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GALLERY: Texas A&M Invitational Day Two

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Photo by Megan Cusick

Liberty University last met the Aggies in 2011 in Florida.

The Aggies took on Liberty and Rutgers on the second day of the Texas A&M Invitational. Texas A&M and Liberty met this weekend for the second time in program history, while the Aggies have met Rutgers 7 times previously. 

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  • Fans of Aggie softball stayed over four hours and continuously cheered for the women’s team.

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • Baylee Klingler is a freshman from Dickinson Texas. 

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • The Aggies won 1-0 over Liberty after freshman Haley Lee hit a deep fly ball.

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • Texas A&M Head Coach Jo Evans has now surpassed 1,200 career wins. She is the 12th coach to do so.

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • Sophmore Kylie George from Crosby, Texas appeared in 44 games last season.

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • The Aggies are currently ranked 19 and have a new record of 6-1.

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • Haley Lee from Kingwood, Texas had a batting average of 0.412 before today.

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • The Aggies celebrate winning both games of the day in the invitational.

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • The new home of Aggie Softball, David Diamond, opened last April and can seat 2,000.

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • Meagan Smith and sister Morgan are one of 18 sets of twins in NCAA D1 softball, playing on the same team. Liberty’s Bishop twins were also at Davis Diamond this weekend.

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • The Aggies will face #2 UCLA on Thursday February 21st.

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • Klingler celebrated as the Aggies continued to have the lead over Liberty.

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • Aggies cheered the whole game, jumping from their seats when they took the lead.

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  • Liberty led a group prayer at the conclusion of their game.

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  • The girls danced to warm up for the second game.

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  • The Aggies have 3 National Championships, all in the 80’s.

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  • Davis Diamond is home to the 25 Aggies, 8 of which are freshmen.

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  • The Scarlet Knights Nicole Bowman is a junior from Illinois.

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  • Rutgers has an enrollment of 69,000, just shy of Texas A&M.

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  • Junior Kelbi Fortenberry had a batting average of 0.667 this season.

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  • Texas A&M has only played home games so far this season.

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  • Sophomore Dani Elder from League City, Texas runs to third base.

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  • Payton McBride, junior pitcher and first baseman, assisted the Aggies in their two wins of the day. 

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • The Scarlet Knights lead the nation in home runs with 2.6 per game.

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • Texas A&M fans were bundled up to bare the cold for two back to back games.

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • Rutgers cheered for their teammates as the game score was close.

    Photo by Megan Cusick
  • Rutgers Scarlet Knights play Liberty on Sunday. The Aggies will play McNeese.

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