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Baylor volleyball closes regular season with Sooner sweep

Baylor volleyball closes regular season with Sooner sweep

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NORMAN, Okla. — The No. 7 Baylor volleyball team wrapped up the regular season with a second straight sweep of Oklahoma, 25-12, 25-19, 25-23, on Wednesday night.

Baylor coach Ryan McGuyre said that Bri Coleman “set the tone” for the Bears (20-5, 14-2) with her serving, as Coleman delivered a career-high five aces. Avery Skinner and Yossiana Pressley supplied consistent hitting power at the net with 11 kills apiece, while Hannah Sedwick — who moved into No. 4 on Baylor’s all-time assists chart a night earlier — tallied 30 assists.

This marks Baylor’s sixth straight 20-win season, and the Bears finished just a game behind Texas for the Big 12 title. The Bears will learn their NCAA tournament seeding on Sunday when the selection show plays out on ESPNU.

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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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