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Monday Daily Bears Report

The Lady Bears have gone to seven straight Sweet Sixteens. That's just not fair.

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Women's Tennis Defeats No. 21 TCU

Baylor dropped the doubles point to the Frogs but rolled in singles, taking home a 4-1 victory when all was said and done. Baylor is now 3-0 in conference play and 15-4 overall. TCU is 3-1 in conference play.

Men's Tennis Falls to OU, beats USC and BYU

There's no shame in losing to Oklahoma this season, and the Bears already did at ITA Indoors last month. Baylor lost 4-1 to the Sooners, but Julian Lenz picked up a top 20 victory over No. 19 Andrew Harris. The loss capped off a strong weekend for Baylor after a shutout of BYU and a narrow win over No. 4 Southern California.

Track and Field Collects Honors at TCU Invitational

Baylor won six events at the TCU invitational over the weekend. Senior George Caddick won the 400m and posted the NCAA's top time in 2015, beating his own personal record by more than a second. Senior Tiffani McReynolds won the 100m hurdles with a 13.12, also the top national time so far this outdoor season. Bryce Grace won the 110m hurdles with a time of 14.05. Kevin Harris and Kiana Hawn won the men's 200m and the women's 400m respectively. Derwin Graham won the 1500m. Baylor also recorded 9 runner-ups and 13 personal records.

Lady Bears to Sweet 16

The Lady Bears are rolling through the postseason. Arkansas showed some fight early, but it wasn't long before Nina Davis and her band of marauders were scoring at will on the Razorbacks. Kim Mulkey let off the gas in the final few minutes, so the midweek break before the next round's game against Iowa should let Baylor rest their legs. The Lady Hawkeyes have won their first two tournament games against American and Miami without sweating too hard, but their margins of victory were much closer than either of Baylor's games. It should be a good one on Friday. It's Baylor's seventh straight Sweet 16.

Baseball Wins Series vs. West Virginia

Just when you think they're dead they come out of nowhere and beat someone. My ability to analyze baseball is limited at best and nonexistent at worst, so you'll hear no more from me about this. Baseball plays UT Arlington tomorrow in Arlington.

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