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Baylor, Kansas State play scoreless tie

Baylor, Kansas State play scoreless tie

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MANHATTAN, Kan. — Despite a 21-8 shot advantage, the No. 23 Baylor soccer team tied Kansas State, 0-0, Sunday in double overtime.

Taylor Moon took eight shots and Mackenzie Anthony attempted six, but couldn't get any into the goal against Alaina Werremeyer, who finished with 13 saves for the Wildcats (6-6-2). Baylor goalkeeper Jennifer Wandt collected two saves.

Baylor (7-3-4) started the road trip with a 2-1 loss to Kansas on Thursday in Lawrence. The Bears will return home to play Texas on Friday at 7 p.m. at Betty Lou Mays Field.

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For Trestan Ebner and the Baylor seniors, beating Texas Tech meant everything as they finished the season 7-0 at McLane Stadium. “Wins are hard to come by, so I’m just thankful for this no matter what the score is,” Ebner said. “If we didn’t win this, it would have hurt. Hurt a lot.”

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