Road to Waco: NCAA Men's Tennis Preview and Predictions
Road to Waco: Previewing the NCAA Championships - Baylor Official Athletic Site
The NCAA Tennis tournament is a 64 team single-elimination tournament much like March Madness. Between the women and men, the top 16 teams have all survived past the first round once in the tournament's 16-year history. Tennis is a sport that lends itself to a lot of upsets. Hopefully Baylor is not one of those upsets. The Bears are the No. 2 seed nationally after Oklahoma and will never have to leave Waco. It's the student body's job to make the Hurd a very friendly place. Big 12 heckling rules will be suspended, so the crowd must be quiet during the actual match, but an enthusiastic audience does wonders for these guys.
10 DAYS from now the NCAA Championships begin in Waco. RESERVE YOUR SEAT NOW: http://t.co/yKqkonX0IN— BaylorMTennis (@BaylorMTennis) May 4, 2015
FEATURE: @BaylorMTennis player Max Tchoutakian succeeds, adjusts to life in U.S. http://t.co/BJZAiHoDi7 pic.twitter.com/K4YrC64Paz— Cody Ryan (@CodySoto) May 4, 2015
Men's Golf Earns NCAA Tournament Bid
No. 22 Baylor Men's Golf will be the No. 4 seed in their region for the NCAA Men's Golf Tournament. It's Baylor's 18th straight appearance in the postseason tournament, one of the longest active streaks in the country. The seeding comes after Baylor's seventh place finish at the Big 12 tourney, revealing the competitiveness of the conference.
Baylor is No. 4 seed at Gold Mountain in Bremerton, Wash. #SicEm https://t.co/shE30Ycdew— Baylor Men's Golf (@BaylorMGolf) May 4, 2015
Baylor finishes 7th at #Big12GOLF: http://t.co/igiXLbVHHF Bears will find out NCAA Regional assignment Monday. #SicEm— Baylor Men's Golf (@BaylorMGolf) April 30, 2015
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That's all for today, folks! We'll have some softball and tennis later this week, but everyone else who is still playing is on hiatus for about a week. The Daily Bears Report is getting thin. Summer is coming.