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WBB Win Streak Continues

The Lady Bears played Wednesday night and ended up with a comfortable win over Idaho after a somewhat lackluster start. Kristy Wallace sunk six threes and ended with 24 total points to lead the team, but Nina Davis and Niya Johnson weren't slouches, posting 21 and 15 points respectively. It was the sixth straight win for Kim Mulkey's team. Baylor is maintaining an average margin of victory of 38 points, the highest in the NCAA.

The Lady Bears' next game is against Stephen F. Austin at 2 p.m. on Sunday in the Ferrell Center.

MBB's next fixture is at home against New Mexico State this coming Wednesday at 7 p.m.

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The Acrobatics and Tumbling season kicks off against Quinnipiac and Concordia University Wisconsin in Waco.

Toss work from last night! #sicem #gobears #tosses #acro #tumbling #herewecome

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I'm still not sure exactly how this sport works, and I won't have an opportunity to attend a meet this year. It looks a bit like competitive cheerleading, sans the cheering. Baylor poached Oregon's national championship-winning coach in the offseason, and I've heard rumblings that the team is much improved already.