So yeah, it's gonna be a fun week(end).
Soccer Advances in Big 12 Tournament
After a pretty meager regular season in conference play, Baylor Soccer seems ready to stick around in the postseason. Baylor knocked off No. 2 seed Oklahoma State last night in a 1-0 victory. The Bears, No. 7 in the tournament rankings, are set to play No. 6 Oklahoma after the Sooners took out No. 3 Kansas last night. The match is set for 8 p.m. on Friday.
Baylor has already beat OU (in soccer) at their place. Baylor Fùtbol is #ReadyForOU.— Der BereitFürOU Bär (@DerBaylorBaer) November 6, 2014
Volleyball Swept at Kansas
These Great Plains and Midwest schools and their volleyball, man.
Kansas (17-7, 5-5) def. Baylor (13-12, 3-7) 25-10, 25-14, 25-23. Jayhawks hit .351 in match. pic.twitter.com/dRjPXgxhpQ— Baylor Volleyball (@BaylorVBall) November 6, 2014
RECAP: Kansas hits .351 in Sweep of Baylor http://t.co/iXG8gESmPQ— Baylor Volleyball (@BaylorVBall) November 6, 2014
Kansas hit well and Baylor never had much of a shot. The Bears almost took it to four sets but were foiled after a late comeback attempt.
Lenz, Shankle at National Indoors Today
Baylor Tennis star Julian Lenz is the fourth seed at National Indoors and should make a deep run. Lenz has legitimate hopes for a national title this weekend. He opens against Vanderbilt's Gonzales Austin. Best of luck, Julian. Baylor Nation is behind you.
Women's Tennis standout Blair Shankle is also at National Indoors. Shankle has outperformed her ranking all season, upsetting a number of top 10 players. She opens against Lorraine Guillermo of Pepperdine.
The Lady Bears' exhibition match against Midwestern State ended with five players in double digits.
OurDailyPodcast: LIVE, 9:00 p.m. CST TONIGHT!
We are once again doing a LIVE podcast tonight! The gang will throw up the post between 8-8:30 or so, so that people can join in on the fun. With Prashanth a bit out of pocket due to a family event, Mr. Fankhauser will join us for this live broadcast. It's going to be fun. Mark will have Internet! We think. It's Time Warner, after all.