When asked which ballpark he was most excited to go to that Texas Tech didn't get to play in last season, Tim Tadlock had plenty of options to choose from.
Texas Tech hit some key shots. It forced turnovers. And for nearly three quarters it gave No. 4 Baylor all it could handle. It just wasn't nearly enough in the end.
One of the Big 12's most powerful hitters is working to get back in the swing of things. Tyler Neslony's .498 career slugging percentage leads all league returners, a feat accomplished despite his health struggles the past two seasons.
PITCHER RYAN MOSELEY Texas Tech graduated its two top pitchers last season, Corey Taylor and Dominic Moreno. But Tim Tadlock has plenty of depth to replace the talents lost.
A year ago, Kholeton Sanchez wasn't strong enough. His arm has always been the key aspect to the Texas Tech catcher's game, but on Jan. 27, three weeks before the 2015 season was slated to begin, Sanchez underwent Tommy John surgery.
LAS VEGAS - For the second straight day, the Texas Tech softball team won its first game of the day, only to fall in the second.