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Daily Bull 5.9.15

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Spring sports are winding down and we should all be scared that the off-season of everything is nearly upon us.

Bubbles fill Olsen at yesterday's game with South Carolina.
Bubbles fill Olsen at yesterday's game with South Carolina.
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Cock-a-doodle-don't. Baseball scrounged up a whole ton of negative feelings from last night's game. South Carolina took the opportunity with an underperforming Aggie team that even the great offense couldn't make up for. Ags had 14 hits, three doubles and two home runs that got the score tied up 6-6 going into the 9th, but the Gamecocks tacked on 3 runs and the Ags just couldn't make up the deficit. Cocks win 9-7, second game of the series is at 2 PM on SEC Network+. Keep up the bubbles, 203.

Fuzzy Bouncyball. (Y'all we need more Aggie Tennis fandom so I can put better goofy names in these things). Aggie Men's tennis is still being awesome at the NCAA 2015 Championship. They sailed into a first round match with Eastern Kentucky beating them 4-0. Second round starts today and the Aggies are on at 3 PM against Oklahoma State in College Station. You can keep up with video from each match here or with twitter: @AggieMTEN.

Aggie Track keeps winning. The men's team was named the first ever Track & Field News dual meet champion. Which is pretty nifty. Read more here by someone who knows more about track than I do.

San Antonio Stroll on the Green. At the Women's Golf NCAA San Antonio Regional, The Aggies are currently down at 5th place with shooting 5 under yesterday. There's a good chance the team can make up the deficit and pull up in the rankings to advance to the NCAA Championships in Florida. Keep up with the scores here and with @AggieWomensGolf.

Today the Aggie Baseball team attended the dedication of a memorial bench in honor of Pete Munoz. If you are unfamiliar with Pete, he was a great supporter of Aggie Baseball and Aggie Soccer and was sorely missed when he passed earlier this year. The Aggie community really came together to support Pete and his family and it's good to see that he'll have a spot on campus for the years to come.