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Notre Dame Beats Baylor Lady Bears 88-69 To Get To Final Four

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) – Muffet McGraw and Notre Dame have become fixtures in the Final Four.

But with Skylar Diggins gone to the WNBA, it was hard to imagine the Irish would make it back this season, let alone go undefeated in the process. 836 more words


Eight is Great

So, I’d posit that upsets in the Sweet Sixteen are less likely, especially if you’ve had upsets in the 32, simply because the disparity in talent (on the court – height and speed in particular) is still wonky in the women’s game. 1,403 more words

NCAA Division I

Kentucky, Baylor Set For Rematch Of 4OT Thriller

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) – The last time Baylor and Kentucky met, they played one of the most exciting games in the history of women’s basketball. 772 more words


Another Sweet Season For Sims & Baylor

WACO, Texas (AP) – Odyssey Sims and Baylor are having another sweet season.

The Lady Bears have made it to the third round of the NCAA women’s tournament for the sixth year in a row, and ninth time in an 11-season span that includes two national titles. 729 more words


Lady Bears Open NCAA Without Suspended Mulkey

WACO, Texas (AP) – Baylor coach Kim Mulkey will be at her house Saturday when the Lady Bears play their first-round NCAA tournament game.

Mulkey will serve a one-game NCAA suspension for criticizing the officiating after the last year’s Sweet 16, when the then-defending national champion Lady Bears were upset by Louisville. 185 more words


Lady Bears Still No. 2 Seed & Big 12 Champs

WACO (AP) – Everything seems pretty much the same for perennial national power Baylor, with another Big 12 title and a No. 2 seed in hand headed into the NCAA women’s tournament. 775 more words


An Open Letter to Brittney Griner

Brittney, or as you were affectionately known around here, BG,

What a freshman year I had at Baylor. Not only did I watch another legend, RG3, win the Heisman, but I watched you lead the Baylor Lady Bears to the single most dominant season in NCAA Women’s Basketball history. 1,656 more words