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Monday DBR: A&T Completes Undefeated Season

Acrobatics and Tumbling finished an undefeated regular season, tennis gave OSU more than they bargained for, and women's tennis rolls.

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A&T Defeats No. 2 Oregon, Completes Undefeated Season

Baylor beat Oregon convincingly to complete an undefeated season in front of a large Ferrell Center crowd. Having defeated all of the other national title contenders in the sport over the course of the season, Baylor is now poised for the postseason, which begins on April 23 in Fairmont, West Virginia at the NCATA Individual Championships, followed by the Team Championships over the following two days. More details will be released as the event nears.

Men's Tennis Crushes OSU

After a narrow 3-4 loss to No. 1 Oklahoma on Friday, No. 2 Baylor got revenge on the state to the north with a 4-0 shutout of visiting Oklahoma State. Baylor now has to finish the regular season at Texas on Wednesday and at Texas Tech on Saturday. Two wins should put Baylor tied for first in the conference with the Sooners, who were beaten by Texas Tech yesterday.

Women's Tennis Blanks Texas

A few weeks ago, an analysis of the NCAA tennis landscape concluded that Texas was a legitimate threat to Baylor's Big 12 title run in women's tennis. No. 7 Baylor faltered on the road at Texas Tech, but came back with a vengeance to destroy the Longhorns. Only unranked Kansas and Kansas State stand between Baylor and a regular season Big 12 title now.

Softball Falls to Louisiana-Lafayette, 12-2

It wasn't Baylor Softball's finest hour. After losing 3-1 in the first game, they held off the Ragin' Cajuns (a team nickname that remains one of my favorite in the sports world) and held a 2-0 lead after three innings in game 2, but ULaLa exploded for 12 on eight hits in the bottom of the fourth. The game was done after that as neither team scored. Shelby Friudenberg was a bright spot as usual, chalking up yet another home run. She's a freshman.

Baseball Swept by No. 23 Texas Tech

And now we're going to take you back to the studio where Paul and Fank can try to explain baseball.

The Daily Bear