UK was seeking its first road sweep in Southeastern Conference play since 2008, but Aggies starter Grayson Long assured that would not happen. Long (5-1) allowed only two earned runs and struck out eight over eight innings on the mound.
A.J. Reed, who belted his NCAA-leading 16th home run of the season, the 33rd of his career with the Cats.
Texas A&M (24-17, 8-10 SEC) supported Long's impressive outing with a 16-hit attack. Ten of those came against UK starter Andrew Nelson (1-4), who surrendered eight earned runs over four innings of work.
The Aggies were led by second baseman Ryne Birk, who went 2-for-4 with a home run and five RBI. Left fielder Jace Statum followed with two hits and three RBI, while right fielder Nick Banks added three hits, a home run and two RBI for A&M.
The Cats return to action Tuesday at home against Tennessee Tech in a 6:30 p.m ET game.