The U.S Basketball Writers Association named sophomore forward Nina Davis an All-American on Tuesday.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Sophomore forward Nina Davis scored 26 points, but it was not enough to trump the Lady Bears’ few, yet crucial mistakes in Baylor’s season-ending 77-68 loss on Sunday to one-seed Notre Dame in the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament.
Sophomore forward Nina Davis scored 26 points, but it was not enough to trump the Lady Bears’ few, yet crucial mistakes in Baylor’s season-ending 68-77 loss to Notre Dame in the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament.
Baylor women’s basketball fell for the second straight year to Notre Dame 77-68 in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City on Sunday.
By Joe Buettner Special Contributor For a minute, the Iowa Hawkeyes looked like they were in Oklahoma City to give
The two-seed Baylor Lady Bears are just two games away from the Final Four of the NCAA tournament in Tampa Bay, Fla. in two weeks. What stands in their way is the daunting regional tournament at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla.
After breezing past the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament, Baylor women’s basketball heads to Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla. The last time Baylor played on this stage at this venue, disaster struck. This regional tournament is a shot at redemption.
Perhaps the most successful coach in Baylor history, regardless of sport, Mulkey was set to lead a young Lady Bears squad to their seventh Sweet 16 in as many years.
The No. 5 Lady Bears (two-seed) clinched Baylor’s seventh-straight Sweet 16 berth after a 73-44 rout over 10-seed Arkansas at the Ferrell Center on Sunday.
The No. 5 Lady Bears easily handled 15-seed Northwestern State Friday afternoon at the Ferrell Center by a score of 77-36. Baylor switched on the cruise control after jumping out to an early double-digit lead over the Lady Demons.