Kyle Hendricks and the men of Texas A&M improved to 3-1 on the year after a victory at Indian River State College, the NJCAA national champions 40 years in a row. The FIU women beat the Indian River women to improve to 3-0.
Sarah Henry and the rest of the Aggie women dominated North Texas and Houston to improve to 3-0 on the season Friday.
The Aggies are currently 1-1 for the season after a dominating victory against the University of Incarnate Word taking wins in 11 of the 13 events that night. The men won the meet 135-98 and look to do the same against the two Florida teams.
The Texas A&M men’s swimming and diving team will take on the University of Incarnate Word Cardinals in dual meet action at 6 p.m. on Friday at the Barshop Natatorium on the UIW campus.
Steve Bultman, Texas A&M coach, happy with team’s 4th place finish and three NCAA individual champions: Breeja Larson (broke American…
Women’s 100 Back – FINALS – Reported by Braden Keith Texas A&M senior Paige Miller, who we didn’t even pick to…
Texas A&M University senior, Breeja Larson, popped a 57.24 100 breast, shattering the NCAA, U.S. Open, and American records at SEC Championships!
A new sprints coach in Ryan Mallam as well as a renewed focus on details has Kyle Troskot swimming like a whole new man in his final NCAA season with the Aggies.
The Texas A&M men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will open the 2014 portions of their schedules when the Aggies host Southeastern Conference rival Georgia in a 12 noon dual meet at the Student Recreation Center on Friday.
The event concludes on Sunday with platform diving. SMU is back in action on Jan. 11 when it travels to No. 2 Texas A&M in College Station for a 1 p.m. CT event.
Texas A&M University is renovating its rec center, meaning big upgrades for its current pools and the potential addition of another 8-lane pool in 2015.
Caitlynn Moon signed her NLI to Texas A&M amongst her teammates. (Photo Credit: Moon)
Texas A&M won both the men’s and women’s sides of the Art Adamson Invite in College Station, TX.
The Texas A&M women charged back to take the lead from Stanford, while the Aggie men added to their already-sizable margin.
The Stanford women lit things up early at the Art Adams Invite hosted by Texas A&M.