No. 8 Baylor women’s tennis will play for a share of another Big 12 championship this weekend as it hosts No. 72 Kansas and unranked Kansas State at the Hurd Tennis Center.
AUSTIN – The second-ranked Baylor Bears rolled over No. 10 Texas 4-1 at the Caswell Tennis Center in Austin Wednesday afternoon. With the win, the Bears have won nine straight over the Longhorns in Austin, the last loss coming on April 22, 1999.
It’s the home stretch for No. 2 Baylor men’s tennis, and the Bears hit the road for their final two regular season conference matches. Baylor is still in the running for another Big 12 championship, but they are going to need to tighten up and focus in order to come away with the final two wins.
The No. 2 Baylor men’s tennis team picked up a big 4-0 sweep over No. 25 Oklahoma State Sunday afternoon after a slow start in doubles play and a venue change due to mid-afternoon showers.
By Cody Soto Sports Writer The atmosphere was perfect at the Hurd Tennis Center Friday night for the highly anticipated
No. 7 Baylor women’s tennis snapped its two-match losing streak with a 4-0 win over No. 36 Texas Saturday afternoon at the Hurd Tennis Center. After getting off to a slow start in doubles and singles play, the Bears (20-6, 6-1 Big 12) got the clean sweep over the Longhorns.
The No. 1-ranked Lenz is the top-ranked player in NCAA men’s tennis, but with every honor comes a price.
Is the third time a charm? No. 2 Baylor men’s tennis is about to find out as it hosts top-ranked Oklahoma tonight at the Hurd Tennis Center for a high caliber Big 12 matchup.
No. 2 Baylor men’s tennis may not re enter conference play until later this week, but it didn’t stop the team from decimating Seminole State College. The Bears defeated the Trojans 7-0 on Tuesday evening at the Hurd Tennis Center for their 10th straight win at home.
No. 7 Baylor women’s tennis snapped a 20-match conference winning streak dating back to March 27, 2013 as the Bears dropped a 4-2 decision to then-No. 18 Texas Tech on Saturday afternoon in Lubbock.