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GALLERY: Softball vs. Temple College

Photo by Photo by Abbey Santoro

The Texas A&M softball team lined the field for the National Anthem before the Wednesday, Oct. 20 doubleheader against Temple College. 

On Wednesday, Oct. 20 the Texas A&M softball team hosted Temple College in a doubleheader at Davis Diamond beginning at 4 p.m. The matchup against the Temple College Leopards marked the second exhibition game of the season for the Aggies. The fall schedule will feature a total of seven games for the maroon and white, giving the team a chance to prepare for the 2022 spring season. 

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  • The Aggies participated in the “Farmer’s Fight” yell before the start of the first game. 

  • The Texas A&M softball team gathered in the pitching circle right before the game began. 

  • Freshman Koko Wooley and sophomore Mariana Torres tag out a member of the Temple College team on third base. 

  • The doubleheader against Temple College began with the first game at 4 p.m. and the second following shortly after at 6 p.m. 

  • Senior catcher Haley Lee returns to the field with the highest batting average of any Aggie on the team during the 2021 season. 

  • Senior pitcher Makinzy Herzog comes into the season ranked second on the team with a batting average of .354 and 13 home runs. 

  • Senior catcher Haley Lee smiles as she runs towards second base. 

  • Catcher Haley Lee snags the ball just in time to get Temple College freshman, Aahmyri Kennedy out on second base. 

  • Sophomore pitcher Grace Uribe steps up to the plate for the Aggies. 

  • Freshman Cayden Baker celebrates briefly before running towards second base after hitting the ball. 

  • Grace Uribe runs toward home plate. 

  • Members of the Texas A&M softball team raise their gloves in the air in between innings. 

  • Senior Haley Lee happily rounds the bases after scoring a home run in the first game of the doubleheader. 

  • Senior Morgan Smith slides into third base. 

  • Sophomore infielder Trinity Cannon sprints to third base. 

  • Freshman Koko Wooley glances up at the ball before dropping the bat and running to first base. 

  • Texas A&M athletic teams wear “41” patches and decals on various apparel in honor of President George H. W. Bush. 

  • Freshman Cayden Baker celebrates by throwing the horns down. 

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