Hernandez, James
James Hernandez
Publisher, Reporter
El Paso native James Hernández is a Communication major graduating spring of 2023. James joined the TexAgs crew in fall 2021 as an intern and now works as a writer and publisher. When James isn’t working for TexAgs or the Industrial Assessment Center, you can find him developing film in his makeshift darkroom, playing bass or reading. James also manages and produces an independent international arts publication that has been distributed to 14 countries since 2021 and was a featured contributor for Texas Highways Magazine’s September 2022 issue.
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Texas A&M legend Gary Blair named to Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame
Already a member of seven different halls of fame around the country, retired Aggie women's basketball coach Gary Blair has been named to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2023. Blair is most celebrated for leading A&M to a National Championship in 2011.
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Frustrations mount as No. 21 A&M drops series opener in Knoxville, 10-4
A fast start soon turned sour for No. 21 Texas A&M as No. 12 Tennessee took Friday night's series opener, 10-4. The Aggie offense stayed silent for the better part of the evening with only three hits while starting pitcher Nathan Dettmer allowed nine runs.
TAMU MSwim-Dive: Texas A&M breaks school record on day one of NCAA Championships
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No. 21 A&M weathers the storm against Rice with walk-off HBP, 8-7
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 11 days ago by James Hernandez
On a rainy Tuesday evening at Blue Bell Park, No. 21 Texas A&M earned its third win of the season over Rice as they walked off the Owls, 8-7. Despite falling behind early, a back-and-forth affair ensued as the Aggies thwarted a late threat to earn their second straight victory.
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Texas A&M basketball ranked No. 17 in final Associated Press Poll
For only the fifth time in program history, the Aggies are included in the final Associated Press Top 25 of the season at No. 17. The Maroon & White now look ahead to their 15th appearance in the Big Dance after another successful run in the SEC Tournament.
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Dettmer pitches six scoreless as A&M overpowers NKU in series opener
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 22 days ago by James Hernandez
In Friday's series opener vs. Northern Kentucky, No. 15 Texas A&M exploded for eight runs in the second inning and coasted to an 8-1 win over the Norse. In a bounce-back start, Nathan Dettmer tossed six scoreless frames, and Ty Sexton nailed down a three-inning save.
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FINAL from Olsen Field: No. 15 Texas A&M 8, Northern Kentucky 1 (Friday)
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 22 days ago by James Hernandez
After spending some time on the road, 15th-ranked Texas A&M is back in town as they host Northern Kentucky for their final non-conference series before SEC play. Follow along as the TexAgs crew provides live updates of Friday night's action between the Aggies and Norse.
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Wade Taylor IV and Tyrece Radford earn All-SEC recognition
With a historic regular season now in the books, Texas A&M was well-represented in this year's postseason awards, with Wade Taylor IV and Tyrece Radford obtaining spots among the league's best players. Taylor earned first-team honors, while Boots was a second-teamer.
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Buzz Williams named Coach of the Year by the Southeastern Conference
Despite being picked to finish sixth in the conference, Buzz Williams orchestrated a miraculous turnaround in year four with the Aggies that saw them finish second in the league with the most conference wins in 100 years. On Monday, Buzz was named SEC Coach of the Year.
TAMU SB: Kennedy tosses no-hitter to defeat No. 19 Baylor, 3-0
Texas A&M Softball ⋅ 28 days ago by James Hernandez
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A&M's magical run in the SEC Tourney ends with 77-60 loss to Ole Miss
After becoming the second-lowest seed in history to advance to the quarterfinal round of the SEC Tournament, the Aggies just couldn't keep up with Angel Baker and the Rebels as they fell on Friday, 77-60. With the NCAA postseason out of sight, their year officially comes to a finish.
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FINAL: #4 Ole Miss 77, #13 Texas A&M 60 (SEC Tournament, Quaterfinal)
Back for their third game in as many days, 13th-seeded Texas A&M faces No. 4-seed Ole Miss in an SEC quarterfinal matchup in Greenville, SC. Follow along as the TexAgs crew provides live updates of the action between the Aggies and Rebels.
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Done Earley: No. 15 Texas A&M plates 23 in seven-inning rout of HCU
The Maroon & White notched their most lopsided win of the Jim Schlossnagle era with a 23-0 thumping of Houston Christian on Tuesday night. A&M wasted no time, scoring six in the first inning and scratching nine more in the fourth, as they took care of business with ease.
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FINAL from Olsen Field/7 inn: No. 15 Texas A&M 23, Houston Christian 0
After getting back in the win column on Sunday, the Fightin' Texas Aggies look to string a few Ws together, beginning with Houston Christian on Tuesday night. Follow along as the TexAgs crew provides live updates of the action between the Aggies and Huskies.
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No. 5 Aggies suffer third consecutive loss as Portland clinches series
Frustration continues to mount for fifth-ranked Texas A&M as they dropped their third straight game to a non-conference opponent and this weekend's series to Portland with a 4-1 loss on Saturday afternoon. The Aggies are now 3-3 on the season and continue to search for answers.
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FINAL from Olsen Field at BBP: Portland 4, No. 5 Texas A&M 1 (Saturday)
Saddled with an early two-game losing streak, the fifth-ranked Aggies hope to even the series and find answers in Saturday's matchup against Portland. Follow along as the TexAgs crew provides live updates of the action between the Ags and Pilots from Olsen Field.
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Three Aggies notch double-doubles as A&M defeats Kentucky in home finale
A&M fired on all cylinders as the Aggies cruised to their second win in SEC play in Thursday's home closer against Kentucky, 74-67. For the first time since December, four players scored double digits while Sahara Jones, Aaliyah Patty and Kay Kay Green posted double-doubles.
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FINAL from Reed Arena: Texas A&M 74, Kentucky 67
Texas A&M women's basketball concludes its home slate on Thursday night as Joni Taylor & Co. host Kentucky at Reed Arena in Bryan-College Station. Follow along as the TexAgs crew provides live updates of the action between the Aggies and Wildcats.
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FINAL from Reed Arena: No. 25 Texas A&M 68, No. 11 Tennessee 63
It's a top-25 clash at a blacked-out Reed Arena as Buzz Williams and the 25th-ranked Fightin' Texas Aggies host Rick Barnes' No. 11 Tennessee Volunteers. Follow along as the TexAgs crew provides live updates of the hoops action from Aggieland.
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Texas A&M basketball ranked No. 25 in Associated Press Rankings
Buzz Williams & Co. return to the AP Top 25 at No. 25 after extending their current win streak to five and taking sole possession of second place in the SEC. This is only the second time this season that A&M has cracked the AP poll and comes after Q1 wins over Arkansas and Mizzou.
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