The Bears were all smiles after capturing the team’s eighth Big 12 tournament title Sunday afternoon. Baylor blanked No. 16 Texas Tech 4-0 at the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center to cap off a successful run in the conference championships.
With the win on court six, No. 1 Oklahoma edged No. 2 Baylor men’s tennis 4-3 at the Hurd Tennis Center to take the tournament title.
By Cody Soto Sports Writer Women’s tennis over TCU 4-0 Another day, another trophy. No. 8 Baylor women’s tennis blanked Texas Tech 4-0 Sunday afternoon at the Hawkins Indoor Tennis
Both Baylor men’s and women’s tennis faced conference rival TCU in the Big 12 Tennis Championships semifinal round, but the Bears pulled away with two victories to advance to the final day of the tournament tomorrow.
Top-seeded Baylor women’s tennis was ready. The team didn’t need any help from doubles action, and while the threat of rain forced singles matches to be played first, the Bears did not miss a beat.
The Baylor tennis program is the host for this year’s Big 12 Championships, and both tennis teams are on a mission to win their second consecutive tournament titles this weekend in Waco.
The faces change, but the headlines stay the same for Baylor tennis. The men and women hoisted two Big 12 championship trophies last weekend as both teams ended the regular season as conference champions for the third consecutive year.
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.