The Texas A&M softball team will open its fall exhibition season with a doubleheader against Blinn at 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Aggie Softball Complex. Admission is free. The doubleheader will be broadcast live on KWBC (1550 AM) and online at

Texas A&M softball head coach Jo Evans will be inducted into the University of Utah’s Crimson Club Hall of Fame as a player and coach Friday. Evans, who coached at Utah from 1990-96, leading them to a pair of College World Series appearances, will takes part in a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday to commemorate the Jo Evans Locker Room. Evans as a player also helped the Utes to the CWS in ‘82.

The Texas A&M softball team will open the upcoming season against Houston and Boston College on Feb. 9 in the Aggie Classic, the first of four home tournaments on the Aggies’ 2018 schedule unveiled Wednesday.

NAPA, Calif. — Texas A&M senior golfer Cameron Champ has received an invitation to play in the PGA’s Safeway Open at Silverado Resort and Spa on Oct. 5-8.

OLYMPIA FIELDS, Ill. – The Aggies’ torrid start to the 2017-18 season continued on Sunday with the Texas A&M men’s golf team surging up the leaderboard to claim victory at the OFCC/Fighting Illini Invitational.

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Before returning for his senior season, Texas A&M’s Cameron Champ will represent the United States at the 46th biennial Walker Cup against a 10-person team from Great Britain and Ireland at the Los Angeles Country Club’s North Course on Saturday and Sunday.

ARDMORE, Okla. — The Texas A&M women’s golf team won The Lady Maxwell by 23 strokes, capping the tournament Sunday with the best round, a 3-over par 287 at Dornick Hills Country Club.

Texas A&M has reached an agreement in principle to a new five-year contract with softball coach Jo Evans, Director of Athletics Scott Woodward announced Thursday.

Texas A&M senior Cameron Champ was among 10 players named to the 2017 United States Walker Cup Team, which will compete against Great Britain and Ireland in the 46th Match in Los Angeles on Sept. 9-10.

HUTCHINSON, Kan. — Texas A&M senior Cameron Champ won the 114th Trans-Miss Amateur Championship when lightning and thunderstorms washed out the final round Thursday with a 54-hole score of 9-under 201.

Texas A&M sophomore Chandler Phillips and junior Cameron Champ were named PING All-Americans by the Golf Coaches Association of America, with Phillips making the second team and Champ the third team.