Oct. 30, 2013
| Baylor (9-5-3, 2-4-1) at TCU (6-8-3, 2-4-1)
Friday, Nov. 1 | 7 p.m. | Fort Worth, Texas | Garvey-Rosenthal Stadium
|Video | Gametracker | Notes|
WACO, Texas - Baylor finishes the Big 12 regular season this weekend with a road match at TCU on Friday. The Bears (9-5-3, 2-4-1) and Horned Frogs (6-8-3, 2-4-1) will square off at 7 p.m. CT at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas, as the teams vie for the No. 4-8 spots in next week's Big 12 Championship.
Baylor and TCU are currently tied for fifth in the Big 12 regular season standings along with Iowa State. Depending on how the results of the weekend play out, any of the three teams can claim the No. 4 seed. The Bears and Horned Frogs met for the first time as Big 12 foes last season and Baylor took both meetings, including a 4-1 win in San Antonio to claim the program's first Big 12 Championship title. Overall, BU is 8-0-0 against TCU since the teams first met in 1998.
Friday's match will feature live stats and video on GoFrogs.com, while Twitter updates can be found by following @BaylorFutbol.
BAYLOR QUICK NOTES
*Baylor currently stands in a tie for fifth in the Big 12 standings with Iowa State and TCU. The Bears are guaranteed either the fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh or eighth spot in the Big 12 Championship depending on tiebreakers and how the last league matches unfold.
*Baylor has qualified for 11 of a possible 18 Big 12 Championships and four of six under the Jobsons, including the last three.
*Baylor has finished in the Big 12 regular season top four in seven of 17 seasons and in each of the last two seasons.
*Baylor is 10-4-3 in regular season finales and 3-0-2 under the Jobsons.
*Baylor is 14-13-2 all-time in the month of November and 5-2-2 under the Jobsons.
*Baylor is 8-0-0 all-time against TCU and won the series' first two Big 12 matches last season - one to end the regular season (2-0, Oct. 26 in Waco) and the other to end the Big 12 Championship finals (4-1, Nov. 4 in San Antonio).
*With her second game-winner coming Oct. 25 vs. OK State, Ashley York moved into a tie for fifth place all-time in game-winning goals by a freshman at Baylor.
*Junior goalie Michelle Kloss earned the win vs. OK State to take over sole possession of second place on the all-time wins list at Baylor with 28.
*With her ninth shutout of the season and 18th of her career, Kloss tied her total from last season, which ranks fourth all-time in BU single-season history, and moved into a tie for second all-time at BU in career shutouts.
*Baylor is 9-0-0 when scoring first this season and 8-0-0 when leading at half.
*Baylor has shutout out an opponent 12 times through 90 minutes of play this season.
*Baylor is now 11-6-4 after a loss under the Jobsons since 2009.
*Baylor is 2-2-2 against teams that were in the 2012 NCAA Tournament. BU beat Washington and Missouri, tied Texas A&M, lost to West Virginia and BYU and tied Texas Tech.
*Baylor holds significant edges over its opponents in goals (28-12), shots (283-166), shots on goal (141-67) and corner kicks (95-54).
*Baylor ranks 10th in the NCAA in shutout percentage (.647) and 28th in goals against average (.675).
*Kloss ranks 31st in the NCAA in goals against average (.698).
*Baylor ranks second in the Big 12 shutouts (11), goals against average (0.68) and goals allowed (12), third in shots (283), fourth in goals (28) and points (75) and sixth in assists (19).
*York and sophomore midfielder Bri Campos lead Baylor and rank ninth in the Big 12 in goals (5).
*Kloss ranks second in the Big 12 in goals against average (0.70) and shutouts (9) and fourth in save percentage (.812).