9.4.10 | Cross Country
Maple Leaf Invitational set for Saturday
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - With some of the top teams in the area traveling to Baker University this upcoming weekend, head coach Zach Kindler feels as if the Baker cross country teams will have an opporitunity to measure themselves early.
On the women’s side, No. 14 Kansas Wesleyan will enter the invitational as the favorite. The Baker women enter as defending champions.
“I’m pretty excited about this meet,” said head coach Zach Kindler. “I think we’ve got the talent and potential, we’re just taking things one day at a time.”
8.20.10 | Cross Country
Kindler and company will look to make a splash in the HAAC
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - Baker University cross country coach Zach Kindler is thrilled the 2010 roster resembles the 2009 list of Wildcat runners.
The Wildcats return their top five runners from the men's and women's squad. Kindler, entering his fourth season at Baker, hopes the experience of placing fourth in the women's Heart of America Athletic Conference meet and fifth in the men's HAAC meet carries over this fall.
11.7.09 | Women's Cross Country
Baker women take 4th at HAAC Championships
LIBERTY, Mo. - The Baker women didn't quite perform up to their standards on Saturday afternoon at the HAAC Championships. The women posted an overall time of 1:53:02.54.
Corinna Papps led the way for the Baker women posting a time of 22:15.15 in the 5K race. Following closely behind were Devin Freeman who came in 19th with a time of 22:21.31 and Molly Schmeidler who placed 20th with a time of 22:25.02.
10.24.09 | Women's Cross Country
Corinna Papps leads the way at Mid-States Invitational
The Baker runners traveled to Southwestern College this past weekend to participate in the Mid-States Invitational. Freshman Corinna Papps (pictured) led the Baker women to a 7th place finish out of 22 teams, posting a time of 19:43.77 (27th overall).
Freshman Lindsey Brown placed 34th with a time of 19:59.15 in the women's 5k run. Baker will be idle next weekend before they head to the HAAC Championships the following weekend. View the full results.
10.17.09 | Women's Cross Country
Lindsey Brown continues to dazzle with third-straight top 10 finish
The Baker women's cross country team traveled to Butler Community College this weekend to participate in the Ollie Isom Invitational. Freshman Lindsey Brown continued her streak of top 10 finishes by completing the women's 4K run in 15:26.25 for 10th place.
Freshman Corinna Papps had another good showing, placing 18th with a time of 15:43.91.
The Baker women placed fourth with a time of 1:19:53.60.
10. Lindsey Brown- 15:26.25
18. Corinna Papps- 15:43.91
27. Brooke Grieger- 16:16.92
28. Mary Loveland- 16:23.02
29. Molly Schmeidler- 16:24.77
49. Kelli Newins- 17:36.67
62. Dana Loveland- 18:15.97
10.2.09 | Women's Cross Country
Baker women take third at Planet Sub Invitational
In the women's 5k run in Emporia, Baker University finished third with a total time of 1:39:30.57. Lindsey Brown led the way finishing in sixth place with a time of 19:07.77. Following closely behind was freshman Corinna Papps (pictured) who placed 17th with a time of 19:40.33.
Baker will be back in action on October 16 when they travel to El Dorado, Kan. View full invitational results.
10.7.09 | Women's Cross Country
Baker women receive three votes in NAIA top 25 poll
After a strong showing last weekend, the Lady 'Cat runners have offcially received national recognition. The team will look to improve on their ranking this weekend when they travel to William Jewell College on Saturday. View the full NAIA poll here
10.10.09 | Women's Cross Country
Baker runners grab three top-10 finishes in 5k at William Jewell Invitational
After receiving votes this past week in the NAIA Top 25 poll, the women had no intention of slowing down or letting up. Baker placed three runners in the top 10 this past weekend. Freshman Lindsey Brown, HAAC Runner of the Week finished second with a time of 21:01.34. Freshman Corinna Papps also had a fine showing placing fourth overall with a time of 21:36.72. Molly Schmeidler rounded out the top 10 for Baker placing seventh with a time of 22:17.96.
Look for the Baker women to continue to climb in the next NAIA Top 25 poll on Tuesday. Baker will be back in action next weekend when they travel to the Ollie Isom Invitational. View the full results here.