In the remaining seconds against South Carolina, the Texas A&M men’s basketball team had an opportunity to erase its two-game losing streak. Failure to do so brings the Aggies to a three-way tie for second place. Here are five takeaways from Saturday’s performance.
It was a busy weekend for A&M tennis — the men's team won three matches straight, and the women won two out of three matches at the women's ITA National Indoors Tournament.
The Denver Broncos captured their third Super Bowl after defeating the Carolina Panthers 24-10 with a strong performance from Super Bowl MVP and former student Von Miller, and the Broncos No. 1 ranked NFL defense.
After only one season with the Aggies, Texas A&M football has announced that Dave Christensen will not return to coach for the 2016 season.
When No. 12 Texas A&M lost a tightly contested road game to Florida last Thursday, it meant the Aggies had suffered back-to-back losses for the first time of the 2015-2016 season.
Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak is well known for his abilities as a coach, having eight seasons of head coaching experience for the Houston Texans under his belt. His journey to Super Bowl 50, however, began long before he took on the head coaching position for the Texans.
Texas A&M track and field won the men’s and women’s team titles at the Charlie Thomas Invitational as they broke three school records.
The Aggies now face something they have not faced all season long – a losing streak.
Texas A&M equestrian bounced back from its loss last week to defeat the Baylor Bears Friday. After a close match, the Aggies caught their victory in the final event of the meet to win 10-8 despite a drastic change of event order.
After only its second loss of the season, Texas A&M equestrian regroups this week to take on the No. 3 ranked Baylor Bears.
Defensive end Von Miller will be the sole Aggie participating in Super Bowl 50.
A&M is one of only two universities in the country to have its men’s and women’s basketball programs ranked in the top 12 in the latest Associated Press Top 25 rankings.
Courtney Walker poured in a career-high 31 points on 14-of-27 shooting for No. 12 Texas A&M, but it wasn’t enough. The Aggies fell 83-81 to No. 22 Florida Thursday.
After being heavily defeated on Vanderbilt’s court Thursday night, the Texas A&M men’s basketball team will now attempt to repeat last week’s scenario by garnering a victory at home following a road loss.
Kevin Stallings and his Vanderbilt Commodores rounded out the regular season of what was a rebuilding 2014-15 with five straight wins.
National Signing Day was an up-and-down experience for the Aggies that ended with the landing one of the nation’s top athletes. Once A&M had its class sealed up, head coach Kevin Sumlin discussed his future players, their potential roles and what they mean to the team.
The vaunted and highly sought after five-star recruit. Typically a player who was the superstar on his high school squad and was recruited by many different schools. The recruit is only 17 or 18 years old and has already met with the smartest minds in college football who try to persuade him to be on their team. The recruit has been dubbed a five-star athlete, but remains only a high school teenager. The youngster still has yet to play ball against college athletes who have proven themselves on a college level.
The No. 3 Texas A&M men's tennis team stayed perfect Wednesday after a big 4-2 win on the road over No. 4 Baylor.
It has been the same song but a different verse for the Aggies the last two years — two midseason meltdowns and unhappy players transferring away have led to a considerably warmer seat for Kevin Sumlin going into this year.
After a second troubling loss to No. 2 ranked South Carolina, the Texas A&M women’s basketball team has set its sights on the Florida Gators Thursday evening.
Last week was a win-lose situation for the Aggies. They dropped a close game at Arkansas before returning to College Station and gaining what was their marquee win of the season over then-No. 14 ranked Iowa State.
National signing day has concluded for Texas A&M. The Aggies had an eventful day finishing with the No. 18 ranked recruiting class with a total of eight four-star and thirteen three-star recruits.
For most teenagers, high school sports is the epitome of competition and schoolwide popularity. For four years, they get the opportunity to play a sport they love in front of their peers and school alumni, building memories and learning life lessons along the way. But for approximately 7.6% of those teenagers, it is a chance to turn lifelong dreams into a reality. To take the next step towards the ultimate goal; to learn the true meaning of a student athlete. This is the life of a college recruit.
After qualifying for the ITA National Indoor Championships tournament with a 4-0 win over Boise State, the undefeated and No. 4 Aggie men’s tennis team looks to keep their early win streak alive as they travel to Waco to face No. 5 Baylor in their first true test of the young season.
After 54 holes of golf at Sawgrass' Dye's Valley Course, the Texas A&M men’s golf team finished in sixth place in their first tournament of spring at the Sea Best Invitational in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
Today is National Signing Day and Texas A&M has a promising cast of 2016 recruits with six ESPN-300 commits on the squad. With a total of 19 commits for the Aggies, an impressive total of 11 four-star athletes will secure some relief for a bright future in Aggieland. The Battalion wraps up a week-long series of profiles on impressive expected incoming players. Follow our Twitter feed for the live coverage of recruits as they sign.
Under the direction of head coach Kevin Sumlin, the recruiting classes since “Johnny Heisman” have consistently grown with talent, landing big recruits from ESPN’s 300 each off-season.
Before a single snap or the first play, media outlets and fan bases across the nation already rank the incoming crop of high school athletes by a simple system — stars, ranked two to five.
Tomorrow is National Signing Day and Texas A&M has a promising cast of 2016 recruits with a total of seven ESPN-300 commits on the squad. With a total of 20 commits for the Aggies, an impressive total of 12 4-star athletes will secure some relief for a bright future in Aggieland. As part of a week-long feature leading up to the athletes signing the dotted line, The Battalion will feature profiles of expected incoming players.
The last time the No. 10 Texas A&M women’s basketball team squared off against No. 2 South Carolina, they left the Palmetto State with a devastating one-point loss.
Coming off a tough road loss to Arkansas on Wednesday, the Texas A&M men’s basketball team came back to a sold out Reed Arena and rose to the occasion—defeating No. 14 Iowa State 72-62. Here are a couple of things that we learned.
The Aggie women’s tennis team suffered its first loss of the season in Chapel Hill, North Carolina on Sunday falling 4-0 at the hands of No. 5 North Carolina, splitting its recent road trip 1-1 and bringing the team’s record to 3-1 overall.
In his third UFC appearance since October, Sage Northcutt fell to Bryan Barberena in Saturday’s welterweight bout in Newark, New Jersey.
Texas A&M track and field traveled to Fayetteville, Arkansas to face arguably their toughest competition to date—the No. 3 men led the scoring on day one of the Razorback Invitational but finished second on Saturday with 105.5 points. The No. 20 women tallied 28.5 points to finish ninth out of 13 teams.
Although Texas A&M equestrian claimed MVP awards in all events, it fell just short of avenging their season-opening loss to Georgia. This time at home, the Aggies were outmatched Saturday based on the final few rides of the meet.
After losing against Arkansas three days earlier, the No. 5 Texas A&M Aggies captured a much needed win against a strong No. 14 Iowa State Cyclone team 72-62 and kept its home winning streak alive improving to 13-0 this season at Reed Arena.
The Texas A&M men’s swimming and diving defeated SMU Friday night on the final meet of the season as they prepare for SEC Championships.
The No. 9 Aggie women’s tennis team continues its road trip this Sunday as they take to the east coast to take on No. 5 North Carolina in another big test on the road.
The stakes and expectations rise for Texas A&M equestrian as it returns to the spring semester with a familiar foe, the No. 2 ranked Georgia Bulldogs.
After tearing her ACL, there were times Texas A&M senior point guard Jordan Jones didn’t think she would ever return to be the player who had been named the SEC Defensive Player of the Year in each of the past two seasons. However, under the direction of a physical therapist, Jones made it back and was ready for 2016 preseason practice and the season opener.
Fresh off an upset victory over No. 22 ranked LSU in Baton Rouge, the Texas A&M men’s swimming and diving team looks end their season with a victory Friday as they host SMU on Senior Night.
The No. 3 Aggie men and No. 20 Aggie women travel to Fayetteville, Arkansas for the Razorback Invitational Friday and Saturday, experiencing their toughest competition this season.
After four years of soaking up the rays of the Florida sun, Anthony Collins decided to come back to his true home – Texas.
No. 5 A&M and No. 14 Iowa State enter Saturday’s matchup with different narratives as of late.
A&M engineering freshman and Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter Sage Northcutt (7-0) will look to extend his win streak to 8-0 as he steps into the Octagon once more to take on Bryan Barberena (10-3) Saturday.
The Aggies sealed a victory against Alabama Thursday after senior guard Jordan Jones drew a last-second charge to wave off a potential game-winning basket.
With students and local fans piling into Reed Arena at much higher rates for the No. 5 A&M men’s basketball team, there is a possibility that students with passes will be turned away from Saturday’s game.
The No. 9 A&M women's tennis team made a statement yesterday after blanking No. 15 Baylor on the road to improve to 3-0 on the young season.