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Texas A&M vs. Texas

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Freshman middle blocker Makena Patterson had 6 kills in A&M’s loss to Texas.

Texas A&M fell to No. 6 Texas Wednesday night at Reed Arena in the last non-conference game of the season.
Photos by Cassie Stricker

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  • Freshman setter Camille Conner said after the loss against Texas that playing top teams during the preseason will only make them stronger come conference play.  

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  • Senior outside hitter Kiara McGee had 6 kills and a block in Wednesday’s set.

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  • The Aggies were outblocked 13 to 2.

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  • Freshman outside hitter Samantha Sanders had 2 kills in the Aggies 3-0 loss to No. 6 Texas.

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  • Sophomore outside hitter Hollann Hans continues to build off her strong freshman year with 11 kills and 2 aces and leads the team with 96 kills on the season.

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  • Freshman Camille Conner averages 9.25 assists per set and led the Aggies in assists at 28 against Texas. 

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  • Freshman Samantha Sanders has averaged 27.5 points so far this season.

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  • Kaitlyn Blake had a .33 hitting percentage against Texas.

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  • The Texas A&M volleyball team celebrates a point in their loss to Texas.

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  • Freshman middle blocker Makena Patterson scored 6 points in the Aggies’ loss to Texas.

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  • Camille Conner had 28 assists and a .308 hitting percentage against Texas.

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  • Junior Kaitlyn Blake, senior Ashlie Reason and freshman Camille Conner await a serve from a University of Texas player.

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  • The Aggies closed out their non-conference play Wednesday and will return to SEC action Friday in Baton Rouge against LSU.

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  • Senior Amy Nettles celebrates a point with her teammates. 

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  • Senior Kiara McGee had 6.5 points against Texas.

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  • Sophomore Hollann Hans scored 13 points and had 5 digs against Texas.

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