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Baylor women's tennis fell, 4-0, to UCLA in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday. The Bears finished the year with an 18-14 record and an 8-12 marked against ranked foes.

LOS ANGELES — After falling behind 3-0, the No. 25 Baylor women’s tennis squad didn’t give up. The Bears rallied to take a 4-3 victory over No. 36 N.C. State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at the Los Angeles Tennis Center Friday afternoon.

Joey Scrivano is a giant Boston Celtics fan. The Baylor women’s tennis head coach said he picked the Celtics to top the Philadelphia 76ers in five games before the series even started.

After stellar performances at the Big 12 Tennis Championships last week — the women’s team topping Kansas to advance to the semifinals and the men’s team ousting top-seed TCU for a runner-up finish — the two teams sat inside the Stone Room at the Ferrell Center eagerly awaiting their postseason fate.

Baylor men’s and women’s tennis programs are hosting a NCAA Selection Show Watch Party on Tuesday, May 1 inside the Stone Room at the Ferrell Center. Doors open at 3:30 p.m. with the men’s selection show beginning at 4 p.m. and the women’s following at 4:30 p.m.

Fifth-seeded Baylor topped No. 4-seed Kansas, 4-2, Friday morning at Texas Tennis Center in the Big 12 Championship. The Bears advance to the conference tournament’s semifinal round for the 15th time in program history when they face top-seeded Texas at 3 p.m. Saturday.

No. 25 Baylor women’s tennis ended their regular season getting swept by No. 5 Texas in Austin Friday night. Baylor (16-12, 4-5 Big 12) returns to Austin for the Big 12 Women’s Tennis Championships Friday through Sunday.

The 25th-ranked Baylor women’s tennis team picked up a pair of home wins on Friday, beating Louisiana Tech, 5-1, before taking down West Virginia, 4-0, in the nightcap at the Hurd Tennis Center.

No. 21 Baylor topped TCU 4-3 in Fort Worth to secure the third conference win of the season. After falling in doubles and on court one in singles, the Bears came back to win three-straight singles matches to take the lead.

The Baylor women’s tennis team hosts No. 12 Oklahoma State Friday, with Oklahoma coming to town on Sunday. Both dual matches will be played at the Hurd Center. The Friday game begins at 6 p.m., while the Sunday game starts at 3 p.m.

Baylor (8-8) heads to Indian Wells, Calif. this weekend to take part in the BNP Paribas Collegiate Challenge. The Bears will face No. 4 Pepperdine (8-1) at 8 p.m. Friday before taking on USC (7-4) at 5 p.m. Saturday.

No. 28 Baylor women’s tennis fell, 4-3, at Kansas State Tuesday afternoon. The Bears secured the doubles point as sophomore Angelina Shakhraichuk and freshman Dominika Sujova topped Maria Linares and Rosanna Maffei, 6-1, and freshman Georgia Testa and senior Theresa Van Zyl bested Anna Turco and Ines Mesquita, 6-3.

Baylor women’s tennis defeated No. 32 Washington, 4-1, Sunday afternoon in Seattle. It marked the second time in the last three dual matches that the Bears knocked off a ranked opponent.

Baylor women’s tennis readies for a Pac-12 road trip this weekend, traveling to No. 17 Oregon for a match at 2 p.m. Friday and then heading north to No. 32 Washington for a noon match on Sunday.

Baylor women’s tennis hosts a pair of ranked foes this weekend. The Lady Bears will take on No. 9 Ole Miss at 1 p.m. Saturday and No. 17 Miami at 1 p.m. Sunday. Both matches will be played at Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center.

Tulsa sent the Baylor women’s tennis team to its third consecutive loss, as the Golden Hurricane claimed a 4-2 win on Saturday at the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center.

No. 16 Baylor women’s tennis fell at No. 2 Vanderbilt, 6-1, Friday afternoon. The Commodores, who returned a strong core of players, won regular season and tournament SEC titles and advanced to the 2017 NCAA Final Four.

After its season-opening match at Rice was postponed a week ago, the Baylor women’s tennis team will hit the courts at Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center with a doubleheader on Friday.