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    No. 1 Julian Lenz brings gritty talent to tennis program

No. 1 Julian Lenz brings gritty talent to tennis program

The No. 1-ranked Lenz is the top-ranked player in NCAA men’s tennis, but with every honor comes a price.

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    Lady Bears poised to build on tourney run

Lady Bears poised to build on tourney run

The Lady Bears crashed out of the NCAA tournament for the second-straight year in the Elite Eight, just one game short of the Final Four. Head coach Kim Mulkey did not think for a second to call the season a complete disappointment in the aftermath of her team’s loss in Oklahoma City. Quite the opposite, actually.

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    Lady Bears end NCAA title run with loss in Elite Eight matchup

Lady Bears end NCAA title run with loss in Elite Eight matchup

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.

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    Baylor WBB set to face Iowa in Sweet 16

Baylor WBB set to face Iowa in Sweet 16

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.

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    Baylor ready to move past OKC

Baylor ready to move past OKC

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.

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    Mulkey’s coaching style brings intensity, success to Baylor women’s basketball

Mulkey’s coaching style brings intensity, success to Baylor women’s basketball

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.

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    Men’s tennis drops against No. 11 Illini

Men’s tennis drops against No. 11 Illini

No. 6 Baylor men’s tennis started out the 2015 spring season with a disappointing 4-3 loss to No. 11 Illinois at the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center on Wednesday afternoon. The Bears dropped their final three singles matches after posting a 3-1 lead early in the meet.

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    Nina Davis’ versatility sets the tone for Lady Bears

Nina Davis’ versatility sets the tone for Lady Bears

Griner was long and strong. Sims was quick and vicious. But what about Davis? She can’t dunk like Griner and she certainly can’t shoot like Sims.

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    Power Five conferences vote  to raise athletic scholarships

Power Five conferences vote to raise athletic scholarships

On the banner and the screens were the logos of the five wealthiest and most powerful conferences in college athletics: the Atlantic Coast Conference, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and Southeastern Conference.

The future of the NCAA, big-time college sports and the definition of the term student-athlete is now in their hands.

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    Soccer ready to improve in 2014

Soccer ready to improve in 2014

Last season came down to one game, possibly even one goal, senior goalkeeper Michelle Kloss said. It felt that close, which made being left out of the NCAA tournament a big disappointment for the team as a whole.

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