History

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The Aggie Baseball Alumni Association (ABAA) is dedicated to preserving the history of the North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University Aggie Baseball Program. Document protection is a challenge for all entities. African-American organizations have especially struggled to keep a precise record of their activity and in most situations; it has been due to the lack of monetary resources. Throughout the existence of the Aggie Baseball program, the lack of financial resources has translated into the inability to consistently maintain adequate sports information and record-keeping staff to properly preserve accurate baseball records. The oral and sometimes documented chronological story of the Aggie Baseball program is in the process of being gathered. We are proud of our University for always fielding a team, despite the many challenges. Over the years, the University has provided the ability to cover the baseball program through the Ayantee yearbook staff and the student newspaper, the A&T Register. The quality of baseball coverage has largely been dependent upon the editors of both publications. Ocassionally, editors have done an excellent job of ensuring the baseball team’s inclusion, but there are years where you would think the program was non-existent. The ABAA is proud of a baseball tradition that we can confirm right now, reaches back to 1902. This page is still under construction. The documents, statistics, and stories that will fill this page will be as accurate as possible.