SAW EM OFF, ANYTIME, ANYWHERE.
DOUBLE DOUBLE TOIL AND TROUBLE. Well for Arkansas, as they spent a good hunk of yesterday's first game scoreless while the Aggies racked up 11 runs including a three-run home run from Logan Taylor. The Razorbacks then finally found their good luck charm that they left on the bus and ended up with a grand slam in the sixth that got the Arkies up to six runs. Luckily reliever Andrew Vinson kept Arkansas at bay for the rest of the game. Ags win 13-6.
NICK BANKS BROKE THE SKY. After the most beautiful Grand Slam Whammy™ by Nicholas Matthew Banks that bumped the Aggies up to a 8-3 lead over the Razorbacks, the weather gods decided that there was too much awesome in Olsen and sent gale force winds. The game will be continued today at noon with the third and final game at 3 PM on the SEC Network.
I STILL HATE LSU. GOOD. Aggie Softball didn't have a great time in Baton Rouge last night. With a tough go from the Tiger defense the Ags couldn't get a win. Game ended 6-1 with a run from Brittany Clompton that was assisted by Celena Massey. Game two starts at 6 PM and will follow the baseball game on the SEC Network.
FUZZY BOUNCYBALL CONTINUES TO WIN. I might rethink that nickname, but it'll do for now because the Men's Tennis team slammed out the Mississippi State Bulldogs 4-0 yesterday in the semi-finals of the SEC Championship. They continue today in the championship game with #5 Georgia at noon. Whoop!
GET YOUR BOGIES ELSEWHERE. Aggie Women's golf are tearing up the SEC Championship course (not really that would be quite rude) with a nine stroke first place lead. One of the teams stars Sophomore Bianca Fabrizio is currently leading the tourney and is looking for a first place ending with a bogey-free 67 (-5) performance yesterday. Tourney continues today at 10 AM. Meanwhile, the men's team are having a small case of the struggle bus. They are sitting at #10 in their SEC tourney that wraps up today as well. Good luck to both teams.
I'D TRY AND RUN REALLY FAST IF I WAS IN WACO TOO. Aggie track swept up 5 first place finishes in the Michael Johnson Classic held at Baylor yesterday in the women's 100m, men's 400m, men's javelin, women's hammer and women's 4x100 relay. Full results here.
Here's to good weather and good baseball today.
Let's do it... Best grounds crew in the nation! @aggiefieldstaff @aggiefieldguy @Aggie_Baseball pic.twitter.com/xq6SVUeiBT— Statboy (@Statboy203) April 19, 2015