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The Link Farm: 4.4.23

All of the Aggie news we didn’t write about ourselves.

Rio Grande Plain Region Along Texas New Mexico Border Endures Severe Drought Affecting Region’s Agriculture Livelihood Photo by Brandon Bell/Getty Images

The Link Farm is your update on all things Texas A&M. And if there’s something we missed, be sure to talk about it in the comments.

  • Softball drops series to Volunteers. Texas A&M nearly notched another SEC series victory but the Aggies were unable to overcome #3 Tennessee on Sunday. The Aggies will look to bounce back when Mississippi State comes to town on Saturday.
  • Women’s Golf take on Silverado Showdown. The #6 Aggies were tied for second after the first round of the action in Napa, California. The on-course action continues and can be followed at
  • Streak Extended. Texas A&M’s women’s tennis team extended their 13-match win streak with a massive victory over #4 Georgia. The Aggies return to action on Friday against Ole Miss.
  • New World Leader Set at Florida Relays. Texas A&M’s Jermaisha Arnold set a new best time for 2023 by finishing the 400m in 50.71. Her teammate Tierra Robinson-Jones ran a 50.90 in the same event as th Aggies finished the second day of track competition in Gainesville, Florida.

April is here as we inch ever closer to Texas A&M’s Spring game on April 15.