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A&M earns 11 seed in Women’s NCAA Tournament

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Sophomore F Janiah Barker (2) and Senior G Aicha Coulibaly (5) celebrate after a made three during A&M’s game against Tennessee on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2024 at Reed Arena. (CJ Smith/The Battalion)

For the first time since 2021, Texas A&M women’s basketball got to hear its name called on Selection Sunday. 

The Aggies finished 19-12 overall and survived a bubble scare thanks to a win over Mississippi State in the SEC Tournament and earned an 11 seed as part of the Albany 1 region. There they will face 6 seed Nebraska in Corvallis, Oregon, as 3 seed Oregon State earned the right to host its matchup against 14 seed Eastern Washington, as well as the A&M’s clash with the Huskers. 

A&M’s opening round game will either take place March 22 or 23, with a tip-off time to be announced.

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