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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.

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This year will be unlike any other for the Texas A&M sailing team, with practices moving online and competitions being canceled.

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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…

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At the end of the 2018-2019 season, Texas A&M equestrian made a run to the SEC Championship finals and the NCEA Team Championship finals.

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Before he was the SEC Male Diver of The Year, Kurtis Mathews was just another boy growing up in Australia alongside his twin sister and his family.

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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.

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Although a lot remains unknown about the upcoming season, Texas A&M swimmer Camryn Toney is determined to make the most of her final year on the team.

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Three-time AP All-American for Texas A&M Chennedy Carter has earned a place on the AP WNBA All-Rookie Team, the Associated Press announced on Tuesday.

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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.

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Starting her fourth year as a diver at Texas A&M, Charlye Campbell’s senior season will be unlike any other.

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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.

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What started as a hobby for 7-year-old Kara Eisenmann became a lifelong passion for the senior swimmer.

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Three weeks into the start of fall classes, some of Texas A&M Athletics’ programs are finally learning their 2020 schedules.

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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.

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By four-years-old, Texas A&M senior forward Rheagen Smith knew what she wanted to do with her life after falling in love with the game of soccer.

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As an eighth grade middle blocker and opposite hitter, Morgan Davis said volleyball was just a game she played for fun.

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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.

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As the season is set to begin in just a few weeks, Texas A&M soccer midfielder Addie McCain is full of anticipation of what is to come in her senior season.

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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.

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Despite uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Texas A&M men’s rugby football club is having its 14th annual raffle fundraiser.

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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. 

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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.

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Update: On Wednesday, Texas A&M Athletics announced it would reduce Kyle Field capacity to 25 percent. No additional information is available at this time.

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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.

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The Pac-12 followed the Big 10’s lead on Tuesday, electing to postpone all sports until the spring.

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The ACC, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC remain the only Power 5 conferences standing as the Big 10 announced its decision to postpone sports this fall.

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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.

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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.

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As news regarding the 2020 sports season continues to break around the nation, Texas A&M is still waiting for answers.

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For the first time since Texas A&M’s loss to Arkansas in the quarterfinals of the SEC Tournament in March, Chennedy Carter returned to the court.