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Clutch Nixon, Aggies ready for the Sweet 16

It started as Jordan Nixon grabbed a defensive rebound under the opposite basket with 7.2 seconds remaining in overtime. She dribbled up the left side...

Teams bringing a lot more than game into the NCAA Tournament

As the first round of the NCAA Tournament begins tomorrow, teams are bringing much more than usual into competition. The cancelation of last year’s tourney...

No. 3 Texas A&M rises to take SEC regular-season title

College Station, Texas - After a dominating season in which they lost only once, No. 3 Texas A&M erased any doubt Sunday as they...

Nixon ready to take on the season, and a business, after...

It is not often, these days, that anyone sees Texas A&M guard Jordan Nixon without a smile on her face. Whether she is posing for...

In-depth with Texas A&M standout Chennedy Carter

Soon after arriving at Texas A&M in 2017, Chennedy Carter began to establish herself as one of the greats. On the road against USC...

Coach’s Chair: Gary Blair, Texas A&M University

Since being named head coach in 2003, coach Gary Blair has guided Texas A&M into the ranks of the elite. The Aggies have won...

Carter’s school record 46 points elevates Texas A&M over USC

Los Angeles - Freshman Chennedy Carter's school-record 46 points lifted No. 19 Texas A&M over USC, 75-74, Friday night. The young guard shot 17-28 and...

UCLA emphatically punches Sweet 16 ticket with 75-43 rout of Texas...

Los Angeles - There was only one question coming into Monday's NCAA Tournament second round match up at Pauley Pavilion: would UCLA dominate Texas...

Texas A&M stages biggest comeback in Tournament history to stun Penn

Los Angeles - For the first three quarters of Saturday's NCAA Tournament opener, 12th-seeded Penn dominated fifth-seed Texas A&M. They out shot them, 50...

The unpredictable SEC heading towards an unforeseen finish

The Southeastern Conference has always been known for it’s consistently tough competition and unpredictability. But has this year been even more unpredictable? It’s no surprise...