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Baylor Volleyball Faces UNT, SFA in Final Nonconference Matches

WACO, TX (KXXV) -

Baylor volleyball (10-4) splits a pair of matches with instate opponents, hosting North Texas (6-8) on Tuesday, Sep. 20 at 7 p.m. and then travelling to face Stephen F. Austin (8-5) in Nacogdoches on Wednesday, Sep. 21 at 6:30 p.m. to close out the team’s nonconference schedule.

After playing a 16-game nonconference slate, the Bears will flip to the second half of the season, running through a 16-game gauntlet in Big 12 play, beginning Sunday, Sep. 25 vs. Kansas State at the Ferrell Center.

BU holds large all-time series leads over both squads, besting the Mean Green, 18-8, and the Lady Jacks, 23-9.

For the UNT match, fans can follow along with live video and audio on BaylorBears.com/allaccess.

Fans can listen to Baylor’s internet radio stream on the SFA trip and all other Baylor road trips at BaylorBears.com/allaccess

MATCH INFO:

Baylor vs. North Texas

Tue., Sep. 20 at 7 p.m.

Ferrell Center

Waco, Texas

Audio: BaylorBears.com (Paid)

Live Video: BaylorBears.com (Paid)

Live Stats: BaylorBears.com

Baylor at Stephen F. Austin

Wed., Sep. 21 at 6:30 p.m.

Shelton Gym

Nacogdoches, Texas

Live Video: ESPN3/WatchESPN

Live Audio: BaylorBears.com (Paid)

Live Stats: SFAJacks.com

BAYLOR BEARS

2015 Record: 17-13

2016 Record: 10-4

Head Coach: Ryan McGuyre (2nd season)

NORTH TEXAS MEAN GREEN

2015 Record: 20-13

2016 Record: 6-8

Head Coach: Andrew Palileo (4th season)

All-Time Series: BU leads, 18-8

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN LADY JACKS

2015 Record: 20-14

2016 Record: 8-5

Head Coach: Debbie Humphreys (29th season)

All-Time Series: BU leads, 23-9

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