- Women's Basketball, vs Mississippi State, 6:30 PM, Listen Free, Listen KRZI/ESPN 1660 AM, Watch ESPN2
- Baseball, vs Oklahoma, 12:05 PM, Listen, Watch
- Softball, at Kansas, 12:00 PM, Listen
- Women's Tennis, at Texas Tech, 1:00 PM
- Acrobatics & Tumbling, vs Gannon, 1:00 PM, Watch
- Men's Tennis, vs Memphis, 2:00 PM
- Men's Tennis, vs Prairie View A&M, 6:00 PM
Lady Bears Basketball
- For one of the rare times in their careers, Mississippi State’s Teaira McCowan and Baylor’s Kalani Brown will be at eye level with an opponent.
Full AP Story at Star Telegram dot com:
McCowan got Brown’s attention by scoring 20 of her career-high 26 points in the fourth quarter of Mississippi State’s Sweet 16 win over Washington on Friday.
“Big, strong, big in the post,” Brown said. “Got to block her out and do my work early or get punished. You can’t let her get deep. Just do my work early, run the floor hard.”
- Kim Mulkey and her four-player senior class have taken Baylor to four consecutive Elite Eights. Full Story by Brooke Pryor at News OK dot com.
But for a team with two national championships and three Final Fours, a berth in the regional final isn't nearly enough to consider the season to be successful.
“I think when they came to Baylor, they wanted to get to a Final Four,” Mulkey said Saturday. “I think anybody that comes to Baylor wants to get to a Final Four. We've set the bar that high.
- No. 1 Baylor equestrian ran away with the 2017 Big 12 Equestrian Championship trophy, downing No. 2 Oklahoma State, 11-7, in the final round on Saturday afternoon at the Willis Family Equestrian Center. From Baylor Bears dot com.
The two sides kicked off the competition with fences and horsemanship, with Baylor taking a 3-2 edge in both events to take a 6-4 lead in the meet.
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Acrobatics & Tumbling
- The top-ranked and defending national champion Baylor acrobatics & tumbling team will return home to the Ferrell Center to take on No. 8 Gannon Golden Knights today at 1:00 p.m. CT. From News Channel 25, KXXV.
The Bears (3-1) started the 2017 season with a victory over Quinnipiac before losing their next match at Oregon. However, the Bears have rebounded nicely with back-to-back road wins over Glenville State and Fairmont State. The Bears have posted season high overall scores in each of their last two matches, notching a 285.010 in their last match against Fairmont State, and will look to improve upon that number Sunday.
Gannon (3-1) opened its season with a tri-meet victory over Glenville State and Adrian College, but lost its next match to Alderson Broaddus. The Golden Knights were able to rebound with a narrow victory over King University, 272.765-268.255, on March 11.
Track & Field
- The Baylor track and field team racked up eight event titles on the final day of the Roadrunners Invitational Saturday at the Park West Athletics Complex. Full story and results at Baylor Bears dot com.
The event titles, seven for the women and one for the men, propelled the women to a second-place finish in the team standings with 145 points, while the men were fourth with 96.5 points.
The BU women cleaned up in the track events, starting in the sprints. Taylor Bennett cruised to victory in the 100-meter dash with a time of 11.51, which was .37 seconds better than anyone in the field.
- No. 14/22 Baylor baseball shut out No. 15/25 Oklahoma 7-0 on Saturday afternoon at Baylor Ballpark. Full Story at Baylor Bears dot com.
With Parsons throwing well, the offense gave him runs to work with in the third and fourth innings. A T.J. Raguse RBI double and Matt Menard sacrifice fly in the third got the scoring started. Then in the fourth, an error pushed across a run and Raguse drove another in with a single.
A wild pitch in the seventh and an eighth-inning RBI walk by Josh Bissonette and RBI ground out by Raguse gave the Bears a 7-0 lead that stood.
BU starter Montana Parsons (2-1) earned the win, giving up just five hits and two walks with four strikeouts in seven innings. Ott finished the final two innings, allowing three hits with two strikeouts. OU starter Devon Perez (4-1) took the loss, surrendering four runs on six hits and two walks with nine strikeouts in five innings.
"Coming off of yesterday's game, you can see the power that Oklahoma has. Watching what [Montana] Parsons did tonight, being able to handcuff them a little bit -- it's an impressive offense -- seeing the numbers that they put up. To see what we did with that today on the mound was really impressive." -- Head Coach Steve Rodriguez.
Baylor finishes its series vs. Oklahoma with a 12:05 p.m. CT rubber match on Sunday.
- No. 14/14 Baylor softball (27-6, 1-1 Big 12) split the first day of conference play at Kansas (19-13, 1-1 Big 12), winning 6-1 in the conference opener and falling 6-4 in 10 innings in game two on Saturday evening at Arrocha Ballpark at Rock Chalk Park. Visit Baylor Bears dot com for full story.
Kelsee Selman (14-3) took both decisions, throwing a total of 10.2 innings and allowing a combined two earned runs and six hits, striking out 12.
- The No. 15 Baylor women’s tennis team (13-4) will travel to Lubbock to face No. 9 Texas Tech (15-3) today. Full story at Baylor Bears dot com.
First serve is set for 1 p.m. (CT).
In the most recent meeting, the then-ranked No. 57 Lady Bears dropped a 4-2 decision to the then-ranked No. 12 Red Raiders on April 10, 2016. Baylor leads the all-time series against Texas Tech 26-13 and has won five of the last seven matchups.
After the dual match against Texas Tech, the Lady Bears continue their road stretch with play at Iowa State and West Virginia on March 31 and April 2, respectively. The Iowa State match is set for 3 p.m., while action at West Virginia begins at 9 a.m.
- The fourth-ranked Baylor men’s tennis team will play a doubleheader against No. 28 Memphis (12-4) and Prairie View A&M (4-19) Sunday at the Hurd Tennis Center. Full story at Baylor Bears dot com.
The matches are set for 2 p.m. and 6 p.m., respectively. The Bears are 5-0 all-time against each team. BU last played Prairie View A&M in 2013 and Memphis in 2015.
The Bears (16-3) return to action after winning their first-ever BNP Paribas Collegiate Challenge in last weekend in Indian Wells, Calif., at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. BU has won eight of its last nine matches, and received its highest ranking of the season so far. Baylor is 6-0 at home this season.
Following the doubleheader, Baylor will visit Tulsa next Sunday at 1 p.m., in its last non-conference matchup of the 2017 regular season.
- His neck still kind of ached. By most normal standards, he hadn’t had enough sleep.But Matt Rhule loves to coach football – and he wasn’t about to miss practice. Full Brice Cherry story at BearsExtra.
About six hours after landing in Waco after flying in from New York, Baylor’s first-year football coach was back on the field, jogging around and chattering instructions at his new charges. Rhule attended the Baylor men’s basketball team’s loss in the Sweet 16 on Friday night at Madison Square Garden. But Baylor had a scheduled practice – its first in pads, actually – set for Saturday morning, and Rhule had no intentions of applying for an excused absence.
“I fell asleep on the plane,” said the coach, who landed in Waco at around 2 a.m. on Saturday. “Five hours is enough for me.”
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Love "Special Guests" at practice!!!! pic.twitter.com/xaf0OQP8AZ— Matt Rhule (@CoachMattRhule) March 23, 2017
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- Women's NCAA tournament - Finding the right combination is key for Baylor Lady Bears, Mississippi State Bulldogs, The depth of both the Lady Bears and the Bulldogs means their coaches have the added challenge of picking the right mix of players at the right time.
- Sooners Shut Out to Even Series at Baylor - The Official Site of Oklahoma Sooner Sports, The No. 10 University of Oklahoma baseball team lost to No. 14 Baylor, 7-0, at Baylor Ballpark Saturday afternoon to even its Big 12-opening series.
- Baylor riders capture another Big 12 equestrian championship - WacoTrib.com: Baylor Equestrian, The Baylor equestrian team knocked off Oklahoma State, 11-7, to win the Big 12 championship at the Willis Family Equestrian Center on Saturday.
- Lady Bears head to Elite 8 with huge victory over Louisville | The Baylor Lariat, "Well this kid, all she wants today is a Final Four and a chance at a national championship," Mulkey said. "Send me those kinds of kids and I will coach them at anytime."
- Sweet Sixteen loss can't taint fabulous season for Baylor men - WacoTrib.com: Baylor Men's Basketball, NEW YORK – The Baylor players had a hard time dragging themselves out of their locker room Friday night at Madison Square Garden.
- Baylor softball blasts Kansas to win Big 12 opener, 6-1 - WacoTrib.com: Baylor Softball, LAWRENCE, Kan. – Ari Hawkins, Jessie Scroggins and Sydney Christensen blasted homers as the No. 14 Baylor softball team won its Big 12 opener, 6-1, over Kansas on Saturday afternoon.
- Baylor Reins in the Crown - Big 12 Conference - Official Athletic Site, For the second time in three years, Baylor captures the Big 12 Equestrian Championship crown.
- No Heat For Scott Drew Despite Baylor's Blowout Loss, Other than being carbon-based life forms, Sean Miller and Scott Drew don’t have much in common. Miller is a former player at Pitt...
- Baylor wins BNP Paribas Open Collegiate Tennis Challenge after amazing comeback against USC, Tennis - The Bears beat 3 ranked teams in 3 days to clinch the title for the first time, losing the final in 2015
- Baylor football recruiting roundup: Who's on campus?, Pair of high-profile '18 wide receivers - including one with world-class speed - make their way to Waco.
- LETTERS: Readers champion Ken Starr's new book and question feral-hog poison - WacoTrib.com: Letters, Fresh Baylor insights
- Fantasy College Football Breaking News - Rotoworld.com, Baylor strength coach Kaz Kazadi has been reassigned to a role outside the athletic department. "Baylor Athletics acknowledges his years of service, and we appreciate his focus on our student-athletes and programs," Baylor said in a statement.