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No. 15 Baylor Softball Set for Midweek Doubleheader

WACO, TX (KXXV) -

No. 15/15 Baylor softball (21-4) welcomes in a pair of Texas schools for a midweek doubleheader, facing Incarnate Word (4-19) at 3 p.m. and UTSA (9-15) at 6 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon at Getterman Stadium.

The Lady Bears play at home for the first time in March, two of just five home games scheduled at Getterman for the month.

Baylor has played UTSA twice this season, opening and closing the Getterman Classic with wins over the Roadrunners (5-0 on Feb. 16 and 7-6 on Feb. 19).

BU improved to 24-13 in the all-time series with UTSA, while the Lady Bears and the Cardinals from UIW will meet for the first time.

Both of Tuesday’s games will be broadcast live over the radio on ESPN Central Texas, with the UTSA contest at 6 p.m. being televised on FOX Sports Plus.

GAME INFO 

#SicUIW
Tuesday, March 14 at 3 p.m.

Getterman Stadium | Waco, Texas

Radio/Audio: ESPN Central Texas and BaylorBears.com/allaccess ($)

Video: BaylorBears.com/allaccess ($)

Talent: Dan Ingham (PBP) and Kaitlyn Thumann (Color)

Live Stats: BaylorBears.com

#SicUTSA

Tuesday, March 14 at 6 p.m.

Getterman Stadium | Waco, Texas

Radio/Audio: ESPN Central Texas and BaylorBears.com/allaccess ($)

Talent: Dan Ingham (PBP)

TV: FOX Sports Plus

Talent: John Morris (PBP) and Kaitlyn Thumann (Color)

BAYLOR LADY BEARS

2016 Record: 45-14

2017 Record: 21-4

Head Coach: Glenn Moore (17th season)

INCARNATE WORD CARDINALS

2016 Record: 18-34

2017 Record: 4-19

Head Coach: Amanda Gamboa (4th season)

BU All-Time Record vs. UIW: Never Met

UTSA ROADRUNNERS

2016 Record: 20-33

2017 Record: 9-15

Head Coach: Michelle Cheatham (4th season)

BU All-Time Record vs. UTSA: 24-13

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