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Tech battles Texas in round one of Big 12 tournament - The Daily Toreador (registration)

With a loss to Kansas State on Saturday, 61-48, the Texas Tech basketball team will take on Texas in the first round of the 2017 Big 12 Tournament on Wednesday in Kansas City, Missouri. The loss to the Wildcats in Manhattan, Kansas, puts the Red Raiders’ overall record at 18-13 and an away record of 1-9 on the season, according to Tech Athletics. Tech coach Chris Beard said despite the losses, the Red Raiders have been improving on the court and need to focus on the upcoming game. After their play in the Big 12 Conference, junior guard Keenan Evans and junior forward Zach Smith both earned All-Big 12 Honors, according to Tech Athletics. Evans was selected to All-Big 12 Third team, while Smith was named All-Big 12 Honorable mention. Evans said the award by the conference would not have been possible without the help from the other members of the basketball team. “I just praise God for putting me in this position and also just thank my teammates and the coaching staff for helping me get to where I am today. The Red Raiders just faced the Longhorns on March 1 in the United Supermarkets Arena. Evans led the team in points with 18 and shot 4-10 from the field and a perfect 10-10 from the free-throw line, according to Tech Athletics. On the defensive end, Tech forced Texas to commit nine turnovers. Junior guard/forward Justin Gray was a defensive presence against Texas with one block and four rebounds, according to Tech Athletics. The defense against Texas is what propelled the Red Raiders to victory, Beard said. And it’s not just our bigs, it’s our guards as well. Smith said the Red Raiders have shown their strength on the court through the losses they have faced. Against previously ranked No. 3 Kansas, Tech fell by one point, 80-79, on Feb. Source: www.dailytoreador.com

OPINION — Baseball provides break from finals - The Daily Toreador (registration)

Most people, including me, are forced to cram study because they have very little time to efficiently cover the course content. When you’re stressed for time, you more or less want to power study all night, take your exam and then relax. According to a study conducted by the University of Illinois in 2008, our brain’s ability to concentrate on a single task dwindles the more we focus on that task in one sitting. By taking mental breaks, the brain’s ability to focus on a given subject increases, which allows us to study for longer periods of time. However, there’s another problem we all face: What does one do to relax during such a stressful time. For example, my boyfriend of four years has no idea what to do with his free time or how to unwind before hitting the books again. He paces the living room for 10 minutes and ultimately resumes studying without ever taking his mind off the subject. What is slow paced, easy to watch and extremely entertaining, all in one. Not only does spring time mean finals are approaching, but it also brings back America’s favorite pastime. I’ll admit, it is a little slow, but that’s the glorious part. The pace of the game is half the reason it’s such a positive way to relax. You don’t get mad that the man at the start of the lineup has struck out because you know there are still two guys who will step to the plate. It doesn’t make your face red when the opponent team hits a home run early on because there are still eight innings left. I’m singling out baseball because not all sports are relaxing to watch. It is nearing the end of spring, which means the NBA playoffs are in motion. However, it might not be ideal to take a break from your biochemistry exam preparation to watch the Rockets and the Spurs play. Players are racing down the court, referees are calling idiotic fouls, and coaches are spitting mad. Source: www.dailytoreador.com

Team set to host Wayland Baptist - The Daily Toreador (registration)

Tech hosted the Texas Tech Spring Tournament last week, which was comprised of seven teams, according to the release. Tech first defeated UT Permian Basin, 25-13, in the first match and, 30-28, in the second. The Red Raiders also defeated Abilene Christian, 25-15 and 25-20. Against Angelo State, Tech split the set, losing 25-23 in the first match and rallying back, 25-10, for the win in the second. During the 2016 fall season, Tech ended with an overall record of 10-21 and a Big 12 Conference record of 0-16, according to Tech Athletics. The Red Raiders finished with a home record of 5-8 and an away record of 4-9. The Pioneers found success in 2016 and finished with a 24-16 overall record, according to the release. Wayland Baptist finished 15-3 at the Sooner Athletic Conference in the fall and earned a fourth-consecutive bid to the NAIA National Championship on Nov. 19, where the Pioneers fell to Tabor College, 3-1. The last time the Red Raiders and the Pioneers met was during the 2015 spring slate at the LCU Tournament, according to the release. The Red Raiders are returning 13 athletes from last year’s roster, one of whom is junior libero Reyn Akiu, according to the release. She posted Tech’s second-highest dig total in a single season and was named to the All-Big 12 Second Team. Both Akiu and fellow Red Raider, junior Missy Owens participated in the U. S. National Team Open Tryouts at the beginning of this month in Colorado Springs, Colorado. After hosting Wayland Baptist, the Red Raiders will finish the spring slate at the Lone Star Classic College Showcase on April 15 at Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts. Share with Us. We'd love to hear eyewitness accounts, the history behind an article. Source: www.dailytoreador.com
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