Aggie softball

Texas A&M’s Tori Vidales is one of six seniors who played their final collegiate games against the Florida Gators at the Gainesville Super Regional over the weekend. The group made a significant impact on the program, helping the Aggies reach the Women’s College World Series last season and coming within a strike of a return this year.

LIMA, Peru – Former Texas A&M All-American Tori Vidales tallied two base hits and an RBI as the Mexican National Team defeated Peru, 9-0, Monday at the Pan American Games.

Vidales went 2-for-3 with a walk.

Through the first two games, Vidales is batting .750, which ranks third among all teams.

Mexico is 1-1 at the Pan Am Games and returns to action Tuesday at 1 p.m. against Venezuela.

A NFCA All-American in 2016 and 2018, Vidales finished her career as the school’s record holder in runs (198), RBI (219) and total bases (480). She ranks second in home runs (65), third in walks (164) and slugging percentage (.694) and sixth in batting average (.355) and putouts (1,200).

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