The Aggies battled a cool drizzle in Baton Rouge on host LSU’s new cross country course to open their season.
Two weeks after its season was originally scheduled to start, Texas A&M cross country will have its first meet this Saturday in Baton Rouge. A&M will face an all-SEC slate of Arkansas, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and host LSU.
The Texas A&M judo team has been one of the most successful club sports teams on A&M’s campus, winning four straight Southwest National Judo Collegiate Association. The team amassed 20 Texas Collegiate Championships over the last 30 years, recruiting nationally and internationally ra…
Texas A&M has banned tailgating for the first football game of the season on Sept. 26 against Vanderbilt, A&M President Michael K. Young said in a Faculty Senate meeting on Monday, first reported by WTAW.
Texas A&M’s equestrian and swimming and diving teams have received some clarity regarding their seasons. The SEC announced new start dates and formats for the sports on Monday.
The Texas A&M rodeo team kicked off its season with an exhibition All-Aggie rodeo this past Saturday at the Brazos Valley Expo Center in Bryan. Participants included the current members of the team, along with former and potential new members.
Texas A&M senior wide receiver Jhamon Ausbon is the fourth football player to opt out of the 2020 season. He made the announcement via Twitter on Sunday, two weeks shy of Texas A&M’s opener against Vanderbilt.
Fall guidelines and protocols are in place for Texas A&M’s sports clubs, and the men’s ultimate frisbee team has had to tackle the challenges of keeping everybody in good health.
The ongoing pandemic has resulted in countless deviations to plans and canceled events, as well as created a looming uncertainty of what the future holds. The same is true for Texas A&M’s water ski club team.
Although they do not cheer on the sidelines of Kyle Field or appear at other sporting events, Texas A&M does, in fact, have cheerleaders and they have made a name for themselves as back-to-back national champions.
Members of Texas A&M crew have regularly competed in rowing competitions all over the state and the country since 2001 and enjoyed great success, racking up hundreds of medals in many events over the last two decades.
Senior cornerback Elijah Blades and junior defensive back Derrick Tucker are the second and third Texas A&M football player to opt out of competition this season. Both players made their announcements via Twitter, with Blades leading on Aug. 31 and Tucker following on Sept. 1.
Texas A&M football canceled practice on Friday afternoon to reflect on current social issues following a team meeting in which they had an “open and honest discussion regarding social injustice.” The team was then joined by student-athletes from other sports in a march to the center of campus.
The words, “Now forming at the North end zone of Kyle Field” will not be heard at Texas A&M football games this fall, according to new guidelines from the SEC released Friday.
The SEC announced its Council on Racial Equity and Social Justice on Thursday, consisting of student-athletes, coaches and administrators from around the league.
After 19 years at the helm of the Texas A&M men’s golf program, head coach J.T. Higgins is leaving the Aggies for the same position at the University of Southern California.
The NCAA canceled all of its Division I fall championships on Thursday, except FBS football, which it does not govern. The league is looking into moving the championships to the winter or spring, according to a press release.
Following reports that the PAC-12 and Big Ten conferences were close to cancelling the 2020 football season, college athletes across the nation began using #WeWantToPlay on social media to express their desire for sports to return this fall.
What began as an idea to empower the Black female athletes at Texas A&M underwent a shift in vision after the death of George Floyd and the protests that followed.
After Texas A&M athletic director Ross Bjork hinted to it in an appearance on Studio 12 on Wednesday, the SEC has decided to make changes to the 2020 football season, first reported by Sports Illustrated’s Ross Dellenger.