Local Sports Headlines

  • Texas A&M Falls to Arkansas

    The Aggies took on Arkansas in Fayetteville, and lost 94-75.  Jaylen Barford caught fire in the second half for the Razorbacks, scoring 14 of his 21 points.  Robert Williams had a nice day for the Aggies, scoring 20 points and adding 14 rebounds.  Texas A&M now has a 6-8 conference record, and their next opponent is Mississippi State.

  • Baylor Baseball Drops Game 2 vs. HBU

    Baylor baseball opened their season last night, and won 1-0.  The Bears dropped game two of the series today 5-2, and will play the final game of the series tomorrow, at 1:05pm.

  • Baylor Women's Tennis Falls to No. 9 Ole Miss

    WACO, Texas — Baylor women’s tennis (2-5) dropped a 4-0 decision to No. 9 Ole Miss (7-1) at

    Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center on Saturday afternoon.

    The Rebels won the doubles point with victories over Baylor at the No. 1 and No. 3 spots to take control of the match.

  • UMHB Men's Basketball Edges Howard Payne

    Brownwood, Texas - The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor men's basketball team saw a last second shot go through for a game-winner for the second time in a month as the Cru dropped a 76-74 heartbreaker to Howard Payne Saturday evening in Brownwood. UMHB closes out the regular season with a 17-8 overall record and a 10-7 mark in American Southwest Conference play. Howard Payne moves to 11-14 overall and 7-10 in the ASC with the victory.

  • Baylor Softball Sweeps Day Two of Black & Gold Invite

    HATTIESBURG, Miss. – No. 11/12 Baylor softball (6-0) cruised to a 7-1 win over Mississippi Valley State (0-6) Saturday morning and rallied late to knock off Southern Miss (2-6) in the nightcap, 3-2, on Saturday evening at the Southern Miss Softball Complex.

  • Bradford Dominant in Bears 1-0 Season Opening Win

    The Baylor Bears opened 2018 with a 1-0 win over Houston Baptist, behind a dominant outing from Sophomore Cody Bradford.

  • Only Growing Stronger

    The Lady Bears host Kansas tomorrow, who enter the matchup with an 11 game losing streak.  As for Baylor, their undefeated conference record tells a story that goes much deeper than just basketball.

  • Big 12's Hottest Teams Meet in Waco, Saturday

    Baylor has a showdown tomorrow night against Texas Tech, who leads the Big 12 by one game over Kansas, as well as a seven game win streak.  The Bears have won their last four games, including the 80-64 win over Kansas last weekend.  Baylor hosting Texas Tech could be considered the hottest Big 12 matchup this weekend.

  • Schreiner Edges UMHB Baseball In Rubber Match

    Belton, Texas - The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor baseball team got an outstanding pitching performance but could not push across a run as the Cru fell to Schreiner University 1-0 Friday in Belton. UMHB is now 1-3 on the season while the Mountaineers improve to 4-7 on the year.

  • Bears Change Schedule, Will Host Houston Baptist

    The Baylor Bears will now host Houston Baptist for three games to open their season this weekend at Baylor Ballpark.

  • Competition Level Goes Up for Baylor Softball, This Weekend

    The Baylor Softball team will take a step-up in competition this weekend as they head to Hattiesburg, Mississippi for the Black and Gold Invitational.

  • McLennan Powers Past Navarro in Double-Header Sweep

    The McLennan Highlanders blasted their way past Navarro on Thursday sweeping a double-header at Bosque River Ballpark. 

  • Bears Look Forward to Non-Conference Challenges

    The Baylor Bears built their postseason resume a season ago by playing in one of the top RPI conferences in America, and beating quality opponents on their non-conference schedule.

  • Bears Streaking Into Match-up With Big 12 Leader

    Only Three other Big 12 teams, besides Baylor, have won 4 or more conference games in a row, this season, and one of them comes to Waco on Saturday in the form of Texas Tech.

  • Aggie Baseball Looking Forward to Series with Rhode Island

    Texas A&M Baseball will open their 2018 campaign on Friday when they host the Rhode Island Rams at Blue Bell Park.

  • Bailey Named to The Hogan Award Watch List

    Baylor Junior Braden Bailey was named to the 2018 Ben Hogan Award Watch List, an award given to the top collegiate golfer at any level.

  • Baylor Mens Tennis Heads To Indoor Championships

    WACO, Texas – The 12th-seeded Baylor men's tennis team will compete in the ITA National Team Indoor Championships Friday through Monday in Seattle, Wash.

  • 21st Ranked Texas A&M Has Winning-Streak Snapped

    Texas A&M had their 4-game winning streak snapped in Columbia, Missouri on Tuesday night, falling at the hands of the Tiger 62-58.

  • No. 3 Lady Bears Throttle No. 21 Oklahoma State

    The 3rd ranked Baylor Lady Bears used a 16-2 run and some suffocating defense to remain unbeaten in Conference play on Tuesday night in Stillwater.

  • Ellison Falls to Irving MacArthur

    The 16th ranked Ellison Lady Eagles had their season come to an end on Tuesday night with a 65-50 loss to Irving MacArthur.