See where Texas A&M lands on the Softball America’s Top 25 rankings

The Aggies, under the first-year head coach Trisha Ford, had a little bit of a mixed bag but showed signs of improvement overall. After an overall binging multiple familiar faces through the portal and adding some seasoned coaches, the arrow is pointed up for this A&M squad.

Coach Ford’s Aggies will enter the 2024 season just inside of the top 20 Softball America’s Top 25 rankings at No. 19. Some other notable teams were the perennial top dog Oklahoma in the No. 1 spot, Tennessee is No.2, Texas is No. 7, and LSU is No. 12. There is a lot to be excited about moving forward. Coach Ford believes she has a team ready to make some noise as a team.

“I think we could be a Super Regional team 100%  and it’s just going to be whether or not we can put the pieces together. Super Regional teams a lot of things can go whichever way and then you’re at the promised land, so my goal is for us to just get to Super Regionals and see what happens from there. But it’s just going to depend on how consistently we can execute at a high level. We have the talent it’s just going to be can we you are you going to love that grind are you going to love the day in and day out the high-level Softball play the pressure you know you have to love”

Texas A&M will open the season at Davis Diamond when they host the Aggie Classic from February 9 -11th.

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