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Daily Bears Report 5/21/17

Baylor Athletics and Such

NCAA Football: Lamar at Baylor Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

Today’s Events


Baylor Tennis (M): Highlights vs. Texas




Baylor Baseball: CARPOOL KARAOKE


  • Rain washes out NCAA women's golf play - San Francisco Chronicle, (AP) — Rain washed out play in the NCAA women's golf tournament Saturday at Rich Harvest Farms, forcing officials to cut the stroke-play competition to 54 holes. "With the severe weather threats that we monitored throughout Saturday morning, our committee came to the determination that, given the conditions, canceling Saturday's round was needed to maintain the overall student-athlete experience and the integrity of the championships," NCAA Division I Women's Golf Committee chair Jim Fee said.
  • Women's Golf in Third Place at NCAA Championships - Baylor Official Athletic Site, Baylor women's golf is in third place after shooting 23-over-par 311 in Friday's first round of the 2017 NCAA Championships. The Lady Bears tied the best score among the 12 teams in Friday's morning wave at Rich Harvest Farms.
Baylor Golf (W): First Round of NCAA Tournament

Track & Field

Baylor Track & Field: Big 12 Championship - Day 3 Highlights & Reaction

The Face of Shame

  • Guerin Emig: Ray of hope emerges from dark Baylor cloud... in Waco of all places | OU Sports Extra |, Here, at last, is a shred of hope, a saintly undertaking in a community bedeviled by scandal. “We signed a memorandum of understanding with Baylor University yesterday,” says Barbara Wright, executive director of the Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children. “If there is a student, faculty or staff member at Baylor that has been sexually assaulted and they don’t feel comfortable going to a counselor there for therapy, then they will be told about our agency and all of the services we have to offer. And they can come here and receive our services free. Plus we train volunteer advocates to go to the hospital with sexual assault survivors.”
  • Louisiana school valedictorian’s graduation speech stopped, escorted off stage | KLFY, Vaske explained much of their troubles all stemmed from a critical ACT test she took last winter to help earn a 4-year, $60,000 scholarship to Baylor University; a test she says somehow was mailed so late by Calvary’s administration, that she almost lost that scholarship. The dispute between Vaske and Calvary may not be over just yet. That’s because her family told us that if her transcripts are not sent over to Baylor University by July her scholarship could be in jeopardy.