Texas A&M Releases 2016-17 Season Schedule

MEN’S SCHEDULE

The Texas A&M men kick off their season on October 15th with the Gulf Senior Open. After a meet with Incarnate Word in San Antonio, they’ll host two SEC rivals. First, the South Carolina Gamecocks will come to town, followed a week later by the Florida Gators.

After the winter break from competition, they’ll return to conference battle with the Auburn Tigers in their first SEC away meet of the season, then they’ll close conference competition with their dual with LSU at home.

The Aggies will then be thrown into the post-season weeks of championships. They’ll head to Knoxville for the 2017 SEC Championships, then gear up for the 2017 NCAA Champs in Indianapolis.

MEET DATE LOCATION
Gulf Senior Open 10/15 Montgomery, TX
Incarnate Word 10/19 San Antonio, TX
South Carolina 10/28 College Station, TX
Florida 11/5 College Station, TX
Art Adamson Invitational 11/17-11/19 Mansfield, TX
Mizzou Invite 11/17-11/19 Columbia, MO
Orange Bowl Classic 1/3 Key Largo, FL
Auburn 1/7 Auburn, AL
LSU 1/21 College Station, TX
SMU 1/27 Mansfield, TX
SEC Champs 2/14-2/18 Knoxville, TN
Speedo Sectionals 2/23-2/25 College Station, TX
American SC Champs 3/2-3/4 Austin, TX
NCAA Zone D Diving Champs 3/6-3/8 Columbia, MO
NCAA Champs 3/22-3/25 Indianapolis, IN

WOMEN’S SCHEDULE

The Texas A&M women, coming in off of a red-hot summer, will begin their season as defending SEC Champions. Their first big test will be a double-header weekend– they’ll travel to Austin to dual with Texas on November 4th, which should be a fantastic meet, and then they’ll host a young Florida team the next day at home. Two weeks later, they’ll swim at the Art Adamson Invite for their mid-season taper meet.

After the break, the Aggies will battle another conference foe, Auburn, away. The weekend of January 13-15, they’ll compete at the Austin stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series, before hunkering down for another tough double-header weekend. On January 20th, they’ll swim against SMU, then the next day get up and race with LSU. Both of those meets are at home in College Station.

Finally, they’ll try to defend their SEC Title in Knoxville, and close out their season looking for a top three finish at the 2017 NCAA Championships, which will run from March 15-18  in Indianapolis.

MEET DATE LOCATION
Incarnate Word 10/19 San Antonio, TX
South Carolina 10/28 College Station, TX
Texas 11/4 Austin, TX
Florida 11/5 College Station, TX
Art Adamson Invitational 11/17-11/19 Mansfield, TX
Mizzou Invite 11/17-11/19 Columbia, MO
Rice 12/3 College Station, TX
Auburn 1/7 Auburn, AL
North Texas 1/11 College Station, TX
Arena Pro Swim Series 1/13-1/15 Austin, TX
SMU 1/20 College Station, TX
LSU 1/21 College Station, TX
SEC Champs 2/14-2/18 Knoxville, TN
Speedo Sectionals 2/23-2/25 College Station, TX
NCAA Zone D Diving Champs 3/6-/38 Columbia, MO
NCAA Champs 3/15-3/18 Indianapolis, IN

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Jerry

Texas A&M is a bad school. I wouldn’t send anyone there, especially if they wanted to swim well. Anyone going should transfer of the can.

Flyer

And you say this why?

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Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

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