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GALLERY: Texas A&M Invite Day 2

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Junior Kendall Potts pitched against Lamar.

The Aggies faced Lamar, winning 10-7 before meeting Longwood University for the first time, and coming out with a 4-1 win. They will play TAMU-CC on Sunday. The Aggies now have a 13-6 record for the 2019 season.

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  • Gabby Moreno is a sophomore from Montgomery, Texas. She played for the Panamanian national team last summer.

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  • Moreno is a dual citizen in the United States and Panama.

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  • Baylee Klingler, freshman, was named an Under Armor All-American in 2018.

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  • Lamar University previously faced the Aggies in 2018, losing in a shutout 8-0.

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  • A fan catches a foul ball and gets to keep it.

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  • The Cardinals lost to the Aggies 10-7. They now have a record of 9-11.

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  • Head Coach Jo Evans has been with the Aggies 23 years. She is one of the winningest Division I active coaches and has led the Aggies to 18-straight NCAA Tournament appearances since 2002.

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  • Blake-Ann Fritsch, a junior from La Grange, Texas, warms up on the field.

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  • The Cardinals will play Longwood at 10 a.m. on March 3rd.

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  • Shannon Klaus steals home plate.

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  • The Cardinals celebrate when Klaus slid home.

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  • Fritsch scored her first run in Davis Diamond in April of 2018.

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  • Klingler is an Agricultural Communications and Journalism major.

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  • Potts is a 6’1 pitcher who transferred from Baylor after scoring the highest single-season winning percentage in Baylor’s program history.

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  • Kelbi Fortenberry has recorded four multi-hit games this season.

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  • Kylie George is a sophomore from Crosby, Texas, majoring in Agricultural Communications and Journalism.

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  • The Aggies are slated to play twenty-four games against 10 ranked teams, giving them the toughest remaining schedule in the nation.

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  • Longwood met the Aggies for the first time in program history.

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  • The Aggies won 4-1, growing their record to 13-6.

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  • Payton McBride is ranked third in the SEC and 21st in the NCAA in wins.

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  • The Aggies will face Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at 12:15 p.m. on March 3rd.

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  • Longwood first-baseman Karleigh Donovan awaits a hit.

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  • Taudrea Sinnie slides home. She is a freshman outfielder.

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  • Aggie fans cheer on the team from above the visitor’s dugout.

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  • McBride holds a perfect record in the circle.

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  • Fritsch runs to first base as the Aggies are up agaisnt Longwood.

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