In a rubber match between two teams moving in opposite directions in the Southeastern Conference, South Carolina scored early and often to beat Texas A&M 10-1 in the regular-season finale Saturday at Blue Bell Park.
The Texas A&M baseball team only needed look at one thing for missing out on an opportunity to finish at .500 in the Southeastern Conference.
Opening games of Southeastern Conference series haven't been kind to the Texas A&M baseball team this season, so to claim Game 1 against South Carolina in the final weekend of the regular season had the Aggies feeling pretty good Thursday night.
Texas A&M head baseball coach Rob Childress gave his bullpen an opportunity to shine on Tuesday against Sam Houston State. With South Carolina coming to Blue Bell Park to close out the Southeastern Conference schedule and the Aggie bullpen becoming a concern, the evening served as an audition of sorts.
Thanks to a change in their approach, the Texas A&M batters did much better in clutch situations for a much needed 6-5 nonconference victory over the Sam Houston State Bearkats before 4,621 fans at Blue Bell Park on Tuesday night.
The Texas A&M and Sam Houston State baseball teams will end nonconference play at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Blue Bell Park in an intriguing matchup.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — For the third straight game the Arkansas baseball team scored in the first inning and never trailed in grabbing a 6-3 Southeastern Conference victory over Texas A&M on Sunday at Baum Stadium.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Arkansas' Barrett Loseke struck out Texas A&M's Cole Bedford to end the game, giving the sixth-ranked Razorback baseball team a 3-1 victory in Southeastern Conference play Saturday before 8,876 fans at Baum Stadium.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Sixth-ranked Arkansas took advantage of three walks and a hit batsman during a five-run fifth inning that carried the Razorbacks to a 9-3 Southeastern Conference baseball victory over 20th-ranked Texas A&M on Friday at Baum Stadium.
With a strong finish the Texas A&M baseball team could be home to start the NCAA tournament, but the 20th-ranked Aggies end Southeastern Conference play against two teams with just as much on the line.
Former Texas A&M pitcher Mark Ross will be part of the Southeastern Conference’s 2018 Baseball Legends Class, which will be honored during the league’s tournament in Hoover, Alabama, from May 22-27.
Texas A&M starting pitcher John Doxakis did everything he needed to do while throwing to the plate to give the 18th-ranked Aggies an opportunity to beat No. 1 Florida. But his errant throw to second base opened the door for the defending national champion Gators to win their 18th straight weekend series with a 6-1 victory Saturday at Blue Bell Park.
Two misplays at third base was all Brady Singer and the No. 1 Florida Gators needed against No. 18 Texas A&M in the opening game of their three-game Southeastern Conference baseball series.
The 18th-ranked Texas A&M baseball team is approaching its weekend affair against No. 1 Florida as just another Southeastern Conference series.
The Texas A&M baseball team scored early and often in gliding to an 18-1 nonconference victory over the Prairie View A&M Panthers on Tuesday night at Blue Bell Park.
Texas A&M center fielder Zach DeLoach was 8-for-17 batting last week in four games to be named the Southeastern Conference’s freshman of the week for the third time. Other players to win three times were Alabama pitcher Tommy Hunter (2006), Florida outfielder Preston Tucker (2009), LSU pitcher Alex Lange (2015) and South Carolina pitcher Braden Webb (2016).
Texas A&M softball senior Tori Vidales was presented with the Distinguished Letterman Award at Texas A&M’s fifth annual Building Champions Awards on Monday at Kyle Field’s Hall of Champions.
STARKVILLE, Miss. — The 18th-ranked Texas A&M baseball team played well late to grab a 7-4 victory over Mississippi State on Sunday, allowing the Aggies to win their first road series of the season.
STARKVILLE, Miss. — Jake Mangum and Rowdey Jordan, the top two hitters in Mississippi State’s lineup, combined for seven hits and scored four runs to power the Bulldogs to an 11-6 Southeastern Conference baseball victory over 18th-ranked Texas A&M on Saturday night.
STARKVILLE, Miss. – The 18th-ranked Texas A&M baseball team rallied for a 6-3 Southeastern Conference victory over the Mississippi State Bulldogs on Friday night at Dudy Noble Field before 5,784.
Texas A&M junior right-hander Nolan Hoffman was named to the midseason watch list for the 14th Annual National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Stopper of the Year Award. The award goes to the nation’s top reliever in Division I.
A couple of struggling Aggies set the tone for Texas A&M’s 8-2 victory over the Abilene Christian Wildcats on Tuesday night at Blue Bell Park before 4,282 fans.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee’s bullpen allowed only one hit in 3 1/3 innings to help the Volunteers to a 6-4 victory over Texas A&M in Southeastern Conference baseball action Sunday afternoon at Lindsey Nelson Stadium before 1,941 fans.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Texas A&M sophomore left-hander John Doxakis pitched a career-best seven shutout innings to lead the 14th-ranked Aggies to an 8-3 Southeastern Conference victory over the Tennessee Vols on Saturday at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.
The Texas A&M baseball team turned things around during an eight-game homestand; now the Aggies have to prove they can win on the road.
Hunter Coleman drove in the go-ahead run with a triple in the seventh inning, and Texas A&M added an insurance run in the eighth to slip past Texas State 7-5 on Tuesday night at Blue Bell Park.
Alabama starting pitcher Jake Walters entered Blue Bell Park as one of the Southeastern Conference's hottest pitchers, allowing only one earned run over his last three starts.
The 19th-ranked Texas A&M baseball team got its first Southeastern Conference series-opening win in five tries, but it didn’t have as much to do with the new pitching rotation as it did catcher Cole Bedford.
The Texas A&M men’s tennis, softball and baseball teams will host “Step In Stand Up” games this month to raise awareness of sexual assault as part of sexual assault awareness month.
Texas A&M baseball coach Rob Childress is not shy about changing his weekend rotation. He would have liked to have waited for a weekend to do it though.
Whether it was the influence of recent history or just another baseball jinx, what looked like a potential walk in the park for the 19th-ranked Texas A&M baseball team became another one-run game. But in the end, A&M and coach Rob Childress didn't mind another tight one with the Aggies beating Texas 6-5 on Tuesday at Blue Bell Park.
A lone, burnt orange-clad Texas fan found himself on a stage of sorts, wandering his way to a seat in the balcony of Blue Bell Park after the start of the Aggies' midweek baseball game with Texas on Tuesday.
At first glance it would be easy to say the first inning was the deciding factor of 19th-ranked Texas A&M's 9-2 victory over 20th-ranked LSU in Game 2 of their Southeastern Conference baseball series.
A walk and a fly ball that got over the head of right fielder Will Frizzell opened the door for 20th-ranked LSU, which walked through it for a 4-1 victory over No. 19 Texas A&M on Thursday at Blue Bell Park.
If the LSU-Texas A&M baseball series picks up the momentum its history has exhibited, it may want to leave a little more room for the crescendo than usual. Both teams’ third-game starters are coming off gems and have established themselves as the aces of the staff.
ATHENS, Ga. — Mitchell Kilkenny worked around four walks and combined with reliever Nolan Hoffman on a five-hit shutout as the Texas A&M baseball team salvaged its Southeastern Conference series against Georgia with a 5-0 win Saturday at Foley Field.
ATHENS, Ga. — The 15th-ranked Texas A&M baseball team fell behind early No. 24 Georgia early and couldn’t rally, mustering just two hits against four Bulldog pitchers to lose 3-0 in Game 2 of their three-game Southeastern Conference series Friday at Foley Field.
ATHENS, Ga. — The 15th-ranked Texas A&M baseball team built an early two-run lead, but No. 24 Georgia answered with an offensive onslaught in the middle innings for an 11-5 victory Thursday in their Southeastern Conference series opener in front of 1,813 at Foley Field.
Seven former Texas A&M baseball players opened the season on major league teams Thursday. The group includes Daniel Mengden (Oakland Athletics), A.J. Minter (Atlanta Braves), Tyler Naquin (Cleveland Indians), Cliff Pennington (Cincinnati Reds), Ross Stripling (Los Angeles Dodgers), Michael Wacha (St. Louis Cardinals) and Alex Wilson (Detroit Tigers).
The surprisingly league-leading Georgia Bulldogs will host 15th-ranked Texas A&M in a three-game Southeastern Conference baseball series starting at 4 p.m. Thursday at Foley Field in Athens, Georgia. Game 2 will be at 6 p.m. Friday and the finale at 1 p.m. Saturday.
CORPUS CHRISTI — Braden Shewmake homered and drove in three runs, and Hunter Coleman added a two-run double to help the 12th-ranked Texas A&M baseball team beat Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 5-3 on Tuesday in nonconference action.
No. 15 Texas A&M will make its first-ever trip to Whataburger Field on Tuesday to face Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. The Aggies are 9-0 in the all-time series. First pitch is at 6:30 p.m.