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  • Aggies Add To Sprint Factory With STA's Sparling & Spaulding

    Krystal Sparling and Diamond Spaulding dazzled fans with their speed and were an opponent's worst nightmare. The St. Thomas Aquinas senior are arguably the most potent 1-2 punch in the country on one of the most dominant programs in the nation. As juniors, the pair were part of the Raider's national leading 4x200m relay, US#4 4x100m relay, and US#2 4x400m relay. Recently, the announced they will be headed out west, signing with Texas A&M.
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  • 2014 Penn Relays Carnival Preview, Seven Races You Can't Miss

    Each year when the calendar hits April it is time to check the Milesplit rankings nearly everyday and see who is the comeptiton this year, who will win which races, and sometimes the most prudent question who will fight with the Jamaicans the longest. 
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  • Txrunning Runner of the Week NCAA D1

    Photo Credit: Texas A&M Athletics Congratulations to Hillary Montgomery  (TAMU) and Isaac Spencer (TAMU) for earning Txrunning College D1 Runner of the Week.
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  • Greater Louisville Classic College Preview

    Louisville, KY- The Louisville Sports Commission (LSC) will host 112 colleges and universities from 20 states and Canada in the 12th  Annual Greater Louisville Classic (GLC), which should be the second largest college meet contested in the United States in 2013. 
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  • Henry Hires Grimes as Track and Field Assistant Coach

    Texas A&M track and field head coach Pat Henry, who won his seventh NCAA title at Texas A&M earlier in 2013, has hired Kris Grimes as an assistant coach for the Aggie track and field program. Grimes previously served as an assistant coach at the University of Nebraska and he will work with the multi-event student-athletes as well as the jumpers at Texas A&M. (via www.kbtx.com)
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  • Texas A&M & Florida Share Men's Title, Kansas Women Win at NCAA's

    2013-06-05 at Hayward Field in Eugene (via MileSplit)
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  • Andreas Behm appointed Sprints and Hurdles Head Coach at World Athletics Center - World Athletics Center

    Andreas Behm has been appointed the Head Coach of the World Sprints Center at the World Athletics Center, based in Phoenix, Arizona. (via World Athletics Center)
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  • Brown Ready To Make Noise At Dream 100

    The future Texas A&M Aggie has had a wonderful season in which she helped her anchored her relay mates in all-time record form.   The 4x100r cranked 46.10 to place fourth in the Penn Relays Championship of the America; the 4x200r rocked the IL state meet in 1:36.86.  
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  • In Her Own Words: Shamier Little

    Hey, this weekend was just too great I swear. I finished off my highschool track season down state at Charlestonl Illinois, and competed in four events (100 hurdles, 400, 300 hurdles, and 200). I don't even know where to start..Last year I did all four events, and broke five records over the course of two days. I took home a third place state trophy all by myself.
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  • Alumni Report 5/14

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  • In Her Own Words: Shamier Little

    Track season is almost over. Well, not completely over. Once I stop, I'll be back on the track in a few months,but highschool track is almost over. I'm a senior. So far, I've had some good meets. Especially indoor. Recently, I went to Penn Relays. Days before I even flew to Pennsylvania, I was all worked up and nervous about my race. I don't remember it ever being that bad.
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  • Florida Men, Texas A&M Women Take Command of DI Rankings

    The defending champion Florida men and the Texas A&M women have moved to the top of the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Division I National Team Computer Rankings following the removal of 2012 marks from the rankings formula. (via USTFCCCA)
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  • OLIVIA EKPONE'S RIGHT WHERE SHE WANTS TO BE

    Olivia Ekpone is coming home, sort of, for the 119th Penn Relay Carnival.  
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  • Texas A&M Men, Kansas Women No. 1 in DI Rankings Amid Top-Five Shake-Up

    Some minor shuffling took place within the top five of both the men’s and women’s U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) National Team Computer Rankings, one week ahead of the removal of preseason data and the potential for a much larger shake-up. (via USTFCCCA)
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  • In Her Own Words: Shamier Little

    Hey guys, it's Shamier again (*waves*). I haven't blogged in a while, but trust me, you haven't missed too mch. Since you guys last heard from me, I've had a few competitions.
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  • In Her Own Words: Shamier Little

    Shamier little here. Hai yawwwll. I'm in New York! There was a struggle getting here, but eventually, I made it.  New York is nice. It's not too different from Chicago. It is a little bit more "city" if that makes sense. I'm staying with the family of Dante Price and they're pretty cool people. We went to the Armory and its crazy up there. I got my backpack, and I love it . I'm a bag person because purses creep me out. I've already seen a few people from the Brooks PR meet, and from other meets in the past, and I hope I can hang out with them over this hectic weekend. 
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  • In Her Own Words: Shamier Little

    Hai guys, it's Shammmm Little. I am back from Seattle and I had a great time. I met some really cool me track friends and got to catch up with others.I played some angry birds, played some basketball, did a little dancing, ate, and slept. I hate hate hate traveling, but I love the experience of meeting new people and getting better. We got some pretty nice Brooks gear and I think it's making my Nike stuff a little jealous.
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  • Brooks PR Invitational Illinois Connections - Shamier Little

    The Brooks PR Invitational brings together the nations top track and field athletes from across the country to compete at the Dempsey Center in Seattle, Washington, one of the fastest indoor tracks in the nation. The meet consists of seven events the 60 meter dash, 60 meter hurdles, 400 meter dash, 800 meter run, one mile run, and two mile run. Illinois is well represented sending six of the state's finest to Seattle. Leading up to the meet we will spotlight these talented runners.  
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  • Texas A&M Adds 17 Athletes Amid Talented And Versatile Recruiting Class

    Texas A&M added a talented and versatile group of athletes on national signing day as 17 individuals (10 men, seven women) signed a national letter of intent to join the Aggie track and field program for the 2013-2014 season. (via www.kbtx.com)
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  • Aggies Land Distance Star Alex Riba

    O'Fallon senior Alex Riba didn't mind the recruiting process. He just rolled with the punches and went along for the ride. Visits to schools across the country, lots of food, and meeting new people. He visited Arkansas, Alabama, Auburn and Texas A&M. 
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  • SEC Sweeps A&M Mondo Challenge, Brea Garrett Breaks 13-Year-Old Record

    A pair of Aggie school records were broken Saturday as the SEC tandem of Texas A&M and Tennessee swept the team scoring against the Big 12 and Pac-12 in front of 1,621 fans at Gilliam Indoor Stadium. (via AggieAthletics.com)
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  • Texas A&M men win Triangular, women finish second by four points

    A feisty battle for points among three tradition-rich track and field schools entertained a crowd of 1,487 at the Texas A&M Triangular on Saturday afternoon inside Gilliam Indoor Stadium as the Aggie men won and the women finished second. (via AggieAthletics.com)
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  • Lindblom's Little Has Big Plans At Texas A&M

    When you are a five-time state champion like Lindblom's Shamier Little the choice of colleges you can pick from are plentiful. She visited the University of Tennesseee, Texas A&M, South Carolina, and the University of Alabama. She says the process wasn't as hectic as she thought it would be, but the hardest point was having to tell coaches at the end she would not be attending their school.
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  • Weekend Highlights: 12/6-12/9

    Weekend Highlights: 12/6-12/9
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  • Olivia Ekpone claims silver in World Junior 200m

    Texas A&M's Olivia Ekpone claimed a silver medal at the IAAF World Junior Championships on Friday as she utilized a strong finish in the 200 meters to set a career best time of 23.15 seconds. (via )
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  • Olivia Ekpone 200m semi-final video

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  • Another Positive Campaign for the U.S. in Day Three Qualifying at World Juniors

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  • USATF Junior Nationals Videos, Photos, Results!

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  • Alumni Report (Updated 5/29)

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  • Txrunning Team Recruiting Rankings- Big 12

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  • Texas A&M qualifies 49 athletes for NCAA Championhip field

    Texas A&M, two-time defending dual NCAA Outdoor Championships, begins its quest for an unprecedented third consecutive double title haul with 49 athletes qualified for the NCAA West preliminaries in Eugene, Oregon.
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  • Big 12 Outdoor honors for Jeneba Tarmoh, Prezel Hardy & Coach Henry

    Texas A&M claimed four of the six postseason honors given out by the Big 12 Conference for the outdoor track and field season. The Aggies were honored with Performer of the Year, Freshman of the Year and both Coach of the Year awards.
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  • Texas A&M sweeps Big 12 Outdoor track and field championships

    Texas A&M swept the Big 12 Outdoor Championship team titles as the Aggie men set a conference points record with 175 points while the A&M women claimed a fifth consecutive Big 12 title.
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  • Daphne Fitzpatrick breaks heptathlon school record to earn Big 12 silver

    Texas A&M senior Daphne Fitzpatrick broke an eighth-year old school record to earn the silver medal in the Big 12 heptathlon. The Aggie men and women, currently third in team scoring, qualified 28 positions for Sunday's track finals.
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  • Sam Humphreys successfully defends Big 12 javelin title

    Texas A&M totaled 37 points in three throwing events on the opening day of the Big 12 Outdoor Championships. Sam Humphreys defended his javelin title while Bonnie Richardson led a 2-3-6-8 Aggie crew in the women's javelin with a 16-foot PR.
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  • Texas A&M pursues Big 12 Outdoor Championship team titles in Norman

    As Texas A&M pursues team titles at the Big 12 Outdoor Championships, held on the OU campus this weekend, Aggie senior sprinters Jessica Beard and Gerald Phiri aim for their fourth consecutive titles in the 400 and 100 meters.
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  • Texas A&M assistant Dan Waters named head coach at Alabama

    Texas A&M's Dan Waters has been named head men's and women's track and field coach at the University of Alabama. Waters is in his seventh season as an assistant coach with the Aggie's national championship program.
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  • Jessica Beard named A&M's female Distinguished Letterman of the Year

    Aggie senior Jessica Beard was selected as Texas A&M's female Distinguished Letterman of the Year during the annual CHAMPS awards banquet that honors the student-athletes.
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  • A&M wins women's 4x2, men's 4x4 on final day of Penn Relays

    Texas A&M won another pair of relays on Saturday at the 117th Penn Relay Carnival and totaled four on the weekend. A couple of other opportunities were casualties of a dropped baton.
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  • Aggies defend two relay titles, Mayo wins seventh Penn Relays watch

    Texas A&M won a third consecutive 4x100 title and its third shuttle hurdle relay at the 117th Penn Relay Carnival while Gabby Mayo equaled the women's record for relay watches with her seventh relay victory.
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  • A&M women lead qualifying in 4x1, 4x4 at Penn Relay Carnival

    Texas A&M led qualifying in the 4x100 and 4x400 during the first day of the 117th Penn Relay Carnival. The Aggies are two-time defending champions in the sprint relay and seeking their first 4x400 title.
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  • Texas A&M enters 11 relay events for 117th Penn Relay Carnival

    Texas A&M has the national leading time in six of the 11 relays they will enter at the 117th Penn Relay Carnival held at historic Franklin Field this Thursday through Saturday in Philadelphia.
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  • Aggies generate six wins at Baylor's Michael Johnson Classic

    Texas A&M posted six victories at the Michael Johnson Classic on Saturday. Laura Asimakis improved her school record to 13-9 while Prezel Hardy, Jr. lowered his world junior leading time to 10.13.
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  • Aggies face Big 12 rivals in Baylor's Michael Johnson Classic

    Texas A&M travels to Waco on Saturday with a large contingent ready to compete at the Michael Johnson Classic. Among the 18 teams competing will be Big 12 rivals Baylor, Oklahoma and Texas as well as TCU and Texas-Arlington.
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  • Dominique Duncan earns Big 12 Athlete of the Week honor

    Texas A&M sprinter Dominique Duncan earned the women's Big 12 Track & Field Athlete of the Week honor. Aggie grad Fabrice Lapierre was named Athletics Australia male Athlete of the Year.
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  • Aggies claim nine wins in Florida's Tom Jones Memorial Classic

    Texas A&M totaled nine wins during the Tom Jones Memorial Classic hosted by Florida. Sam Humphreys and Emalies Humphreys swept the javelin titles while Dominique Duncan won a windy 200 in 22.79 seconds.
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  • Aggies visit Gators in Florida's Tom Jones Memorial Classic

    Texas A&M travels to Gainesville, Florida for the Tom Jones Memorial Classic hosted by the University of Florida. The Aggies enter the meet with the No. 1 ranked women's team and the No. 2 men's team.
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  • Big 12 Athlete of the Week honors for Aggie sprinters

    Texas A&M sprinters Gerald Phiri and Jeneba Tarmoh each earned Big 12 Athlete of the Week honors from their performances at the 84th Texas Relays. Both won in the 100 meters and ran legs on winning relays.
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  • Aggies earn 3rd consecutive outstanding team honors at Texas Relays

    Texas A&M earns a third consecutive outstanding team honor at 84th Texas Relays while Gerald Phiri is named men's outstanding performer. Aggies win six relay titles among 12 victories in Austin.
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  • Aggies win Texas Relays sprint medley, Humphreys defends javelin title

    Texas A&M won four events on Friday at the 84th Texas Relays. Sam Humphreys improved his school record by an inch in the javelin while the Aggie sprint medley just missed a school record.
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  • Texas A&M wins Texas Relays 4 x 800 for first time since 1945

    Winning the Texas Relays 4 x 800 relay for the first time in 66 years also broke a 24-year-old record by the Aggie crew of Sam Mutschler, Joey Roberts, Oscar Ramirez and Michael Preble.
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  • Fitzpatrick currently third in Texas Relays heptathlon

    Texas A&M senior Daphne Fitzpatrick is currently third in the heptathlon, just two points behind the runner-up. Action continues on Thursday, starting at 11 a.m.
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  • Aggies ready to showcase talents at 84th Texas Relays

    Texas A&M will showcase its talents over four days of the 84th Texas Relays this weekend, starting with the heptathlon and decathlon on Wednesday and Thursday. The Aggies have been named outstanding team of the Relays the past two years.
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  • Aggies sweep Tigers in showdown of nationally ranked teams

    The No. 1 Texas A&M women and the No. 2 Aggie men defeated No. 3 LSU women and No. 5 Tiger men at the LSU Invitational on Saturday. The Aggies swept all four relays, producing collegiate leading marks in three of the relays.
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  • Aggies face test in six-team scored LSU Invitational

    Texas A&M will be part of a six-team scored meet on Saturday at the LSU Invitational. NCAA Indoor champions Jessica Beard and Demetrius Pinder will run their first 400 outdoors.
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  • Demetrius Pinder shares men's Big 12 Athlete of the Week honor

    Texas A&M senior sprinter Demetrius Pinder shared Big 12 Athlete of the Week honors with Texas hurdler Keiron Stewart. Pinder produced a win over Olympian Jeremy Wariner in the 200 and split 44.8 on the Aggie's meet record relay.
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  • Texas A&M wins nine events at Arizona State Invite

    Amid the nine victories attained by Texas A&M at the Arizona State Invitational, Demetrius Pinder enjoyed a special moment when he defeated Olympic 400m champion Jeremy Wariner over 200-meters on a cool night in the desert.
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  • Casey Strong breaks Aggie record in hammer

    Texas A&M hammer thrower Casey Strong broke an 11-year-old school record with a toss of 190-4 at the Arizona State Invitational on Friday evening. Action continues on Saturday with field events starting at 10 a.m., running events at 5 p.m.
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  • Aggie women start season No. 1, A&M men are ranked No. 2

    Preseason rankings for the outdoor track and field season have Texas A&M women No. 1 and the Aggie men No. 2. The second outdoor meet of the season will have A&M in Tempe, Arizona for the Arizona State Invitational this weekend.
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  • Aggie sign six more athletes to 2011 signing class

    Texas A&M has received six more national letters of intent since the national signing day in early February. The Aggies 2011 signing class now totals 35 athletes with 21 men and 14 women.
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  • School record pole vault amid 12 A&M wins at Aztec Invite

    Laura Asimakis broke a nine-year-old school record in the pole vault as Texas A&M claimed 12 victories in the Aztec Invitational hosted by San Diego State.
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  • Aggies open outdoor campaign at Aztec Invitational

    Texas A&M will open the outdoor portion of its season this weekend at the San Diego State Aztec Invitational. Aggies will contest the men's hammer on Friday afternoon, with the remainder of the team in action on Saturday.
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  • Vince Anderson named National Assistant Coach of the Year

    Texas A&M assistant coach Vince Anderson was named the NCAA Division I indoor women's National Coach of the Year, earning the honor for the second time in three seasons and his eighth national award since 2003.
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  • Aggies garner All-America honors from NCAA Indoor

    All-America honors were awarded by USTFCCCA following the NCAA Indoor Championships and 14 Aggies earned 18 first-team honors. Jessica Beard's career total reaches 14 All-America honors.
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  • Aggie men NCAA Indoor runner-up, A&M women fifth

    Texas A&M repeats its finish at NCAA Indoor with the men placing second and the women finishing fifth. Gold medals and school records were claimed by Jessica Beard, Demetrius Pinder and both 4x400 relays.
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  • Tarmohs earns NCAA 200 silver, Aggie men lead qualifying for finals

    Texas A&M's Jeneba Tarmoh and Dominique Duncan scored 12 points in the 200 while the Aggie men advanced five individuals into four finals where Michael Preble provided a highlight with a school record run.
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  • NCAA Indoor Champions near sell out again, 16 Aggies conest weekend Championships

    Texas A&M is near a sell out for the NCAA Indoor Championships this weekend, where the Aggies are challenging for a national team title against defending champions Florida men and Oregon women.
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  • Aggies earn three NCAA auto qualifiers at Iowa State

    Another Aggie school record fell as Texas A&M produced three NCAA automatic qualifying marks during the Iowa State Qualifier. Michael Preble won the 800 in a school record 1:47.27.
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  • Jessica Beard earns Big12 Performer of the Year honors

    Texas A&M senior sprinter Jessica Beard is named women's Big 12 Performer of the Year for the indoor season while Aggie head coach Pat Henry is awarded the men's Big 12 Coach of the Year honor.
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  • A&M men win first ever Big 12 Indoor title, women runner-up

    Texas A&M men win first conference indoor title since 1980 with 134 points. Aggie women place second as Jessica Beard and Jeneba Tarmoh share high-scorer honors.
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  • Pair of A&M records broken at Big 12 Championships, Aggies lead qualifying

    Texas A&M's first day at the Big 12 Championships included a pair of school records, 13 points in the men's long jump and 27 qualifiers for finals from Friday's prelims at the Devaney Center.
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  • Aggie women seek fifth Big 12 Indoor title, A&M men challenge for its first

    Texas A&M enters the Big 12 Indoor meet as four-time defending women's champions while the Aggie men have finished third the past two years. Returning champions include Gabby Mayo, Jessica Beard, and Tabarie Henry.
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  • Aggie cross country teams, two athletes earn All-Academic honors

    Both Texas A&M cross country teams earned All-Academic status for the 2010 season while individuals Kevin Burnett and Tara Upshaw were chosen to the All-Academic team as selected by the USTFCCCA.
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  • Three A&M school records set as Big 12 sweeps Challenge titles

    Texas A&M totaled 13 victories as the Big 12 contingent of Baylor and Nebraska teamed up for a pair of team titles over the Pac-10, SEC and Conference USA at Gilliam Indoor on Saturday.
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  • Aggies host Challenge meet between Big 12, Conf. USA, Pac-10, SEC

    The Texas A&M Challenge, presented by Polytan, will feature 12 teams representing the Big 12, Conference USA, Pac-10 and SEC, on Saturday. Finals start at 2 p.m. in the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium.
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  • Pat Henry named top collegiate recruiter by <i>ESPN The Magazine</i>

    Texas A&M head coach Pat Henry was selected as the top recruiter among a top 20 list compiled by ESPN The Magazine and ESPNU of all college sports.
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  • Jessica Beard named track MVP of New Balance Collegiate Invitational

    Texas A&M senior Jessica Beard was named track MVP of the New Balance Collegiate Invitational as she won the 400 for the third time in four years and anchored the 4 x 400 to a 3:30.70 meet record.
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  • Texas A&M wins pair of 500m titles, runner-up in 60 at New Balance Collegiate

    Texas A&M had a pair of victories in the 500m while adding a runner-up finish in the women's 60 final during the first day of action at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational in New York City.
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  • Aggies add two more to 2011 signing class

    Texas A&M adds two more athletes - a distance runner and thrower - to its signing class, which now totals 29. The Aggies compete in New York City this weekend at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational.
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  • Aggies sign 27 track and field athletes on natonal signing day

    Texas A&M signed a class of 27 new Aggies in track and field on Wednesday, with 15 men and 12 women set to join the national championship program in the fall of 2011.
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  • Aggie Track & Field Signing Day 2011

    Click here for Signing Day coverage beginning at 8:00 a.m. Tuesday, February 2. AggieAthletics.com is your source for official Signing Day coverage.
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  • A&M senior Gabby Mayo receives Penn Relays Frank Dolson award

    Texas A&M senior Gabby Mayo will receive the Penn Relays/Frank Dolson award Monday evening during the 107th annual banquet held by the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association.
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  • Big 12 sweeps SEC in Texas A&M Challenge, Aggies win five events

    The Aggies supplied five victories as the Big 12 swept the SEC in the Texas A&M Challenge, presented by Mondo. The Big 12 men won 383-214 while the Big 12 women defeated the SEC 363-312.
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  • Aggie men win distance medley, A&M women break school record

    The Aggie men secured a win in the distance medley relay while the A&M women broke a 9-year-old record on the first night of action at the Texas A&M Challenge between the Big 12 and SEC.
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  • Texas A&M Challenge - Big 12 vs. SEC - heat sheets

    The Aggies, with its women ranked No. 2 and the men ranked No. 3, host the Texas A&M Challenge, which is presented by Mondo America, on Friday and Saturday in the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium.
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  • Aggie sprinters collect Big 12 Athlete of Week honors

    The Big 12 Conference office selected a pair of Aggie senior sprinters, Jessica Beard and Gerald Phiri, for their weekly honors in track and field this week.
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  • Texas A&M defeats LSU in dual meet

    In a dual meet between two nationally ranked programs, Texas A&M defeated LSU in both men's and women's competition Saturday at the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium.
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  • Texas A&M hosts LSU in Dual meet among nationally ranked teams

    Nationally ranked Texas A&M and LSU square off in a Dual meet on Saturday at the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium beginning at 3:30 p.m. The weekend will also include a track and field reunion.
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  • Aggies claim 11 wins as Big 12 rolls in Texas A&M Conference Challenge

    The Aggies earned 11 victories as the Big 12 claimed both scoring titles in the Texas A&M Conference Challenge in front of 2,202 fans in Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium on Saturday.
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  • Coach Henry comments regarding Curtis Mitchell

    Texas A&M head coach Pat Henry releases a statement regarding Aggie senior sprinter Curtis Mitchell, who decided to pursue a professional career with a year of eligibility remaining at Texas A&M.
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  • Aggies host conference challenge between Big 12, Southland, Sunbelt & SWAC

    The Aggies, with the women No. 2 and the men No. 3 in preseason rankings, host the Texas A&M Conference Challenge on Saturday, Jan. 15, in the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium. Action begins at noon with prelims and finals start at 2 p.m.
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  • Texas A&M Open - Heat Sheets

    The Texas A&M Open will be held on Friday and Saturday, Jna. 7-8. Start time on Friday is 5 p.m., while Saturday's morning session begins at 9:30 a.m. and the afternoon session starts at 4 p.m.
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  • Reveille Invitational - Joey Roberts breaks school record in 800 meters

    Texas A&M's Joey Roberts won the 800 meters in a school record during the Reveille Invitational on Saturday. Roberts was one of 10 wins posted by the Aggies and a dozen marks that altered its all-time top 10.
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  • Reveille Invitational starts indoor campaign for national champion Aggies

    Reveille Invitational provides Texas A&M with a preview of the indoor season as Aggies host Baylor, Houston and TCU at the Gilliam Indoor Track. The two-hour meet starts at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday.
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  • Aggies open indoor season Saturday with Reveille Invitational

    Texas A&M track and field will host Baylor, Houston and TCU on Saturday during the two-hour Reveille Invitational, which begins at 12:30 p.m. at the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium.
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  • Rogers and Upshaw complete cross country season with national race

    Texas A&M sophomores Natosha Rogers and Tara Upshaw competed in the NCAA Cross Country Championship race on Monday. Rogers placed 164th while Upshaw finished 178th on the LaVern Gibson Championship Course.
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  • Pair of Aggies set for NCAA Cross Country Championship

    Texas A&M's sophomore tandem of Tara Upshaw and Natosha Rogers will represent the Aggies on Monday during the NCAA Championships hosted by Indiana State. Live coverage starts at 11 a.m. on NCAA.com.
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  • Natosha Rogers selected for at-large berth into NCAA race

    Texas A&M cross country added a second runner into the NCAA Championship field when Natosha Rogers was selected as an at-large entry on Sunday by the NCAA committee.
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  • Tara Upshaw places 10th in Region to qualify for NCAA Championship

    Texas A&M sophomore Tara Upshaw placed 10th in the South Central Region cross country meet to earn an automatic individual qualification into the NCAA Championships as both Aggie teams placed fifth.
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  • Aggies compete in NCAA South Central Region meet Saturday in Waco

    Texas A&M cross country, regionally ranked 4th among the women and 7th among the men, will contend for team and individual NCAA Championship qualifying during the South Central Region meet hosted on the Cottonwood Creek golf course in Waco.
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  • Aggies place ninth in both races at Big 12 Championships

    Texas A&M placed ninth in both races during the Big 12 Championships held Saturday on the campus of Oklahoma State University. Katherine Devlin led the women's team while Kevin Burnett paced the men's effort.
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  • Big 12 Championships next test for Aggie cross country

    Texas A&M travels to Stillwater, Oklahoma for Saturday's Big 12 Championships in cross country. The women's race, covering 6,000 meters, starts at 10 a.m. while the men's race, over 8,000 meters, begins at 11 a.m.
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  • Aggie women third, A&M men fifth at Arkansas Chile Pepper Festival

    Texas A&M posted a pair of top five team finishes at the 22nd Chile Pepper Festival on Saturday. Katherine Devlin led the A&M women to a third-place finish while Henrik Ingebrigtsen led the Aggie men to a fifth-place effort among 50 teams.
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  • Chile Pepper Festival offers challenging field for Aggies

    Texas A&M will race in a field of 40-plus teams at Arkansas' Chile Pepper Festival on Saturday. Among the teams are five men's and four women's teams that rank nationally in the top 30.
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  • Fabrice Lapierre sets record in winning Commonwealth long jump gold

    Texas A&M grad Fabrice Lapierre won a Commonwealth Games gold on Saturday, setting a meet record in New Dehli, India. Earlier this season Lapierre claimed the World Indoor Championship in Doha.
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  • Fabrice Lapierre leads long jump qualifying at Commonwealth Games

    Australian Fabrice Lapierre, a graduate of Texas A&M, led long jump qualifying on Friday at the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, India. Another Aggie jumper, Yasmine Regis, placed eighth in the triple jump final for England.
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  • Katherine Devlin leads A&M women to 10th place finish in Wisconsin

    Texas A&M women placed 10th and the Aggie men were 17th at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational, which featured 13 squads nationally ranked among the top 30 this season.
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  • Aggies return to action, face ranked teams in Wisconsin

    Texas A&M will compete in the second annual Wisconsin adidas Invitational on Saturday against of field of 20 teams, 13 of which are nationally ranked among the top 30 this season.
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  • Aggie women win Crimson Classic, men place third

    Texas A&M women defeated host Alabama by four points, 53-57, to claim the team title at the 22nd annual Crimson Classic on Saturday. The Aggie men finished third behind Alabama and Mississippi.
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  • A&M cross country adds Alabama's Crimson Classic to schedule

    Texas A&M cross country will make up its canceled home meet by competing in the Alabama Crimson Classic this Saturday in Tuscaloosa. South Central Region rankings updated this week have the Aggie men No. 3 and the women No. 6.
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  • Aggie NCAA Championship teams take part in White House reception with President

    Texas A&M track and field national championship teams enjoyed the reception President Obama held on the South Lawn of the White House on Monday. Many Aggies shook hands with the President and a few were able to converse with President Obama.
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  • Texas A&M NCAA champion track and field teams visit with President Obama today

    Texas A&M track and field team is in Washington D.C. for visit with President Obama on Monday afternoon on the South Lawn of the White House.
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  • Texas A&M Cross Country Invitational CANCELED

    The Texas A&M Invitational, scheduled for Friday evening, has been canceled due to flooding of the Penberthy Intramural Fields this week from heavy rains with the tropical storm that passed through the area.
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  • Aggies host Invitational on A&M campus Friday evening

    The Texas A&M Invitational will be held Friday evening under the lights at Penberthy Intramural Fields. University and high school divisions will be contested. The collegiate field includes 10 ranked teams in the South Central Region.
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  • Aggies face another challenging schedule during 2011 outdoor season

    Two-time defending NCAA Track & Field Champion Texas A&M will embark on another challenging outdoor campaign in 2011, visiting national powers Arizona State, LSU and Florida along with traditional relay meets hosted by Texas and Penn.
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  • Three Aggies place among top 10 at Lobo Invitational

    Texas A&M cross country had three runners finish among the top 10 in its opening meet of the season at the Lobo Invitational hosted by New Mexico. MacLean O'Donnell placed fifth as Katherine Devlin and Natosha Rogers finished sixth and eighth.
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  • Aggie cross country opens season in New Mexico

    Texas A&M begins its 2010 cross country season in New Mexico as they compete in the 11th annual Lobo Invitational, which will be held on Saturday, Sept. 4, at the UNM North Golf Course.
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  • White House invitation for Texas A&M track and field national champions

    Texas A&M receives an official invitation from President Barack Obama this week for the Aggie men's and women's national championship track and field teams to visit the White House during a reception in September.
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  • Aggies will dual LSU, host NCAA Indoor in 2011

    The 2011 indoor track and field season will feature an A&M versus LSU dual meet, three Texas A&M Challenge meets and concludes with the 2011 NCAA Indoor Championships at Gilliam Indoor Stadium.
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  • Trinity Otto fourth among Team USA during Thorpe Cup in Germany

    Texas A&M senior Trinity Otto placed fourth among Team USA and 10th overall during the Thorpe Cup, held in Marburg, Germany, this weekend, where he produced a decathlon score of 7,390 points.
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  • Aggie sprinters earm relay medals at CAC Games

    Texas A&M sprinters Clora Williams and Demetrius Pinder earned gold and silver 4x400 relay medals during the Central American and Caribbean Games in Puerto Rico on Friday evening.
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  • A&M sprinter Tabarie Henry earns silver medal in 400 meters at CAC Games

    Texas A&M's Tabarie Henry claimed silver in the men's 400 final at the Central American and Caribbean Games in Puerto Rico while Aggie grad Clora Williams placed fourth in the women's 400.
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  • A&M incoming frosh Ashley Collier anchors USA 4x100 to World Junior gold

    Texas A&M incoming freshman Ashley Collier anchors Team USA 4 x 100 relay to a World Junior Championship gold medal in Moncton, Canada, on Saturday afternoon.
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  • A&M's Flemings finishes fifth in 100m hurdles semi at World Juniors

    Texas A&M frosh hurdler Donique' Flemings placed fifth in the semifinal of the 100m hurdles at the World Junior Championships on Wednesday, as her 13.79 just missed making the final as a time qualifier.
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  • A&M hurdler Donique' Flemings advances to semifinal at IAAF World Juniors

    Texas A&M hurdler Donique' Flemings won her opening round heat in 13.50 to reach the 100 hurdle semifinal at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Canada.
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  • Three Aggies set to compete in IAAF World Junior Championships

    Texas A&M will be represented by current frosh Donique' Flemings as well as incoming freshmen Henrik Ingebrigtsen and Ashley Collier during the IAAF World Junior Championships in Moncton, Canada.
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  • Mitchell wins NACAC 200m gold, Pinder earns relay silver

    Texas A&M sprinters Curtis Mitchell and Demetrius Pinder added a second medal to their collection from the NACAC U-23 Championships. Four Aggie athletes totaled seven medals from the meet.
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  • Curtis Mitchell runs 19.99 to lead 200m qualifying at NACAC

    Texas A&M junior Curtis Mitchell sped to a career best 19.99 seconds during the prelims of the 200m at the NACAC Championships in his home state of Florida on Saturday.
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  • Jeneba Tarmoh wins NACAC 100m gold as Aggies earn three medals

    Texas A&M sprinter Jeneba Tarmoh runs a windy 11.00 to win 100-meter gold at NACAC under-23 Championships. Ashika Charan earns silver in triple jump while Demetrius Pinder gets bronze in 400.
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  • Four Aggies competing in NACAC U-23 this weekend in Florida

    Texas A&M will have four athletes in the NACAC U-23 Championships. Three Aggies - Ashika Charan, Curtis Mitchell and Jenebar Tarmoh - are part of the U.S. team while Demetrius Pinder represents the Bahamas.
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  • Porscha Lucas finishes third in 200 final at U.S. Championships

    Texas A&M senior sprinter Porscha Lucas ran 22.57 for third place in the final of the 200 at the U.S. Championships in Des Moines, Iowa, while Aggie volunteer assistant Wallace Spearmon won the men's 200 in a windy 19.77.
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  • Trinity Otto places fifth in decathlon at U.S. Championships

    Trinity Otto completes fourth decathlon of the season, placing fifth at the U.S. Championships. Aggie volunteer assistants Wallace Spearmon and Aries Merritt advance to semifinals of 200 and 110 hurdles.
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  • Pat Henry earns dual national coaching honors from USTFCCCA

    Texas A&M's Pat Henry earns National Men's & Women's Coach of the Year honors from the USTFCCCA for the second consecutive year.
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  • A&M's Trinity Otto currently 2nd in decathlon, pair of Aggies 7th at U.S. Championships

    Trinity Otto had a solid first day of the decathlon and is currently in 2nd place at the U.S. Championships in Des Moines, Iowa. A pair of Aggies, Jeneba Tarmoh and Tyron Stewart, finished seventh in finals held on Friday.
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  • Donique' Flemings wins U.S. Junior 100 hurdle title with career best 13.33

    Texas A&M frosh Donique' Flemings wins the U.S. Junior Championship in the 100 hurdles with a 13.33, earning a trip to Canada for the World Junior Championships in July.
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  • Nine Texas A&M athletes competing in USATF Championships

    Texas A&M will have nine athletes in Des Moines, Iowa, this weekend for the USATF Championships held on the Drake University campus. Seven athletes are in the U.S. Championships while two are involved in the U.S. Junior Championships.
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  • Vince Anderson earns third consecutive USTFCCCA national assistant coaching honor

    For the third consecutive year Texas A&M assistant coach Vince Anderson was awarded the National Women's Assistant Coach of the Year honor by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
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  • Three Aggies selected to United States team for the NACAC U-23 meet

    Texas A&M will have three athletes on the United States NACAC under-23 team. The Aggies selected to the team include Ashika Charan, Curtis Mitchell and Jeneba Tarmoh.
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  • Texas A&M earns 38 All-America honors during NCAA Championships

    No. 1 Texas A&M earned 38 All-America accolades, 19 each for the men and women, during the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Leading the team with four All-America honors apiece were Curtis Mitchell and Jeneba Tarmoh.
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  • No. 1 TEXAS A&M SWEEPS NCAA OUTDOOR TITLES ONCE AGAIN

    Texas A&M repeats as national champions in track and field, winning men's and women's NCAA Outdoor Championships at historic Hayward Field. Coach Henry repeats a double he achieved 20 years ago.
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  • Aggies score 46 more points on third day of NCAA Championships

    No. 1 Texas A&M is in position to repeat its dual national championship after scoring 46 points, 24 for men and 22 for women, on the third day of the NCAA Championships at Hayward Field in Oregon.
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  • Aggies add eight points, qualifying eight more places for weekend finals

    No. 1 Texas A&M added eight more points to its tally, four each for the men and women. In addition the Aggies added eight more places for finals in the 200, 100H and both relays.
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  • Aggies score well in triple jump, qualify seven to finals along with two relays

    Texas A&M men in lead by one point after first day of NCAA Championships with 14 points. The Aggies advanced well in the sprints sending both 4x1 relays and seven sprinters to the finals of 100 and 400.
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  • No. 1 Texas A&M defends dual NCAA Championships in Oregon

    Texas A&M will face a tough challenge from host Oregon in a bid to repeat it's dual national championship effort of a year ago. Florida and LSU also offer strong challenges this week in Eugene.
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  • USTFCCCA Region honors for A&M athletes, coaches

    Texas A&M had two athletes, Curtis Mitchell and Jessica Beard, earn region Athlete of the Year honors while three Aggie coaches - Pat Henry, Vince Anderson and Jim VanHootegem, were selected for region Coach of the Year accolades.
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  • Texas A&M among favorites for team titles in Track & Field News NCAA formchart

    In the latest Track & Field News formchart for the NCAA Championships the Texas A&M women are predicted to win by one point over host Oregon while the Aggie men are tabbed for second, just two points behind Florida.
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  • Texas A&M men and women return to No. 1 status

    Heading into the NCAA Championships the Aggies returned to the No. 1 position in the USTFCCCA national team rankings. The University of Oregon will host the national meet at Hayward Field from June 9-12.
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  • Aggies continue to advance more sprinters, hurdlers to NCAA Championships

    Texas A&M adds all four relays, two hurdlers, five sprinters in the 200 and five triple jumpers to its total of athletes advancing to the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
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  • Aggies advance 14 more athletes to Eugene, now total 21

    Texas A&M enjoyed another day at the West region preliminary rounds, advancing 14 athletes to Eugene. In a span of an hour 10 sprinters secured their place in semifinals of the 100 and 400 meters.
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  • Five Aggies qualify for Eugene, A&M advances 15 on the track

    Texas A&M had three javelin throwers, including a brother-sister combo, advance to Eugene, Oregon, along with long jumpers Melvin Echard and Julian Reid during the first day of the West region.
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  • Aggies qualify 40 athletes to NCAA Championship field

    Defending NCAA Champion Texas A&M has qualified 21 women and 19 men to the 2010 Championship field, which gets started on Thursday in Austin with the preliminary rounds of the NCAA Championships.
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  • Texas A&M's Pat Henry named Big 12 women's Coach of the Year

    Texas A&M's Pat Henry earned his fourth Big 12 Outdoor women's Coach of the Year honor. Coverage of the Big 12 meet will air this weekend on the Fox Sports network. In Texas the first showing is at 12:30 p.m. on Friday.
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  • A&M women win 8th Big 12 title, Aggie men finish third

    Texas A&M totals 12 victories on the final day of the Big 12 Championships as the women win an eighth consecutive Big 12 Championship, their fourth outdoors, and the men place third.
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  • Big 12 Championships - LIVE UPDATES - Day 3

    Texas A&M starts day three of the Big 12 Championships with a pair of wins - Ashika Charan in the triple jump and the women's 4 x 100.
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  • Three bronze medals on second day of Big 12 Championships

    Three bronze medals were earned during second day action at the Big 12 Championships by Texas A&M - Trinity Otto (decathlon), Daphne Fitzpatrick (heptathlon) and Vashti Thomas (long jump).
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  • A&M frosh Sam Humphreys wins Big 12 javelin title

    Sam Humphreys claimed the first Aggie victory at the Big 12 Championships with a toss of 243-9 in the javelin. Katherine Devlin ran a PR for fourth place in the women's 10,000 meters.
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  • Big 12 Championships - LIVE UPDATES

    The first final of the Big 12 Championships in Columbia, Missouri, was a productive one for A&M as Katherine Devlin places fourth in the 10,000 with a career best of 34:51.67.
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  • 23 Aggies earn Academic All-Big 12 honor

    Texas A&M had 23 athletes earn Academic All-Big 12 honors this season, 15 of which were first team selections.
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  • No. 1 Aggies ready to challenge for Big 12 Championships

    Texas A&M women seek to continue it's hold on the Big 12 Championship while the Aggie men, second in team scoring the past two years, aims for its first title since 2001.
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  • Men's Basketball & Women's Cross Country Honored by NCAA

    Texas A&M men's basketball and women's cross country teams were publicly recognized by the NCAA for outstanding academic progress.
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  • Both Aggie squads No. 1 in national team rankings

    Defending national champion Texas A&M is No. 1 in both the men's and women's national team rankings this week. The Aggie women return to it's No. 1 status after one week as No. 2. The A&M men enjoy being No. 1 for a second consecutive week.
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  • Lucas runs collegiate leader in 200, Echard long jump windy 26 feet

    Porscha Lucas led an A&M 1-2-3 sweep of the 200 with a US and collegiate leading 22.85 at Myers Stadium while Melvin Echard won the long jump with a wind-aided mark of 26-0 1/4.
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  • Aggies visit Austin for Saturday's Texas Invitational

    Texas A&M, with the men ranked No. 1 and the women No. 2 in national team rankings, will see All-American jumper Julian Reid return to action at the Texas Invitational in Austin on Saturday.
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  • Aggie men move up to No. 1, A&M women now No. 2 in national rankings

    Texas A&M track and field remains atop the USTFCCCA national rankings with the Aggie men moving up to No. 1 while the women are now No. 2.
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  • A&M women set another collegiate record, men defend 4x1 at Penn

    Texas A&M's third consecutive Penn Relays 4 x 200 victory included a collegiate record of 1:29.42 while the Aggie men defended its 4 x 100 title in front of a record crowd at Franklin Field.
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  • A&M women set collegiate record in shuttle hurdles, defend 4x1 title

    Texas A&M women put together an impressive day with a collegiate record in the shuttle hurdle relay and defended a 4 x 100 title. The Aggie men led qualyfing in three relay events - 4x1, 4x2, 4x4.
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  • Fitzpatrick wins Penn Relays high jump, women's 4x100 posts top time

    Daphne Fitzpatrick wins high jump at Penn Relays while the women's 4 x 100 posts the top qualifying time and the 4 x 400 crew runs the second fastest qualifier Thursday at Franklin Field.
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  • A&M defends four relay titles at 114th Penn Relay Carnival

    Texas A&M will be defending relay titles in the men's and women's 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 relays after becoming the first school to win those four relay events at the Penn Relays a year ago.
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  • A&M grad Fabrice Lapierre wins third Australian title with windy 28-9 3/4

    In winning a third Australian long jump title, A&M grad Fabrice Lapierre reached an amazing distance of 28 feet, 9 3/4 inches this weekend in Perth and qualified for the Commonwealth Games.
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  • Aggies still produce amid inclement weather at Michael Johnson Classic

    Texas A&M claimed six wins on a wet day in Waco during the Michael Johnson Classic, which had a few events cancelled due to heavy rains during the evening.
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  • Jessica Beard, Sam Humphreys named Big 12 Athlete of the Week

    Jessica Beard, who ran a 51.64 in her first outdoor 400, and Sam Humphreys, who set a school record of 251-8 in the javelin, were selected Big 12 Athlete of the Week following their performances in Oregon's Pepsi Team Invitational.
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  • Aggies travel to Baylor for Michael Johnson Classic

    Texas A&M competes at Baylor on Saturday in the Michael Johnson Classic. Field events begin at 9:30 a.m. while running prelims start at 11 a.m. Finals in running events start at 5 p.m. at the Hart/Patterson Track and Field Complex.
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  • Texas A&M second to Oregon in Pepsi Team Invitational

    Aggie frosh Sam Humphreys set a school record in the javelin as one of 15 wins for A&M in the Pepsi Team Invitational in Eugene on Saturday. Texas A&M placed second to Oregon in men's and women's team scoring.
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  • Oregon's Pepsi Team Invitataional features top-ranked Aggies

    Texas A&M, with its women ranked No. 1 and the men ranked No. 2 in national team rankings, travel to Eugene, Oregon, for the 21st Pepsi Team Invitational this weekend to face the Ducks, ranked No. 2 (women) and No. 3 (men).
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  • Texas A&M outstanding team at Texas Relays again

    Texas A&M earns outstanding team honors for a second consecutive year with nine victories on Saturday's showcase day at the Texas Relays.
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  • Pustka wins second Texas Relays javelin

    A&M's Hillary Pustka claimed her second Texas Relays javelin title while the men's sprint medley relay placed second during the third day of the Texas Relays
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  • TEXAS RELAYS: Friday - Live Updates

    Texas A&M's 4 x 100 relays lead qualifying to start the third day of the Texas Relays as A&M qualifies three hurdlers to the final.
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  • Trio of top five finishes highlight day two of Texas Relays

    Trinity Otto placed third in decathlon as Daphne Fitzpatrick and the men's 4 x 800 each finish fourth on second day of Texas Relays.
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  • Otto currently second, Fitzpatrick fourth in Texas Relays multis

    The first day of the Texas Relays had Trinity Otto in second place and Daphne Fitzpatrick in fourth amid the decathlon and heptathlon at Mike A. Myers Stadium.
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  • Aggies set for 83rd running of the Texas Relays

    Action begins Wednesday and runs through Saturday at the 83rd annual Texas Relays. Trinity Otto will compete in a fourth Relays decathlon while Daphne Fitzpatrick and Bonnie Richardson contest the heptathlon.
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  • Aggies tally 16 wins at Arizona State Invitational

    Melvin Echard claimed a pair of individual titles in the 110 hurdles and triple jump among the 16 victories the Aggies enjoyed at the Arizona State Invitational this weekend.
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  • Arizona State Invitational next destination for Texas A&M

    Texas A&M will have four collegiate leaders in action this weekend during the Arizona State Invitational along with nine other Aggie athletes currently in the top 10 of their respective events.
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  • Big 12 Athlete of the Week honor for Humphreys

    Sam Humphreys earned the Big 12 Athlete of the Week honor for his winning performance in the javelin this past weekend. A mark of 240-3 set a meet record and is the current NCAA leader by nearly eight feet.
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  • A&M posts eight wins, nine runner-up efforts on second day of Carolina meet

    Texas A&M set six meet records among the eight victories they claimed on the second day of the Carolina Spring Break Classic in Puerto Rico.
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  • Aggie frosh Sam Humphreys wins javelin with career best 240-3

    A pair of career best marks produced winning efforts for Sam Humphreys in the javelin and Laura Asimakis in the pole vault during the first day of the 5th annual Carolina Spring Break Classic.
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  • 16 Aggies earn 23 All-America honors from NCAA Indoor

    USTFCCCA announced All-America honors from the NCAA Indoor Championships held this past weekend. Seven Aggies earned a pair of All-America honors among a total of 16 A&M athletes receiving 23 honors.
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  • Texas A&M men second, women fifth at NCAA Indoor

    Texas A&M men closed out the NCAA Indoor Championships with a 3:04.40 victory in the 4 x 400 and tied for second in team scoring while the Aggie women finished fifth.
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  • Fabrice Lapierre wins World Indoor long jump gold

    Texas A&M grad Fabrice Lapierre became the first Australian to win long jump gold at a World Indoor Championship when his leap of 26 feet, 9 3/4 inches achieved the feat in Doha, Qatar on Saturday.
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  • Curtis Mitchell wins NCAA 200, breaks 22-year-old A&M record

    Curtis Mitchell blistered the field with a 20.38 second winning time in the 200 final Friday at the Tyson Center during the first day of the NCAA Indoor Championships.
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  • Fabrice Lapierre sets Australian indoor long jump record

    Texas A&M grad Fabrice Lapierre set an Australian indoor long jump record as he led qualifying at the World Indoor Championships on Friday with a leap of 26 feet, 10.5 inches.
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  • Aggies bid for more NCAA titles in Fayetteville

    Action starts Friday for Texas A&M in their bid to win NCAA Indoor Championships. Last summer Fayetteville was the host location when the Aggies won two NCAA team titles in track and field.
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  • Jessica Beard, Aggie coaches earn region awards

    Jessica Beard selected as South Central Region Women's Track Athlete of the Year, coaching honors awarded to Texas A&M head coach Pat Henry and assistant coach Vince Anderson.
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  • 21 Aggies set for NCAA Indoor Championships

    Texas A&M will have a squad of 21 athletes competing at the NCAA Indoor Championships during the March 12-13 weekend in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
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  • Vashti Thomas improves in triple jump at Arkansas qualifier

    Vashti Thomas improved from 24th to 18th on the national descending order list with a 42-5.25 runner-up effort in the triple jump at the Arkansas Final Qualifier in Fayetteville on Friday.
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  • Six Aggies travel to Arkansas for NCAA qualifiying meet

    Texas A&M will have six athletes competing Friday in Fayetteville, Arkansas as they attempt to improve their qualifying marks for the NCAA Indoor Championships.
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  • Honors for A&M track and field, cross country

    Big 12 Coach of the Year honor for Texas A&M head coach Pat Henry. Big 12 double champion Gabby Mayo added to Bowerman watch list. All-Academic honors for Mitch Bible and Joe Sauvageau in cross country.
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  • Texas A&M wins fourth Big 12 Indoor title

    Texas A&M women claim a fourth consecutive Big 12 Indoor championship while the Aggie men place third for a second straight year. Both teams earn points in the Lone Star Showdown.
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  • Big 12 Indoor Championships - Live updates

    Texas A&M is in Ames, Iowa for the Big 12 Indoor Championships. The Aggie women are seeking a fourth consecutive conference indoor team title while the A&M men are aiming for a first-ever Big 12 team championship.
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  • Aggies seek Big 12 Indoor titles in Ames

    Texas A&M travels to Iowa State this weekend for the Big 12 Indoor Championships. The Aggie women will attempt to win a fourth consecutive title while the A&M men contend for its first ever Big 12 Indoor team title.
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  • Big 12 sweeps second Texas A&M Challenge meet

    The Big 12 sweep both titles in the second Texas A&M Challenge over the SEC and Conference USA. The Aggies totaled six individual wins and two relay victories on the day.
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  • No. 1 Aggies host second conference Challenge meet

    Texas A&M will host a second Challenge meet this Saturday at Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium featuring three schools each from the Big 12, SEC and Conference USA with team scoring divided up by each conference.
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  • Aggies remain ranked No. 1 in nation

    A pair of team titles in New York City, along with four more NCAA automatic qualifiers kept Texas A&M No. 1 in the national rankings. Big 12 Athlete of the Week honors were awarded to Zuheir Sharif and Natasha Ruddock.
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  • No. 1 Texas A&M claims both team titles in New York City

    Five more victories and a pair of school records on Saturday led to a pair of team titles for No. 1 Texas A&M at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational held at the Armory in New York City.
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  • Henning avoids bloodshed, breaks meet WT record

    LSU’s Walter Henning can call the Armory home.  He knows everyone in the building. Even more people know him. Plus he spent endless hours camping out by the throwers’ cage for countless weekends as high schooler at St. Anthony’s on Long Island.
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  • McDermott leads Blue Devils to DMR win

    Ryan McDermott had one of those moments. It was the kind of moment that instigates multiple cell phone calls and tell the same story over and over and over yet each time with a renewed excitement. He already had the story laid out for him. All the Duke senior needed to do was secure the happy ending. Ryan McDermott had one of those moments. It was the kind of moment that instigates multiple cell phone calls and tell the same story over and over and over yet each time with a renewed excitement. He already had the story laid out for him. All the Duke senior needed to do was secure the happy ending.
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  • Aggies claim five wins at New Balance Collegiate Invitational

    Five victories and six runner-up performances highlighted the first day of the New Balance Collegiate Invitational held at the Armory in New York City.
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  • New York City next designation for No. 1 Aggies

    Texas A&M travels to New York City this weekend for the New Balance Collegiate Invitational held at the Armory on Friday and Saturday.
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  • Aggies add 19 recruits on National Signing Day

    Texas A&M's signing class for 2010 totaled 19 athletes on National Signing Day. There were 15 women and four men who signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday to join the Aggie track and field program.
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  • Aggie men and women are No. 1 in nation

    Four school records and three collegiate leading marks moved the Aggie men to No. 1 in the nation, joining the Texas A&M women. Tabarie Henry also earned Big 12 Athlete of the Week honors.
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  • Big 12 sweeps Texas A&M Challenge

    Big 12 track and field sweeps titles in Texas A&M Challenge over Pac-10 and SEC. Texas A&M men break four school records.
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  • Richardson, Fitzpatrick score well in pentathlon

    Bonnie Richardson and Daphne Fitzpatrick placed second and third in the pentathlon on Friday with marks that made the A&M all-time list.
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  • A&M Challenge features elite programs in Big 12/SEC/Pac-10 showdown

    The Texas A&M Challenge will pit three major track and field conferences against one another as nine schools represent the Big 12, SEC and Pac-10 this weekend in Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium.
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  • Aggies and Longhorns split in Track & Field Dual meet

    Texas A&M men defeated Texas 92-64 while the Texas women slipped past the Aggies 80.5 to 78.5 on Saturday in a dual meet between the two schools.
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  • Texas A&M hosts Texas in Dual meet Saturday

    Texas A&M and Texas will compete in a Dual meet on Saturday, starting at 3:30 p.m. in the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium. The three-hour meet will feature three Aggies who are currently world leaders in their events.
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  • Lucas and Pinder earn Big 12 Athlete of the Week honors

    Porscha Lucas and Demetrius Pinder each earned Big 12 Athlete of the Week honors after they garnered NCAA automatic qualifying marks during victories at the Texas A&M Invitational.
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  • Inside the Big 12

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  • Aggies capture pair of team titles as host of Texas A&M Invitational

    World-leading marks of 46.01 by Dimitrius Pinder in the 400 and 23.06 from Porscha Lucas in the 200 were a couple highlights for the Aggies as they claimed two team titles at Gilliam Indoor Stadium.
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  • Aggies host 15 schools in Texas A&M Invitational

    NCAA Outdoor Champion Texas A&M returns 22 All-Americans as they embark on the 2010 indoor season by hosting 15 schools at the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium on Saturday. Start time is 1 p.m. with track finals beginning at 5 p.m.
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  • Texas A&M Indoor Open

    Results from the Texas A&M Indoor Open held at Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 8-9.
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  • A&M

    Texas A&M, NCAA national  champions last spring for men and women, returns to the Armory for the 2010 New Balance Collegiate Invitational Feb. 5-6. The Aggies, coached by Pat Henry, were women’s team champions at last year’s NB meet as well. Baylor won the men’s.
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  • Flotrack Coach of the Year- Pat Henry

     
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  • Track & Field News ranks both Texas A&M recruiting classes No. 1

    Following a double team victory last June for the program's first ever NCAA Championships, Texas A&M earned a pair of No. 1 rankings by Track & Field News for the 2009 recruiting classes the Aggie coaching staff produced.
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  • The Bowerman awarded to Barringer, Rupp

    Inaugural winners of The Bowerman award presented in Orlando, Florida, were Colorado's Jenny Barringer and Oregon's Galen Rupp. Texas A&M's Porscha Lucas was among three female finalists for the honor.
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  • Live webcast of The Bowerman award on Wednesday evening

    Live coverage of the inaugural presentation of The Bowerman award will air at 6 p.m. via Flotrack.org from Orlando, Florida. Texas A&M sprinter Porscha Lucas is one of three female finalist for the award.
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  • Aggies enjoy successful start to indoor season at Reveille Invitational

    Nine victories and four NCAA provisional qualifiers highlight the start of the indoor track and field season at Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium for the NCAA Champion Aggies
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  • Indoor season begins Saturday for national champion Aggies

    Aggie track and field begins the 2009-10 indoor season on Saturday by hosting the Texas A&M Reveille Invitational. The two-hour meet starts at 4 p.m. and will feature 10 events per gender at the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium.
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  • Sauvageau improves time on NCAA Championship course

    Joe Sauvageau completed the collegiate cross country season Monday at the NCAA Championships in Terre Haute, Indiana, improving his place and time from last season on the 10,000-meter course.
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  • NCAA Cross Country Championship will air live on Versus Network

    When Joe Sauvageau races on Monday the NCAA Championship will air live on Versus Network as well as online at NCAA.com, starting at 11 a.m. (CST) from the LaVern Gibson Championship Course in Terre Haute, Indiana.
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  • Joe Sauvageau earns berth to NCAA Championship

    Joe Sauvageau placed sixth in the South Central Region, qualifying for the NCAA Championship in Indiana, while leading the Aggie men to a fourth-place team finish.
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  • Aggies seek NCAA Championship qualifier at South Central Region meet

    Texas A&M travels to Waco for the South Central Region meet on Saturday. The Aggie men, ranked third in the region, race at 10 a.m. The A&M women, sixth in the region, follow at 11 a.m. on the Cottonwood Creek golf course.
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  • Fan voting opens for The Bowerman

    Fan voting is now open for The Bowerman. Texas A&M sprinter Porscha Lucas is one of three female finalist for the inaugural award, which will be presented in December at the USTFCCCA Convention in Orlando, Florida.
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  • Texas A&M awarded 2011 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships

    The NCAA selected Texas A&M as host of the 2011 NCAA Indoor Championships after the Aggies' successfully hosted the 2009 national meet, which included a sell-out of tickets during the two-day championships.
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  • Aggie seniors pace men to sixth-place finish at Big 12 Championships

    Andrew Montes and Mitch Bible finish strong at the Big 12 Cross Country Championships in Columbia, Missouri on Halloween leading the A&M men to a sixth-place effort while the Aggie women were 11th.
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  • Carson Smith honored by Big 12 as member of Community of Champions

    Carson Smith represents Texas A&M on the Big 12 Community of Champions for the fall season. Smith, as Vice President of SAAC, was the 2009 chair for the Aggie CAN canned food drive.
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  • Big 12 Championships offer tough challenge with eight nationally ranked teams

    Texas A&M men and women will each square off against a set of four nationally ranked teams during the Big 12 Cross Country Championships on Halloween morning at the University of Missouri
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  • Aggie women fourth, men fifth at Virginia Invitational

    Christina Munoz led the A&M women by placing 10th in the field as Andrew Montes led a trio of Aggie seniors in the men's race at Virginia's Panorama Farms Invitational
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  • Aggies face another set of nationally ranked teams in Virginia

    Texas A&M cross country will compete in the Virginia Invitational on Friday afternoon against a field that includes three men and three women teams nationally ranked.
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  • Porscha Lucas named as finalist for inaugural Bowerman award

    Texas A&M sprinter Porscha Lucas is one of three athletes named as a finalist for The Bowerman, joining two other Big 12 athletes -- Colorado's Jenny Barringer and Destinee Hooker of Texas.
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  • Aggie men seventh, women 10th in Wisconsin Invitational

    Texas A&M faced a solid field featuring a number of nationally ranked teams as they ran the first ever race on Wisconsin's new course.
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  • Aggies return to action in Wisconsin Invitational

    Texas A&M cross country competes on a new course during Saturday's Wisconsin adidas Invitational in Madison. The field includes nationally ranked teams from various regions.
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  • Aggie 2010 indoor schedule features Texas dual, three-conference challenge

    Texas A&M will host five collegiate meets during the 2010 indoor track and field season, featuring a dual meet with the Texas men and women as well as a three-conference challenge that includes nationally-ranked teams from the Big 12, SEC and Pac-10.
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  • Fabrice Lapierre defends World Athletic Final long jump title

    Fabrice Lapierre soared to a distance of 27-4 on his final attempt in Greece on Sunday and defended the World Athletic Final title he won last season.
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  • Texas A&M Invitational still set to run on Saturday

    Race course will be altered due to recent rains in College Station. New maps will be available online as well as onsite for Saturday's race.
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  • Aggies host Texas A&M Invitational cross country meet Saturday at Penberthy

    The Aggies host their only home meet of the cross country season on Saturday as Penberthy Intramural Fields serve as the home course for the Texas A&M Invitational
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  • New crop of runners pace Aggies in Waco to open season

    Texas A&M cross country opened the 2009 season at the Baylor Twilight, placing second in both the men's and women's team scoring. Freshmen led each squad with the effort of Stephen Curry and Itzel Cetina.
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  • Texas A&M Opens Cross Country season in Waco Friday

    The 2009 cross country season will open for the Aggies in Waco on Friday as they compete in the Baylor Bear Invitational at 6:30 p.m. on the Baylor Intramural Fields.
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  • Jessica Beard earns World Champs gold as member of U.S. 4x400 relay

    Jessica Beard claimed a gold medal on Sunday as the United States 4 x 400 dominated the field to win in 3:17.83 at the IAAF World Championships in Berlin.
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  • Simone Facey claims World Champs gold as member of Jamaica 4x100 relay

    Three finals produced a pair of medals for Texas A&M grads Simone Facey and Tryone Edgar while Fabrice Lapierre finished fourth in the long jump at the IAAF World Championships.
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  • Pair of fourth place finishes for Aggies at World Champs

    Tabarie Henry and Muna Lee each place fourth in the 400 and 200 finals, respectively, during the seventh day of the IAAF World Championships. Simone Facey added a sixth-place effort in the 200.
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  • Spearmon earns World Champs bronze in 200

    The rising senior cleared 17-08.75 in the pole vault While Wallace Spearmon added another World Championship bronze medal to his collection, three more Aggies advanced to the finals. Fabrice Lapierre qualified for the long jump while Simone Facey and Muna Lee advanced in the 200.
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  • Tabarie Henry becomes first finalist for Texas A&M at World Champs

    Tabarie Henry and Wallace Spearmon each qualified for the finals of their respective events at the IAAF World Championships while Simone Facey and Muna Lee advanced to the semifinals
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  • Tabarie Henry, Wallace Spearmon reach semifinals at World Champs

    Tabarie Henry and Wallace Spearmon became the fifth and sixth sprinters associated with Texas A&M to reach the semifinals of their respective events at the IAAF World Championships.
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  • Muna Lee finishes fifth in World Champ 100 semi

    Texas Tech's Gil Roberts begins competition in the IAAF World Championships tomorrow as the 400M heats begin at 5:50 a.m. C.S.T in Berlin, Germany.Muna Lee placed fifth in the second 100-meter semifinal during the IAAF World Championships, missing the final spot in the final by 0.02 of a second with her time of 11.18 seconds.
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  • Muna Lee advances to women's 100 semifinal at World Champs

    The Wake Forest men's cross country team continues to prepare for the 2009 season with 13 new student-athletes on the roster.Muna Lee became the fourth sprinter affiliated with the Aggie track and field program to reach the semifinal stage during the IAAF World Championships in Berlin.
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  • Three Aggies advance to semifinals at World Championships

    Three Aggie sprinters advanced to the semifinal of their respective events during the opening day of the 12th IAAF World Championships in Berlin, Germany on Saturday.
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  • Gerald Phiri races Usain Bolt in opening round of World Champs 100

    Gerald Phiri, Tyrone Edgar and Jessica Beard all placed second in qualifying rounds during the first day of the IAAF World Championships at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin, Germany on Saturday.
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  • 10 athletes with ties to A&M program ready for World Championships start

    A total of 10 athletes and four coaches with ties to the Aggie track and field program await Saturday's start of the IAAF World Championships in Athletics at Berlin's Olympic Stadium
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  • Wayne Davis breaks HS record with Pan Am Junior title in 110 hurdles

    The Texas Tech women's track program are in contention for the top overall women's program in the nation going into the NCAA Outdoor Championship as it is currently third in the NCAA Division I Terry Crawford Program of the Year Award rankingsIncoming frosh Wayne Davis won the Pan Am Junior title in the 110 hurdles with a national high school record of 13.08 seconds during action in Trinidad & Tobago.
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  • Tyrone Edgar selected to British team for 2009 World Championships

    Tyrone Edgar became the 10th Aggie to be selected for competition in the 2009 IAAF World Championships as the British team was announced on Tuesday.
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  • Tyrone Edgar nears 100 PR with 3rd-place 10.09 in Greece

    Tyrone Edgar became the 10th Aggie to be selected for competition in the 2009 IAAF World Championships as the British team was announced on Tuesday.Monday's action on the European circuit had a trio of Aggies competing in Greece in the 25th Vardinoyannia meeting in Rethymno.
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  • Chris Dykes makes pro debut in Switzerland

    Tyrone Edgar became the 10th Aggie to be selected for competition in the 2009 IAAF World Championships as the British team was announced on Tuesday.Monday's action on the European circuit had a trio of Aggies competing in Greece in the 25th Vardinoyannia meeting in Rethymno.Chris Dykes embarked on his pro career with a pair of impressive races in Lucerne, Switzerland. The Aggie senior won a B heat 100 race and finished second in a A heat of the 200.
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  • Five Aggies earn All-Academic honors

    Five Texas A&M track and field athletes received All-Academic honors from United State Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association.
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  • Lapierre claims Athens title on last jump

    Five Texas A&M track and field athletes received All-Academic honors from United State Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association.Fabrice Lapierre claimed another long jump title in Europe on Monday, using a sixth-round jump to win the Athens Grand Prix at the site of the 2004 Olympics.
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  • Regis runner-up at British Championships, Lapierre third in Rome

    Yasmine Regis claimed silver as the triple jump runner-up in Birmingham, England on Friday during the British Championships. Fabrice Lapierre finished third for the second time this week on the Grand Prix circuit.
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  • Fabrice Lapierre wins Madrid long jump with 28-foot effort

    Yasmine Regis claimed silver as the triple jump runner-up in Birmingham, England on Friday during the British Championships. Fabrice Lapierre finished third for the second time this week on the Grand Prix circuit.Texas A&M graduate Fabrices Lapierre defeated a pair of Olympic medalist in winning the long jump at the Madrid Grand Prix in Spain on Saturday, July 4. Lapierre produced the longest jump ever by an Australian.
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  • Simone Facey qualifies for World Championships in 200 at Jamaica Champs

    Yasmine Regis claimed silver as the triple jump runner-up in Birmingham, England on Friday during the British Championships. Fabrice Lapierre finished third for the second time this week on the Grand Prix circuit.Texas A&M graduate Fabrices Lapierre defeated a pair of Olympic medalist in winning the long jump at the Madrid Grand Prix in Spain on Saturday, July 4. Lapierre produced the longest jump ever by an Australian.The final day of Championships produced a trio of World Championship qualifiers in Simone Facey (Jamaica), Muna Lee (US) and Wallace Spearmon (US) all in the 200 meters.
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  • Duncan, Beard and Merritt make international teams at US Champs

    Yasmine Regis claimed silver as the triple jump runner-up in Birmingham, England on Friday during the British Championships. Fabrice Lapierre finished third for the second time this week on the Grand Prix circuit.Texas A&M graduate Fabrices Lapierre defeated a pair of Olympic medalist in winning the long jump at the Madrid Grand Prix in Spain on Saturday, July 4. Lapierre produced the longest jump ever by an Australian.The final day of Championships produced a trio of World Championship qualifiers in Simone Facey (Jamaica), Muna Lee (US) and Wallace Spearmon (US) all in the 200 meters.Third day of USA Senior and Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon, place three more Aggies on U.S. teams competing internationally later this summer.
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  • Jessica Beard advances to 400 final, Muna Lee runner-up in 100 final

    Yasmine Regis claimed silver as the triple jump runner-up in Birmingham, England on Friday during the British Championships. Fabrice Lapierre finished third for the second time this week on the Grand Prix circuit.Texas A&M graduate Fabrices Lapierre defeated a pair of Olympic medalist in winning the long jump at the Madrid Grand Prix in Spain on Saturday, July 4. Lapierre produced the longest jump ever by an Australian.The final day of Championships produced a trio of World Championship qualifiers in Simone Facey (Jamaica), Muna Lee (US) and Wallace Spearmon (US) all in the 200 meters.Third day of USA Senior and Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon, place three more Aggies on U.S. teams competing internationally later this summer.Jessica Beard qualified for the USA Championship final in the 400. Muna Lee finished second in the 100 final and incoming frosh Wayne Davis won the US Junior title in the 110 hurdles.
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  • Sharif eighth in triple jump final at USA Championships

    Yasmine Regis claimed silver as the triple jump runner-up in Birmingham, England on Friday during the British Championships. Fabrice Lapierre finished third for the second time this week on the Grand Prix circuit.Texas A&M graduate Fabrices Lapierre defeated a pair of Olympic medalist in winning the long jump at the Madrid Grand Prix in Spain on Saturday, July 4. Lapierre produced the longest jump ever by an Australian.The final day of Championships produced a trio of World Championship qualifiers in Simone Facey (Jamaica), Muna Lee (US) and Wallace Spearmon (US) all in the 200 meters.Third day of USA Senior and Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon, place three more Aggies on U.S. teams competing internationally later this summer.Jessica Beard qualified for the USA Championship final in the 400. Muna Lee finished second in the 100 final and incoming frosh Wayne Davis won the US Junior title in the 110 hurdles.Zuheir Sharif finished eighth in the triple jump final during the USA Championships held at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. Jessica Beard and Muna Lee both reach the semifinals of the 400 and 100.
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  • Aggies well represented at USA Senior / Junior Championships

    Yasmine Regis claimed silver as the triple jump runner-up in Birmingham, England on Friday during the British Championships. Fabrice Lapierre finished third for the second time this week on the Grand Prix circuit.Texas A&M graduate Fabrices Lapierre defeated a pair of Olympic medalist in winning the long jump at the Madrid Grand Prix in Spain on Saturday, July 4. Lapierre produced the longest jump ever by an Australian.The final day of Championships produced a trio of World Championship qualifiers in Simone Facey (Jamaica), Muna Lee (US) and Wallace Spearmon (US) all in the 200 meters.Third day of USA Senior and Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon, place three more Aggies on U.S. teams competing internationally later this summer.Jessica Beard qualified for the USA Championship final in the 400. Muna Lee finished second in the 100 final and incoming frosh Wayne Davis won the US Junior title in the 110 hurdles.Zuheir Sharif finished eighth in the triple jump final during the USA Championships held at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. Jessica Beard and Muna Lee both reach the semifinals of the 400 and 100.Texas A&M athletes compete at the USA Senior and Junior Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon this weekend. The first final involving an Aggie is the triple jump with Zuheir Sharif.
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  • 40th Anniversary of Curtis Mills world record NCAA victory

    Yasmine Regis claimed silver as the triple jump runner-up in Birmingham, England on Friday during the British Championships. Fabrice Lapierre finished third for the second time this week on the Grand Prix circuit.Texas A&M graduate Fabrices Lapierre defeated a pair of Olympic medalist in winning the long jump at the Madrid Grand Prix in Spain on Saturday, July 4. Lapierre produced the longest jump ever by an Australian.The final day of Championships produced a trio of World Championship qualifiers in Simone Facey (Jamaica), Muna Lee (US) and Wallace Spearmon (US) all in the 200 meters.Third day of USA Senior and Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon, place three more Aggies on U.S. teams competing internationally later this summer.Jessica Beard qualified for the USA Championship final in the 400. Muna Lee finished second in the 100 final and incoming frosh Wayne Davis won the US Junior title in the 110 hurdles.Zuheir Sharif finished eighth in the triple jump final during the USA Championships held at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. Jessica Beard and Muna Lee both reach the semifinals of the 400 and 100.Texas A&M athletes compete at the USA Senior and Junior Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon this weekend. The first final involving an Aggie is the triple jump with Zuheir Sharif.40 years ago, on June 21, 1969, Texas A&M sophomore Curtis Mills won the 440 yard NCAA title with a world record time of 44.7 seconds and defeated 1968 Olympic medalists Lee Evans and Larry James in the process.
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  • 30 USTFCCCA All-America honors earned by 21 Aggie athletes

    Texas A&M athletes were awarded a total of 30 All-America honors by USTFCCCA based on performances during the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas that led to a pair of national team titles for the Aggies.
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  • Aggie Women Tally Highest Indoor Nationals Finish in School History

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  • Men

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  • Aggie Men Upset Rice, Take Fourth at Cowboy Jamboree

    STILLWATER, Okla.- The Texas A&M men
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  • Aggie Men Turn in Perfect Team Score to Win A&M Invitational

    COLLEGE STATION, Texas- The Texas A&M men
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  • Texas A&M Cross Country Preview

    Despite losing its top runner to graduation, the Texas A&M men
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  • Aggie Track Posts Four First-Place Finishes, Three NCAA Qualifiers at Boise State

    Nampa, Idaho- The Texas A&M track and field teams posted four first-place efforts and three Aggies qualified for the indoor national meet on the second day of Boise State
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  • A&M's Onwuchekwa Leads Aggie Trio of NCAA Qualifiers in New York

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  • A&M's Lapierre Named Big 12 Indoor Track Male Athlete of the Week After Long Jump Win

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