MBB Hosts Texas Tech Tonight
It's senior night in the Ferrell Center, and Baylor will be honoring Kenny Chery and Royce O'Neale, two seniors who joined the program last year and immediately made their presence felt. Chery continued the tradition of diminutive Baylor point guards, and O'Neale brought pretty much everything that doesn't show up on the box score, plus a slew of assists and three-point shots. They'll be missed, but hopefully we'll get our fill during the postseason.
The Ferrell Center better be packed tomorrow for @KChery1 and @BucketsONeale00 Senior Night.. #FillTheFerrell— Cory Jefferson (@CoryJay34) March 6, 2015
Tipoff is at 8 p.m. CST on ESPN2.
Football Completes First Spring Scrimmage
Baylor live-tweeted the first spring scrimmage of the offseason. Scrimmages don't give us a true idea of what the team looks like, but we can at least start to form opinions. Seth Russell and Jarrett Stidham both showed off their wheels and Russell hit Jay Lee on a slant route for a 15-yard touchdown. Terence Williams also broke off a 60-yard run. For the full compilation, see the attached tweet.
Baylor Spring 2015: Scrimmage #1 Recap, Tweets, Stats http://t.co/a3a3pQINfu pic.twitter.com/7j7WUbEtCl— OurDailyBears (@OurDailyBears) March 6, 2015
Softball in Fullerton
The Judi Garman classic is this weekend and Baylor is preparing for still competition. The weekend features marquee matchups like Baylor vs. No. 2 Michigan, No. 13 Arizona, and No. 16 Arizona State among others.
PREVIEW: No. 9 Baylor heads to west coast for 11 games in nine days #SicEm http://t.co/voXWcRGg6q pic.twitter.com/uYUF7TvEs8— Baylor Softball (@BaylorSoftball) March 5, 2015
Equestrian Looks For Rebound Win
Equestrian is no longer No. 1 after back to back losses on the road last weekend to Oklahoma State and Kansas States. Baylor has a chance to right itself this week with a trip to No. 7 Auburn and No. 1 South Carolina. It's the last regular season trip for Baylor, who remains a serious national title contender.
No. 3 Bears head to SEC country for final two regular season meets #SicEm http://t.co/oKQFOikiUM pic.twitter.com/8R3ksOc6hW— Baylor Equestrian (@BaylorEQ) March 6, 2015
Baseball Faces Brutal Neutral Site Series
Preview for weekend Houston College Classic @ Minute Maid Park as Baylor faces Hawaii, #2 LSU & #22 Texas A&M: http://t.co/eQXvVSo4Xb #SicEm— Baylor Baseball (@BaylorBaseball) March 5, 2015
Hawaii is a bit of a wild card, but facing LSU and A&M in the same weekend is a daunting prospect for any team in history the way the Tigers and Ags are looking right now. Taking away a win against either would be huge.
Women's Tennis Hosts UCLA
Baylor hosts defending NCAA champs UCLA tomorrow. The men also play at Memphis on Sunday.
Free Cub Tennis this Sat at Hawkins Indoor Ctr. The fun begins at 10 am. @BaylorWTennis plays defending NCAA Champs UCLA at 11 am. #SicEm— Joey Scrivano (@BUScrivano) March 5, 2015
Baylor up to No. 4 in latest @ITATennis rankings, its highest ranking since being No. 3 to start 2011 season. #SicEm— BaylorWTennis (@BaylorWTennis) March 3, 2015
Big 12 Women's Basketball Tournament Begins Today
Baylor has been gifted a first round bye and will play the winner of Kansas-Kansas State tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. CST. Assuming a win, they'll take on the winner of Iowa State-Oklahoma State for a trip to the championship game. Good luck, Ladies!
A tournament win will pretty much secure a No. 2 seed for the Ladies and catapult them into the tournament with significant momentum.