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Schlossnagle looks back on an impressive & momentum-building week
5 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Texas A&M baseball fell just short of its second SEC Tournament title, but the Aggies appear to be heating up at the right time as the NCAA Tournament begins this week. On Monday morning, head coach Jim Schlossnagle spoke about that run in Hoover and more.
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Baseball Thoughts: A&M boosted its resume as stretch run continues
26 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Following a monumentous series win over Florida, Texas A&M turns its attention to what lies ahead with just seven regular season games left to play. The Aggies will have to jump over their next conference hurdle when the Alabama Crimson Tide comes to town this weekend.
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Around Aggieland (5/8)
26 days ago by Kay Naegeli
On Monday’s edition of TexAgs Radio, Kay Naegeli took us Around Aggieland and provided updates on all things Texas A&M Athletics as baseball takes the series over No. 4 Florida, softball heads to the SEC Tournament, and women's tennis moves on to host a super regional.
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Balk-Off! Aggies use magical finish to take series from No. 4 Florida
27 days ago by Cade Harris
It took some last-inning theatrics, but Texas A&M pulled off a thrilling victory on Sunday afternoon to steal a three-game series from No. 4 Florida. With the score deadlocked in the final stanza, a Brandon Neely balk allowed Travis Chestnut to score and win the game, 3-2.
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No. 4 Florida outlasts Texas A&M in nail-biting series opener, 6-5
29 days ago by James Hernandez
On an evening in which the long ball dominated the ballgame, No. 4 Florida outlasted Texas A&M in a nail-biter at Blue Bell Park, 6-5. Aggie pitching surrendered three homers, while Jace LaViolette and Trevor Werner left the yard for the Maroon & White in the losing effort.
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Haas delivers go-ahead three-run homer as A&M rallies past Tarleton
1 mo ago by Cade Harris
Desperately needing a spark in the eighth, Hunter Haas crushed a three-run bomb to secure the lead as Texas A&M ended a five-game slide with a 6-5 win over Tarleton. In the process, Justin Lamkin whiffed a career-high nine batters, and Evan Aschenbeck picked up his first save.
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A&M issues season-high 14 walks in series-opening loss at No. 7 Arkansas
1 mo ago by Richard Zane
Falling behind early but managing to forge an improbable tie, Texas A&M ultimately dropped the series opener in Fayetteville as a go-ahead run in the eighth inning led No. 7 Arkansas to a 7-5 victory on Thursday. Despite outhitting the Razorbacks, A&M issued an alarming 14 walks.
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Baseball Thoughts: Texas Aggies are entering a season-defining stretch
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
The road to success is not easy in the Southeastern Conference as Texas A&M comes up upon a pivotal three-week stretch. The Aggies' next conference challenge will be at No. 13 Kentucky before heading to No. 5 Arkansas and hosting No. 3 Florida.
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Around Aggieland (4/17)
1 mo ago by Kay Naegeli
On Monday’s edition of TexAgs Radio, Kay Naegeli took us Around Aggieland and provided updates on all things Texas A&M Athletics after the women's tennis and golf team brought home SEC Championships, the Maroon & White Spring Game and the diamond sports continue.
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Schlossnagle talks series win over Mizzou, continuing momentum forward
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Jim Schlossnagle and Co. took two of the three from Missouri over the weekend, claiming their third-straight conference victory. The head coach joined Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio to look back on the weekend and continue that momentum forward.
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Chestnut's homer highlights Texas A&M's series-clinching win over Missouri
1 mo ago by James Hernandez
A&M took care of business against Missouri with ease as they used another momentous nine-run inning to secure the series win in seven innings, 13-1. Josh Stewart and Evan Aschenbeck tag-teamed the mound, and Travis Chesnut put the nail in the coffin with a three-run homer.
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Targac homers twice as No. 15 A&M blows doors off Northern Kentucky
2 mo ago by Cade Harris
They don't call Ryan Targac a "Lavaca County Legend" for no reason, and on Saturday, he hammered a pair of long balls in the Aggies' 12-1 rout of Northern Kentucky. Targac finished with five RBIs as A&M pushed its winning streak to six consecutive games.
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Brauny's Baseball Bytes: Possible ice-breaker for a head-scratching start
3 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Texas A&M pulled off a comeback victory on Sunday with a three-run ninth inning to beat Portland and salvage the series finale. With a big weekend at the Shiners Children's College Classic upcoming, perhaps that win was just what the Aggies were in desperate need of.
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Three-run ninth helps No. 5 Texas A&M salvage series finale, 5-4
3 mo ago by Cade Harris
Desperately needing a win, the fifth-ranked Aggies pieced together a three-run ninth to salvage the series finale vs. Portland, ending on Jace LaViolette's walk-off, two-run double. The comeback victory helped Jim Schlossnagle & Co. put an end to a frustrating three-game slide.
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4 Days 'til Aggie Baseball: Inside baseball recruiting with Nolan Cain
3 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Texas A&M baseball's recruiting coordinator Nolan Cain has hit the trails hard since arriving last year as Jim Schlossnagle & Co. continue building a program of players that can win any game while also loving to play the game of baseball.
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Brauny's Baseball Babblings: Early takeaways from A&M's practices
4 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Opening Day in Bryan-College Station is just 17 days away as Jim Schlossnagle and the fifth-ranked Fightin' Texas Aggies continue preparing for Seattle on Feb. 17. Ryan Brauninger offers some of his notes from A&M's early practices and intrasquad scrimmages.
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