Eve of Selection Monday: Will A&M get top-eight seed?
Texas A&M or Vanderbilt? The weekend's games only added to the intrigue. The Aggies' resume speaks for itself, but who reaps the rewards will boils down to a small set of factors and one committee's opinion.
Five Thoughts: Aggies survive and advance in regional play
A&M pounded out 16 hits and got a four-hit effort from senior Krey Bratsen and a clutch relief outing from junior right-hander Corey Ray, grabbing a 7-3 win over George Mason on day two of the Houston Regional.
Five Thoughts: Aggies and Longhorns ... when it matters most
The Texas A&M baseball team received a berth in the NCAA Tournament for the eighth straight season and will open up the Houston Regional by taking on longtime rival Texas in game one of the NCAAs at Rice.
Gary Blair talks NCAA Tournament at Reed, March Madness
Texas A&M women's basketball head coach joined Gabe Bock to discuss recruiting season, match up with North Dakota in the opening round at Reed, the NCAA Tournament as a whole and much more.
A&M's season ends with 6-1 loss to Beavers
The Aggie baseball team climbed out of the loser's bracket to get to the Corvallis Regional final but fell to No. 3 Oregon State on Sunday, ending the season at the regional round for the second straight year.
Baseball Notes: Corvallis Regional
On the eve of the Aggies' quest to continue its season with a run through Oregon State, UC-Santa Barbara and UTSA in regional action, Gabe Bock has a few notes and an interview with A&M coach Rob Childress.
Childress, players react to NCAA Tournament bid
TexAgs was on the scene at Olsen and spoke to A&M head coach Rob Childress and players following the announcement that the Ags had made it back to the NCAAs and are headed to Oregon St for regional play.
Aggies headed to NCAA Tournament for seventh straight season
The Texas A&M baseball team received great news on Monday morning during the NCAA Tournament selection show. They Aggies are into the NCAA Tournament and are headed to Oregon St. for regional play.
Thoughts: Self-defeats, farewells & moving on
The regional host Aggie baseball team dropped a 10-2 loss to TCU on Sunday, shooting itself in the foot enough to bow out of the NCAA Tournament. Gabe Bock wraps up the 2012 season and looks ahead.
Early end to A&M's season is sad for many reasons
Against TCU, the bats continued to struggle and the stellar pitching fans had become accustomed to ran out, knocking A&M out of its own regional before the final. It's time to say goodbye to an era of Aggie baseball.
Thoughts: Facing elimination, Aggies have decisions ahead
A&M blew several opportunities at the plate and in the field on Saturday, dropping a winnable game against Ole Miss. Needing to win three games in two days, Rob Childress must look at the lineup and to the mound.
Aggies' own missteps land them in elimination game
The officiating between A&M and Ole Miss found itself under the microscope, but the Aggies blew several chances to take a 2-0 record into Sunday. More failed offense put A&M on the brink in its own regional.
Thoughts: A&M shows mixed bag in 4-1 win against Dayton
Eleven runners left on base are concerning, but the first-seeded Aggies took an easy win against the Flyers in Blue Bell Park on Friday evening, sending Michael Wacha off right in what might be his last home start.
A&M, Ole Miss victories set stage for big SEC matchup
The Aggies took care of business on Friday, while the Rebels came from behind against TCU to force a winner's bracket game between future conference foes — exactly what a packed Olsen Field would ask for.
On Mark Johnson, the CS Regional & the ultimate goal
With the second season beginning, TexAgs contributor and A&M baseball legend John Scheschuk sounds off on Mark Johnson's induction into the A&M Sports Hall of Fame and the 2012 team's postseason potential.