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Baylor men's tennis blanks UNLV, KXXV, Baylor men’s tennis (3-0) got off to a hot start as the Bears rolled to a 4-0 victory over UNLV (0-1) in the ITA Kick-Off Weekend opening match Saturday afternoon at the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center.
Baylor tennis coach Matt Knoll reaches 500 milestone with team's win, WacoTrib, Sven Lah was trying to focus on his court. While the Baylor freshman held a 1-0 advantage over UNLV’s Courtney Lock, he knew he was up five games to none
Lady Bears’ Basketball
Lady Bears Basketball at West Virginia, Preview - Our Daily Bears, Baylor’s Top 25 Gauntlet continues at Morgantown as the No. 3 Lady Bears take on the No. 20/19 Mountaineers.
The Dominion Post - WVU women’s basketball to host “I Belong” Day, When Mike Carey and the rest of the West Virginia women’s basketball coaching staff took in a WNBA game last year between the Seattle Storm and Atlanta Dream to watch two former WVU players, they were intrigued by the...
Cox filled up the stat sheet in Baylor's win over Texas, BearsExtra, Lauren Cox played every minute of Thursday’s Baylor victory over Texas. While the Longhorns threw five different forwards at the 6-4 sophomore and her 6-7 front court mate Kalani Brown,
The Dominion Post - WVU women face tall task against Baylor, Looking at the roster for the No. 3 Baylor women’s basketball team, the size of the bigs leaps off the page, which has been a mantra for the Bears under head coach Kim Mulkey. It’s definitely something WVU head coach Mike Carey is...
No. 3 Baylor visits WVU women today, wvnews, Baylor, the nation’s No. 3 team and the best the Big 12 has to offer, comes to the Coliseum to take on a depleted No. 20 West Virginia
No. 3/3 WBB Heads to West Virginia - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, The No. 3/3 Baylor Lady Bears (18-1, 8-0) head East to meet its second ranked opponent of the week in No. 20/19 West Virginia (17-4, 5-4) on Sunday, Jan. 28 at 2 p.m. (CT) in Morgantown, W.Va.
Cowgirls bounce back thanks to turnovers, bench play, ocolly, During halftime, things seemed eerily similar for Oklahoma State women’s basketball.
What Baylor hangover? Texas rolls over Iowa State 87-55, Hookem, Ariel Atkins scored a game-high 15 points to lead six Longhorns in double figures.
Joyner Holmes had her first double-double of the season. Texas dominated the boards 40-27. The Horns shot 54 percent from the field.
It all added up to an 87-55 victory over Iowa State in a Big 12 women’s basketball game Saturday night at the Erwin Center.
For at least a night, the 25-point loss to Baylor on Thursday was truly in their past.
Texas rights its wrongs against Iowa State, 87-55, in short turnaround | The Daily Texan, Texas rebounded from a disappointing loss to No. 3 Baylor on Thursday night with a 32-point blowout win over Iowa State on Saturday at home.
Big 12 loses Big 12-SEC Challenge for first time, DieHards, The Big 12 took a blow to its perception on Saturday, but it's not all lost.
Winners and losers from Saturday's Big 12-SEC Challenge, YahooSports, Kentucky's comeback, Texas A&M's collapse, Trae Young vs. Collin Sexton and more.
Chiozza, Hot-Shooting Gators Blitz Baylor, GatorBait, Another superlative show from point guard Chris Chiozza spurred an impressive 21-point victory over Baylor in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge Saturday in the sold-out O'Dome
Florida rains 3-pointers in 81-60 win over Bears, WacoTrib, No. 20 Florida has been a dangerous 3-point shooting team all season, but the Gators took it to another level against Baylor in the Big 12/SEC Challenge.
Instant Analysis: Florida victorious in Big12/SEC Challenge, rivals, The No. 20 Florida Gators’ (15-6, 7-2) unstoppable shooting from beyond the arc propelled them to an 81-60 victory over the Baylor Bears (12-9, 2-7) in the SEC-Big12 Challenge on Saturday afternoon in Gainesville. The Gators hit 56% of their shots from three-point range en route to a 21-point victory at Exactech Arena.
The Baylor Bears were blown out by the Florida Gators in a 81-60 loss, BEarsIllustrated, Bears defense continues to back-slide as the offense still is struggling to make jump shots in 81-60 loss to Florida.
Baylor Men Fall to No. 20 Florida in Big 12/SEC Challenge, KCEN, Baylor fell to No. 20 Florida, 81-60, in the Big 12/SEC Challenge on Saturday afternoon.
Baylor baseball measuring signs of growth as practice resumes, BearsExtra, Steve Rodriguez is upbeat and jovial enough that he doesn’t get too worked up in an interview setting. But he bristled a bit at one of the questions posed to
Baylor D-line coach headed to A&M | Baylor Bears Football, wacotrib, Baylor defensive line coach Elijah Robinson is headed to Texas A&M where he will coach a similar position under new coach Jimbo Fisher.
Texas A&M has found its DT coach in Baylor's Robinson, Gigem247,David Smoak at ESPN 1660 out of Waco is reporting that Baylor defensive line coach Elijah Robinson is leaving the Bears to become the defensive tackles' coach at Texas A&M
Baylor Bears running back signee Craig Williams adds fourth star in final 247Sports Texas state rankings, The speedy playmaker ascended the rankings in the final 247Sports 2018 rankings in Texas.
Baylor Bears receiver signee Kalon Barnes adds fourth star in final 247Sports 2018 Texas state rankings, One of the fastest players in the Lone Star State earned his fourth star with the final 247Sports 2018 state rankings.
Guerin Emig: Michigan State, like Baylor and Penn State before it, exposes college sports' hopeless leadership vacuum, tulsaworld, Indecent behavior on these campuses made worse by coaches, administrators we depend on.
Fifteenth Jane Doe joins lawsuit against Baylor University, KCEN, A fifteenth person has joined those suing Baylor University for its widely reported mishandling of rape and sexual assault.
Monson: Stopping sexual assault against women begins with an institutional change of attitude - The Salt Lake Tribune, The phone call still haunts me.
It came after I wrote a column some 20 years ago suggesting that then-Utah basketball coach Rick Majerus stop his recruitment of a high school athlete who had pleaded guilty to a sexual assault charge. .
Majerus ended the recruitment. But before he did, I received that nameless call after the column’s publication from a woman who said she disagreed with my position on the matter. She said the recruitment was OK, the player was talented. And then, she called me naive. She said, and I’ll never forget the words: “ . . . You don’t know? That’s just the way the world is.”
A new attitude, one with proper muscle behind it, at every school, in every department, in every organization, on every team, across the land must be installed. Abuse happens in many instances because of ignorance and entitlement, because perps believe they can commit such acts without consequence.
Like the phone caller, they think that’s the way the world is.
If it is, damn it all to hell, let’s change it.