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Texas A&M Aggies vs. Holy Cross Crusaders Recap

Texas A&M starting pitcher Matt Kent allowed only an unearned run over seven innings Sunday afternoon as the 25th-ranked Aggies completed a three-game sweep of visiting Holy Cross at Blue Bell Park. After the Crusaders took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first on Anthony Critelli's RBI single, the Aggies loaded the bases in the bottom of the inning on three consecutive walks. Logan Nottebrook tied the score on a sacrifice fly, then -Ronnie Gideon hit a three-run, two-out home run, his second of the season, to put the Aggies ahead 4-1. J.B. Moss homered later for the Aggies. Kent got the win while Holy Cross starter Ben White took the loss. Gideon finished a huge weekend as he collected eight hits and drove in 11 runs in the three games.

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Holy Cross Crusaders Recap

It was a perfect day at Blue Bell Park on Valentines Day. Perfect weather, crowd, and fans. Competition, love and other things made this a great game to be in attendance. Most teams across the country played a doubleheader this day, but the Aggies and the Crusaders did not. Not that the fans couldn't tell, as this was one of the longest games of the day. In a day full of opening day drama, this one may have stolen the show. The Aggies came out swinging and in the seventh ran away with it scoring seven runs to double the score of the Crusaders, 16-8. The Crusaders bounced back and scored a trifecta of runs in the next inning, but as we know, that wouldn't be enough. They finished the night as the losers and the Aggies will look to sweep their opener on Sunday.

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Holy Cross Crusaders Recap

In the first game of the three game baseball series between Texas A & M Aggies and Holy Cross Crusaders, held at the College Station, Texas, Texas A & M opened their scoring by scoring three runs in the first innings. In the second innings, A & M scored seven more runs taking their tally to ten runs. In the second innings, vast majority of the seven runs come through two home runs by Gideon and Logan Taylor. In the third inning, A & M scored three more runs to take their lead to 13 points. Holy cross opened their account only in the fifth innings when they managed to collect two runs. Texas A & M scored six more runs in the seventh and eighth inning to notch a comfortable victory.
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