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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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Ian Curtis
Ian Curtis, Sports Reporter
Ian Curtis is a journalism freshman from College Station, Texas. Ian has written about football, men's basketball, women's basketball, baseball, hockey, gymnastics, volleyball and more for The Battalion. Ian's work has also appeared in The Bryan-College Station Eagle and over the airwaves on WTAW and BCSball.com. 
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