New Details Emerge As Baseball Game Streaker Is ID’d As Texas A&M Student Athlete

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New details have emerged in the case of the recent baseball game streaker. The identity of the prankster has been revealed.

It turns out that the streaker was not only a Texas A&M student, but he was also a member of the Aggies’ athletic department.

A Tuesday night meeting between Texas and Texas A&M was interrupted midgame due to the antics of a crowd member. A man was seen running onto the field with a Star Wars mask, a sign, and a message across his chest.

The sign read, “Longhorns Suck,” while the writing on his chest appeared to say, “Trump 2024.”

Upon storming onto the diamond, the runner ditched the sign and dropped his trousers enough for the crowd to see his backside. He then rushed to center field where he hopped over the wall.

After climbing the fence, he was met by police and quickly detained.

The identity of that baseball game streaker has now been unveiled. It turns out he is a member of the Aggies’ cross country team.

The Houston Chronicle confirmed that Spencer Werner was the man who ran onto the field. Werner is a freshman according to his athletics page bio.

2022-23: Cross Country – Opened his Aggie career with an eighth place finish at the Texas A&M Invite 8k, clocking 24:37.0. The performance earned him SEC Men’s Freshman Runner of the Week… At the Paul Short Run 8k, finished with a time of 24:51.0… Registered a time of 24:57.9 at the Arturo Barrios Invitational 8k, finishing 66th.

Werner was named SEC Freshman Runner of the Week on September 20th of last year, but now, his status with the team could be in jeopardy. The Eagle reports that he’s been suspended.

After being detained, he was charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct/exposure, both of which are misdemeanors. He posted bail of $2,800.