the SEC Match Play Preview on Tuesday at the Old Overton Club.
Texas A&M football overcame a slow start on Saturday to take down Arkansas 23-21. The Aggies failed to convert a first down in the first quarter but were helped out a lot by their defense, including Demani Richardson’s touchdown after Tyreek Chappell’s fumble recovery.
Led by another strong effort by junior Daniel Rodrigues, the No. 17 Texas A&M men’s golf team finished fourth after stroke play at SEC Match Play Preview on Monday and will face No. 13 Auburn in match play on Tuesday at the Old Overton Club.
The Texas A&M women’s team made a strong showing at the Fall Ranked Spotlight, hosted by N.C. State, while four Aggies competed at the ITA Texas Regional Championships in Fort Worth, Texas and Carson Branstine made an appearance at the ITF 15K in Lubbock, Texas.
Texas A&M football’s Antonio Johnson was named the Southeastern Conference co-Defensive Player of the Week, announced by the league office Monday morning. This is the first SEC weekly honor of his career.
Texas A&M junior Daniel Rodrigues was just three strokes off the individual lead and the No. 17 Aggie men’s golf team was tied for fifth at 11-under par after the first two rounds of the SEC Match Play Preview on Sunday at the par 70, 7,204-yard Old Overton Club.
Devon Achane rushed for 159 yards and a touchdown, Demani Richardson sprinted the final 82 yards on a wild fumble return for another score and No. 23 Texas A&M beat 10th-ranked Arkansas 23-21 on Saturday night.
Scoreless match in the 52nd minute when A&M keeper Kenna Caldwell blocks a shot that will deflect off Karlina Samples' foot and into the net for an own goal. It winds up being the only score in the match as Mississippi State prevails 1-0.
The A&M Consolidated Tigers will hit the road for the first time this season as they open up District 11-5A Division I play. Consol (2-1) will take on Georgetown. A&M Consolidated Head Football Coach Lee Fedora says the Eagles (2-1) will present a threat on both sides of the football.