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Betty Lou Mays Field was the site of history in the making on Saturday evening as the Baylor soccer team won its first NCAA tournament game in program history.
The Baylor soccer team will finish its regular season this weekend, hosting both Big 12 Oklahoma-based teams.
One of Baylor soccer’s unquestioned leaders has proved herself both on and off the field for her teammates.
For the first time this season, Baylor soccer will play two Big 12 games in one weekend. The Bears play Kansas (8-5) at 4 p.m. today in Lawrence, Kan., and then square off against Iowa State at 5 p.m. Sunday in Ames, Iowa. These will be the last two road games of the season for the Bears, as their final four games are at home.
The Baylor soccer team keeps their perfect 7-0-1 record at home with a 0-0 draw against Texas Tech on Friday at Betty Lou Mays Field.
As the ball went over the goalkeeper’s outstretched arms and into the back of the net, junior midfielder Larissa Campos finally had her confidence fully restored. It was a confidence she had been in search of for nearly two full years, battling a long, painful recovery from a torn ACL.
The Longhorns and the Wildcats are the matchups the Bears will be granted this weekend. Baylor soccer (7-2-1) will continue Big 12 play on the road when it faces the University of Texas Longhorns (6-2) at 7 p.m. today in Austin. Then they will travel back up I-35 to play host to the Weber State Wildcats (2-6) at 1 p.m. Sunday on Betty Lou Mays Field.
Boasting seven freshmen out of 29 players, the class of 2015 is well represented on the Baylor soccer team.
The soccer team walked away from Betty Lou May Field Friday night with a win against Cal State Northridge 1-0 at the, making Baylor two for two at home with a season record of 2-0-1.
The impressive part about Baylor soccer’s 3-0 win over Sam Houston State Friday night wasn’t the final score. It was that somehow, the Bears actually managed to dominate the game even more than the final tally.