Baylor Softball

Softball Drops Series Finale to No. 21 Oklahoma State

March 25, 2019

WACO, Texas – Baylor (14-14) dropped the series finale to No. 21 Oklahoma State, 9-1 (5), Sunday afternoon at Getterman Stadium.

The Cowgirls got on the board early with seven runs through the first three innings before the Lady Bears got on the board.

In the bottom of the third, Nicky Dawson led things off with a single down the left field line. With two outs, Kassidy Krupit reached base on a fielding error, and Taylor Ellis loaded the bases when she drew a walk. Josie Bower followed with a walk of her own which scored Dawson from third.

Goose McGlaun was the lone Lady Bear to finish with a multi-hit game as she went 2-for-3 at the plate. Madi O’Neal walked twice with one of them coming from a 10-pitch at-bat.


Goose McGlaun has recorded a hit in 10 straight games for the Lady Bears.

Nicky Dawson has reached base safely in every game this season, making her streak of 28-straight games a career best.

A total of 4,419 fans came out to Getterman Stadium to watch Baylor’s series vs. Oklahoma State over the weekend.

.667 – Goose McGlaun’s batting average vs. Oklahoma State over the weekend

Glenn Moore on the day…

“We started off with a big hole in the top of the first, giving up three (runs), and it was just hard to shut them down. It seemed like everything they hit was falling in. I honestly thought at one point in time that they hit the ball a little harder yesterday, but everything had eyes today for them and right now we don’t have the offensive people in place to overcome that kind of deficit.”

Baylor hosts No. 10 Texas on Wednesday at Getterman Stadium. First pitch is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. and will be televised on FOX Sports Southwest Plus.

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