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Texas A&M vs. Sam Houston State

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The Aggies sweep Sam Houston State University in a doubleheader 9-1 and 3-0. 

Allowing only one run for the night, the Aggies swept Sam Houston State University in a double header 9-1, 3-0.
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  • The Aggies took an early lead, scoring three runs in the first inning.

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  • Sliding into third, sophomore out fielder Sarah Hudek finished the first game of the doubleheader with a .450 batting average.

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  • Senior pitcher Trinity Harrington allowed zero walks against Sam Houston in the first game.

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  • Saving the ball, junior outfielder Keeli Milligan dives to make the catch.

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  • Junior infielder Kaitlyn Alderink finished game one with two runs.

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  • Junior infielder Riley Sartain slides into home to score for the Aggies.

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  • The Aggies took a moment before the first pitch to honor Sam Houston’s head coach Bob Brock for all he has done for the sport.

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  • The Aggies held the Bearkats until the fourth inning, allowing the only run the Bearkats would score for the night.

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  • Her second at bat of the night, junior outfielder Keeli Milligan finished the first game against Sam Houston with a batting average of .294.

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  • Leading the team in a run up the field before each inning, senior pitcher Lexi Smith sat the game out.

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  • At bat, senior outfielder Erica Russell went one-for-one against Sam Houston in the first game of the night.

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  • Waiting for the chance to run home, junior outfielder Keeli Milligan would not get the chance to score for the night.

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  • Quickly making the grab, junior infielder Riley Sartain throws the ball to first base to get the out for the Aggies.

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