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Devil with a blue dress


The Aggie Women's Bouncy Ballers were already scheduled for a rematch with the DePaul Blue Demons. Today Aggie Athletics announced a home and home with the Duke Blue Devils starting this coming season, with the front half in Reed on Nov 30. The last time the Dukies were at Reed was Danielle Adams' 22 point coming out party in 2009.

A&M to play Duke in 2014-15 and 2015-16


This was the chalk 2013-14 Sweet 16 matchup that got derailed by DePaul. The Ags will also play a rematch with DePaul in the Chicago version of the Maggie Dixon for the dual blue supernatural OOC schedule.

Real March Madness: Congrats to Nebraska


UConn may have won the Bouncy Ball title, but Corn Nation wins the Ref Rage contest. Aggie Basketball fans can only wish we will someday have a chance to compete.

WBB: Too much UConn


Women's Bouncy Ball beat the spread but not the undefeated #1 Huskies.

TAMU & UConn pre-Elite Eight pressers


The Ags and Huskies meet the press in Lincoln.

WBB: Elite Ags


The Women's Bouncy Ballers bounced DePAAAAWWWLLL and are headed to the Elite 8. UConn's Death Star awaits.



The Ags and Blue Demons both want to run the dayum ball.

WBB: Sixteen is sweet


The Women's Bouncy Ball team took care of a pesky James Madison team at Reed Arena to advance to the Sweet 16 in Lincoln next weekend. 16 was also the number of sweet assists that Jordan Jones...

WBB: Ags advance to the second round


The Women's Bouncy Ball team used a second-half run to overcome a poor performance against N. Dakota and advance to face James Madison on Tuesday Night.

WBB: Let the madness begin


The Aggie Women's Bouncy Ball team is a 3 seed in the NCAA tourney

WBB: Ags play their hearts out but fall short


The Women's Bouncy Ball team fought valiantly, but didn't have enough to prevail against Tennessee in the semifinals of the SEC tourney.

WBB: Rocky Chalk at the SEC Tourney


On a day when there were upsets in the B1G, ACC, and Pac-12 Tourneys for Women's Bouncy Ball, the favorites swept the SEC quarterfinals.

WBB: Ags start play in the SEC Tourney


How to find the Auburn-A&M game on your TV

WBB: Marching Onward


The Ags finished the SEC regular season with a win at Florida and a 3 seed in the conference tourney

WBB: Jones makes history at Reed


Sophomore Jordan Jones triple double led the Ags to a solid win on Senior Night.

WBB: Ags can't catch the Cats


A frustrating loss to a good Kentucky team all but killed the Ags chances for a regular season SEC title

WBB: Ags go Bye-Bye

A win in Oxford means the Women's Bouncy Ball team won't start the SEC tourney until the quarterfinals

WBB: Ags take care of Bama

An easy win at Bama combined with Tenn losing to UK to put the Ags alone in second place in the SEC

WBB: Ags play Dawgcatchers

Texas A&M had the biggest comeback more than a decade to escape with a 78-73 overtime win over Georgia.

WBB:Ags hold those Tigers

The Aggie Women's Bouncy Ball team came away with a win on BTHO Breast Cancer day

WBB: Ags lose a squeaker in Nashville

A questionable late foul with the game tied gave Vanderbilt a 71-69 win.

WBB: Ags Arctic Blast Auburn


The Aggie D kept Auburn cold to notch another SEC road win.

WBB: Involuntary Fan Slaughter


The Lady Vols were too much for the Ags as the 9 game win streak came to an end in Reed before 7207 fans, most of whom were yelling for the Ags

Courtney Walker's switch from OU to TAMU was driven by academics


Nice profile of the Aggies' SEC player of the week originally from the 12th man magazine. Walker grew up in Oklahoma and was planning to play for Sherri Coale since she was 14. But her interest in engineering led her to consider other schools. Courtney's mother: "When we went to A&M, the first thing that we did was Coach Blair took Courtney to academic facilities. We went to the Bright Complex and to the engineering department and all over campus. When we left to go home, Courtney asked me if I noticed that we had never gone to the gym or locker room. That right there kind of spelled it out for me. It told me that Gary Blair and his coaches really cared about Courtney’s overall development, not just basketball. Looking back on it all, she made the right decision, even though it has made life more difficult on me in order to see her play."

WBB: Ags hang on vs Mizzou


Defensive adjustments helped the Aggie Women's Bouncy Ballers survive a tough game to stay unbeaten in SEC play.

WBB: The Ags D-feat the SecDef


Women's Bouncy Ball showed their old Defensive mentor that we still play some D here at A&M

WBB: Ags hang on vs S. Carolina


A&M is in first place in the SEC at 4-0 after beating 4 ranked opponents in a row. It wasn't easy as #8 S. Carolina erased a 19 point deficit to force OT.

Frank DeFord on women's sports on NPR


I think he's wrong about interest in team vs individual sports, but then readers of Swish Appeal may be atypical.

WBB: that Dawg won't hunt


The Aggie Women's Bouncy Ball team returns with a blowout win over Georgia and a 3-0 record in SEC play, 0.5 games behind Thursday night's opponent: #10 S. Carolina.

WBB: Ags win a nailbiter in Baton Rouge


The Women's Bouncy Ball team overcame 34% shooting, 20 turnovers, a 13-minute second half field-goal drought, and Courtney Williams fouling out to beat LSU 52-48 on Thursday night.

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