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One step away
June 8, 2024

Women’s Basketball vs. Oklahoma City

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Photo by By Dalia Muayad

Freshman Chennedy Carter played for the first time in Reed Arena and scored 15 points. 

Texas A&M women’s basketball team played Oklahoma City on November 6 and won 86-35. 

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  • Texas A&M women’s basketball team played Oklahoma City and won 86-35. 

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
  • Junior Anriel Howard makes a shot within the first few minutes of the game against Oklahoma City. 

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
  • Anriel Howard ‘s one of 9 rebounds. 

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
  • Senior Khaalia Hillsman scored 16 points while playing for 17 minutes.  

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
  •  Freshman Jada Walton grabs the ball before it falls out the sidelines. 

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
  • Sophmore Aahliyah Jackson blocks Oklahoma City’s Brooke Irwin with an amazing jump. 

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
  • Khaalia Hillsman continued to impress with her strong rebounds. 

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
  • Aggie teammates cheer on their players. 

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
  • Texas A&M and Oklahoma City players crowd under the hoop fighting for the rebound. 

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
  • Coach Gary Blair gathers team for quick review on game tactics. 

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
  • Jasmine Lumpkin drives into the hoop as Oklahoma City players defend. 

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
  • Freshman Chennedy Carter beats Oklahoma City to grabbing the rebound. 

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
  • Freshman N’dea Jones reaches above Oklahoma City, Alexis Hill, to the hoop. She made 4 free throws in the game. 

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
  • Freshman Kayla Williams and N’dea Jones rush to defense, blocking pass. 

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
  • Proud Aggies hold up signs supporting their team. 

    Photo by By Dalia Muayad
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