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Marching On

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Success breeds high expectations. Rise up with our student athletes in their pursuit of excellence!

There's something about March. This time of year means many things to many people. But let's be honest, for the masses, it's all about the madness. And for Baylor Bears, there's never been a better time to get lost in all the excitement.

Baylor has enjoyed a truly unprecedented season of success across our athletic programs. Starting the school year off with a football season for the record books, (which has resulted in the largest capital gift in the history of the University) then moving on to have multiple teams nationally ranked throughout the year, from golf and tennis to equestrian and track and field.

Both Baylor Basketball teams have made their presence known in the NCAA tournament, with the Bears securing their fifth-ever Elite Eight appearance and closing out the season with a record 30 wins, and the Lady Bears powering through their undefeated season to finish it off in the Final Four.

Now, we are stepping it up a notch, too. In preparation for one pivotal win that would lead the women to a National Championship and a perfect 40-0 season, Baylor Nation is invited to join us in supporting student-athlete scholarships in honor of our Lady Bears.

From $40 for 40 wins or even $400 for a possible 40-0 record, your gift to endowed scholarships is a creative way to show your support for Baylor student-athletes on the court, on the field and in the classroom, and it furthers The President's Scholarship Initiative.

Maybe it's a lot to ask from a Baylor Nation that has responded so readily at every turn. Maybe it's a bit bold to suggest that alumni, fans and friends show their pride with a contribution. Maybe it's madness. Or maybe it's just the ticket to ensuring sustained seasons of success for Baylor and for our deserving Bears and Lady Bears.

In March and beyond, we're marching on. Join us.

Show your pride for Celebrating Seasons of Excellence.

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