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Aggies currently in second place at Razorback Invitational
Aggie senior Brea Garrett posted a victory in the weight throw during the first day of the Razorback Invitational while runner-up performances were supplied by Austin Wells in the 5,000 meters and Austin Cook in the weight throw.
Aggie divers nab three top eight finishes at AFA Invitational
In the men's three-meter dive, redshirt freshman Tyler Henschel (Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada) and sophomore Colton Haffey (Houston, Texas) were sixth and seventh with point totals of 327.70 and 327.30, respectively.
Aggie divers nab three top eight finishes at AFA Invitational
Sophomore Courtney Hattie (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada) logged the Aggies' top finish of the day with a fifth-place effort in the women's one-meter dive with a score of 252.30.
Equestrian Takes Home 13-2 Victory on Friday
The Aggie Equestrian team defeated Delaware State 13-2 to open its doubleheader weekend.
No. 15 Texas A&M Faces No. 5 Ohio State Saturday
The No. 15 Texas A&M Men's Tennis team will face No. 5 Ohio State Saturday at 4 p.m. at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Complex.
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