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Daily Bears Report 4/2/2017 - Matt Rhule talks QBs

Football Spring Practice, Track & Field Title, A&T Rematch vs. Oregon - And Lots More Baylor Sports

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Today’s Events

Women’s Basketball

Lady Bears Reload

Lady Bears look to keep 'feeding that monster' next season | Lady Bears Basketball |, Next season, Baylor adds two of the top 12 points guards across the country ranked by ESPN HoopGurlz in Alexis Morris (sixth) and Cara Ursin (12th). Two more top-ranked guards round out the 2017 group in Trinity Oliver and Deauzya Richards. This top class – ranked fourth by ESPN HoopGurlz – will join a group of returners from one of the deepest Baylor teams in program history. No Lady Bear averaged 30 minutes per game as Prince and Wallace finished with the two highest of 28.7 and 28.2.

OBF’s Famous Movie Quote (from Drums Along the Mohawk): “Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition.”

Track & Field

Baylor Track & Field: Texas Relays - Day 3 Recap

Baylor Track & Field: Day Four Recap (2017)

  • Track & Field Closes Out Texas Relays Competition - Baylor Official Athletic Site, Baylor's track and field squads closed out the 90th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays presented by Spectrum at Mike A. Myers Stadium Saturday. Senior Cion Hicks capped the day in the field events for BU by winning the Texas Relays shot put title with a best throw of 55-0.75 [16.78m]. Next Saturday, Baylor will host its first home meet of the 2017 season with the Baylor Invitational. Field events begin at 10 a.m. and running finals start at 3 p.m. at Clyde Hart Track and Field Stadium.

Acrobatics & Tumbling

Baylor Acrobatics & Tumbling: Preview vs. Oregon

PAC-12 Networks: Highlights from February 25, 2017, Oregon vs. Baylor


Baylor Football: Spring Practice Recap No. 7 - 4/1/2017

KWTX- Baylor spring practice QB talk #Sicem
CBS Sports Matt Rhule Interview 3/28/2017

Rhule not happy with practice #Sicem 3/29/2017

KWTX- #Baylor practices more physical under Matt Rhule #SicEm 3/29/2017

KXXV-Spring Practice talk - 3/29/2017


No. 13/14 Baylor softball (32-6, 5-1 Big 12) finished off a three-game sweep over the Texas Tech Red Raiders (16-17, 3-3 Big 12), taking the 4-0 win on Saturday afternoon at Getterman Stadium. From Baylor Bears dot com.

Kelsee Selman (17-3) worked her ninth complete game of the season, including her third complete shutout, going 7.0 frames, allowing just two hits, and striking out five.

“[Selman] is pretty consistent for us. We know what we're going to get out of her. I think she's locked in right now to compete. Everything is working for her. Sometimes you just don't talk to a kid whenever they're in that zone. She's been in it for quite a while, ever since California. Maybe most of the year for that matter, she's thrown really well.” – Baylor head coach Glenn Moore.

“Our pitchers did great on the mound this weekend, I think they did really well. We all did our job as a whole team. I believe in our defense, but also our pitchers do a great job. The whole defense in general, we come together when we need to and make plays.” – Baylor freshman outfielder Maddison Kettler.

“We won two of three at Kansas and that was kind of a downer. Coming in and getting the sweep is going to help us out big time since we don’t have a midweek game. We’re going to practice and work on it and be ready for Iowa State.” – Baylor junior infielder Shelby Friudenberg.

Baylor gets a rare midweek off, returning to Getterman Stadium for a weekend series with Iowa State, April 7-9.

Baylor Softball: Highlights vs Texas Tech, Game 3

After collecting a win and a save in Friday’s doubleheader sweep, Selman somehow managed to top herself in Saturday’s series finale as she threw a two-hitter in the No. 13 Lady Bears’ 4-0 win over Texas Tech at Getterman Stadium.

The Lady Bears (32-6, 5-1) know they’ve got to win at home to have a shot at the Big 12 title, so finishing off the three-game sweep was vital. The Lady Bears have now won 12 straight games against the Red Raiders (16-17, 3-3).

“It’s really big, it’s one of those things we expect all the time,” Selman said. “We didn’t get the sweep at Kansas and that was a downer. But we knew we had a lot of games left that we needed to sweep.”


Baylor Baseball: Highlights vs UW (Sat)
Baylor Baseball: Highlights vs. UW (Fri)


Women’s Tennis

Baylor Tennis (W): 2017 Intro Video

Art Briles Still Wants to Coach