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Texas A&M beat Stephen F Austin 1-0, advances into second round of NCAA championship

Krishnan Seshadrinathan

The Aggies recorded their 18th win of the season in a 1-0 win over The Ladyjacks in the first round of the 2012 NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship held at Ellis Field on Friday. Annie Kunz scored the only goal of the match in the 29th minute to put The Aggies into the next round where they will play the winner of the match between Ohio State and Oakland. Full story

Soccer preps for NCAA tourney

In a year plagued by change, both for better or worse, Texas A&M soccer was able to maintain a grasp on consistency as it earned the program its eighteenth consecutive postseason berth, a streak only matched or exceeded by four other universities around the country. Full story

Aggies defeat Missouri in season finale

It was the perfect ending to a great season for the Aggies as they rallied to beat the Missouri Tigers 2-1 courtesy a golden goal from senior midfielder Chelsea Jones. This win puts the Aggies as the second seed for the SEC tournament next week in Orange Beach, Alabama.

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Saving the day

Sophomore goalie keeps team confident

A&M soccer head coach G. Guerrieri has noticed a confidence shift in his team. His team is more ferocious, quicker on the attack. The confidence stems from the trust given to its sophomore goalkeeper Jordan Day, who has allowed only seven goals this season, giving A&M the seventh-best goals-against average in the country.

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Soccer knocks out Alabama, 5-0

As the sun began to set in College Station on Friday, yet another SEC soccer matchup took place at Ellis Field between the No. 5 Texas A&M Aggies and the Alabama Crimson Tide. Alabama proved to be no match for the Aggies as they rolled over the Tide 5-0 claiming their tenth shutout of the season.

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Aggie soccer rolling through SEC play

A&M looks for third-consecutive SEC victory

As Texas A&M entered Southeastern Conference play this fall in many of its premier athletic competitions, critics from around the country continued to rile up doubt about whether or not the Aggies belonged in their new home.

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