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Daily Bears Report 03.22.2013

Apparently we don't get photos from the NIT or something. Gee, thanks, photo providers.
Apparently we don't get photos from the NIT or something. Gee, thanks, photo providers.

Baylor Men's Basketball hosts Arizona State in the second round of the NIT tonight, facing the Sun Devils for the seventh time in program history at 7:00 PM, televised on ESPN2. The Bears emphatically defeated the Long Beach State '49ers on Wednesday, and looks to build on that win tonight against a much higher seeded team.

Baylor Baseball begins conference play this weekend at Oklahoma State, playing in Stillwater at 3:00 PM on both Friday and Saturday and at 1:00 PM on Sunday. The 10-12 Bears hope to fight back to .500 against the 18-3 Cowboys, and will most likely use RHP Dillon Newman this afternoon and RHP Max Garner tomorrow, with Sunday's starter still to be decided. ODB's Miles Kelly previews this weekend's series, and according to him, that stellar OSU record is a mirage, earned against lesser opponents.

Baylor Men's Tennis swept Louisiana-Lafayette 7-0 yesterday, snapping their three-game losing strek with the win. The Bears improved to 11-4 on the season, and were dominant in every match, with only the singles match between Diego Galeano and Damian Farinola needing a third set to determine the victor. Baylor returns to action today, hosting Wichita State at 3:00 PM.

Baylor Men's Golf sits in 8th place after the first round of play in the Desert Shootout, and Kyle Jones leads the team at 4-under-par, and is tied for fourth individually. Jones' score of 67 ties his career low score, and he looks to improve upon his standing across the final two days of the tournament.

15th ranked Baylor Softball starts their conference schedule with a home game against No. 9 Texas tomorrow at 2:00 PM at Getterman Stadium, looking to improve their record to 27-5. After a quiet first few games, the Baylor bats have come alive, as the Lady Bears have outscored their opponents 145-48.