Texas A&M (12-16) has one match remaining this season and will try to bounce back after losing at Missouri (9-16) on Saturday. The Tigers still have a trip to Mississippi State next week and snapped an seven-match losing by beating the Aggies. Missouri improved to 2-13 in the SEC, still a game behind Alabama in last place. Texas A&M is 4-13, 11th in the 13-team conference. The Tigers made the NCAA tournament in 2020 before hitting the skids, finishing 5-26 last season. Missouri last reached the regionals in 2017. The Aggies were most recently in the NCAA field in 2019, reaching the regional semifinals.
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Match Date: Nov. 20, 2022
Match Time: 4 p.m. ET
TV: SEC Network (G)
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Missouri dominated play at Hearnes Center on Saturday, beating the visiting Aggies 25-19, 25-19 and 25-16. The Tigers had a .291 attack percentage to just .150 for Texas A&M and dominated the other statistics as well, including recording eight service aces to just four for the Aggies.
Anna Dixon led Missouri with 16 kills, Skylar Buckley recorded 12 digs, Kaylee Cox had three aces and Trista Strasser posted five blocks and three aces. Caroline Meuth booked 10 kills for the Aggies and Mo Johnson made 12 digs.
A&M leads the all-time series between the programs 30-19 but Missouri has won the last six meetings.
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