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Sahara Jones

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A&M makes its return to the dance to face the Huskers on Friday in Oregon
11:46
1 mo ago by Kay Naegeli
A&M makes its return to the dance to face the Huskers on Friday in Oregon
Texas A&M women's basketball is back in the NCAA Tournament after a two-year absence, facing off against six-seed Nebraska. The Aggies roster has little NCAA Tournament experience, however, A&M head coach Joni Taylor is making her fifth appearance in March Madness.
Press Conference: Taylor, A&M react to at-large bid in NCAA Tournament
16:03
2 mo ago by TexAgs
Press Conference: Taylor, A&M react to at-large bid in NCAA Tournament
In just her second season at Texas A&M, Joni Taylor's Aggies are a No. 11 seed in the NCAA Tournament and will face No. 6 seed Nebraska on Friday night in Corvallis, Oregon. On Monday morning, Taylor, Maliyah Johnson and Sahara Jones addressed the media.
Press Conference: Taylor, A&M travel to Knoxville for Thursday contest
11:23
2 mo ago by TexAgs
Press Conference: Taylor, A&M travel to Knoxville for Thursday contest
Texas A&M women's basketball is fighting for a spot in the NCAA Tournament as the final week of the regular season begins with a trip to Knoxville. On Tuesday, Joni Taylor, Aicha Coulibaly and Sahara Jones spoke to the media ahead of a Thursday clash with the Lady Vols.
Lack of ball security leads to postseason insecurity as Auburn downs Ags
2 mo ago by Kay Naegeli
Lack of ball security leads to postseason insecurity as Auburn downs Ags
A significantly flawed outing added another blemish to Texas A&M's resume as the Auburn Tigers took care of the Aggies, 57-41, on Sunday. An inexcusable 29 turnovers halted A&M's offensive efforts, with no Aggie player finishing in double-digits.
Second-half rally erases 14-point deficit as Ags down Hogs, 73-67
15:22
2 mo ago by Luke Evangelist
Second-half rally erases 14-point deficit as Ags down Hogs, 73-67
Trailing by 10 at halftime, a furious third-quarter rally lifted Texas A&M out of the hole as the Aggies came back to beat Arkansas on Thursday night, 73-67. Janiah Barker scored 16 points in the winning effort to lead a group of four Aggies in double figures.
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