Keep Up With the Texas A&M Sport Schedules

Keep up with all the latest Texas A&M sports schedules right here! We’ll post updates for all Aggie sports teams so you can always be in the know.

Checkout this video:


It’s not easy being a fan of any college team, but it’s especially hard if you don’t know when or where your team is playing. Fortunately, there are a few ways you can keep up with the Texas A&M Sport schedules. You can check the website, sign up for email updates, or follow them on social media.

Fall Sports

The football season is just around the corner. You can catch all the games live on SEC Network. You can also stay up to date on the latest news and information about your favorite team by signing up for email updates.


5 Louisiana-Monroe (ESPNU)
12 at Clemson (ABC)
19 Lamar (SECN)
26 Vanderbilt (SECN)

3 Mississippi State* (CBS)
10 Auburn* (ESPN or ESPN2)
17 at South Carolina (ESPN or ESPN2)
24 at Ole Miss* (ESPN or ESPN2)

7 Georgia* (CBS)
14 Alabama-Birmingham (SECN)
21 at LSU* (CBS)

Cross Country

The Cross Country Schedule has the Aggies running all over the state of Texas and the country. The first meet is the UTA Season Opener in Arlington, TX on Friday, September 1st. The next meet will be in Flagstaff, AZ for the Lightfoot Invitational on September 8th. After that, the team will have their first home meet of the season at the John McNichols Invitational in College Station on September 15th. Some of the other notable meets include the Joe Piane Notre Dame Invite in South Bend, IN on October 6th and the SEC Championships in Knoxville, TN on October 27th.


The volleyball team’s schedule has them playing several away games before they return to College Station to take on Mississippi State on Sept. 26.

The match against the Bulldogs will be the first of eight SEC contests at home this season. Altogether, the Aggies will have 13 home matches in 2019.

In conference play, Texas A&M will host LSU (Oct. 17), Auburn (Oct. 24), Arkansas (Nov. 7), Ole Miss (Nov. 21) and Missouri (Nov. 23) at Reed Arena.


The Texas A&M University soccer team represents Texas A&M University in NCAA Division I women’s college soccer. The team competes in the SEC and is currently coached by G. Guerrieri. The Aggies play their home games at Ellis Field in College Station, Texas.

The program began in 1974 under the direction of head coach Dorothy2 Sheffield. In the program’s early years, the team played its home games at John Mac Hammond Stadium on the campus of Blinn College. In 1977, the team moved to Kyle Field, home of the football team. The stadium underwent renovations in 1982 that added seating for 5,000 spectators, and again in 1997 that added an additional 5,000 seats. In 1999, the program moved to Ellis Field, which has a capacity of 3,000 spectators.

In its history, Texas A&M has made eighteen NCAA Tournament appearances and has advanced to the Sweet Sixteen eight times and the Elite Eight three times. The Aggies have won eleven conference championships, including five SEC championships. The program has produced two Olympians (Heather O’Reilly and Amy LePeilbet), two Hermann Trophy winners (Mia Hamm and Kelley O’Hara), nineteen All-Americans, and eleven Academic All-Americans.

Winter Sports

As winter sports begin, it is important to keep up with the Texas A&M Sport schedules. For the most part, all of the winter sports will be completed by the end of February. This includes both Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Swimming and Diving, and Gymnastics.


The Men’s Basketball team has a full schedule this winter, with games happening throughout December, January, and February. Be sure to check the schedule and catch the team in action!

Swimming and Diving

The Texas A&M swimming and diving team will wrap up the first semester of competition with a trip to Austin, Texas for the annual Longhorn Invitational, Dec. 5-7.

The three-day meet will be contested at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swim Center, with prelims getting underway each morning at 10 a.m. (CT) and finals following in the evenings at 6 p.m. Swimmers will compete in timed finals for events 1000 yards and shorter each night, while all other events will feature prelims in the morning and finals in the evening.

The long course meters portion of the meet will take place on Thursday and Friday, with Saturday reserved for short course yards action. The only event not contested at the meet will be 3-meter diving, as only 1-meter and platform diving will be held.

Indoor Track and Field

The Aggies have a strong tradition of success in indoor track and field, and the team is currently ranked in the top 25 nationally. The schedule for the indoor season includes several meets in Texas and around the country.

Spring Sports

As the weather warms up, so does the sports scene on campus. Intramural and varsity sports alike begin to gear up for their spring seasons. Students, fans and alumni can all keep up with the Texas A&M sport schedules by visiting the official website, There, you can find the schedule for every varsity sport, buy tickets and find out more about the team.


Spring sports are heating up and the 12th Man needs to be in full force! Check out the Texas A&M baseball schedule so you don’t miss a game.

The Texas A&M baseball team is currently leading the way in the SEC standings and looks to continue their success in the upcoming SEC tournament. The Aggies have an impressive 32-15 record and 13-10 SEC record. The team has had several big wins against top-ranked opponents, including a series sweep against then-ranked #1 Florida. With SEC play wrapping up, the Aggies are currently projected to be a top seed in the SEC tournament. Make sure to follow the team as they make a push for the College World Series!

Outdoor Track and Field

Both the men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams will be in action this weekend at the Texas A&M Challenge in College Station, Texas. The two-day event will take place at the George Paul Park on April 13-14.

On the men’s side, freshman Mike Schecter will look to continue his success in the decathlon. Schecter placed first in the event at last weekend’s Florida Relays with a personal-best score of 7458 points.

In addition, senior Maicel Uibo will also compete in the decathlon. Uibo, who is a two-time NCAA champion in the event, currently holds the world’s best score in 2019 with 8611 points.

The Aggie women will be led by senior Jhoanna Rodriguez Cepero in the heptathlon. Rodriguez Cepero won the event at last weekend’s Florida Relays with a personal-best score of 5768 points.

The Texas A&M Challenge will be the final tune-up for both teams before they travel to Tampa, Fla., for the 2019 SEC Outdoor Championships from May 9-12.


The Texas A&M tennis team will be in action this spring as they compete in the 2021 NCAA Division I Tennis Championships. The Aggies will be looking to make a run at the national title, and they will be led by senior All-American Stefanie Tad locks. The team will also feature junior All-American Kennedy Bridgeman, who was recently named the recipient of the 2021 NCAA Division I tennis singles championship. The team will be rounded out by sophomores Gabby Dominguez and Camila Romero, and freshman Emily Harbert.

The schedule for the 2021 season has not been announced yet, but it is expected to be released in the coming weeks. Stay tuned to the Texas A&M tennis website for more information.


The Aggie men’s and women’s golf teams will tee off their spring schedules this weekend at The All American Intercollegiate in Beaumont. This will be the first of five tournaments in the state of Texas for the Aggies. The All American Intercollegiate will be held at the的 par-72, 7,402-yard TPC of Beaumont. This will be the sixth time that the TPC of Beaumont has hosted this event.

The Aggies are coming off a successful fall season in which they won two tournament titles and had seven top-five finishes in 11 events. Headlining that success was junior Rudi Bruni, who captured individual medalist honors at both the Badger Invitational and Marshall Invitational. Bruni enters the spring season ranked No. 36 nationally by Golfweek/Sagarin.

The Aggie women also had a strong fall campaign, winning one tournament title and finishing runner-up three times in six events. Senior Ashlee Nikae led Texas A&M during the fall, recording four top-10 finishes, including a victory at the Jim West Challenge. Nikae enters the spring season ranked No. 56 nationally by Golfweek/Sagarin.


Thank you for taking the time to read this guide. We hope that it has been helpful in teaching you about the different types of coffee roasts. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us.

Scroll to Top