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No. 6 Texas A&M vs. Lamar

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No. 6 Texas A&M (19-2-1) faced off against Lamar (18-5-1) Friday night in the first round of playoffs.

The Texas A&M Aggies (19-2-1) faced off against the visiting Lamar Cardinals (18-5-1) Friday night in the first round of the NCAA postseason Tournament. After an own goal by the Cardinals in the 7th minute, the Aggies took a 1-0 lead and never gave it back. The Aggies will return to Ellis Field next Friday night for the second round of the tournament, and will play the winner of Notre Dame and IUPUI.
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  • Senior midfilelder and captain Mikaela Harvey during pre-game introductions.

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  • Lamar forward Kelso Peskin during pre-game introductions.

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  • Lamar University (18-4-1) saw their season end Friday night after winning the Southland conference regular season and tournament titles.

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  • Junior forward Emily Bates and sophomore forward Ally Watt celebrate after an own goal by Lamar.

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  • Sophomore forward Ally Watt fired off six shots against the Cardinals, four of which were on goal.

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  • Senior midfielder and captain Mikaela Harvey kicks the through ball.

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  • Senior Yell Leader Ian Moss leads a yell during Friday night’s soccer match against Lamar.

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  • Lamar defender Tori Alanz prepares to through the ball inbounds.

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  • Freshman forward Jimena Lopez weaves through the Lamar defense.

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  • Sophomore forward Ally Watt heads the ball in a shot attempt.

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  • Freshman midfielder Rheagen Smith plays tight defense.

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  • Junior forward Brittany Crabtree had one shot on goal against the Cardinals.

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  • Freshman defender Jimena Lopez intercepts Lamar forward Brittany Harris’ pass.

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  • Lamar goalkeeper Lauren Lovejoy leaps for the save.

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  • Lamar forward Kelso Peskin dribbles the ball up field with sophomore midfielder Cienna Arrieta in pursuit.

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  • Sophomore midfielder Cienna Arrieta jumps of a Lamar player.

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  • Lamar goalkeeper Lauren Lovejoy had nine saves on ten shot attempts by the Aggies.

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  • Lamar forward Kelso Peskin and senior midfielder Stephanie Malherbe.

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  • No.6 Texas A&M (19-2-1) will return to Ellis Field for the second round of playoffs next Friday and will face either Notre Dame or IUPUI.

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