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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.

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Every college football season brings a cloud of uncertainty. While this year provides a bigger one than usual, Texas A&M football looks like it’s ready to take the next step towards becoming a perennial powerhouse comparable to Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State.

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In a tweet Monday night, former Texas A&M men’s basketball center DeAndre Jordan revealed he has tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Texas A&M baseball junior outfielder Zach DeLoach and junior pitcher Christian Roa followed Asa Lacy’s historic lead with selections in the MLB Draft on Thursday.

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Texas A&M baseball’s junior left-handed pitcher Asa Lacy made history on Wednesday, becoming the highest selected Aggie in the MLB Draft.

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When the SEC announced on May 22 that student-athletes could return to campus for voluntary workouts starting on June 8, the member schools were tasked with creating a plan of action to prevent the spread of COVID-19 within their programs.

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When Colin Kaepernick began kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality in the 2016 football season, his actions were quickly met with calls to keep politics out of sports.

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Texas A&M may not be setting any records on the field thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, but the Aggies did set records in the classroom during the 2019-2020 academic year.

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The United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association announced its 2020 Indoor All-America Team on Tuesday, and 11 Aggies made the cut.

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Though they only saw a month of play before the season was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, two Texas A&M baseball players have earned postseason accolades.

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With the majority of sports on hold because of the coronavirus, finding alternative entertainment has presented a struggle for sports fans.

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With most of the world in self-isolation, the World Health Organization has recommended playing video games as a healthy pastime, and many are pulling out their classic consoles. Here’s how to make sure those controllers are in tip-top shape.

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Typically, college is a time for young people to move far away from their hometowns, or at least far enough away to be considered “on their own.”

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Throughout her time at Texas A&M, women’s basketball senior guard Jasmine Williams developed a passion for strengthening women’s representation in athletics programs.

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With social distancing in place, the game of life has thrown curves at many high-profile Corps of Cadets traditions, like March to the Brazos. It also struck out the lesser-known tradition of Corps athletics.

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The Texas A&M men’s tennis team may have missed out on the SEC and NCAA Championships due to the coronavirus, but they aren’t missing out on postseason accolades.

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With a team full of underclassmen and the loss of only two super seniors, the Texas A&M men’s gymnastics team remains hopeful they can move from underdog to top dog after the 2020 season was cut short by the coronavirus.

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The delay until 2021 hit every Olympic team hard, but none more so than baseball, which was scheduled to return to the Summer Games for the first time since 2008.

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Texas A&M men’s ice hockey won the Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference Championship this season, but because of the coronavirus, the team has lost key recruiting opportunities that will make it difficult to defend their championship next season.

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This past weekend, the 2020 NFL Draft dominated the headlines, as prospects from all over found out where they will compete for a spot in the NFL next season. Among the virtual draft prospects, seven Aggies waited to hear their name through this process, with only two finishing the draft on …

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After the coronavirus cut the spring sports’ seasons short, the NCAA voted on March 30 to allow its member institutions to make the decision to grant seniors an extra year of eligibility.

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The SEC announced the winter academic honor roll on Thursday, and a school-record 75 student-athletes made the list. The previous school record was set last year with 72 winter sports athletes.

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Texas A&M men’s basketball freshman forward Yavuz Gultekin has entered the NCAA transfer portal, the school announced on Monday.