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The generosity of Monty and Becky Davis ensures A&M's new softball stadium will be superb.
Regents approve plans for two of the nation's finest facilities for A&M track and field, softball.
Scintillating seniors pace Aggies as postseason nears.
SEC champion Béryl Gastaldello continues family tradition of international competition.
Senior Annie Kunz, a former star for the Aggies in soccer, is climbing the charts in track and field.
Spending time around collegiate athletics provides proof that sports matter.
Boomer White follows his heart from TCU to Texas A&M.
Texas A&M’s historic season ends in the Sweet 16.
A final look at the A&M women’s basketball season.
With spring football complete, 12th Man Magazine explores some important questions facing the Aggies in 2016.
Aggie swimmer recounts his journey from walk-on to scholarship recipient.
Jim and Julie Rouse are making a deep impact on A&M.
Alex Caruso is a prime example of a program-changing four-year player.
Special season ends at the hands of experienced OU.
Why should we embrace Aggie basketball? Let me count the ways.
Admon Gilder finding himself in all the right places.
A student of the game, super sophomore Tori Vidales slugging her way to stardom.
"Iron Man" Jackson Withrow garners second chance at senior season.
Aggie men continue impressive NCAA indoor streak.
Aggies appear revitalized with the addition of experienced play caller
Aggies looking for wins in NCAA play.
Historic comeback in final seconds pushes A&M to Sweet 16.
Aggie fans, team making the postseason even more memorable.
A&M overpowers Green Bay to advance in NCAA Tournament.
Aggies Have the Look of a Team That Can Make Noise in March.
Freshman Tyler Davis hoping to power A&M to deep NCAA run.
Aggies, Wildcats stage classic duo in SEC championship.
Magical season continues as Aggies surge into the SEC championship
Aggie fans in Nashville are soaking up the postseason.
Top-Seeded Aggies hope to learn from February slump.
The record-breaking A&M senior is playing his final season with a familiar style.
Talented roster makes Aggie baseball a team to watch in 2016.
Career reserve Chelsea Jennings has become one of A&M’s most important players.
12th Man Magazine remembers some of the best basketball teams in A&M history.
Top-20 recruiting class propels Aggies toward 2016 season.
Impactful donation jumpstarts student-athlete scholarship initiative.
Jacob Green is A&M's most recent inductee into Texas Sports Hall of Fame.
Transfer Anthony Collins providing valuable leadership as Aggies aim for March
Jordan Jones leads the Aggies into SEC play after overcoming off-season knee surgery
Scott Woodward granted an exclusive interview to 12th Man Magazine shortly after his introductory press conference on Jan. 11.
Lafield family proudly supports athletics thanks to a deep love for Texas A&M
Pole vaulter Audie Wyatt springs into the Texas A&M record book
Hiring of new AD Scott Woodward caps a compelling week in Aggieland
A picture, they say, is worth a thousand words. That age-old axiom is one that is an absolute truth when it comes to producing this magazine.
Weighing the results of an up-and-down season in Aggieland
Jazzmin Babers provides leadership on and off the court as Texas A&M notches first conference title
A model of consistency, Aggie soccer makes another deep postseason run
Life insurance gift keeps Ford Flurry Jr.’s legacy alive at Texas A&M
How Texas A&M prepared one student-athlete for a summer internship in New York City
Laurie Corbelli cements legacy with historic run to A&M’s first conference title
Led by an ultra-talented senior class, the Aggies aim to avenge last season’s early NCAA exit.
Savvy veterans and explosive newcomers have Texas A&M poised for a return to the Big Dance.
Financial literacy workshops making a difference for Texas A&M student-athletes.
Eventual Aggies Matt and Manon Kebodeaux leaving a lasting legacy at Texas A&M.
After tragedy and tears, former 12th Man Foundation employee Noel Devin’s legacy continues to shine.
Involvement in athletics doesn't stop at graduation for former yell leaders.
Once on the brink of giving up the game, Haley Pounds overcomes heavy burden to lead the Aggies.
The responsibilities of fatherhood drive Brandon Williams to Texas A&M, cornerback.
The transition to being a "regular" student can come with unexpected emotions.
Coaching trees rooted in College Station are sprouting up across the country.
Opening of redeveloped Kyle Field caps years of planning, excitement and anticipation.
Download high-resolution photos of Kyle Field to print as a keepsake for your home or office.
Angela Lowak’s life-changing summers have helped shape her on and -- more importantly -- off the court.
A lifelong Texas A&M fan, Sam Moeller is on pace to set a school record for starts as the 12th Man.
Mikaela Harvey is flourishing as a second-year player for the Aggies.
Always fiery on the field, former QB Stephen McGee is happy to be back in Aggieland.
Offensive lineman Germain Ifedi embraces hard work in football, Kyle Field construction internship.
Desire for excellence drives continued support from Kyle and Karen McNeely.
The Aggies have plenty to talk about as the 2015 season draws near.
Reconstructing Kyle Field is a dream project for A&M graduate Greg McClure.
Football stadium upgrades have often yielded positive results for Texas A&M.
Already an NCAA champion, Shelbi Vaughan continues her move up the A&M record books.
David and Sharee Norcom provide generous support for A&M track and field.
In a season filled with adversity, Aggie baseball battles its way to the brink of the College World Series.
Hard work, dedication earns former A&M star Sydney Colson another shot at the WNBA.
Jeremy Efferding may seem carefree, but his focused play helped land A&M back in the postseason.
Family, friends and an unwavering resolve help men’s golfer Dylan Siebenaler triumph over a devastating diagnosis
Forty years after first sponsoring women’s athletics, A&M’s program has become a national power
Mike "Radar" Ricke assumes role as most tenured A&M athletics employee
To those who support student-athletes by giving, I want to say thanks and gig 'em.
Without them, many young people who aren't financially stable or can't provide an education for themselves have a great opportunity. It makes A&M a better place."