The Texas A&M women’s basketball team was named the espnW team of the week after a pair of top 15 victories over Kentucky (77-60) and Arkansas (74-73) last week. It was A&M’s first time to beat top 15 teams in back-to-back games since beating No. 2 Stanford and No. 9 Notre Dame to win the 2011 national championship. A&M beat No. 3 Baylor to reach the Final Four that year.
Texas A&M moved up to eighth in this week’s Associated Press women’s basketball Top 25 poll. The Aggies (10-0) moved up a spot after beating Florida 92-67 on Sunday to open Southeastern Conference play.
Texas A&M remained ranked fifth in the Associated Press poll and sixth in the Amway Coaches’ Poll for the third straight week.
Texas A&M is ranked fifth in the Associated Press college football Top 25 poll and sixth in the coaches’ poll, the same spots they occupied last week.
Texas A&M is ranked seventh in both college football polls, moving up a spot after a 42-31 victory over Arkansas coupled with Oklahoma State’s 41-34 overtime loss to Texas.
The Texas A&M volleyball team is ranked eighth in the American Volleyball Coaches Association’s top 15 coaches’ poll released Wednesday.
The Texas A&M women’s basketball team is ranked 14th in espnW’s Way-Too-Early Top 25 released Monday.
The Texas A&M volleyball team will aim for its sixth straight victory when the Aggies host Arkansas at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Reed Arena.
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The Texas A&M baseball team is ranked No. 22 in this week’s USA Today/Baseball Coaches Poll.
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