Two Big 12 teams have moved on to the second round of the 2012 NCAA Soccer Championship. Baylor and Texas Tech will both be in action on Friday.
The Big 12 has now advanced at least two teams to the second round of the NCAA Championship in 15 of the league's 17 seasons.
Third-seeded Baylor will travel to Chapel Hill, N.C., to take on Georgetown at 3 p.m., while Texas Tech will face top-seeded Florida State at 6 p.m. in Tallahassee, Fla.
The Big 12 is 61-27-10 against non-conference opponents this season, including records of 7-2-1 against Conference USA opponents, 6-0 against the Missouri Valley, 5-0 versus the Big Sky and 4-1 against the Big West.
BU is second in the nation in goals-against average (.496) and sixth in won-lost-tied percentage (.870). The Bears have posted a league-high 13 shutouts this season.
Baylor has the league's most productive offense, averaging 6.43 points and 2.39 goals per game off of 21.74 shots per game. Texas Tech is second in all offensive categories.
The Big 12 has had at least one team ranked in the top 25 all season and has had multiple teams ranked in the same week 11 times. Six teams have received votes at some point this season.