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NCAA.com | February 6, 2014

All-division preview: LSU, UCLA to compete at A&M's Aggie Invitational

LSU will begin the weekend at the Texas A&M Aggie Invitational in College Station, Texas.

The No. 9-ranked Lady Tigers are among such nationally-ranked squads as No. 3 Texas A&M, No. 10 UCLA, No. 21 Baylor and No. 22 Arizona State in the race for the women’s team title.

It marks the second time in three weeks that LSU will compete at the site of the 2014 SEC championships after also appearing at the Texas A&M Triangular meet two weeks ago on Jan. 25. The Lady Tigers finished runner-up among the women with 94 points and the Tigers finished in third place among the men with 90.5 points scored during the Texas A&M Triangular.

The Lady Tigers followed by taking home the women’s team title at the New Mexico Team Invitational last weekend after scoring a 30-point victory against runner-up Nebraska with 151 points in the nine-team meet.

No. 2 Texas will be in action at the New Mexico Collegiate Classic, while No. 5 Georgia and No. 8 Kentucky will run at the Doc Hale VT Elite Meet.

Other Notes:

In this weekend's Division II action, No. 2 Grand Valley State and No. 4 Ashland will tackle the Hillsdale Invitational. ... No. 10 Findlay and No. 6 Southern Connecticut will compete at the Valentine Invitational. ... No. 9 Chadron State will be running at the Birds and the Bees Invitational. ... Division III's Wartburg will host the Wartburg Twilight, while No. 4 Wisconsin-Oshkosh will host the Oshkosh Invitational.

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