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One step away
June 8, 2024

GALLERY: Women’s Basketball vs. Oklahoma Baptist

Photo by Photo by Robert O’Brien

Coach Gary Blair walks out on the court to start his final season as the women’s basketball coach at Texas A&M.

The Texas A&M women’s basketball team had their pre-season exhibition game against Oklahoma Baptist on Wed. Nov 3. The game was a show of force for the reigning SEC Champions, whose defense did not allow a single point during the first quarter. The Aggies held the Bison to just 38 points, while scoring 89 points for themselves. This was also the first game of Gary Blair’s final season as the head coach of the women’s basketball program at Texas A&M. The Aggies will return to Reed Arena to take on the A&M-Corpus Christi Islanders at 7pm on Nov. 9.

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  • Junior guard McKinzie Green looks down the court for an open teammate.

  • Redshirt junior guard Jordan Nixon covering Kendall Parker as she tries to advance into Aggie territory.

  • Redshirt junior Jordan Nixon covering Mallory Lockhart as she tries to move the ball down the court.

  • Jaylin Stapleton of Oklahoma Baptist got tripped up by the Aggie defense and fell, losing possession of the ball.

  • Graduate student guard Qadashah Hoppie blocking a player from Oklahoma Baptist from moving forward.

  • Andreja Peciuraite of Oklahoma Baptist shooting a free throw.

  • Mallory Lockhart passes the ball to a teammate as they try and get around the Aggie defense.

  • Sophomore forward MJ Johnson shooting on the Oklahoma Baptist basket while a defender tries to block her.

  • Graduate student guard Kayla Wells recovering a dropped ball.

  • Redshirt junior guard Kay Kay Green communicates with her teammates to get around the Oklahoma Baptist defense.

  • Sophomore guard Sahara Jones shooting a free throw.

  • Sophomore guard Sahara Jones shooting a free throw.

  • Graduate student guard Qadashah Hoppie on a run up to the Oklahoma Baptist goal.

  • Sophomore guard  Kay Kay Green maneuvering around a Bison defender.

  • After the game, the Bison were invited to join in the War Hymn, as the Aggies wish the Bison good luck in their game against the University of Texas the following day.

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