Scott Garner, this year's winner of the Baylor Bear Foundation's Moon Mullins Award, served in the U.S. Air Force as a healthcare administrator for 30 years before the retired Colonel returned to Baylor in 2001 to help establish the Healthcare Administration Specialization with the MBA program.
Created as a memorial to the late Moon Mullins, former executive director of the Bear Foundation, the Moon Mullins Award is presented annually to a current or retired faculty/staff member or dedicated member of the Baylor family who unselfishly gives of his or her time, talent and financial support to the Baylor Athletics program.
The much-anticipated contest between Baylor men's basketball and Kansas on Feb. 18 is already a sell-out and expected to draw a record crowd. Baylor Faculty and Staff are encouraged to arrive early, as complimentary tickets will be limited.
Saturday, Feb. 18, will be an exciting and busy day on Baylor's campus, as men's basketball, women's basketball, baseball and softball will be competing at home. Large crowds expected throughout the day will present some parking and traffic challenges for fans and guests, specifically those attempting to park at Ferrell Center parking lots.
WACO, Texas - Baylor football season ticket online renewals will start Wednesday with fans securing their seats at McLane Stadium to watch the first season of the Matt Rhule era. For a second-straight year ticket prices will remain unchanged.
People ask me what I am doing these days and I tell them I am putting together what I believe will be a unique book, a book that will be unlike any sports book you have ever seen before. It will include the 100 or 120 best football games I have ever covered, including bowl games and national championship games, also the best columns I have written in my 65 years in the business...
Helpful reminders for Baylor Football home opener vs. Northwestern State, Sept. 2 at 6:30 p.m.
Parking lots at McLane Stadium have been renamed & renumbered!
Lots A, B, C & D are now lots 1, 2, 3 & 4 respectively.
The Baylor Bear Foundation continues its 12 consecutive years of growth after a successful 2015-16 membership year. As the primary fundraising organization for Baylor Athletics, the Bear Foundation was once again bolstered by loyal support from Baylor alumni and friends committed to assisting with the cost of scholarships for student-athletes across Baylor's 19 intercollegiate sports.
Bear Foundation annual giving for the 2015-16 year was $15.3 million. The Bear Foundation's year-end totals include annual giving, endowment interest and suite purchase revenue. They do not reflect any capital gifts received during the year.
WACO, Texas - A limited number of single-game tickets for the 2016 Baylor football home slate at McLane Stadium will go on sale the week of July 11, school officials announced Wednesday.
The single-game tickets will go on sale Monday, July 11, to Bear Foundation donors/football season ticket holders and then open to select recent alumni online only on July 13. Any remaining tickets will be available to the general public starting July 15.
Friday, April 1 is an important deadline for 2016 Baylor football season tickets. Review the information under the appropriate category to ensure you have taken all the necessary steps to renew your season tickets or to gain an opportunity to select new or additional season tickets.
By Jerry Hill
Calling it the "most competitive spring we've had in a long time," Baylor football coach Art Briles opened spring workouts Thursday with both of his returning quarterbacks on the field and lots of holes to fill.
Season ticket prices will not be increasing for the 2016 season, however, fans sitting in McLane Stadium’s general seating (non-premium) areas may incur a $25 per seat option. Read the full story for more details.
By Jerry Hill
When Glenn Moore and the Baylor softball team made the 6,000-mile trek to Obuasi, Ghana in Western Africa over the Christmas break, it was with one thing in mind. They wanted to show Jesus’ love in a poverty-stricken land where the average wages for a day’s work is $1.
But in the end, they received as much if not more than they gave.
The Baylor Bear Foundation office will be closed Dec. 24 through Jan. 3 in observance of the Christmas and New Years holidays. Year-end gifts can be made online through Bear Foundation DonorNet accounts through December 31, 2015 in order to count giving toward 2015 taxes.
Despite a string of injuries that eventually forced the Bears to play wide receivers and running backs at quarterback, the 17th-ranked Bears have earned a sixth-straight bowl appearance — extending a program-record run — and will face both a familiar face and a stout opponent in No. 10 North Carolina when the Russell Athletic Bowl kicks off in Orlando (Dec. […]
Baylor has accepted an invitation to play in the 2015 Russell Athletic Bowl Tuesday, Dec. 29 at 4:30 p.m. CT at the Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium in Orlando, Fla. ESPN will televise the contest to a national audience.
"We are honored to be invited to the Russell Athletic Bowl and play a highly regarded opponent in the University of North Carolina," Director of Athletics Ian McCaw said.
Baylor, ranked No. 17 in the final College Football Playoff rankings and playing in its program-record sixth straight bowl, will face Atlantic Coast Conference member North Carolina (11-2, 8-0) in the contest. The Tar Heels are ranked No. 10 in the CFP rankings.
By Jerry Hill
While the 33 NBA scouts at the Ferrell Center Sunday night were probably watching Vanderbilt's three 7-footers and Baylor's senior duo of Taurean Prince and Rico Gathers, it was 5-10 guard Lester Medford that hit the biggest shot of the night. With the Bears down by one in the last minute and the shot clock winding down, Medford drained a 3-pointer from the corner with 42.4 seconds left that lifted 25th-ranked Baylor to a scintillating 69-67 win over the No. 13/16 Commodores in the first home non-conference game in program history matching ranked teams.
By Jerry Hill
Out of healthy quarterbacks and facing a 17-point deficit 14 minutes into Saturday's regular-season finale at McLane Stadium, the 12th-ranked Baylor Bears turned to a receiver and ultimately the wildcat offense with a pair of running backs.
By Jerry Hill
Ryan McGuyre wanted, maybe even expected, to still be playing in December. But, Baylor's first-year volleyball head coach is not about to beat himself up about all the "what if" possibilities for a 17-13 team that flirted with its first NCAA Tournament bid in four years. At No. 42 in the final NCAA RPI rankings, the Bears were actually higher than five teams that received at-large bids.
By Jerry Hill
Whether it’s the weight room, meeting room, practice field, game days or their weekly Thursday night dinners, Baylor’s offensive linemen are practically inseparable. “We’re all brothers,” said senior All-American tackle Spencer Drango. “That’s how we see ourselves, as one big family.”
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