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Friday DBR: Lady Madness Continues

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Sure, the Lady Bears play tonight, but the highlight of the weekend is the beginning of the Equestrian postseason.

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Equestrian Big 12 Championships

Baylor hasn't won a conference championship in Equestrian since 2010, but it's not a result of having a bad program; there are just other teams in the conference that are really, really good. Baylor has a good chance to take the conference this year in Fort Worth, where they have already knocked off TCU on the road this season. Baylor struggled late and dropped a few key road meets, but they're still a very good group.

Lady Bears in Sweet 16

The Lady Bears will look to continue their postseason win streak tonight against No. 3 seed Iowa. The Lady Hawkeyes haven't made as much of a show out of their previous wins to get to this point in the dance, but they're a very good team to be here in the first place. The game tips off at 6:30 p.m. Central on ESPN2.

Also worth noting is that Nina Davis was named one of twelve finalists for the Wade Trophy, and is one of only two sophomores to make the list.

Baseball Hosts Oklahoma in Weekend Series

Can Baylor Baseball salvage its season? This weekend will tell us a lot. OU is a better-than-average team. The first pitch comes at 6:30 tonight at Baylor Ballpark, with followup games tomorrow and Sunday. Sunday's game has been changed to 1 p.m. and bumped from television.

Baylor Softball at Home vs. OSU

It seems like softball is starting conference play later than most sports. While the men take on Oklahoma, softball gets the other half of Bedlam in 16-16 Oklahoma State. Whitney Canion's number will be retired in the pregame ceremony, so bring a handkerchief.

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