Tonight's game marked the 131st all-time meeting and the Aggies now lead the overall series 81-50.
Tonight's series opening win marked Tech's first at Olsen Field since the 2000 season when Tech took the opener 8-5.
The Red Raiders have now won back-to-back games at Olsen Field for the first time since 1973 and will be in search of just their second-ever series win here on Saturday evening when the two teams meet at 7 p.m.
Tonight's 11-5 win over Texas A&M marked just the third time in school history that the Red Raiders have scored 10-plus runs in a game at Olsen Field.
Junior shortstop Kyle Martin had a career night as he posted four hits (4-for-5) on the evening to pick up his fourth multiple-hit game of the year.
Freshman left fielder Roger Kieschnick now has 15 multiple hit games this season after going 3-for-5 with one RBI and three runs scored in tonight's game. Kieschnick got hits in his first two at-bats this evening and both came on the first offering from A&M starter Kyle Nicholson.
Tech's 19 hits on the evening tied a season-high and was the most hits against Texas A&M pitching this season. The 11 runs scored by Tech on the night were also a season-high against Aggie pitching.
Freshman second baseman Willie Rueda extended his current hit streak to six game as he went 2-for-4 with an RBI. Senior third baseman Joey Callender extended his hit streak to five games by going 2-for-5 at the dish.
Texas Tech is just one win away from the program's 1,300th all-time.