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At Texas A&M Ice Hockey practice they prepare for their upcoming matchup against the Texas Longhorns. The two-game series begins in Austin Friday night at 8:30. The Aggies will then host their home opener "blackout" game Saturday, Oct. 19 at Spirit Ice Arena with a 7:30 p.m. puck drop.

During Sunday's match against No. 14 ranked Florida, the Aggies pushed the Gators to a total of five sets before falling to the Gators. The Aggies will look to improve their record (11-5, 3-3) in their next match against Mississippi State on Oct. 18 at 6 p.m. at Reed Arena.

Texas A&M lost to Alabama Saturday, Oct. 12 with a score of 47-28. The stadium record 106,749 fans in Kyle Field would not be enough to propel the Aggies over the Crimson Tide. After a trip to Oxford, Mississippi next weekend A&M will return to Aggieland to face Mississippi State Oct. 26.

On Oct. 12 at midnight the yell leaders began a Fightin' Texas Aggie Yell Practice to prepare the 12th Man to Beat The Hell Outta Alabama. The football game is set to kickoff on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. and will be broadcast on CBS.

The Texas A&M soccer team tied Alabama (1-1) Thursday evening at Ellis Field. The game consisted of a double over time, with both goals scored coming from the second half. The Aggies will face Arkansas next Friday, Oct. 18 at home. 

On Oct. 9, the World-Famous Budweiser Clydesdales paraded around Kyle Field.  The clydesdales were joined by Bud the dalmatian and the iconic white, gold, and red beer wagon.  The visit was part of the 125 Years of Aggie Football celebration.

Texas A&M defeated the Arkansas Razorbacks 31-27 leaving the match up victorious for the eighth time. The win against the Razorbacks is the first SEC victory for the Aggies making their season record 3-2 and conference record 1-1. A&M returns to College Station after a bye week to fa…

In a 6-1 win, No. 14 Aggies beat SEC opponent University of Kentucky Wildcats. Texas A&M returns to Ellis Field Thursday, Oct. 10 to face Alabama at 6:30 p.m.

During the first SEC match of the year, the Aggies improved to 9-2 after a win over Alabama.  The Aggies won the match in four sets as senior Hollann Hans led the Aggies with 24 kills and 45 attacks.

Rattling bottle caps can be heard across campus in the week leading up to Texas A&M's football game against Arkansas.  Back in Ol’ Army, when Southern Methodist University was a regular Aggie rival, fish spurs were worn to symboize that the 12th Man was ready to “Spur the Ponies.” With t…

In another shutout win, the No. 15 Aggie soccer team beat UTRGV 5-0.  Ásdís Halldórsdóttir led the Aggies with two goals in the game.

On Sept. 21, the No. 17 Aggies took on the No. 8 Auburn Tigers.  After a fourth quarter attempted comeback that came up short, the Aggies fell to Auburn 28-20. Texas A&M will face Arkansas in Arlington for the annual Southwest Classic Sept. 28 at 11 a.m.

Precisely at 12:00 am, students and Yell Leaders gathered in Kyle Field for a Fightin' Texas Aggie Yell Practice.  The Yell Practice came just 14 hours before the 17th ranked Aggies take on number 8, Auburn.

The Texas A&M Aggies defeated the UNLV Rebels with a score of 4-0. The Aggies took an early lead scoring three of their four goals within the first 22 minutes. A&M will return to Ellis Field Sunday, Sept. 22 at 6 p.m. to face UTRGV.

No. 16 Texas A&M defeated Lamar 62-3 in the last game before beginning SEC play. The 59-point margin of victory is the largest for the Aggies since playing Prairie View A&M Sept. 10, 2016 with a score of 67-0. The Aggies will face the Auburn Tigers in Kyle Field Saturday, Sept. 21 at…

Students and alumni gathered for the Midnight Yell, the first of the football season at midnight, as they prepare to take on Lamar University.

The Texas A&M Aggies defeated the UTRGV Vaqueros in four sets Friday night (21-25, 25-15, 25-17, 25-22) to finish the Texas A&M Invitational as the champions. A&M will return to the Reed Arena court to face the Oklahoma Sooners Tuesday, Sept. 17 at 6:30 p.m.

The Texas A&M volleyball team (5-1) defeated Texas State (3-5) 3-1 on Thursday night as part of the Texas A&M Invitational tournament. The Aggies took the first set (25-11), lost the second (19-25), and won the third (25-21) and fourth (25-20) sets. 

In the fourth straight shutout, the 13th-ranked Texas A&M Aggies beat the Ohio St. Buckeyes 1-0.  Junior Jimena Lopez scored the game's only goal.