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Texas Tech Tennis
RECAP | Lady Raiders Suffer Tough Loss to No. 6 Georgia Tech
— Texas Tech Tennis (@TexasTechTennis) March 18, 2018
— Texas Tech Tennis (@TexasTechTennis) March 17, 2018
Texas Tech Golf
#TexasTech is back in action tomorrow morning as the Red Raiders tee off at the Briar’s Creek Invitational.
— Texas Tech W Golf (@TexasTechWGolf) March 19, 2018
Texas Tech Softball
4-1 on the weekend ☑
8-3 during spring break ☑
20 wins ☑
— Texas Tech Softball (@TexasTechSB) March 18, 2018
Texas Tech Track and Field
RECAP | Caleb Richmond Wins 400m Hurdles at UTSA Invite
— TTU Track & Field/XC (@TTU_TF_XC) March 17, 2018
Texas Tech Baseball
1-2 vs. Baylor. Not a great weekend, a close game on Friday wasting a pretty terrific performance from Davis Martin, but then getting blown out on Saturday, and recovering with a win on Sunday. You can read and check out the box scores from the series post. I honestly forgot to update it on Sunday morning with the basketball game on Saturday night, so you’ll have to forgive me. There are no mid-week games this week and the team will host Northeastern (the college in Boston) for a four game series starting on Friday. A much needed break.
Texas Tech Basketball
Game Time Announced. See you all on Friday night.
— Texas Tech Basketball (@TexasTechMBB) March 19, 2018
Malik’s Minute Inside the Locker Room. This is fun as Malik Ondigo talks with just about every player in the locker room after the game.
Texas Tech Football
“Everything we do from this point on will affect the scoreboard six months from now.”
— Texas Tech Football (@TexasTechFB) March 18, 2018
Quarterback Get Looks. A-J Media’s Don Williams writes about the running back debate with so many options available this spring:
“He’s got a ton of talent. There’s no doubt,” Kingsbury said. “But I think McLane is very talented as well. McLane had a lot more reps running our offense last year, obviously, and so that’s going to help him.
“And then Jett’s going to have to catch up mentally on some of those things that McLane was exposed to. But that’s why I’m viewing this as a long-term process, this competition, and expect both guys to come out of it much better players than they were before it started.”