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Around Aggieland (11/1)

November 1, 2019
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Events Around Aggieland 11/1-11/3

Women’s Golf

As their fall season comes to a close, the A&M Women’s Golf team will compete at the battle of the beach in San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico, this weekend. The ladies will be facing some of the country’s top talent, including eight top-50 teams, and the Aggies sit at #42 themselves. Tee off for the Aggies is at 10:30 AM Friday; you can keep up with live scoring here.

Women’s Tennis

Jessica Anzo and Dorthea Faa-Hviding of the Women’s Tennis team head to Austin this weekend for the Texas Invitational. Doubles matches begin on Friday at 10 a.m. and will be followed by two rounds of singles matches. 

Cross Country

Cross Country’s season is coming to a head as they compete in the SEC Championship in Lexington, Kentucky. Both teams raced Friday morning, the Aggie men finishing 5th, the Women’s team finishing in 9th. 

Equestrian

Second-ranked Aggie Equestrian will host #8 South Carolina this weekend in their home opener. The Aggies are coming off a 10-8 upset of the Georgia Bulldogs who were in the #2 seat before A&M claimed it. The meet begins at 11 a.m. Friday at the Hildebrand Equine Complex. Live-Scoring can be found here

Softball

Fall Softball is here in Aggieland this weekend, with a doubleheader against Weatherford College on Friday. Games are at 4 pm, and 6 pm at Davis Diamond and admission is free for all Aggie fall softball games. 

Women’s Swimming and Diving

Rivals will clash Friday evening as #16 A&M Women’s Swimming and Diving hosts #8 Texas at the Rec Center Natatorium in College Station. The Aggie women’s team upset #14 Ohio State in their sole competition this season, putting them at 1-0. The meet begins at 6 pm and will be streamed on SEC+. 

Men’s Swimming and Diving

Men’s Swimming and Diving is sure to be challenged by #2 Texas at their rival meet in College Station Friday at 6 pm. Currently, the Aggie Men hold the #7 spot in the nation after their upset of #5 Ohio State. You can catch the action on SEC+.

Women’s Basketball

At 6 pm on Friday in Reed Arena, Women’s Basketball will open their season with an exhibition match against Oklahoma City Stars. The A&M team is ranked 6th and has an opportunity to continue a 12 exhibition game winning streak. Both Women’s and Men’s Basketball would love for fans to contribute to Aggies CAN by bringing canned food to the game to benefit Brazos Valley Food Bank and 12thCan. Admission is free for this game, and it will not be broadcast on radio, television, or any online streaming services.

Men’s Basketball

The Buzz Williams era begins on Friday as the Men’s Basketball team welcomes A&M Kingsville for Buzz’s inaugural exhibition match. The Aggie team includes four returning starters, along with new additions recruited by Buzz Williams and his staff. Both Women’s and Men’s Basketball would love for fans to contribute to Aggies CAN by bringing canned food to the game to benefit Brazos Valley Food Bank and 12thCan. Admission is free for this game. Admission is free to this game, and it will not be broadcast on radio, television, or any online streaming services. 

Volleyball

With a record of 14-5 and the excitement of a recent 3-0 win over the Georgia Bulldogs, Women’s Volleyball travels to Lexington, Kentucky, on Friday.  The Aggies will serve it up against #15 Kentucky at 6 pm tonight, and you can catch the game on SEC+. They will come back home on Sunday to challenge the #24 Missouri Tigers at 2 pm at Reed Arena. Both games will be available on SEC+.

Football

UTSA comes to College Station to take on the Aggies on Saturday at 11 am, and the Aggies will look to extend their two-game win streak. The game will be available on SECN, TAMUSN, 1620 AM, SIRIUS 105/XM 190.

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