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Courtney Martinez | NCAA.com | May 7, 2016

Texas A&M pitcher Kyle Simonds records no-hitter against Vanderbilt

Texas A&M pitcher Kyle Simonds made program history as just the 11th Aggies pitcher to record a no-hitter with a 3-0 win over Vanderbilt.

Simonds finished just an error away from a perfect game, but sealed the series victory for the Aggies on Saturday afternoon.

The Aggies defense came up huge for their pitcher, including center fielder Nick Choruby's diving catch in the ninth inning to pick up the second out:

The final out to complete the no-hitter fittingly came right back to Simonds:

Simonds tossed 83 pitches and allowed zero walks while the right-hander struck out four Commodore batters. The senior's no-hitter was the Aggies' first since Ross Stripling threw one against San Diego State back on May 12, 2012.

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