- Baseball, at Memphis, 1:00 PM CT, Listen
- Women’s Tennis, vs Iowa State, 1:00 PM CT
- Women’s Tennis, VS UT Arlington, 6:00 PM
- Men’s Golf, ASU Invitational, Tempe, Ari, All Day
Track & Field
Track & Field Captures 400-Meter Hurdle Title in Austin - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Baylor track & field wrapped up the Texas Invitational with another event title Saturday afternoon at Mike A. Myers Stadium.
Baylor freshman spurts to second gold of season, TheEagle, AUSTIN – Baylor freshman Jayson Baldridge raced to his second event title of the outdoor season at Saturday’s Texas Invitational.
Bears mix fun with spring football grind, WacoTrib, Following their fourth practice this week, the Baylor football players broke into a water balloon fight and then helped themselves to some Pokey O’s Cookies and Ice Cream.
Baylor Building Future Point Guard Depth with Transfer from Auburn, BearsIllustrated, Baylor picks up a key commit for their future in point guard Davion Mitchell from Auburn.
Baylor lands Auburn point guard transfer Davion Mitchell, DieHards, Auburn point guard Davion Mitchell announced on Saturday that he is transferring to Baylor.
Auburn guard transferring to Baylor, WacoTrib, Auburn guard Davion Mitchell announced that he’s transferring to Baylor following a visit to campus this weekend.
Coach's Corner: Predicting what's in store for the rest of RG3's NFL career, FrederickNewsPost, One of my favorite TV shows from the past was “The Tonight Show Featuring Johnny Carson.” Carson, one of the best stand-up comics and master of adlibs to host the late-night show, used to do a routine dubbed “Carnac the Magnificent.”
In the bit, Carson, wearing a plumed turban and dressed like an Eastern mystic, would hold a sealed envelope against his forehead and pretend to be divining its contents. Then he would declare his answer, tear open the envelope, and read the supposedly unexpected question. One of my favorite answers/questions was when Carnac answered, “Sis, boom, bahhh!” then revealed the question, “Describe the sound made when a sheep explodes.”
Although I’m no Eastern mystic, the Old Coach will do a little divining by providing an answer to one of this week’s most pressing sports questions.
Answer: Over and out.
Question: What should Baltimore Ravens fans expect from the recent signing of RG3 as a backup quarterback?
Mens Golf in Fourth Place at ASU Thunderbird Invite - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Baylor men’s golf is in fourth place after shooting 11-under-par 557 over two rounds on Saturday at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational at Karsten Golf Course. The Bears shot 8-under 276 in the first round and 3-under 281 in the afternoon.
Women's Golf Places Fifth at Liz Murphey Classic - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Baylor women's golf finished in fifth place after shooting 4-over-par 288 in Saturday's final round of the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic. The Bears finished the 54-hole tournament at the UGA Golf Course with a score of 16-over-par 880.
Memphis roughs up Bradford in middle innings to win Game 2, 7-2, WacoTrib, Baylor let a lead slip away, and couldn’t make a comeback of its own, as Memphis gathered a 7-2 win on Saturday at FedEx Park.
Baseball Loses 7-2 at Memphis - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Baylor baseball lost a 7-2 game to Memphis on Saturday afternoon at FedEx Park. The Bears (16-17) clung to an early 1-0 lead but the Tigers (12-24) rallied for a big fifth inning to even the series.
Cowgirls win 2 in walk-off fashion, OColly, It was a tale of two games for the Oklahoma State softball team Friday.
After its series with No. 16 Baylor was rescheduled to be a doubleheader Friday, OSU went out and grabbed a pair of victories against the Lady Bears, both in walk-off fashion. The Cowgirls won a 14-6 shootout in a five-inning run-rule in Game 1 and followed it up with a 2-1 gritty defensive victory in Game 2.
Men's Tennis Dominates No. 30 Texas Tech, 4-0 - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, No. 24 Baylor men's tennis (18-6, 1-2 Big 12) controlled the match from start to finish in a 4-0 sweep of No. 30 Texas Tech (18-8, 0-3 Big 12) Saturday evening at the Hurd Tennis Center.
Men’s tennis sweeps Texas Tech, TheEagle, No. 24 Baylor (18-6, 1-2) dominated No. 30 Texas Tech (18-8, 0-3) to the tune of 4-0 Saturday evening at the Hurd Tennis Center.