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The women led the day for Baylor track and field, bringing home eight of the 10 wins for the Bears at the Michael Johnson Dr Pepper Classic on Saturday in Waco.
For many people, simply having the opportunity to meet professional athletes is a dream come true.
During their second meet of the outdoor season, the Bears made a huge impression on a pretty big stage.
The Baylor basketball team isn’t the only Baylor team competing in a championship game this week.
Baylor didn’t bring home the Big 12 Team Indoor Championship title last weekend — the women finished fourth, and the men fifth — but was supported by great individual performances.
In times of joy, people are often described as “glowing.” A better word could not be used to describe the Baylor track and field team on Wednesday for the media.
Head coach Todd Harbour said he gave his athletes an A- for their performances over the weekend.
The rainy conditions the No. 16 Lady Bears and No. 28 Bears’ track team endured during practice on Wednesday are a far cry from the conditions they will be competing in this weekend.
Last weekend, Baylor track headed to College Station in hopes of continuing Baylor’s athletic success.
At 5 feet, 91 pounds, freshman hurdler and sprinter Tiffani McReynolds and her tiny frame reel in curious glances at every track meet. But the back of her extra-small jersey burns in the minds of her opponents as she shoots out of the block past the rest of the pack.