Luke Heaton
Reporter
Luke is a business major from Coppell, TX. Fan loyalty runs through his blood as heartbreak has been a common theme in Dallas professional sports. He loves playing and following all sports and wishes his golf game would improve a much as his love for the game has. Luke co-hosts Double Coverage Sports Talk, a podcast on iTunes, and is a youth leader for his local church. His dream would be to have his own sports radio show one day.
A&M women's basketball routs Alabama, 70-43, for second SEC win
3 days ago by Luke Heaton
A&M women's basketball routs Alabama, 70-43, for second SEC win
The A&M women's basketball team notched their second straight SEC win on Sunday afternoon downing Alabama 70-43. The Aggie bench players were pivotal, as they contributed 17 points and 15 rebounds.
FINAL from Reed Arena: Texas A&M 70, Alabama 43
After dropping their first two games of SEC play to South Carolina and LSU, the A&M women's basketball team rebounded with a win over Vanderbilt on Thursday night. The Aggies will look to stay in the win column as they host Alabama on Sunday afternoon.
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**FINAL WBB From Reed: Texas A&M 70, Alabama 43**
3 days ago by Luke Heaton
***Chennedy Carter Wooden Award Midseason Top 25***
7 days ago by Luke Heaton
BREAKING: Gary Blair Adds Grad Transfer from UCLA
7 days ago by Luke Heaton
Carter notches fourth career double-double, Aggies fall to LSU, 63-52
Sophomore point guard Chennedy Carter earned her second double-double of the season but the Aggies fell to LSU, 63-52. A&M suffered their second consecutive loss and remain winless in SEC play.
**FINAL WBB from Pete Maravich Assembly Center: LSU 63, No. 21 Texas A&M Aggies 52**
10 days ago by Luke Heaton
No. 23 women's basketball defeats UTRGV, extends win streak to seven
Even without sophomore Chennedy Carter, who was out due to illness, the Aggies pulled away from UTRGV to take home the win 84-61. Kayla Wells lead the charge with a 21-point performance. The Ags complete December going 7-0, the first time in 10 years.
**FINAL WBB From Reed Arena: No. 23 Texas A&M 84, UT-Rio Grande Valley 61**
18 days ago by Luke Heaton
No. 23 Aggie women’s basketball uses big second half to beat undefeated USC, 71-51
Make that five straight wins for women's basketball as they bring home the victory tonight at Reed. The Aggies took on an undefeated USC team knocking them down to 9-1 on the season. Texas A&M overcame a halftime deficit, taking control of the game in the third quarter.
**FINAL WBB from Reed Arena: No. 23 Texas A&M 71, Southern California 51**
28 days ago by Luke Heaton
BREAKING NEWS WBB: Sophomore guard Aaliyah Wilson torn ACL and MCL
29 days ago by Luke Heaton
TexAgs Radio: Thursday (12/13) full show
1 mo ago by Luke Heaton
Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan and Stephen McGee in hour one. Hour two featured Tap Bentz, Logan Lee, and Aaron Torres while hour three featured Mitch Mason and Billy Kennedy.
McGee: Mike Elko remaining at Texas A&M creates continuity in the program
During Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio, former A&M and NFL quarterback Stephen McGee joined in-studio to share his thoughts on some of Texas A&M's most electric players, Mike Elko remaining in Aggieland and more.
TA Radio Ep. 1878 Heaton - (Olin, McGee | Logan, Tap, Torres | Mitch, BK)
1 mo ago by Luke Heaton
Aggie women's basketball defeats Central Arkansas 84-27
Texas A&M women's basketball had no problem handling the Central Arkansas Sugar Bears, pulling off their largest margin of victory since the 2015-2016 season behind a dominant team performance.
**Final WBB from Reed Arena: Texas A&M 84, Central Arkansas 27**
1 mo ago by Luke Heaton
With Carter suspended, Aggies fall to Lamar 74-68 on Elementary School Day
Star point guard Chennedy Carter was sidelined on Thursday due to a one-game suspension and the Aggies were unable to overcome her absence as they fell to Lamar 74-68 in front of a crowd of elementary school students.
**FINAL WBB From Reed Arena: Lamar 74, No. 17 Texas A&M 68**
1 mo ago by Luke Heaton
 
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