Volleyball Statistically Dominating Conference; Around Baylor
If Baylor has a "Most Improved" award within the athletic department, Jim Barnes and the volleyball team deserve it.
BU Volleyball is #1 in Kills, Assist and Digs in the Big 12. Malloy is #2 in Kills and tournament MVP Staiger is #8 in kills in the Big 12— Baylor Volleyball (@BaylorVBall) September 14, 2014
Men's' Golf is making a push for that title as well.
Baylor takes 3rd at Illini Invite, ahead of top 3 teams in last year's final nat'l rankings: http://t.co/j3GiWYewyL #SicEm— Baylor Men's Golf (@BaylorMGolf) September 15, 2014
Women's Golf didn't perform as well, but the writeup makes no mention of Hayley Davis, who carried the team for most of last year. If she was not competing, the team was bound to take a hit.
On the final day of the Under Armour Kick-Off, Rachael James-Baker had a big singles win. RECAP: http://t.co/yZwnYr8n2p— BaylorWTennis (@BaylorWTennis) September 14, 2014
Baylor Women's Tennis won their opening tournament at the Hurd Tennis Center, carried by Rachael James-Baker's win over the no. 15 collegiate player in the nation.
Illinois State wins in OT on header off corner kick. York had BU's lone goal in 14th min. Bears now 5-3-0. pic.twitter.com/jcclzRqgs2— Baylor Soccer (@BaylorFutbol) September 14, 2014
Soccer has had their streak curbed recently by Notre Dame and Illinois State, but should continue to be a force in the conference.