Brittany Hines continues to lead the Baker offense with 14.9 points per game. Emily Gibson is the only other Wildcat averaging in double figures with 13.4 points per game.
Graceland University (7-10, 2-7 HAAC) enters play riding a two-game losing streak after dropping contests to Benedictine College and Missouri Valley College. The Yellowjackets currently have three players averaging in double figure points. Josilyn Wilkes leads all scorers with 17.1 points per game, while Adria Jackson (15.8 ppg) and Florida Siaosi (12.0 ppg) follow closely behind.
The Baker men’s team (7-12, 3-6 HAAC) is coming off its biggest win of the season on Thursday evening, after upsetting local rival MidAmerica Nazarene, 81-71. It was the Wildcats‘ first victory over the Pioneers since the 1999-2000 season.
Since scoring a career-high 31 points at Bethany College (Kan.) in a non-conference clash, Jaris Wommack, Baker’s leading scorer is averaging 22 points per game, while ranking 15th nationally with a three-point field goal percentage of 46 percent. Wommack also ranks 19th nationally with 317 total points. Andre Strozier is the only other Wildcat averaging in double figures with 12.1 points per game.
Graceland (9-10, 4-5 HAAC) is coming off a 55-61 loss to Missouri Valley College on Thursday evening. Jake Smith, the Yellowjackets top player leads the team in points (17.7), rebounds (8.2) and blocks (.43) per game.
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