“Our hearts are heavy at the devastation along the Texas coast and in Houston and southeast Texas from Hurricane Harvey. Our deepest prayers are with the families and communities who have experienced loss, and we pray that in the coming days they will be filled with hope, reassurance and restoration. We encourage our Baylor Family to stay safe and join together in prayer for God’s comfort, mercy and protection for those impacted by this devastating storm.” - Dr. Linda A. Livingstone, Baylor University President.
Milton shares experience with Hurricane Harvey, While there is the excitement of the opening of both the high school and college football seasons this week, real life has taken precedence in Texas.
Friendswood athlete Mark Milton, who has committed to Baylor as a defensive back, went through a harrowing experience that began Saturday night and into early hours on Sunday in Southeast Houston.
He tells this story better than we can. Continue Reading at YahooSports.
How you can help victims of Hurricane Harvey, Disaster relief organizations need money and in some cases volunteers to assist victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Hurricane Harvey victims: How to help - ABC News, Hurricane Harvey victims: How to help:
Southeastern Texas has been pummeled with unprecedented flooding this weekend after the arrival of Hurricane Harvey, leaving thousands of residents stranded and in need of help.
Here are some ways that you can assist victims of the storm: Continue helping . . .
College Sports: SMU, Baylor offer help to Rice football team stranded by Hurricane Harvey | SportsDay, The Rice football team is in limbo in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. The Owls are returning to the United States after opening the season...
Baylor offers to help the Rice football team in wake of Harvey | KCENTV.com, The Rice football team is making its way back to the United States after opening its season against Stanford in Sydney, Australia. The Owls don’t know when they will be able to make it to Houston due to the extreme flooding from Hurricane Harvey.
Soccer Cancels Monday’s HBU Match
Baylor soccer’s match with the Houston Baptist Huskies, pushed back to a Monday, Aug. 28, match in Waco, has been canceled and will not be rescheduled.
Baylor Volleyball Sweeps UC Santa Barbara, Baylor volleyball (2-1) closed out the Hampton Inn & Suites Waco North Baylor Invitational with an emphatic three-set victory over UC Santa Barbara, 25-19, 25-12, 25-14, Sunday afternoon at the Ferrell Center.
Fanning leads dominant Baylor volleyball over UC-Santa Barbara, 3-0 | Baylor Volleyball | wacotrib.com, A trio of players who weren’t on the court for last year’s Baylor volleyball team made big impacts in the Bears’ 25-19, 25-12, 25-14 win over UC-Santa Barbara on Sunday,
Excellence is a habit.— Baylor Football (@BUFootball) August 27, 2017
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Judah & the Lion to Headline Sept. 1 Traditions Rally at Baylor | Media Communications | Baylor University, Free community-wide event on Fountain Mall features football pep rally, Kids Zone, skydive team, concert, fireworks and more.
6:30 p.m.: Event, food trucks and vendors open to the public
7:15 p.m.: Pep Rally
8:15 p.m.: Judah & the Lion in concert
9:25 p.m.: Fireworks show (over Fifth Street Parking Garage)
Free public parking is available in any of the lots on the Baylor campus. Free public parking is available in any of the lots on the Baylor campus.
College Sports: Former Baylor QB Bryce Petty diagnosed with MCL injury after early exit in Jets preseason game | SportsDay, Ex-Baylor QB and current New York Jets back up, Bryce Petty, suffered a Grade 1 MCL sprain Saturday night in a preseason matchup against the...
Oklahoma would have to face Big 12 rematch for another title | Sports | herald-dispatch.com, When the conference title game resumes this season after a six-year hiatus, the Red River rivals could be facing each other for the second time that season. Or maybe it . . .
Oklahoma State University Athletics - One More Ride: Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph has been the Cowboys' on-field general for two-plus seasons, and in that time, he has played at a level that matches some of the best players in team history. This season, the senior will look to cement his place among the all-time greats at Oklahoma State.
Red Raider sports ready for fall slate | Sports | dailytoreador.com, For some sports, improving from the season prior is a main point of focus to get on track for the approaching season. For others, the focus is on maintaining the . . .