If you really want to know about last night's Baylor Baseball game, by all means, go ahead. I'll just say it was bad, and that the Bears broke a 3-game winning streak against Tech. Tech's win last night means that Texas will not be in the Big 12 Tournament, and will finish last in the conference. If you want something good from baseball, I highly recommend Ian Kinsler's slide into third in last night's Texas Rangers/Detroit Tigers game. No, seriously. It's gifs, and hilarity. Baylor Baseball did place 11 student-athletes on the Academic All-Big 12 team, however, including four-time first team member Kolt Browder. Browder, along with Doug Ashby, also represented the team with 4.0 GPAs.
Baylor Men's Tennis was eliminated from the NCAA tournament by fourth-ranked USC, losing 4-1 to the four-dime defending champion. The Bears finish the season with a 22-6 record, and won the conference regular season title. Baylor did claim the doubles point, with the pairs of Galeano/Zsiga and Lenz/Lupieri taking their matches. In singles play, Lupieri had a 11-match winning streak snapped, as the Bears lost 4 and didn't finish 2.
Baylor Softball starts up their post-season play with the NCAA Regionals in College Station this weekend, and will rely on veteran ace Whitney Canion to deliver, though they have a deep staff, with Heather Stearns, Courtney Repka, and Liz Paul. Canion was on the team that went to the Women's College World Series Semifinals in 2011, and has NCAA experience beyond that. The Lady Bears will take on Arizona this afternoon at 4:30 PM.
Baylor Men's Golf is currently tied for 12th at the Pullman Regional after one round of play, at 1 over par. Filippo Zucchetti leads the team at two under, and he is tied for 30th individually. The second round of play starts today at 10:00 AM.
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