Baylor baseball dominated the series opener against BYU with a 9-2 victory, fueled by a strong offensive performance and solid pitching.

By the Numbers
  • Baylor had 14 hits, a season-high in conference play.
  • The Bears have won six of their last seven games and are now just one game below .500 in conference play.
State of Play
  • Baylor improved to 2-1 all-time against BYU and has won its first game over the Cougars in Provo.
  • The team has scored nine or more runs in five of its last six games and has recorded nine or more hits in eight of its last nine games.
  • Baylor turned three double plays in the game, adding to its league-leading total of 32 twin killings.
What's Next

Baylor (14-18, 6-7) will face BYU (14-16, 6-10) again in game two of the series on Friday, April 12, at 7 p.m. CT at Miller Park in Provo, Utah.

Bottom Line

Baylor's impressive victory over BYU, with a strong offensive showing and effective pitching, sets the stage for an exciting series as they aim to continue their positive momentum moving forward.