If you are a Baylor fan, this year has been nirvana.
The baseball team is now tearing it up, ranked second in the country and undefeated in the Big 12.
Check out how Baylor's 17 Division I athletic teams did, or are doing. It's rather impressive.
Football: 10-3, won Alamo Bowl, Heisman winner in Robert Griffin III, No. 2 NFL draft pick
Basketball: 30-8, Elite 8
Baseball: 39-8, 18-0 in Big 12, ranked No. 2 nationally,
Men's cross country: men finished 12th in the NCAA South Central Regional
Men's golf: Earned the No. 5 seed to the 2012 NCAA Ann Arbor regional, extending their NCAA postseason streak to 15
Men's tennis: Will play in NCAA first round this weekend; freshman Mate Zdiga is Big 12 freshman of the year and will play in the individual portion of the NCAA championships
Men's track/field: Men rank 30th in the NCAA
Acrobatics & tumbling: Really? This is a sport? Baylor finished No. 6 nationally ... whatever that means
Basketball: 40-0, national champions, player of the year in Brittney Griner
Cross country: Hosted NCAA south central regional; freshman Rachel Johnson was named all-region
Equestrian: Won national title
Golf: In NCAA postseason for first time since 2010
Soccer: 15-4-3. Reached second round of NCAA tournament for the first time in school history.
Softball: 33-19, 10-13 in Big 12; rank 25th nationally.
Tennis: Hosting NCAA 1st & 2nd rd; rank 12th nationally.
Women's track/field: Rank 23rd nationally.
Volleyball: 18-15. Reached NCAA first round.
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