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Daily Bears Report 9/12

Women’s Golf and Soccer

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Today’s Event - Women’s Golf

Baylor women’s golf will open its 2016-17 season today at the Dick McGuire Invitational. The tournament is held today and tomorrow at the 6,069-yard, par-73 University of New Mexico Championship Course.

Baylor returns four letter winners from its 2015-16 team. The Bears are led by All-American Dylan Kim, who is back for her redshirt sophomore season after missing all but one tournament last season. She’s joined by senior Maggie Beth Byers, junior Giovana Maymon and sophomore Maria Vesga. Additionally, sophomore Mills Chenot returns after playing in one tournament during her debut season.

For the complete women’s golf season schedule check at Baylor Bears dot com. You’ll also find a video update on the progress of the on campus golf practice facility.


Baylor soccer lost a 1-0 decision at Auburn on Sunday evening at Auburn Soccer Complex. The Bears (5-3-0) ended their four-match road trip with a tough loss to the Tigers (5-3-0) in a match that featured two lightning delays. Baylor Bears dot com has game notes and stat of the day.

The game started 30 minutes late due to a lightning delay. Then after just five minutes of play, another lightning delay forced the teams to wait just over two hours before resuming play. Despite leading Auburn in shots (8-3) and shots on goal (5-1) in the first half, Baylor was unable to find the back of the net. Then in the 70th minute, the Tigers received a goal from Taylor Troutman and held on for the win.

“Auburn is an outstanding team and very well-coached, but I thought we played well enough to win. We won every stat except the one that matters most. It was a great match and I am proud of our girls. We have to get back at it again this week because Washington is another great team. We are ready to be home.” – Head Coach Paul Jobson.