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Jan
15
2021

BAYLOR FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK

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Back a few years ago, when Dave Aranda was the defensive coordinator and Jeff Grimes the offensive line coach at LSU, a respect and bond was formed on and off the football field that helped bring them together at Baylor.

Jan
15
2021

Baylor Announces Attendance Plan for Tennis Matches

Hawkins Indoor

WACO, Texas – Due to the precautions taken in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Baylor announced its revised attendance policy for home tennis matches on Friday. In order to provide the safest environment for student-athletes, fans, coaches and staffs, Hawkins Indoor will be limited to Bear Foundation, Baseline Club and Trophy Club members only.

Jan
15
2021

2021 WT Preview: Bears Turn to Culture as Season Begins

Alicia Herrero Linana

WACO, Texas - The Baylor women's tennis team will open the 2021 season Saturday in a doubleheader vs. Prairie View A&M at 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The first match will take place at the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center with the second match held either at Hawkins or the Hurd Tennis Center depending on weather.

Jan
15
2021

Two Baylor students earn major national/international academic honors

While most Baylor students were wrapping up finals and planning their Christmas break last month, two Bears were earning major national awards for their academic accomplishments. Sophia Fulton, a senior in the Business Fellows program at Baylor, was awarded the Charles B. Rangel Graduate Fellowship. Endowed by the U.S. Department of State, this highly competitive […]

Jan
15
2021

Baylor University Vaccine Supply Update

For the past several months, there has been an ongoing nationwide mobilization to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine.

Jan
15
2021

No. 6/6 WBB Resumes Play vs. ISU Saturday

Jordyn Oliver

WACO, Texas – The No. 6/6 Baylor Lady Bears face Iowa State Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Ferrell Center on ESPNU.

Jan
15
2021

Baylor and Waco Community to Commemorate MLK Day with Day of Service

WACO, Texas (Jan. 15, 2021) - To celebrate the life and legacy of the late Civil Rights leader, the Baylor University and Waco communities will join others across the nation to participate in events this weekend honoring Dr. King and by serving in the community on MLK Day of Service on Monday, Jan. 18.

Jan
14
2021

ATHLETES’ NEEDS OVER NEW TOYS

Vic Viloria

Vic Viloria is certainly not averse to using the "newest toy" or the latest technologies being developed in strength and conditioning training.

Jan
14
2021

Baylor student-athletes lead Big 12 in Graduation Success Rate for 7th straight year

For the seventh year in a row, Baylor student-athletes have led the Big 12 Conference in Graduation Success Rate (GSR) — the 12th time in the last 14 years that the Bears have finished either first or second in GSR. But it doesn’t stop there. Not content with simply extending their run of dominance, Baylor […]

Jan
14
2021

WT Ranked No. 23 in ITA Preseason Top 25

Kristina Sorokolet

WACO, Texas – The Baylor women's tennis team ranked No. 23 in Thursday's Intercollegiate Tennis Association Preseason Top 25 rankings.

Jan
14
2021

No. 15 MT Set to Open Season With Doubleheader

Sven Lah 2021

WACO, Texas – Baylor men's tennis will open its 2021 dual-match season with a doubleheader against Lamar and Abilene Christian Friday at the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center at Noon and 6 p.m. CT, respectively.

Jan
14
2021

Track & Field Opens 2021 at Corky Classic in Lubbock

Harbour

After a 10-month hiatus, Baylor track & field is back and headed to Lubbock, Texas for the Corky Classic Saturday at the Sports Performance Center at Texas Tech.

Jan
14
2021

After Injury Setbacks, Trayvon Bromell Ready for Another Olympic Run

Trayvon Bromell

When the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo were postponed until July 2021 because of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, it was a devastating blow for athletes that had been preparing and pointing to that moment for four years or longer.

Jan
14
2021

Presidential Perspective - January 14, 2021

I am looking forward to Tuesday and welcoming all of you back for the spring semester! First Gent Brad and I (and our dog BU!) have missed the energy and enthusiasm all of you bring to campus. Please know that we are praying for you as you make your way safely home to Baylor.

Jan
13
2021

UPDATED: Weekly COVID-19 Testing for Faculty & Staff Begins Jan. 25

As President Livingstone shared last week, all faculty and staff who are working on campus for the Spring 2021 semester will be required to complete weekly COVID-19 testing through our on-campus testing provider, My Labs Direct (MLD), beginning the week of January 25.

Jan
13
2021

Why Baylor is increasing its COVID-19 testing this spring

Baylor recently announced that, beginning in late January, all faculty, staff and students will be tested for COVID-19 every week. Yes, that’s a lot. And testing fatigue is real. So why is Baylor making this move? The short answer: So that everything else about campus life — from classes to extracurriculars — can be as […]

Jan
13
2021

MT Lands Eight in ITA Preseason Rankings

Coni and Sven

WACO, Texas – Baylor men's tennis landed eight players in the ITA's Preseason Singles and Doubles Rankings, as released Wednesday. Six singles players were ranked in the top-125, the most of any team in the nation.

Jan
12
2021

Baylor’s campus became a winter wonderland this weekend

Sunday morning, it started snowing in Waco — a rare occurrence, but not unheard of. And then it kept coming down, and kept coming, and kept coming — and by 6 p.m., Waco had officially received 4.4 inches of snow, the most since January 1982. As Baylor Bears, we are blessed to have a beautiful […]

Jan
12
2021

Stacey Bowers-Smith (1996-99) Still Holds Baylor Triple Jump Records

Stacey Bowers-Smith

Nearly 22 years after winning the triple jump at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships and setting Baylor's school record that same year, Stacey (Bowers) Smith has to wonder if her marks will ever fall.