Baylor Baseball came back against no. 29 Pepperdine last night after allowing an early 4-0 lead, winning the game on a walk-off single from Adam Toth. The Baylor bullpen worked 4.1 scoreless innings to give starter Sterling Wynn a no-decision after he gave up three runs on three hits. Wynn did work three scoreless innings before allowing the three runs. The Bears bounced back from a tough loss to no. 2/3/5 UCLA over the weekend,
Baylor Men's Basketball heads to Morgantown, West Virginia tonight to face the WVU Mountaineers on their home court for the first time. The Bears are firmly on the bubble, needing to win both tonight's game against WVU and the later game against Texas, and have good showings against Kansas and Kansas State to be in consideration for the bracket. While 7-1 freshman Isaiah Austin has his sights set on helping the Bears reach that NCAA tournament, he also has to think about the upcoming NBA draft and the possibility of entering his name. Projected as a possible lottery pick because of his size and talents, and currently ranked 2nd in the Big 12 in rebounding, Austin will make any decisions after helping the Bears get as far as they can.
Baylor Women's Golf sophomore Hayley Davis birdied her final three holes at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate to win the individual title, her first collegiate tournament win. Davis was the only player in the field to post a bogey-free round on Tuesday, and cited her experience playing in the winds of her home country of England as part of her success. The Baylor team finished tied for seventh, but were pleased with the result in adverse conditions against a strong field.
Baylor Acrobatics and Tumbling won their first home match, defeating Azusa Pacific yesterday 266.84-265.75. The Bears will compete again on March 2nd in Oregon against the 1-0 Ducks. Their next home match is March 10th against Quinnipiac.