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Top 10 single-game pitching performances in Texas A&M history
9 mo ago by David Sandhop
Troy Wansing and Justin Lamkin have dazzled on the mound this week at the SEC Tournament, but where do their outings rank among the best single-game showings in Texas A&M history? David Sandhop presents his top 10 most-memorable Aggie pitching performances.
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Matt Kent details outing vs. TCU, current hot streak
8 yr ago by Gabe Bock
During Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Texas A&M starting pitcher Matt Kent discussed the emotions of his last four starts, what worked for him yesterday against TCU, playing as a team and more.
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Thoughts: Aggies' clutch performances force Game 3
8 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Any discussion of Sunday's Texas A&M victory begins and ends with Matt Kent. The crafty lefty's clutch dominance aside, the Aggies' leaders stepped up when they needed them — and now it all comes down to Monday.
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Super (Regional) Man: Matt Kent sets Aggies up for walk-off Game 2 win
8 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
Time and time again, Matt Kent has taken the mound in a game Texas A&M desperately needed. On Sunday, he was nails for his team again. Paired with clutch at bats by Logan Taylor and Blake Allemand, Texas A&M forced a Fort Worth Super Regional Game 3.
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Childress, players analyze regional win, look ahead to Fort Worth
8 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
After the exciting finish to last weekend's regional, the Texas A&M baseball team is gearing up for a showdown in Fort Worth with TCU. Rob Childress, Matt Kent, Michael Barash and Tyler Stubblefield provide some insight into the team's mindset.
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Thoughts: Heroic performances propel Aggies to Super Regionals
8 yr ago by David Sandhop
On his leisurely route to College Station Regional Most Outstanding Player, Matt Kent made an area of concern into a rock-solid team strength. Kyle Simonds and the Texas A&M defense joined him as the top stories from a memorable final at Olsen Field.
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Thoughts: Banks, Kent lead Aggies in victorious tourney start
8 yr ago by Gabe Bock
In true host fashion, Texas A&M brushed aside early offensive struggles to seize control against Texas Southern and held it with step-up performances from a pair of team leaders. What is the Aggies' next move?
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Tournament Time: Texas A&M downs Texas Southern, 5-0
8 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
The Matt Kent Show continued into the start of Friday's College Station Regional, with the lefty's seven shutout innings setting the pace in Texas A&M's 5-0 victory. The Aggies will meet California in the winner's bracket on Saturday.
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Game Preview: No. 1 Texas A&M vs. No. 4 Texas Southern
8 yr ago by David Sandhop
Streaks and struggles all fade away with Friday's opening of the 2015 NCAA Tournament. In the College Station Regional, a crafty lefty will attempt to lead the hard-hitting Aggies on their first step toward Omaha.
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Away We Go: Texas A&M readies for postseason push
8 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
After a season that saw its fair share of the miraculous, the disappointing and everything in between, the Aggies enter the 2015 NCAA Tournament on Friday as one of 16 regional hosts and with their sights set on one simple goal.
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Ten things to know about the College Station Regional
8 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Olsen Field's friendly confines will welcome Texas A&M as the favorite in the College Station Regional, with Cal's strong pitching and Coastal Carolina's rebound from injuries joining the Aggies as the weekend's key storylines.
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Childress, Aggies react to national seed snub, regional draw
8 yr ago by Chase McGuire
Though appropriately disappointed in the selection committee's seeding choices, Rob Childress and his players insist they're heading into the season's final leg with the focus on one thing alone.
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Thoughts: Matt Kent-led Aggies take down Vandy in Hoover
8 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Did Thursday's showdown amount to a national seed play-in game? We won't know until the field is released. But in lighting up one of the nation's true aces and utilizing a postseason pitching performance to remember, Texas A&M made a statement in a 6-1 win.
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Diamond Thoughts: In search of a second starter
8 yr ago by Gabe Bock
The quest for a national seed, despite all indications just a few weeks ago, may come down to the SEC Tournament for the Aggies. But the larger issue is one that will make or break all of A&M's postseason hopes.
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A&M baseball left standing after massive slugfest with South Carolina
8 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
Nine homers, 36 hits and over 380 pitches later, Texas A&M got a 15-14 win over South Carolina. In a game that lasted over four hours, the Aggies had to bounce back multiple times to tie up the series at one.
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Series Preview: No. 4 Texas A&M vs. South Carolina
8 yr ago by David Sandhop
Key contributors who have faltered in the past month will be the focus in the Aggies' final home series of the season, and the struggling Gamecocks may be the perfect medicine. Yet, execution, as always, will be key.
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Diamond Thoughts: Four-hundred down & the road ahead
8 yr ago by Gabe Bock
The Aggies' stellar season continued in Knoxville with a meaningful milestone sidling up in the process. The stretch run to a national seed is officially underway; only a small collection of concerns remain unsolved.
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1, 2, 3 Baseball Thoughts: A&M 8, Tennessee 7
8 yr ago by David Sandhop
Led by Matt Kent's memorable performance and a few hot bats, the Aggies closed out a crucial sweep of the Volunteers on the road. With no mid-week on the docket, the focus can now turn to fixing one key element.
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Midweek Marathon: A&M defeats Texas State in 11 innings, 8-7
8 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
On a cold evening that stretched into the night, A&M reached 25-0 in non conference games with a walk off single from Logan Nottebrok. Matt Kent pitched more than five perfect innings in relief along the way.
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Aggies break through against LSU in series finale, 6-2
8 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
After fighting through two hotly contested games and a three hour rain delay, A&M finally got a victory on Saturday. They did it with clutch hitting, a resurgent bullpen and some incredibly well timed defensive plays.
 
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