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9.5.09 | Men's Soccer

Wildcats stay undefeated

Matt Germain got things started for the Baker Wildcats netting his first goal of the season on Saturday just 10 minutes into play. Shortly thereafter freshman Nick Aguilar scored the first goal of his college career, helping 12th-ranked Baker improve their overall season record to 2-0.

"We battled hard for the first 25 minutes and put the pressure on, which ended up creating some opportunities for us," stated Coach Houser. Late in the game Kome Okiomah was credited with his second goal of the season en route to the 3-0 shutout victory. Goalkeeper Alex Burton made two saves in the contest for his second straight shutout of the year.

Baker will be back in action Sunday afternoon when they face No. 23 McKendree College.

Men's Soccer wins season openerKome Okiomah

Kome Okiomah (pictured) scored the lone goal in the WIldcats' season opener at Morningside College on Sunday. Ten minutes into the second half Okiomah was set up by an assist from Luke Haidarovic, lifting the No. 12 Wildcats to their first victory of 2009.

Baker outshot the Mustings 19-5 in the contest.

Baker goalkeeper Alex Burton made three saves in the contest to earn the shutout.

View the full box score here

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Men's Soccer ranked No. 12 nationally

The finale of Baker's 2008 men's soccer season is still fresh in the minds of the players and fans who traveled to the NAIA National Tournament in Fresno, Calif. While players and fans are looking for a way to erase the bitterness of the loss to No. 11 Westmont in a 1-0 shutout, Head Coach Nate Houser is in no hurry to erase that memory. In fact, he wants his players to remember it and use it as motivation.

Men's Soccer ranked No. 12 nationally

The finale of Baker's 2008 men's soccer season is still fresh in the minds of the players and fans who traveled to the NAIA National Tournament in Fresno, Calif. While players and fans are looking for a way to erase the bitterness of the loss to No. 11 Westmont in a 1-0 shutout, Head Coach Nate Houser is in no hurry to erase that memory. In fact, he wants his players to remember it and use it as motivation.

4.26.12 | Golf

Baker women take second; men grab third at BU Invitational

BU Spring Invite

LAWRENCE, Kan. – Mattie Willmore of Avila University (Mo.) took the overall crown on the women’s side shooting a two-day total of 168 and Ben Johnson of Bethany College (Kan.) shot a three-day total of 218 to take a one shot victory over Avila’s Geoffrey Gahn.

Stacy Yowell of Baker took second place overall with a two-day total of 178 and Keeley Brunner of Graceland rounded out the women’s top three with a 180.

4.25.12 | Men's Golf

Bethany College leads BU Invitational after day one

Mason Dick

LAWRENCE, Kan. – Bethany College (Kan.) jumped out to a whopping 26 stroke lead to open up play at the two day Baker University Spring Invitational held at Alvamar Golf Club in Lawrence.

James Tisdale led the Swedes shooting a two round total of 144 (71,73). Ben Johnson (146), Jose Lelode Larrea (146), and Jack Hiscock (150) all rounded out the top five along with Avila’s Geoffrey Gahn who sits just one shot behind the leader after firing a 145.

Avila University sits in second place with a final total of 607 and Baker University holds down third place with a total of 628.

Mason Dick led all Baker golfers with a final total of 151 (70, 81), good enough for seventh overall. Andy Kelley finished with 158 (80, 78) and Michael Wissmann closed out with a 159 (80, 79) to round out the Wildcats top three.

Round three resumes on Thursday morning with a shotgun start at 8 a.m.

Team Leaderboard with Players


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Player

To ParThruScoresTotal
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+47:39289291E-
1James Tisdale

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T3Ben Johnson

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T3Jose Lelode Larrea

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T5Jack Hiscock

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T10Thatcher Keast

+10 8:518272--

2Avila University

+307:39306300E-
2Geoffrey Gahn

+1 7:397372--
T7Gary Lessor

+7 8:157972--
T10Zac Weese

+10 8:337876--
T14John Bradish

+13 9:007780--
T20Keenan Richcreek

+15 7:577881--
T34Chris Kemp

+21 9:008580--
T48Spencer Phillips

+28 8:518785--

3Baker University

+527:30310318E-
T7Mason Dick

+7 7:307081--
T18Andy Kelley

+14 7:488078--
T20Michael Wissmann

+15 8:068079--
23Zach Pickett

+16 8:428080--
T48Kelley Thompson

+28 8:248686--
T42Luke Harshfield ( I )

+25 9:098485--
T46Jacob Draisey ( I )

+27 9:098685--
T50Kevin Hostetter ( I )

+29 9:099083--
T50Eric Reimer ( I )

+29 9:098489--
53Alex Bulk ( I )

+31 9:008491--
55Vance Beiser ( I )

+41 9:009095--

4Missouri Valley

+537:39323306E-
T5Jordan Dickson

+6 7:398070--
T14Josh Coletti

+13 7:578176--
T28Cody Hugunin

+19 8:158083--
T28Jay Stafford

+19 8:518281--
T34Brodie McGregor

+21 8:338679--
24Alex Christensen ( I )

+17 9:278378--
T25Drew Tucker ( I )

+18 9:188082--
T36Ethan Biles ( I )

+22 9:278878--
T36Dave Wheatley ( I )

+22 9:278878--
T46Shane Harder ( I )

+27 9:278982--

5Evangel University

+587:39319315E-
9Christian Bechard

+8 7:397973--
T12Tim Wagaman

+11 7:577976--
T42Cole Johnson

+25 8:157990--
T42Tyler Spencer

+25 8:338287--
T42Cale Ramsey

+25 8:519079--

6Graceland University

+647:30322318E-
T12Tim Redding

+11 7:307679--
T14Trent Ranney

+13 7:488275--
T28Mikhail Ziskos

+19 8:068479--
T38Matt Miller

+23 8:248285--
T38Jesse Still

+23 8:428285--
54Jon Bowman ( I )

+32 9:188789--

7Central Methodist

+697:30314331E-
56Austin Rapp

+10 8:4282W--
T14Tyler Peasel

+13 8:247780--
T18Nathaniel Oliver

+14 8:067682--
T28Ty Lieberman

+19 7:308380--
T40Andrew Behrle

+24 7:487989--
T28Wesley Sowell ( I )

+19 9:188677--
T50Logan McDaniel ( I )

+29 9:188885--

8Sterling College

+717:30324323E-
T20Tanner George

+15 8:428277--
T25Stephen Austin

+18 7:308379--
T25Jacob Gose

+18 8:247884--
33Jackson Ronnei

+20 7:488183--
T40Layton Bogle

+24 8:068385--

3.28.11 | Men's Golf

Men’s golf opens spring season with seventh-place finish

Team Photo

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Baker University men’s golf team competed in its first spring tournament of the year this past weekend, hosted by Evangel University at the Rivercut Golf Club.

Friday’s round saw temperatures in the mid 30’s with 25 mph winds. Players had to deal with intermittent rain showers throughout play, before the sun finally peaked out late in the day.

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