WACO – Baylor Softball’s run at the Women’s College World Series ended Sunday, but Tuesday night after Florida won the national championship with a two-game sweep of Alabama, two Lady Bears were elected to the WCWS All-Tournament team.
The first game of the 2014 Women’s College World Series Semifinals is between Baylor and Florida. The gators run ruled the bears opening day of the tournament. See what happened in Sunday’s semifinal re-match.
OKLAHOMA City, Okla. – The most significant comeback in Baylor softball history propelled the Lady Bears to an epic 8-7, eight-inning win over Kentucky Saturday at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium to help BU advance to the Women’s College World Series semifinals.
OKLAHOMA City, Okla. – Jordan Strickland became just the 12th player in Women’s College World Series history to homer twice in a game, and Heather Stearns picked up her first win from the circle since May 3 in Baylor’s 7-2 win over Florida State at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium Saturday.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – No. 13 seed Baylor and No. 8 seed Florida State each have its backs against the wall Saturday with the teams playing in the Women’s College World Series’ first elimination game at 11 a.m. on ESPN2.
ESPN’s Holly Rowe talked about the 2014 Women’s College World Series with the “Voice of the Bears” John Morris on Friday during his ESPN Central Texas daily radio show.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma – Whitney Canion became Baylor softball’s first, First-Team All-American Wednesday when she was awarded with the honor at the NFCA press conference in advance of the Women’s College World Series.
WACO, Tx – The No. 13 seed Baylor Lady Bears will face the No. 5 seeded Florida Gators in Oklahoma City at the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium for the opening game of the 2014 NCAA Women’s College World Series.
ATHENS, GA. – The Baylor softball teams heads back to the NCAA Women’s College World Series for the first time since 2011 after sweeping Georgia in their Super Regional on Saturday.