And #Baylor fans, I'll see you for #ChangingTheNarrative party wed. Night @GutPak! 6-9. I have shirts/hats/bracelets!— Rachel JOY Baribeau (@RachelBaribeau) August 22, 2017
Soccer Golden Goal Downs Wyoming in OT, Baylor soccer (2-0) fought out a 2-1 overtime victory over Wyoming (0-1) on Sunday evening at Betty Lou Mays Soccer Field.
Soccer looking for national respect with new season beginning https://t.co/psnobB4vYa pic.twitter.com/hOdP33RRMX— Lariat Sports (@BULariatSports) August 23, 2017
World University Games
Wallace Guides Australia to World University Games Win, Baylor women’s basketball senior Kristy Wallace opened 2017 World University Games action with Australia’s Emerging Opals early Monday morning. Starting at guard, Wallace scored five points, pulled down two rebounds and distributed four assists to help Australia secure a 78-71 victory over Lithuania.
Emerging Opals Move to 2-0 Tuesday, Baylor senior Kristy Wallace and the Emerging Opals moved to 2-0 in Group D of the 2017 World University Games with a 69-47 victory against Argentina early Tuesday morning inside University Taipei Tianmu Gymnasium.
Stay up to speed with Jimmy Bendeck (@BaylorMTennis) and Jessica Hinojosa (@BaylorWTennis) at Universiade 2017: https://t.co/8QRhYeeej3 pic.twitter.com/EivqTtEFWs— Baylor Athletics (@BaylorAthletics) August 22, 2017
Equestrian Announces 2017-18 Schedule, Baylor equestrian released its 11-meet schedule for the 2017-18 season, announced Monday by first-year head coach Casie Maxwell.
Jerome Tang Promoted to MBB Associate Head Coach, Baylor men’s basketball head coach Scott Drew announced Tuesday that Jerome Tang has been promoted to associate head coach. Tang is entering his 15th season as an assistant on Drew’s staff.
One of the newest members of the @utahjazz was back in Waco, and sat down with Jake Lindsey. #SicEm, @BucketsONeale00. pic.twitter.com/MGzrH81xva— Baylor Basketball (@BaylorMBB) August 23, 2017
Veteran O-Line Coach Brings 47 Years of Experience, Long before a 47-year coaching career that's taken him to eight different schools and stints with three NFL teams, and even before he played freshman football for Andy Baylock at the University of Connecticut, George DeLeone was a self-described college football nut.
Rhule embracing walk-on culture | The Baylor Lariat
Baylor head football coach Matt Rhule is in no rush to bring injured sophomore safeties Henry Black and Rajah Preciado back onto the field.
For Rhule, it provides an opportunity for others, most notably walk-ons, to get legitimate minutes.
“We’re being very cautious with Henry [Black] and Rajah [Preciado],” Rhule said. “I’d probably say another week to two weeks to three weeks. We have some wonderful non-scholarship safeties.”
Such a cool way to let a walk-on know he earned a scholarship pic.twitter.com/WGyPj22fiL— △⃒⃘ (@ItsPaoloni) August 21, 2017
Rhule Addresses Packed House for Kickoff Luncheon, Stopping short of making a prediction, Baylor football coach Matt Rhule told a packed house for Tuesday’s Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce Kickoff Luncheon that “we’ve got a really, really strong group of young people that want to go play.”
Rhule: Waco community is 'awesome, inspiring' | Baylor Bears Football | wacotrib.com, First-year Baylor football coach Matt Rhule said he and his family have felt welcomed by the Waco community since his arrival in December.
1️⃣1️⃣. More. Days. Get to know Zach Smith... pic.twitter.com/FmLSreYzHT— Baylor Football (@BUFootball) August 23, 2017
Preparing for the moment. #SicEm pic.twitter.com/PN3xWgCKVU— Baylor Football (@BUFootball) August 23, 2017