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Texas A&M baseball receives excellent news from the transfer portal

Penn Quakers Wyatt Henseler (8) catches a fly ball as Penn Quakers take on Southern Miss Golden Eagles during the NCAA baseball championship regional at Plainsman Park in Auburn, Ala., on Monday, June 5, 2023.
Penn Quakers Wyatt Henseler (8) catches a fly ball as Penn Quakers take on Southern Miss Golden Eagles during the NCAA baseball championship regional at Plainsman Park in Auburn, Ala., on Monday, June 5, 2023.

Following a Super Regional series win over Oregon, and a commitment from transfer Matt Bergevin out of Fairfield, the Texas A&M baseball team will also add Ivy League Player of the Year Wyatt Henseler.

The Penn Alum committed to the Aggies last September, but after a strong final year, there was some speculation about whether he would enter the 2024 MLB Draft.

All of that was put to rest on Tuesday when Henseler announced via his social media that he would opt out of the draft to join the A&M baseball team. Below, you can see his post on "X"

Henseler was a dominant force in the Ivy League, named the unanimous Player of the Year and First Team All-Ivy. He leaves the Quakers as the all-time leader in the following categories:

  • Hits - 232

  • Runs - 64

  • Doubles - 50

  • Total Bases - 452

  • Home Runs - 54

  • RBIs - 189

Texas A&M has had some recent success with its Ivy League transfers, with Hayden Schott (Columbia) and Jackson Appel (Penn) being major contributors to the Aggies' run to the College World Series. Hopefully, Henseler can have the same type of success once in Aggieland.

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