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Daily Bears Report 03.29.2013


Baylor Baseball lost to Kansas State last night, dropping their Big 12 home opener 3-2. Baylor continues to suffer from a lack of situational hitting, as a chance to break a 2-2 tie in the sixth went unanswered. Dillon Newman took an undeserved loss from this game, after pitching around a 2-run inning to only allow one more in the 7th inning. Crayton Bare pitched three innings in relief, though the Bears couldn't capitalize on their chances to earn him or Newman the win. Baylor plays the second game of the series this evening at 6:35 PM, with the Bears looking to pull back a chance to win the series.

First ranked and seeded Baylor Women's Basketball takes on Louisville in the Sweet Sixteen this Sunday in Oklahoma City, looking to advance to the Elite Eight for the 5th time in program history. Baylor's dominance in the sport can only advance it, says the Dallas Morning News' Kevin Sherrington, pointing to other greats such as Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan. The Lariat's Krista Pirtle reflects on Brittney Griner's legacy from a senior's perspective.

Baylor Softball hosts Iowa State in the continuation of Big 12 play this weekend, with a doubleheader today at 2:00 PM, hoping to move to 27-7, and 1-2 in conference on the season. The Lady Bears are ranked 20th/16th by various polling services, and Whitney Canion is looking for her record tying 82 career win this weekend, to match Lisa Ferguson's program mark.

Baylor Men's Tennis defeated Memphis 5-0 yesterday, improving to 14-4 on the season before the Easter Break. The Bears brought their best game to match Memphis' physical style of play, and the shutout win was hard fought.

Baylor Track and Field started the Texas Relays in Austin well, with junior Erin Atkinson setting a new school record in the hammer throw. Her performance only garnered third in the competition yesterday, but was good for fourth in the country. Sophomore Rachel Johnson took second in the 3,000 meter steeplechase, and set a new personal best and is currently 3rd in NCAA.

Baylor Football had their third spring scrimmage yesterday, and neither side left completely happy, which made Art Briles happy. Bryce Petty was 18-25 for 251 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions, while the defense had 6 sacks and Jamal Palmer had a fumble recovery.