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Daily Bull 3.1.15

It's March! Which means it's Texas History Month!!! Wait, where are you going? Come back, I'll talk about Aggie sports instead, I promise.

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Just keep winning. Looks like Aggie Baseball got their stuff together after Friday's nailbiter against Dartmouth with a 8-1 win yesterday. Hunter Melton was hot as he started this past game at 3rd after his smashing two-run homer from yesterday. Most important of all they remain undefeated at 11-0, and Wednesday Trendsday is starting to look like a viable forecast. Ags finish up the series today at noon on SEC Network+.

Good Bull Basketball. Huzzah! We didn't lose to Auburn, again. Ags came out on top 80-55 getting their 20th win this season. The surplus of points at the half was high enough that a few good Ags got to see some game time and contribute to the game which included a wicked layup from Kyle Dobbins. Alex Caruso enjoyed some love from the 12th Man with a rendition of "Happy Birthday". However, the most good bull had to be that the Aggies wore ribbons and gave a moment of silence in condolence for Auburn's Antoine Mason due to his father, Anthony's recent passing.

Send your love to Baton Rouge. Aggie Women's basketball journeys east to win a double-bye with today's game at LSU. NCAA tourney seeds are up for grabs right now and LSU needs a few more wins to make it into the bracket and after losses to Arkansas and Ole Miss (which is like woah, sad) they might be a bit scrappy at this home game for them. Game is at 1 PM today on ESPNU.

Sly Fox. Aggies continued their streak at the Texas A&M invitational by again defeating Illinois State and Boston University, 7-3 and 7-1 respectively. Pitcher Rachel Fox set a season high 11 SO against Illinois State and fish players Ashley Walters and Erica Russell contributed clutch hits  with Russell clocking in three RBI's and two runs from three hits. If you want to continue to see your Fightin' Texas Aggie Softball team BTHO everyone, you're going to have to wait until next weekend due to today's game being cancelled from weather warnings.