No. 3 Aggies open Bryan-College Station Regional with Grambling


COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The No. 3 Texas A&M baseball team begins its run to Omaha with a matchup against Grambling State in the opening game of the Bryan-College Station Regional Friday at noon from Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park. Friday’s contest will be streamed on ESPN+ and can also be heard locally on SportsRadio 1150AM/93.7 The Zone.

Fans can also follow along with the games on X, @AggieBaseball. The official NCAA Bryan-College Station Regional schedule and other information can be found by visiting the tournament central page by clicking here.

The Aggies earned the No. 3 overall seed, the highest in program history, in the NCAA Tournament after compiling a 44-13 record, including a 25-0 mark in non-conference play.

The Maroon & White are hosting a regional for the 13th time and making their 38th appearance in the NCAA Tournament. In regional action, Texas A&M is 78-52 all-time and have advanced to the title game 24 times.

Under Head Coach Jim Schlossnagle, the Aggies are 5-2 in regional action and advanced to the championship game in back-to-back seasons. A regional title this weekend would send the Maroon & White to their 10th Super Regional in program history.

Friday’s matchup against the Tigers (26-26) marks the third meeting all-time between the two clubs. Texas A&M has won both meetings in the series, outscoring Grambling, 17-7. Louisiana (40-18) and Texas (35-22) make up the remainder of the Bryan-College Station Regional.

Against the Ragin’ Cajuns, the Aggies are 14-9 all-time and have won three straight in the series. The Maroon & White are 131-240-5 against the Longhorns and have claimed five of the last six meetings, including a 9-2 victory at UFCU Disch-Falk Field earlier this season.

Under first year pitching coach Max Weiner, the Aggie pitching staff has lowered its ERA by nearly two runs. The Maroon & White rank first in shutouts (10), first in 1-1 strike percentage (69%), fourth in strikeout-to-walk ratio (3.31), fourth in WHIP (1.24), seventh in ERA (3.97), ninth in strikeouts per nine innings (10.8), 10th in 0-0 strike percentage (62%), 11th in hits allowed per nine (7.94) and 11th in walks allowed per nine (3.26). The staff’s 10 shutouts are tied for the second most in program history with the 1976 team.

Offensively, Texas A&M ranks fourth in homers per game (2.18), fifth in homers (124), sixth in slugging percentage (.567), sixth in walks (355), 13th in runs (500), 16th in scoring (8.8) and 19th in on-base percentage (.419).


NCAA Regional All-Session online sales have ended. Limited single-session tickets may be available at the Blue Bell Park Box office starting 90 minutes prior to first pitch for each game.