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Manhunt for prisoner who fled Virginia hospital
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No. 1 Aggies Host Sam Houston State Tuesday Evening
The top-ranked Aggies look to send March out on a winning note as they host Sam Houston State in a Tuesday evening affair on Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park.
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#23 A&M Wins Big in Final Game of Alabama Series
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No. 15 Texas A&M Rallies to Defeat No. 21 Ole Miss, 4-2
The 15th-ranked Texas A&M women's tennis team dropped the doubles point for only the third time this season but overcame several deficits in singles to complete a 4-2 come-from-behind victory against 21st-ranked Ole Miss today in Oxford.
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Aggies Sweep Sunday Doubleheader
Texas A&M's ninth-ranked men's tennis team swept a pair of matches against ranked teams Sunday afternoon at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center. The Aggies overpowered No. 13 Ole Miss 4-0 to in Sunday's first match, followed by a 4-3 win over No. 74 UTSA in the night-cap.
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Bats Power No. 2 Baseball to 14-6 Win over Missouri
Texas A&M knocked the Missouri Tigers out with a 14-6 victory on Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park. A nine-run sixth highlighted the offensive exposition and helped the Aggies snag the rubber game from the Tigers.
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