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The BattalionMay 4, 2024

Slideshow: No. 20 Texas A&M vs. Bowling Green

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Photo by: Morgan Engel

Junior pitcher Brigham Hill earned his fourth win of the season Friday night against Brown. 

In front of the largest opening day crowd in Blue Bell Park history (7,729), the visiting Bowling Green Falcons (0-1) were no match for the No. 20 Texas A&M Aggies (1-0). Final score, 15-1.
Photos by: Morgan Engel

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  • Junior pitcher Bringham Hill rubs some dirt on his hands.  Hill does this before every batter.

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • Assistant coach Jake Carlson mans his first base spot. 

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  • Senior first baseman Joel Davis catches the ball thrown his way from second base. 

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • The Aggies will play the second and third games of the series as a doubleheader on Saturday. 

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • Choruby

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  • 7,279, fans were in attendance for Friday night’s game, which is a record for the largest opening day crowd at Blue bell Park.

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • No. 20 Texas A&M vs. Bowling Green

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  • A fan celebrates after catching a foul ball.

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  • Homan

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  • Coleman

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  • Freshman second baseman Braden Shewmake scored the winning run in the Aggies’ extra-inning victory over Stephen F. Austin.

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • Bowling Green pitcher through 75 pitches, had 6 hits, and only one strikeout in 3 innings pitched.

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  • Fans release bubbles after the Aggies score one of their 15 runs.

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  • After a walk by Bowling Green pitcher Tyler Anderson, the 12th man chanted the “Ball 4” chant. 

    Photo by: Morgan Engel
  • No. 20 Texas A&M vs. Bowling Green

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  • The Aggies discuss their game plan. 

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  • Hunter Coleman went 1-for-2 Tuesday including a solo home run in the seventh inning. 

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  • Freshman catcher Hunter Coleman signals to his teammates. 

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  • Senior left fielder Walker Pennington hit his second home run of the season in the Aggies’ 7-4 loss to LSU Friday night. 

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