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Former Texas A&M pitcher Kyle Simonds is now a volunteer assistant with the program after spending two seasons as a graduate student manager.

The Texas A&M baseball program has promoted Kyle Simonds to volunteer assistant coach after the former Aggie pitcher spent two seasons as a graduate student manager while completing a master’s degree in recreation, parks and tourism sciences in youth development.

Simonds was 11-3 in 2016 with a 2.61 earned run average for the Aggies, throwing a no-hitter against second-ranked Vanderbilt. He was 3-2 his junior season. Simonds was drafted in the 14th round of the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft by Washington and spent two seasons in the minors before returning to school.

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