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Photo essay: Midnight Madness

Joseph Kamin, Editor-in-Chief

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Last Saturday, the Tarleton State Univer- sity Texan and TexAnn Basketball team held Midnight Madness. Midnight Madness is
an annual event where National Collegiate Athletic Association teams across the nation hold a practice to get students excited for the upcoming season.

During Tarleton’s Midnight Madness, students enjoyed performances from the Texan Stars, Foul Play and the Tarleton cheerleaders. Once the clock struck midnight, the Texans and TexAnns took the court to start practicing for their season.

The Texans will begin their season by playing an exhibition game against the Tex- as A&M University Aggies. The Texans and the Aggies will tip off on Nov. 3, at 7 p.m. in Reed Arena, College Station.

The TexAnns will begin their season with two exhibition games. On Oct. 31, the TexAnns and the Baylor University Lady Bears will tip off at 7 p.m. in Ferrell Center, Waco. Following their matchup against the Bears, on Nov. 4, the TexAnns will take on the Texas Wesleyan University Lady Rams. The TexAnns will tip off against the Lady Rams at 2 p.m. in Wisdom Gym, Stephenville.

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