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AUSTIN, Texas - The Texas A&M Aggies saw their 2016 campaign come to a close with a 3-0 loss to the SMU Mustangs in the first round of the NCAA Championship at Gregory Gym. The Mustangs completed the sweep by scores of 25-23, 25-23 and 25-18.Making their sixth consecutive and 24th NCAA Championship appearance, the Aggies ended the season with a 21-9 record.Sophomore middle blocker Kaitlyn Blake led the Aggies attack with a .500 attack percentage and 11 kills. Senior middle blocker Jazzmin Babers posted a .304 attack percentage and 11 kills, and freshman outside hitter Hollann Hans notched a team-high 13 kills while hitting .250. Junior setter Stephanie Aiple closed out the match with 38 assists and nine digs.SMU (26-7) started the first set on a 7-3 run with kills by four different players. After trading points to get to 9-5, the Mustangs extended the lead out to 13-5 after a pair of attack errors by the Aggies. Texas A&M, which outhit the Mustangs, .244 to .224 in the frame, went on a 6-1 run to stabilize the match and cut the SMU lead to 14-13. The spurt featured two kills apiece by junior hitters Kiara McGee and Ashlie Reasor.The Mustangs stretched the advantage back to five points at 18-13 with a surge bracketed by Janelle Giordano kills. The squads exchanged the next four points to give SMU a 20-15 edge. The Aggies went on a 5-1 run with two kills by Babers and one kill each by Hans and Blake to pull within one point again at 21-20. The Mustangs extended the lead to 24-21 when Blake fought off a set point with a pair of kills before Lauren Mills put down the final kill of the stanza for SMU.The second set was tightly contested with the largest margin for either team being three points. The squads played on an even keel for the first 18 points with the score tied on nine occasions before SMU went on a 3-0 run to take a 12-9 lead. Babers and Blake each put down two kills as the Aggies drew even at 14-14, and Reasor floored a spike as the Maroon and White staked claim to a 15-14 margin.The score was knotted six more times in the second set on the way to a 22-22 tally. In the waning moments of the set, SMU, which outhit A&M, .239 to .204 in the set, took advantage of two attack errors by Texas A&M to take a 24-22 lead. Hans fended off one set point with a kill before Mills successful attack handed SMU the set, 25-23.The third set was once again a teeter-totter affair early on with teams playing to nine tie scores en route to a 10-10 score. The Mustangs broke away with a 7-1 run featuring two kills apiece by Kristen Stehling and Katie Hegarty. The Aggies, who were outhit, .289 to .075, made a run with two kills by Hans on a 4-0 run to cut the gap to 17-15. It would be the last time the Maroon and White would be within two points of the Mustangs and SMUs Giordano ended the match with a kill.In her last career match, Babers moved past Amy Cumings (1987-90) for 12th place on Texas A&Ms career kills list with 1,139. Junior libero Amy Nettles, who led the Aggies with 18 digs, passed Kelsey Black (2008-11) for 15th place on the career digs list with 1,113.Blake led A&M with four blocks, including three block assists to give her 145 for the season, tying for the third most in a season in program history and only nine short of the all-time recordIn addition to Babers, the all-time career leader in both total blocks and block assists, the match also was the last for senior outside hitter Emily Hardesty, defensive specialists Victoria Arenas and Katelyn Labhart and setter Kaysie Shebeneck. New Balance Shoes Store . Jordan Lynch, the all-purpose Heisman Trophy finalist from Northern Illinois, failed to make it into that exclusive club. 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MIAMI -- When Jose Fernandez threw his final pitch of the night, he pulled up in pain, rubbed his right knee and limped to the dugout.He still looked better than his opponent.Fernandez pitched seven innings and shook off calf cramps to help the Miami Marlins beat the Kansas City Royals 3-0 and snap their nine-game winning streak Wednesday.Fernandez (13-7) grimaced after retiring Christian Colon with his ninth strikeout to end the seventh.I was cramping for the last five pitches, Fernandez said. I was sweating and changed my uniform twice. Sweating, sweating. The last pitch, when I finished I felt the cramp and I was, `Oooowwwww. I came in and took some Gatorade, and Im ready to go -- fantastic.The irrepressible Fernandez was laughing with teammates in the dugout in the ninth inning and joined in the postgame celebration on the field. When asked if the Marlins ace was indeed OK, manager Don Mattingly laughed.Did you see him after the game? Mattingly said.Fernandezs nine strikeouts increased his season total to 213, breaking the Marlins record of 209 set by Ryan Dempster in 2000. Fernandez allowed six hits and won for the first time since July 23 to snap his three-game losing streak, a career worst.From the last five or six starts, today was a little improvement, he said.Fernandez also had the Marlins first two hits, hiking his average to .286, and improved to 27-2 at Marlins Park.Christian Yelich broke a scoreless tie in the sixth with a two-run single.The Royals went 0 for 8 with runners in scoring position against Fernandez. They loaded the bases in the second, but Fernandez escaped by retiring Paulo Orlando and Colon. Their first two batters singled in the sixth, but Alex Gordon struck out and Alcides Escobar bounced into a double play.Orlando struck out in all four at-bats against Fernandez.He was just tough, Royals mmanager Ned Yost said.dddddddddddd He had a really, really good slider and went to it when he got in trouble.Fernando Rodney pitched around two singles and a walk in the ninth for his 25th save and eighth with Miami. He was helped by a spectacular leaping catch by shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria to rob Escobar.That changed the game, Escobar said. I hit that ball really good. When I saw it, I said, `Oh! Thats a great play.Dillon Gee (5-7) allowed only two of the first 18 batters to reach -- and both times it was Fernandez. He had an infield single in the third and another single in the sixth, when Gee proceeded to unravel.The Marlins collected four consecutive singles, the last of them Yelichs hit to chase Gee. Marcell Ozuna followed with a sacrifice fly.I wasnt overpowering by any means, Gee said, but I felt like I threw the ball fairly well.The Royals bullpen extended its franchise-record scoreless streak to 34 2/3 innings.TRAINERS ROOMMarlins: LHP Wei-Yin Chen (sprained elbow) threw a bullpen session for the first time since being sidelined July 20, and hes on schedule to return in mid-September. ... Ozuna was back in the lineup after leaving Tuesdays game to be with his pregnant wife, who became ill and was briefly taken to the hospital. She and the baby were doing fine Wednesday, Ozuna said.Royals: LHP Mike Minor, who has not pitched in the majors since 2014 after suffering a torn labrum in 2015, is being shut down for the year after struggling in several rehab starts.UP NEXTRHP Edinson Volquez (9-10, 5.04) is scheduled to face Marlins RHP Tom Koehler (9-8, 3.82) in the series finale. Volquez is 6-0 in seven career starts against Miami. 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