WHO ARE THE DIAMOND DARLINGS?
The Diamond Darlings are a student support group, founded in 1972, that promotes school spirit and supports Texas A&M Baseball through community involvement and other activities.
WHAT DO THE DIAMOND DARLINGS DO?
As a Diamond Darling, a member will participate as a group to assist with game day operations at Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park and provide support to the Aggie Baseball organization in several capacities including, but not limited to, selling programs at games, assisting with on-field activities, serving as a bat girl, running Guest Services, and providing assistance to visitors at the stadium.
Each year the Diamond Darlings participate in Big Event, write letters to our troops overseas, do an equipment drive at an Aggie Baseball home series (benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of the Brazos Valley), and participate individually in other university and community organizations. The Diamond Darlings also host an annual "Diamond in the Rough" golf tournament to benefit the group in support of Texas A&M Baseball.
INTERESTED IN JOINING?
Any member of the student body who has a full time status (12 hours or more), is in good standing with the university, has at least a 2.0 GPR at the time of selection and maintains at least a 2.0 overall and semester GPR throughout the fall and spring semesters, and who will attend Texas A&M for the upcoming fall and spring semesters, may apply for membership with the Diamond Darlings. Applications for membership will be accepted beginning the first day of classes each fall semester with an interview process to follow. 20 members will be chosen annually by a selection committee made up of school administrators and past Diamond Darlings.
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