Faculty & Staff News: Athletics
Hoping to come out of the day healthy, Baylor had an abbreviated 45-minute, 53-play scrimmage Thursday night at McLane Stadium to close out fall camp.
Baylor soccer makes its first road trip of the season by competing in the 2015 Boilermaker Challenge Cup, hosted by Purdue in West Lafayette, Ind., at Boilermaker Soccer Complex.
Baylor volleyball begins its first season under new head coach Ryan McGuyre by traveling to Fort Collins, Colo., for the Rams Volleyball Classic.
In its second season at McLane Stadium, Baylor football radio broadcasts will again be available to fans across the Lone Star state on the Baylor IMG Sports Network and nationally on Sirius Satellite Radio, school officials announced Wednesday.
Baylor women's tennis player Kiah Generette will be in the singles draw for next month's 2015 Oracle/ITA Masters tournament, which was announced by Oracle and the Intercollegiate Tennis Association recently.
Baylor men’s tennis players Julian Lenz and Max Tchoutakian will be in the field for next month's 2015 Oracle/ITA Masters tournament, which was finalized by Oracle and the Intercollegiate Tennis Association recently.
Baylor soccer dropped a 2-1 decision to Michigan State Monday night at Betty Lou Mays Field.
Coinciding with the first day of classes for the fall semester, the new Beauchamp Athletic Nutrition Center opened its doors Monday and served meals to an appreciative group of Baylor student-athletes.
Baylor track and field sprinter Trayvon Bromell claimed the 100-meter bronze medal at the IAAF World Championships with a time of 9.92 (-0.5m/s) Sunday at the Beijing National Stadium.
Aug. 23, 2015
Transcript of an interview conducted by 1660 ESPN Radio host David Smoak with Pearland High School head football coach Tony Heath. Heath spoke to 1660 about his former player Sam Ukwuachu and Heath's conversation with Boise State and Baylor coaches prior to Ukwuachu's transfer.
Baylor was tabbed at No. 4 in the preseason AP Top 25 with 1,256 points in the poll that was released Sunday. It is BU’s highest preseason ranking ever, after previously having been ranked as high as seventh before the start of the 1957 season.
Baylor track and field sprinter Trayvon Bromell opened the IAAF World Championships by running a 9.91 (0.5m/s) to win his heat of the 100-meter dash Saturday at the Bird’s Nest in Beijing, China.
Baylor volleyball played its annual Green & Gold Scrimmage on Saturday morning at the Ferrell Center, giving fans their first look at this year's team that officially begins the 2015 season on Friday under new head coach Ryan McGuyre.
Behind an offensive line that returns all five starters, Baylor focused on developing the running game in Saturday's one-hour, 78-play scrimmage at McLane Stadium.
Baylor soccer lost 2-1 in double overtime to South Florida in its season opener Friday evening at Betty Lou Mays Soccer Field.
Over the summer, several returning Baylor baseball players have been playing in various summer collegiate leagues across the country.
The Baylor Lady Bear basketball team, which has posted an 85-6 regular season Big 12 record en route to five straight league crowns, will open conference play at Oklahoma State on Dec. 30, 2015, the Big 12 Conference announced today when it released the 2015-16 league schedule.
A statement from Baylor Head Football Coach Art Briles and a form signed by Boise State's compliance office relative to the transfer of a former student-athlete.
By God’s grace, we are living in a golden era at Baylor University. However, today we are filled with profound sadness. Yesterday, a former student-athlete was convicted for the sexual assault of another former student-athlete. Our hearts are broken for the victim who has been terribly harmed by this unspeakable tragedy. We also grieve for all those who have been touched by this human calamity, and for our beloved University, whose essential purpose and distinctive mission are to be guarded as the treasured legacy of our founders.
Statement from Baylor University concerning the conviction of former student-athlete Sam Ukwuachu:
Acts of sexual violence contradict every value Baylor University upholds as a caring Christian community.