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• No. 16/18 Baylor will face its first true road test of the season with a 6 p.m. first pitch at UTSA Wednesday evening in at Roadrunner Field in San Antonio.
• Wednesday's game will be available on CUSA.tv.
• Baylor is a 25-13 all-time against UTSA, including an 8-6 road record.
• The Lady Bears are coming off their first international regular season games in program history, going 3-2 at the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
• Last Friday's season opener was a top-20 matchup between No. 18/19 Baylor and No. 9/9 South Carolina of the SEC.
• The Lady Bears came away with a 4-1 victory, marking its first win over a top-20 opponent in a season opener in program history.
• Baylor faced two ranked opponents in the opening weekend for the first time since the 2010 season.  BU opened that campaign against 21st-ranked Louisville and also faced No. 14 Ohio State at the Houston Hobby Marriott Invitational in Houston, Texas. Baylor went 0-3 against ranked foes that weekend.
• Last weekend, the Lady Bears posted a 4-1 victory over then-No. 9/9 South Carolina in the season opener and then closed out the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge with an 8-2 loss to then-No. 3/2 Washington.
• Baylor opened the season with a road tournament for just the fourth time under Moore and second time in the past three seasons. BU opened the 2017 campaign at the Hillenbrand Invitational in Tucson, Ariz., going 3-2 against Fordham, Cal State Northridge, Northwestern, Tulsa and 10th-ranked Arizona.
• Baylor returns 13 letterwinners and seven position player starters from the 2018 squad that advanced to the program's eighth consecutive NCAA Regional.
• The Lady Bears add two transfers and a strong eight-member signing class to the 2019 roster.
• 19th-year associate head coach Mark Lumley was still recovering from cancer surgery and did not travel with the team to Puerto Vallarta.
• The Lady Bears have the fourth-longest tenured coaching staff in the country in head coach Glenn Moore, associate head coach Mark Lumley and assistant coach Britni Sneed Newman.
• The trio has been coaching together at Baylor for 16 seasons.
• Baylor went 15-6 last season in road games.
• A win would give Baylor a victory in its true road opener for the ninth time in 10 seasons.
• Baylor is 8-1 in road openers since 2010 and 11-7 under head coach Glenn Moore.
• A loss would give BU consecutive losses for the first time in non-conference play since dropping contests to BYU and LSU on March 24, 2018 at the Baton Rouge Round Robin.
• Baylor is on a four-game winning streak against the Roadrunners.
• Baylor went 8-2 on the road against Texas teams last season, only dropping contests at Houston in a non-conference doubleheader and in the NCAA Regional Final at No. 14 Texas A&M.
• Baylor is 2-0 when the opponent scores two runs or less in 2019.
• Freshman Kassidy Krupit hit the team's first home run against Liberty in the top of the seventh inning on Feb. 10, helping the Lady Bears top the Flames, 6-1, in Mexico.

QUICK HITS 
• Baylor has five games on its schedule against teams ranked in the preseason Coaches Top 10 and 16 games vs. the Coaches Top 25.
• Baylor is 1-1 against ranked opponents in 2019, going 4-8 against ranked foes last season.
• Baylor will play 24 games against 12 programs that advanced to the 2018 NCAA Regionals, including WCWS participants Washington and Oklahoma.
• Baylor was 2-1 when scoring first in 2019.
• Baylor is 266-97 over the last 7 seasons, averaging 38 wins per season since 2013.
• BU was picked 3rd in the Big 12 preseason coaches poll behind Oklahoma and Texas. 

LAST TIME VS. UTSA
• Baylor softball last faced the Roadrunners during the 2017 season, going 3-0 against UTSA in Waco at the Getterman Classic and a midweek contest.
• In game one, No. 23/24 Baylor softball used a combined shutout and 13-strikeout effort from the BU pitching staff to open the 16th annual Getterman Classic with a 5-0 win over UTSA on Feb. 16, 2017 at Getterman Stadium.
• Kelsee Selman (2-1) pitched a solid 5.0 innings of work for the Lady Bears, striking out 10 and allowing just one hit and no runs. The double-digit strikeout effort was the first in her time at Baylor and the third 10+ strikeout outing of her collegiate career.
• In game two, No. 23/24 Baylor softball split the final day of the 2017 Getterman Classic, clinching the tournament title with a walk-off, 7-6 win over UTSA (2-5).
• Against UTSA, Gia Rodoni took the start, going 4.2 innings and allowing five earned runs, while striking out five. Shelby McGlaun (1-1) picked up her first collegiate win in the circle, working the final 2.1 innings, blanking UTSA and allowing zero hits with a strikeout.
• As part of a midweek doubleheader, Baylor earned the 8-2 win over the Roadrunners on March 14.
• Facing UTSA in game two, Gia Rodoni (7-0) worked the first 5.0 innings, allowing two unearned runs on five hits, striking out three.