Ryan MacDonald
Reporter
Ryan is a sophomore Communication major from Coppell, Texas and joined the TexAgs team in August of 2018. Prior to his internship with TexAgs, he spent the summer interning with Dave Campbellā€™s Texas Football. In his free time, he can be found tearing it up on the intramural fields or debating MJ vs. LeBron and whether or not Joe Flacco is elite.
Aggies hold on down the stretch to take second game over Army, 6-5
The Aggies held a confident four-run lead over Army throughout most of the contest, but the Black Knights were able to crawl back within one late in the game. Luckily, a clutch save by Bryce Miller in the ninth has the Ags looking for the sweep tomorrow.
FINAL at Olsen Field: No. 20 Texas A&M 6, Army 5
2 days ago by Ryan MacDonald
FINAL at Olsen Field: No. 20 Texas A&M 6, vs. Army 5 (Saturday)
Following a 12-3 A&M win in the opener, Christian Roa takes the mound for the Aggies as they look to clinch the series over the Army Black Knights. Follow along with Ryan MacDonald as he provides live updates of today's action.
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Offensive barrage continues as No. 20 A&M clinches opening series over Miami (OH) 9-2
Aggie baseball followed up their 17-1 Opening Night victory with a nine-run, 15-hit dominating performance against Miami (OH). Christian Roa shined on the mound as the junior hurled six innings will punching out 12 RedHawks.
FINAL: No. 20 Texas A&M 9, Miami (OH) 2
After a dominant showing at Olsen Field for Opening Day, the Aggies face Miami (Ohio) once again for a chance to win their first series of the year. Follow along live with Ryan MacDonald as he posts updates throughout the game.
FINAL: No. 20 Texas A&M 9, Miami (OH) 2 (Saturday)
9 days ago by Ryan MacDonald
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Post Game Review: No. 2 LSU 50, Texas A&M 7
Texas A&M failed to get much going on either side of the ball against the No. 2 LSU Tigers in Baton Route on Saturday. Tiger QB Joe Burrow threw for 352 yards and 3 touchdowns, and WR Ja'Marr Chase had nearly 200 receiving yards in the LSU victory.
Live Press Conference Notes: Fisher, Aggies preparing to play LSU in Death Valley
Texas A&M will venture into Baton Rouge on Saturday night for the highly-anticipated rematch against LSU following the Aggies' thrilling seven overtime win in 2018. Follow along as TexAgs provides live updates of Jimbo Fisher's press conference.
Post Game Review: No. 4 Georgia 19, Texas A&M 13
The A&M running game struggled as the Aggies fell to Georgia at Sanford Stadium, 19-13 on Saturday afternoon. The Aggies crawled back into the game in the fourth quarter but were unable to get a crucial last stop to get the ball back.
Live Press Conference Notes: Aggies ready to go Between the Hedges
After picking up their fourth consecutive win, Texas A&M must prepare for their daunting final two games of the year, beginning this Saturday at No. 4 Georgia. Follow along as TexAgs provides live updates of Jimbo Fisher's press conference.
Post Game Review: Texas A&M 30, South Carolina 6
Texas A&M picked up their fourth win in a row as the Aggies used a 17-point fourth quarter to dispose of the South Carolina Gamecocks, 30-6. A&M's running back tandem of Isaiah Spiller and Cordarrian Richardson led the way as the Aggies rushed for 319 yards.
Live Press Conference Notes: A&M gearing up for South Carolina, home finale
Fresh off their second bye of the season, Texas A&M must prepare for South Carolina as the home slate comes to a close on Friday Night. Follow along as TexAgs provides live updates of Jimbo Fisher's press conference.
Post Game Review: Texas A&M 45, UT-San Antonio 14
The Aggies were able to shake off a sluggish start to rout UTSA, 45-14, on Saturday afternoon at Kyle Field. Isaiah Spiller led the game in total yards with 224 and three touchdowns in an outstanding performance.
Live Press Conference Notes: Aggies looking to keep rolling against UTSA
The Mississippi roadblock has officially been cleared for the first time since 2013, and now, the Aggies will turn their attention to their final non-conference foe for 2019: the UTSA Roadrunners. Follow along as TexAgs provides live updates of Jimbo Fisher's press conference.
Post Game Review: Texas A&M 49, Mississippi State 30
The Aggies shrugged off three years of struggle versus Mississippi State on Saturday, jumping out to an early lead and scoring with relative ease all day. Freshman Isaiah Spiller ran for nearly 100 yards and QB Kellen Mond had a hand in five touchdowns in the 49-30 victory.
Live Press Conference Notes: Fresh off a win, A&M focused on Bulldogs
With Ole Miss out of the way, the Mississippi State Bulldogs are up next for Texas A&M as the Aggies hope to go 2-0 against Mississippi schools for the first time since 2013. Follow along as TexAgs provides live updates of Jimbo Fisher's press conference.
Post Game Review: Texas A&M 24, Ole Miss 17
The Aggies were able to secure an SEC road win over the Ole Miss Rebels in Oxford on Saturday, 24-17. The win gives the team their second conference victory as they turn their attention to Mississippi State.
Live Press Conference Notes: Aggies looking to rebound against Ole Miss
After their latest setback against No. 1 Alabama, Texas A&M must regroup once again. They will travel to Oxford on Saturday for a showdown with the Ole Miss Rebels as the Aggies look to avoid falling below the .500 mark on the season.
Post Game Review: No. 1 Alabama 47, No. 24 Texas A&M 28
A different top-ranked team, but the same story as the Aggies fell at the hands of the Crimson Tide on Saturday, 47-28. Following third defeat of the year, Texas A&M must now regroup as they hit the road next week to face Ole Miss in Oxford.
 
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