Baylor Baseball finishes their 11-game homestand against no. 8 Oklahoma this weekend, with the first game of the series being played tonight. The Bears are 6-2 on their homestand after a slightly disappointing start to the season, and look to carry their hot streak into this game, and break the five-game losing streak to the Sooners. Baylor's ace, Dillon Newman, is the projected starter for the game, and goes against Oklahoma fireballer Jonathan Gray, who will have to deal with a resurgent Baylor lineup. Tonight's game starts at 6:35 PM.
16th-ranked Baylor Softball hosts Oklahoma State this weekend, looking for some more Big 12 wins after starting their conference season against highly ranked Texas and Oklahoma. The Lady Bears start their series tonight at 6:30 PM, and will continue through the weekend. Senior Holly Holl had an excellent game against Teas State, going 3-4, and her production will be important as the Lady Bears continue through the season.
Baylor Football hopes that last year's late season improvements on defense carry across into the 2013 season, and that the now muralized stand against Kansas State is not simply a nice memory, but an inspiration.
No. 15 Baylor Men's Tennis will face no. 12 (and preseason favorite) Oklahoma this evening at the Hurd Tennis Center, hoping to extend their five game winning streak. (35) Baylor Women's Tennis heads to Oklahoma to face both Oklahoma and OSU across the weekend,
Track and Field has their final away meet of the 2013 season this weekend in Austin, travelling to Austin to compete in the Texas Invitational. Freshman Felix Obi was awarded Big 12 Track and Field Male Athlete of the Week this past week, and will look to improve upon his already record breaking jumps before the Michael Johnson Classic hosted here at Baylor. Baylor will also host the Big 12 Championships in early May.
Finally, THIS WEEK IN GIFS. Y'all, stuff happened. Go laugh at it.