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Daily Bears Report 10/17/2017 – Joy & Lady to attend volleyball match.

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Tennis

Volleyball

Volleyball Chalks Up Program-High RPI Ranking – BaylorBears.com – Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Baylor volleyball topped last week’s program-high RPI ranking, checking in at No. 22 in the latest rankings Monday afternoon.

VBs Pressley Tabbed Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week – BaylorBears.com – Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Baylor volleyball freshman outside hitter Yossiana Pressley was named the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week, announced by the conference office Monday afternoon.

Lady Bears Basketball

Young Lady Bears begin preparation for season | The Baylor Lariat, The Lady Bears are a young team, with only three juniors and seniors, while boasting four freshmen and three sophomores.

Head coach Kim Mulkey said the team is different this year as they switch to a more perimeter-oriented attack due to their abundance of guards.

“Its just fun to be able to go out there and just coach,” Mulkey said. “New faces, new excitement, new energy and I thought they did well. We’re very quick on the perimeter and yet we still have good size inside.”

Man Bears Basketball

Lecomte Named to Cousy Award Watch List – BaylorBears.com – Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Baylor senior guard Manu Lecomte is one of the 20 watch list candidates for the 2018 Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award, as announced Monday by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

Football

Matt Rhule can overcome Baylor’s slow start if his Temple blueprint is any indication, Baylor coach Matt Rhule had an 0-6 start at Temple too. However, a Philadelphia columnist believes Rhule can turn around this Baylor team.

Bears outmatched in loss to Cowboys | The Baylor Lariat, Baylor head coach Matt Rhule said the Bears battled, but were no match for the talent level of the Cowboys.

“I was proud of their effort in the second half, just their desire to fight. But at the end of the day, Oklahoma State was just better than us,” Rhule said. “We have to be honest with ourselves. In a lot of games, we were able to hang close. We weren’t able to hang close today. We have to get better, and we recognize that.”

Dana Holgorsen on Baylor: ‘You can’t look past anybody’, When asked if the Mountaineers’ upcoming game against Baylor was a trap game, Dana Holgorsen answered in the affirmative in a sense.

Holgorsen to warn Mountaineers of potential Baylor trap game | College Sports | register-herald.com, West Virginia is coming off an emotional come-from-behind win against a ranked Texas Tech team on homecoming this past Saturday. Fifteen days from now, the Mountaineers will be back at

Kickoff set for Texas-Baylor game in Waco Oct. 28, The Big 12 on Monday announced an 11 am CT kickoff time for the Texas Longhorns‘ game against the Baylor Bears in Waco Oct. 28.

Soccer

Kansas soccer fails to record a shot on goal in loss to Baylor | Sports | kansan.com, Two days after knocking off a top 10 Texas Longhorns team, Kansas soccer failed to record a shot on goal in a 1-0 loss to Baylor on Sunday.

Kansas soccer fails to record a shot on goal in loss to Baylor | Sports | kansan.com
Two days after knocking off a top 10 Texas Longhorns team, Kansas soccer failed to record a shot on goal in a 1-0 loss to Baylor on Sunday.

Legends

Hoops Probe

Baylor, other Big 12 schools, conducting internal review if men’s hoops program | Sport | wacotrib.com, Baylor, five Big 12 schools respond to Associated Press survey.

Listing how each top NCAA school is reacting to hoops probe, A list of how each top NCAA school is reacting to hoops probe.

Scandall Saga

Lawsuit alleges Baylor discriminated against women | The Baylor Lariat, When Dolores Lozano filed a Title IX lawsuit against Baylor in the fall of 2016, she probably didn’t expect to be in a legal battle one year later, this time amending her complaints to accuse Baylor of fostering a culture of discrimination against women.

On Sept. 28, U.S. District Court Judge Robert Pitman issued an order dismissing Lozano’s Title IX negligence and gross negligence claims, but allowing her to amend her complaints for negligent hiring, retention and supervision.

The amended lawsuit was submitted Oct. 14, one day later than the court ordered.

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