The No. 5 Baylor Bears faced No. 11 Virginia for the second time this season on Sunday afternoon, but the result ended the same way. The Bears took down the Cavaliers 5-2 at the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center to improve to 9-2 on the season.
The faces change, but the headlines stay the same. The No. 5-ranked Baylor men’s tennis team has a lot of hardware in the trophy case entering this season with 20 Big 12 titles in the last 18 years, including 17-straight NCAA tournament appearances.
No. 6 Baylor women’s tennis has not seen a lot of close matches recently, but the Lady Bears had to dig deep as they hosted No. 14 Clemson on Sunday afternoon.
No. 10 Baylor men’s tennis made a remarkable run in the ITA National Indoor Championships last weekend, knocking off two ranked opponents and advancing to the National Semifinals.
When head coach Joey Scrivano walks to his office in the morning, he passes a reminder of the success he and his women’s tennis teams have accomplished since he was hired as Baylor’s head coach in 2003. It’s not all about the hardware for Scrivano, though. It’s the process and culture that make the difference for the program.
By Cody Soto Sports Writer No. 6 Baylor women’s tennis finished off its weekend with another doubleheader, this time taking down No. 25 Tulsa 4-0 and in-state team Incarnate Word 7-0 at the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center on Sunday. “It was a great opportunity to play a lot of tennis,”
If No. 6 Baylor women’s tennis had any worry about competing in two matches within hours of each other, the team could just look up at the scoreboard and take that worry away.
When the No. 10 Baylor men’s tennis team wants to defend their home courts, they mean it. The Bears obliterated Louisiana-Lafayette 7-0 on Thursday afternoon at the Hurd Tennis Center for their third straight sweep this season.
By Cody Soto Sports Writer Men’s No. 6 Baylor men’s tennis qualified for the National Indoor Championships with two dominating 4-0 wins over No. 61 Tulane and No. 40 Drake at the Hurd Tennis Center on Saturday and Sunday. The Bears (2-1) bounced back after a tough 4-3 loss to
By Cody Soto Sports Writer No. 6 Baylor men’s tennis fought off gusty wind conditions and tough singles matchups to defeat No. 40 Drake 4-0 on Sunday afternoon. “I am happy that we were able to come through with it and get on out the door,” head coach Matt Knoll