Texas A&M baseball coach Jim Schlossnagle earns 900th career win on Sunday

Texas A&M baseball head coach Jim Schlossnagle continued to climb the ladder on Sunday afternoon by notching his 900th career victory with a dominant 21-2 win against Wagner University at Blue Bell Park.

Seven games into his third year in College Station, Schlossnagle earned his 89th victory as manager of the Aggies on Sunday. Before arriving in Aggieland, he was head coach at TCU in Abilene from 2003-21, where he reached the College World Series five total times and in four straight seasons from 2014-17.

Schlossnagle reached the CWS in his first year at Texas A&M in 2022 but fell short in the NCAA Regional last season. The Aggies manager is 89-47 thus far in College Station and 900-440 (.672) overall.

While with the Horned Frogs, Schlossnagle won Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year seven times in 2003 & 2006-11. He earned Big 12 Coach of the Year in 2015 and Baseball America National Coach of the Year in 2016. Before taking over at TCU, Schlossnagle was an assistant coach at Elon (1990-92), Clemson (1993) and Tulane (1994-2001).

Texas A&M (7-0) will attempt to remain unbeaten on Tuesday at 6 p.m. versus Lamar at home.

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