clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Daily Bears Report 2/19/17

Lady Bears Stuff Oklahoma State, MBB Falls to Kansas, Track Places Seventh at South Bend, Softball and Baseball Sweep, Tennis Bounces Back

NCAA Womens Basketball: Baylor at Iowa State Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports

Today’s Events


  • No. 23/24 Baylor softball (6-2) ran out to a 5-3 win over Lamar (2-6) on the third day of the weekend’s Getterman Classic on Saturday morning at Getterman Stadium. From Baylor Bears dot com.

Kelsee Selman (4-1) notched another win for the Lady Bears in the circle, with Shelby McGlaun (1) picking up her first collegiate save for BU.

McGlaun took the start, with Selman taking over in relief to start the third inning.

Selman worked a scoreless 4.0 frames, striking out two and allowing just one hit.

After Kendall Potts came out in relief to try to finish off the seventh, a two-run rally for the Cardinals brought McGlaun back in to close it out, earning the freshman her first save.

Men’s Tennis

Mens Tennis Upsets No. 10 Georgia, 4-2 - Baylor Official Athletic Site, The 13th-ranked Baylor men's tennis team bounced back from its first loss of the season to upset No. 10 Georgia, 4-2, Saturday in consolation play at the ITA National Team Indoor Championships at the Boars Head Sports Club.

"I am really proud of the guys. It is a challenge to take a loss and then know you have to come out the next day and play another really, really good team. It is part of what makes this tournament so special. It is really good for the development of your group, because you really are challenged that way. Georgia has a really good team and I think it was a big deal for us to get off to a better start. We were a little better and we just talked about trying to improve and be one day better everyday. Today we were one day better and I am really proud of the guys for sticking together and giving it everything they had, so that we were able to get a really significant win." - head coach Matt Knoll on the match.

"I think it is a young guy starting to understand his game style. He is getting more comfortable with what he is trying to do out there. That is making all the difference in the world. I am really proud of him. He has been great.” - Knoll on the development of Johannes Schretter.

Men’s Golf

  • Baylor men's golf shot its best-ever team round on a par-72 course with a 20-under-par 268 in Saturday's second round at The All-American Intercollegiate, presented by Coca-Cola. From Baylor Bears dot com.

The Bears have a two-round total of 24-under 552, giving them a 12-shot lead entering Sunday's final round.

The Bears counted a 7-under 65 from Garrett May, scores of 6-under 66 from Braden Bailey and Cooper Dossey, and a 1-under 71 from Matthew Perrine. Hunter Shattuck's even-par 72 did not count toward the team score, but those five players combined to make 28 birdies in the round.

Baylor leads the 18-team field that includes No. 1 Vanderbilt (-12), No. 21 Auburn (-3) and No. 39 South Carolina (-2). BU is also in front of Houston (-6), Rice (-3), McNeese State (E), Southeastern Louisiana (E), Louisiana Tech (+6), UTSA (+8), SMU (+9), Lamar (+9), Charlotte (+11), Wisconsin (+11), Sam Houston State (+17), New Mexico State (+17), Samford (+19) and Houston Baptist (+21).

BU players have claimed the top three spots in the individual standings. Dossey leads the 96-player field by three strokes at 10-under-par 134. May is in second place at 7-under 137, and his second-round 65 tied the sixth-best score in program history. Bailey is third at 6-under 138, Perrine is tied for 15th at 1-under 143 and Shattuck is tied for 55th at 4-over 148. Nick Thornton, who is playing as an individual, shot 4-over 76 on Saturday and is tied for 45th place at 2-over 146.

Baylor players will be in the final group teeing off from No. 1 on Sunday and will be paired with golfers from Vanderbilt and Houston. Shattuck is up first at 9:28 a.m. CT, and he'll be followed in eight-minute intervals by Perrine, Bailey, May and Dossey, respectively. Thornton tees off at 8 a.m. in a group with individuals from Auburn and Houston. Live scoring is available on Follow @BaylorMGolf on Twitter and Facebook for updates throughout the season.

Women’s Tennis

Men’s Basketball

Baylor Misses Its Chance At Catching Kansas, As Omar said on The Wire: You come at the king, you best not miss. Baylor missed. Kansas applied a death grip...

No. 3 Kansas knocks out No. 4 Baylor in march to history, Go ahead. Book it.

No. 3 Kansas closer to Big 12 title with win at No. 4 Baylor - Chicago Tribune, Landen Lucas made two free throws with 11 seconds left and No. 3 Kansas grabbed a stranglehold on the Big 12 race with a 67-65 victory at No. 4 Baylor.

KU Jayhawks at Baylor Bears basketball game recap & score | February 18, 2017 | The Kansas City Star, The No. 3-ranked Jayhawks best the No. 4 Bears 67-65 on Saturday in Waco, Texas, and in the process stretch their lead to three games in the Big 12 race with four games to play.

No. 4 Baylor basketball loses hard-fought battle to No. 3 Kansas, 67-65 - Baylor Men's Basketball, Go ahead and crown Kansas the Big 12 champion for the 13th straight year. It’s academic now.

Kansas Jayhawks at Baylor Bears Basketball: A (Semi) Statistical Recap - Rock Chalk Talk, At halftime, Kansas found itself down six despite not making many (relatively open) jumpers, and Baylor was shooting a bit better than you’d expect. It was reasonable to suggest Kansas would shoot...

Baylor Falls to Kansas 67-65 - Our Daily Bears, Baylor loses a close one . . .

Lady Bears Basketball


In the opener, Baylor relied on a sturdy pitching effort from Montana Parsons and a timely home run from Aaron Dodson on its way to a 6-3 win.

In the nightcap, the Bears turned in a hitting explosion, rocking Niagara for 15 hits in a 21-6 win.

Baylor (3-0) set the tone in the finale with a five-run first inning. Matt Menard and Davis Wendzel had RBI hits, and the Bears also showed a patient batting eye, as Josh Bissonette and T.J. Raguse worked bases-loaded walks.

Track & Field

The Baylor women's distance medley relay squad of Gabby Satterlee, Kiana Hawn, Alison Andrews-Paul and Maggie Montoya produced a season-best time of 11:05.68, while placing seventh at the Alex Wilson Invitational Saturday at the Loftus Sports Center. From Baylor Bears dot com.

The time, which currently sits No. 10 nationally, was the third-fastest in school history and improved upon BU's previous season-best mark of 11:12.39. Only the top 12 relay times in the country qualify for the national meet.

After the distance medley relay, Hawn raced individually in the 400 meters, securing third place with a personal-best time of 53.32. Hawn's previous season-best time was 54.34 and her career-best indoor mark was 54.13.

"It was a really good day. To run the third-fastest time in school history is outstanding. All the girls ran well. The race was loaded. It was the fastest DMR race that I can remember. We got back a little bit and Maggie ran from the back to have a really outstanding split of 4:36. We are sitting 10th in the country, so we will see if that gets us in. When you drop seven seconds off your previous season-best that is impressive." - head coach Todd Harbour on the race.

Baylor will now travel to the Big 12 Indoor Championship, Feb. 24-25, in Ames, Iowa.