At the halfway mark through Baylor football’s 2014 season, questions still linger on how good the Bears can be. In the past three weeks, the perception of the Bears’ standing in the conference and the country has changed substantially, rising and falling.
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Baylor men’s basketball returns to the Ferrell Center on Nov. 14 in its first game for the 2014-2015 season. The Bears bring with them a new team and new attitude, but one thing is constant: they want to make the NCAA tournament.
Moving past the Brittney Griner era was part of the Baylor women’s basketball’s maturation process last season. With the loss of Griner, much of the responsibility, defensively and offensively, was put on Odyssey Sims’ shoulders. Growing out of that dependency on Sims will be inevitable for the Lady Bears in the 2014-15 season.
By Cody Soto Sports Writer Sophomore middle hitter Tola Itiola had never played a sport before the eighth grade, let alone volleyball. Born in Lagos, Nigeria, Itiola came to the United States in 2008 with no prior knowledge of how to play volleyball. When she enrolled at Carrollton Christian Academy,
The Baylor volleyball season is like a roller coaster.
It’s been a season of ups and downs for Baylor soccer. The Bears were tested by strong opponents and produced some impressive victories, but struggled with being consistent in Big 12 play. The Bears’ regular season of mixed results ends at 7 p.m. tonight in Morgantown, W.Va. against the conference-leading West Virginia.
Baylor cross country travels to Lawrence, Kan. to compete in the 2014 Big 12 Cross Country Championship on Saturday. While Baylor freshman are running the line for a few yards, the Bears’ cross country team will be running much longer distance with two Big 12 (men’s and women’s) title on the line.
Baylor volleyball took a hard earned win over Texas Tech Wednesday night by taking down the Red Raiders 3-1 in Lubbock.
Big 12 soccer: Teams jockeying for tourney positioning