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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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November 2018 Ring Day

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Photo by Photo by Megan Cusick

Over 3,000 Aggies received their rings throughout the day on Friday.

Aggies crowded into the Clayton J. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center with family and friends Friday afternoon to receive their Aggie Rings. Over 3,000 rings were distributed throughout the day.

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  • Biomedical science sophomore Kassidy Bego’s mother, Debbie, places his ring on his finger for the first time.

    Photo by Photo by Megan Cusick
  • Psychology sophomore Kristen Akin embraces her mom after getting her Aggie Ring.

    Photo by Photo by Megan Cusick
  • University studies senior Trinity Harrison received her Aggie Ring on Friday afternoon.

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  • Over 3,000 Aggie Rings were ordered for the November Ring Day. 

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  • Accounting sophomore Rachel Berg’s father places her ring on her finger.

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  • Over 300 volunteers helped make Ring Day run smoothly.

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  • Rachel Berg and her father pose for a photo.

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  • Nuclear engineering senior Henry Holbrook’s mother inspects his new Aggie Ring before presenting it to him.

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  • Aggies stop to take photos with their families and friends outside of the Clayton J. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center.

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  • Construction science senior Turner Hobby (second from right) poses with his friends after getting his Aggie Ring.

    Photo by Photo by Megan Cusick
  • Business management senior Jeff Johnson poses with his family on Kyle Field.

    Photo by Photo by Megan Cusick
  • Accounting senior Victoria Gonzalez poses with her brother on Kyle Field.

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