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Texas A&M pitcher Ryan Prager (18) delivers a pitch during Texas A&M’s game against Kentucky at the NCAA Men’s College World Series at in Omaha, Nebraska on Monday, June 17, 2024. Prager went for 6.2 innings, allowing two hits and zero runs. (Chris Swann/The Battalion)
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Texas A&M outfielder Jace Laviolette (17) robs a home run from Florida infielder Cade Kurland (4) in the top of the ninth inning during Texas A&M’s game against Florida at the NCAA Men’s College World Series at Charles Schwab Field in Omaha, Nebraska on Sunday, June 15, 2024. (Hannah Harrison/The Battalion)
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Texas A&M pitcher Ryan Prager (18) delivers a pitch during Texas A&M’s game against Kentucky at the NCAA Men’s College World Series at in Omaha, Nebraska on Monday, June 17, 2024. Prager went for 6.2 innings, allowing two hits and zero runs. (Chris Swann/The Battalion)
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Texas A&M outfielder Jace Laviolette (17) robs a home run from Florida infielder Cade Kurland (4) in the top of the ninth inning during Texas A&M’s game against Florida at the NCAA Men’s College World Series at Charles Schwab Field in Omaha, Nebraska on Sunday, June 15, 2024. (Hannah Harrison/The Battalion)
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GALLERY: Women’s Basketball vs. UTSA

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Photo by Photo by Cameron Johnson

Texas A&M Head Coach Gary Blair speaks with UTSA Head Coach Karen Aston and UTSA staff.

The Texas A&M women’s basketball team defeated UTSA, with a final score of 77-51 Monday afternoon at Reed Arena. Responding to the Aggie’s strong lead in the first half, UTSA brought a significant challenge to the Aggies after halftime. In the end, the Aggies won by 26 points. 
The Aggies will play Vanderbilt at 8:00 p.m. on December 30.

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  • Graduate student guard Qadashah Hoppie enters Reed Arena.

    Photo by Photo by Cameron Johnson
  • Senior guard Aaliyah Patty 

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  • UTSA graduate student guard Jadyn Pimentel helps Aggie graduate student guard Destiny Pitts to her feet.

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  • Graduate student guard Qadashah Hoppie by the courtside.

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  • Junior center Sydnee Roby plays defense.

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  • Graduate student guard Qadashah Hoppie runs toward the basket.

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  • Aggie senior forward Aaliyah Patty and UTSA junior guard Queen Ulabo fight for the ball.

    Photo by Photo by Cameron Johnson
  • Sophomore guard Kay Kay Green faces off against UTSA graduate student guard Jadyn Pimentel.

    Photo by Photo by Cameron Johnson
  • Freshman forward Jada Malone picks off UTSA players while graduate student guard Destiny Pitts moves the ball away.

    Photo by Photo by Cameron Johnson
  • Freshman guard Eriny Kindred prepares for her free throw.

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  • Freshman guard Eriny Kindred shoots her free throw.

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  • The Aggies and Roadrunners help their players up from the court.

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  • Sophomore guard Sahara Jones prepares to shoot while UTSA freshman forward Elyssa Coleman jumps to block

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  • Senior forward Aaliyah Patty keeps the ball away from UTSA junior guard Queen Ulabo.

    Photo by Photo by Cameron Johnson
  • Graduate student guard Qadashah Hoppie fixes her shoe.

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  • UTSA junior guard Leslie Hunter, senior forward Yuliyana Valcheva, and freshman forward Elyssa Coleman defend against Aggie senior forward Aaliyah Patty and junior center Sydnee Roby.

    Photo by Photo by Cameron Johnson
  • Sophomore forward Maliyah Johnson and graduate student Destiny Pitts defend against UTSA freshman forward Elyssa Coleman.

    Photo by Photo by Cameron Johnson
  • Sophomore guard Kay Kay Green running down the court.

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  • Sophomore guard Sahara Jones closes her eyes after shooting her free throw.

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  • Junior guard McKinzie Green runs up to the end of the court.

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  • Freshmen guard Keslynn Oxendine waits for the game to resume.

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  • Sophomore guard Kay Kay Green runs in toward the basket.

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  • Sophomore guard Kay Kay Green prepares to throw the ball back into play.

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  • Sophomore guard Sahara Jones shoots her free throw

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  • The Aggies celebrate their victory.

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