Baylor baseball found its second win in a row on Wednesday after handling the UT-Arlington Mavericks 6-2 at Clay Gould Ballpark in Arlington. The Bears used a powerful start from the offense and stout pitching throughout the game.
Baylor will honor former softball standout pitcher Whitney Canion by retiring her jersey (No. 11) – a first in program history – this weekend. Canion’s number will be retired prior to Baylor’s game against Oklahoma State at 2 p.m. on Saturday at Getterman Stadium.
Baylor baseball has been on a bit of a rough stretch over the last few weeks. The Bears picked up just one win in the 12 games leading up to their Big 12 home opener against West Virginia this weekend at Baylor Ballpark.
By Jeffrey Swindoll Sports Writer The Bears dropped its opening series in conference play to the No. 4 TCU Horned Frogs last weekend in Fort Worth with a 3-1 loss
Following a weekend of three straight losses to Cal-State Fullerton, Baylor baseball hopes to bounce back over spring break. Baylor, Texas A&M, Louisiana State University, Hawaii, Nebraska and the University of Houston will participate in the annual Houston Baseball Classic at Minute Maid Park in downtown Houston.
By Jeffrey Swindoll Sports Writer Track & Field Baylor track & field ended the 2015 Big 12 Indoor Championships with
No. 25 Baylor baseball extended its winning streak to three games after an 8-4 win at Baylor Ballpark Wednesday night against Northwestern State. Freshman pitcher Theron Kay started for the Bears, pitched five innings and allowed zero runs.
No. 9 Baylor softball finished 3-2 at the Baylor Invitational last weekend at Getterman Stadium, where it took a 2-1 win over No. 2 Oregon in the final day of competition.
No. 7 Baylor softball held its own for six innings against No. 2 Oregon on Thursday night. However, the Ducks pulled together a three-run seventh inning to put the game out of reach as the Bears dropped the 4-1 loss at Getterman Stadium.
No. 7 Baylor softball has jumped out to a 9-0 start – the best record since the 14-0 season start in 2011. However, that spotless record will be put to the test as Baylor hosts No. 2 Oregon tonight at Getterman Stadium to kick off the 2015 Baylor Invitational. This is the first ranked opponent the Bears will face this season, putting a lot of importance on the nationally televised matchup.