By Marquis Cooley | Sports Editor
Multiple Baylor teams were in action over the weekend, here’s what you may have missed.
Junior quarterback Gerry Bohanon threw for 269 yards and two touchdowns, including a 69-yard pass to senior wide receiver R.J. Sneed. Bohanon also rushed for 33 yards and a score, to help push the Bears to a 45-7 road win over the University of Kansas Saturday afternoon. Baylor remains undefeated as they head into their next game against Iowa State University this Saturday at McLane Stadium.
No. 10 Baylor volleyball won three straight sets against McNeese State University to extend their winning streak to four matches. The Bears also increased their streak of sets in which they hold their opponent under 20 points to nine-straight sets. Baylor will look to continue their run Saturday as they head to Manhattan, Kan. to play two matches against Kansas State University.
Baylor cross country traveled to Abilene on Saturday to compete in the Abilene Christian University Invitational. The women’s team finished second overall as every scoring runner placed in the top 15, while the men’s team finished third behind a fourth-place finish from freshman Drew Snyder. Next up, on Saturday, the Bears will travel to College Station to compete in the Texas A&M Invitational.
Baylor soccer tied the University of San Francisco with a score of 1-1 Sunday at Betty Lou Mays Soccer Field, after the game was stopped in the 71st minute due to heat. Sophomore forward Mackenzie Anthony scored the tying goal in the 48th minute off a pass from senior forward Taylor Moon. The Bears will face off against Oklahoma State University at 7 p.m. Thursday in Stillwater, Okla.
Baylor men’s golf placed 12th against a competitive field that featured 10 teams ranked in the preseason top 25 in the three-day Fighting Illini Invitational. Over the weekend juniors Johnny Keefer and Luke Dossey led the Bears in scoring. Head coach Mike McGraw called the tournament a learning experience as the team prepares for the Colonial Collegiate Invitational on Monday, Oct. 4 in Fort Worth.