NCAAB Texas A&M Aggies

General Information

Conference: Southeastern (2012-present)

NCAA Division: Division I

City: College Station, Texas

Stadium: Reed Arena


  • National Championships: None
  • Conference Titles: 2 (1980, 1987)
  • Conference Regular Season Titles: 12 (1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1951, 1964, 1969, 1975, 1976, 1980, 1986, 2016)
  • NCAA Tournaments: 14 (1951, 1964, 1969, 1975, 1980, 1987, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2016, 2018)

Past Conferences:

  • Southwest, Big 12

Texas A&M Aggies Standings & Analysis

The Texas A&M Aggies finished their 2021 football season with an impressive 9-4 overall record, including a 4-4 record in the highly competitive SEC conference. The Aggies had some notable victories during the season, including wins over the then-undefeated and top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide and the then-13th ranked Auburn Tigers.

One player to watch in particular is quarterback Haynes King, who showed promise as a freshman in 2021 before suffering a season-ending injury. If King can return to form and lead the Aggies’ offense, they could be a force to be reckoned with in the SEC and beyond.

Overall, the future looks bright for the Texas A&M Aggies football program, and fans can expect another exciting season in 2022.

All-Time Texas A&M Aggies Stats & Records

Points Scored

  • Bernard King: 1,990
  • Vernon Smith: 1,778
  • Joseph Jones: 1,679


  • Vernon Smith: 978
  • Winston Crite: 913
  •  Claude Riley: 870
  • Rynn Wright: 870


  • Alex Caruso: 649
  • Dave Goff: 625
  • David Edwards: 602

Overview of the Texas A&M Aggies Standings

Last-Season Standings

The Texas A&M Aggies basketball team had a solid season in 2021-2022, finishing with an overall record of 22-10, including a 12-6 record in SEC conference play. The Aggies finished third in the SEC standings, behind only the top-ranked Kentucky Wildcats and the Tennessee Volunteers.

The Aggies had several standout victories during the season, including wins over ranked opponents such as the then-10th ranked Arkansas Razorbacks and the then-18th ranked LSU Tigers. The team’s strong performances throughout the season earned them a spot in the NCAA Tournament as a 7th seed in the West region.

In the tournament, the Aggies faced off against the 10th seeded BYU Cougars in the first round. The game was a closely-contested battle, with the Aggies ultimately coming out on top with a score of 70-67. However, in the second round, the Aggies faced a tough challenge in the 2nd seeded Gonzaga Bulldogs and were eliminated from the tournament with a 71-59 loss.

Throughout the season, several Aggies players stood out as top performers. Guard Marcus Williams led the team in scoring, averaging 16.2 points per game, while also contributing 3.9 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game. Forward Emanuel Miller also had a strong season, averaging 12.4 points and 7.2 rebounds per game.

In addition to Williams and Miller, the Aggies had several other players who made key contributions throughout the season. Guard Tyrese Radford was a valuable defensive player, while also chipping in 8.8 points and 4.3 rebounds per game. Freshman forward Yavuz Gultekin showed promise off the bench, providing energy and athleticism in limited minutes.

Overall, the Texas A&M Aggies basketball team made significant progress in the 2021-2022 season, finishing with a winning record and earning a spot in the NCAA Tournament. With several key players set to return next season, including Williams and Miller, the Aggies will look to build on their success and compete for a conference championship in the coming years.

Before Betting on Texas A&M Aggies, Check Out These Tips:

Keep an eye on injuries and suspensions:

Injuries and suspensions can have a significant impact on a team’s performance, so it’s important to keep an eye on any updates related to the Texas A&M Aggies’ roster. If a key player is injured or suspended, it could affect the team’s ability to win or cover the spread, so make sure to stay up-to-date on any news related to the team’s roster.

Consider their recent performance:

Before placing a bet on the Texas A&M Aggies, it’s important to evaluate their recent performance. Look at their most recent games and consider their strengths and weaknesses as a team. This can help you make an informed decision when placing your bet.

Consider their recent performance:

Before placing a bet on the Texas A&M Aggies, it’s important to evaluate their recent performance. Look at their most recent games and consider their strengths and weaknesses as a team. This can help you make an informed decision when placing your bet.

Look at the odds:

When betting on the Texas A&M Aggies, it’s important to take into account the odds that the sportsbook is offering. Make sure to shop around and compare odds from different sportsbooks to find the best value for your bet.
Know the team’s strengths and weaknesses: To make an informed bet, it’s important to have a good understanding of the Texas A&M Aggies’ strengths and weaknesses as a team. This can help you identify matchups that could be favorable or unfavorable for the Aggies, and make more accurate predictions about how they will perform in a given game.

Texas A&M Aggies Basketball History

The Texas A&M Aggies are a Division I program located in College Station, Texas. Texas A&M joined the Southeastern Conference in 2012 along with Missouri, bringing the league to 14 schools.

Texas A&M has been to the NCAA Tournament 14 times, most recently in 2018 when it won 22 games under Billy Kennedy and advanced to the Sweet 16. The seventh-seeded Aggies overcame the odds to beat No. 2 seed North Carolina before falling 99-72 to No. 3 seed Michigan. Three starters from that team — Tyler Davis, D.J. Hogg and Robert Williams — wound up declaring for the NBA Draft.

Those departures had a ripple effect on the following season, as the Aggies struggled with depth and finished just 14-18 — their worst mark in seven years. As a result, Kennedy was fired and later replaced by Buzz Williams. Williams went 16-14, including 10-8 in conference play, his first season and was named SEC Coach of the Year. There were no postseason tournaments that year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Texas A&M won 20 games or more in four of their first 10 seasons in the SEC, including a school-record 28 wins in 2015-16. The Aggies won the SEC regular season title and made the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2011. A No. 3 seed, the Aggies wound up losing to No. 2 seed Oklahoma 77-63 in the Sweet 16.

Prior to the SEC, Texas A&M had been a member of the Big 12 since its founding in 1996. The Aggies struggled mightily early in their Big 12 tenure, finishing no better than .500 in their first eight seasons. But the tide began to turn in 2004-05 under new coach Billy Gillespie. The Aggies went 21-10 and reached the National Invitational Tournament quarterfinals that season, then made six straight trips to the Big Dance from 2006-11. They won at least one tournament game in five of those appearances.

As a longtime member of the Southwest Conference, Texas A&M won a combined 13 league championships. The school advanced to the Sweet 16 three times during that era (1951, 1969, 1980).

The Aggies’ postseason history also includes eight appearances in the NIT. They reached the consolation tournament final in 2022, losing 73-72 to Xavier to conclude a 27-13 campaign. The team carried modest expectations into 2022-23, as they were picked to finish sixth in the SEC preseason media poll.

Notably, the program has maintained a strong representation in the NBA. Its alumni base includes former All-Stars DeAndre Jordan and Khris Middleton, as well as Williams, Alex Caruso (the program’s all-time assists leader), Danuel House, San Antonio Spurs general manager R.C. Buford and New Orleans Pelicans assistant general manager Bryson Graham.

Texas A&M Aggies Basketball FAQs

Who is the winningest coach in Texas A&M program history?

Shelby Metcalf won a school-record 443 games from 1964-90. No one else is remotely close, as Billy Kennedy is second on the list with 151 wins. The Aggies reached the NCAA Tournament five times under Metcalf, who in 1994 was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame.

What is the last Texas A&M team to be ranked in the Associated Press poll?

The Aggies were most recently ranked one week during the 2022-23 season, peaking at No. 24. It was the Aggies’ first time in the poll since 2017-18.

What is the worst season in Texas A&M program history?

Take your pick. We’ll go with the 1991-92 campaign when the Aggies went 2-12 in Southwest Conference play and 6-22 overall under first-year coach Tony Barone.
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