3.27.10 | Track and Field
Wildcat men win Baker Relays, women take second
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - The Baker men's track and field team won its first outdoor event of the 2010 season this past weekend at the BU Relays. The Baker women took second.
The men's squad was highlighted by the 4x100 meter relay team that took first-place, running the event in a time of 42.24. The Wildcats also claimed victory in the 4x800 meter relays with a time of 8:22.47.
Individually, Aaron Hannon (pictured) was stellar in the men's pole vault clearing a height of 4.26 meters to take first-place, earning the squad 10 points.
3.26.10 | Track and Field
Wildcats set to host Baker Relays
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - The Wildcats track and field team will return to competition Saturday at the Baker Relays Invitational at Liston Stadium. Running and field events begin at 11 a.m., except for javelin and pole vault, which begin at noon.
William Jewell, Iowa Western, Benedictine, Central Methodist University, Ottawa University, Missouri Valley College, Highland CC, Park University, Sterling College, Wentworth Military Academy and Bethel College will all be represented in the meet.
The Baker Relays will be the first outdoor competition for the Wildcats in the 2010 season. Next week, Baker heads to Emporia, Kan., for the ESU/State Farm Relays.
2.21.10 | Track and Field
Baker men take fourth, women fifth at HAAC Indoor Championships
LAMONI, Iowa - The Baker University track and field squads competed at the 2010 HAAC Indoor Track and Field Championships held at Graceland University this past weekend. The women's team placed fifth overall with 87 points while the men ranked fourth, totaling 74 points over the two-day event.
The Lindenwood women's and men's squads swept the championship, with each team capturing the 2010 HAAC Indoor crown.
2.8.10 | Men's Track and Field
Wildcats take third in Lincoln
LINCOLN, Neb. – The Baker men’s track and field team took third place this past weekend at the Nebraska Wesleyan University Triangular with an overall score of 73.
Freshman Reggie Harris highlighted the weekend’s events with a first-place finish in the long jump (6.62 meters) and a second-place finish in the 55 meter (6.47 seconds).
Senior Brian Korn also led the Wildcats with a second-place finish in the shot put and a third-place finish in the weight throw. Korn threw distances of 15.27 meters and 16.53 meters, respectively.
The Wildcats also earned points from Tanner Gleason and Bradley Walker’s efforts in the 200 meter. Gleason clocked in at 24.02 for a fourth-place finish, and Walker’s time of 24.17 was good enough for fifth place.
Baker returns to competition this Friday at the Pittsburg State Invitational.
1.25.10 | Men's Track and Field
NWU Invitational recap
LINCOLN, Neb. - The Wildcat indoor track and field team competed in the Nebraska Wesleyan University Invitational over the weekend.
Several athletes had strong performances, including sophomore JL Anderson (pictured) who finished 6th in the 200 meter with a time of 22.67, and Devin Wilson who took 9th in the 400 meter with a time of 51.51. Taylor Nall also highlighted Baker’s weekend with a 9th-place finish in the 3000 meter. Nall clocked in at 9:01.18.
12.12.09 | Track and Field
Baker caps finals week at KSU All-Comers
MANHATTAN, Kan. - The Baker University men's and women's track & field teams ended a week of final exams by participating in the KSU All-Comers indoor meet, Saturday, December 12, in Manhattan, Kan.
Senior Brian Korn (pictured) posted a fourth-place finish in the men's shot put and finished seventh in the weight throw to lead the Wildcats.
Korn had an effort of 48-feet, 0.6-inches en route to the fourth-place finish in the shot put and 52-feet, 10-inch effort in the weight throw.View the full results here.
3.8.12 | Tennis
Baker tennis teams making strides heading into spring break trip
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker University tennis teams are off to full action after playing their opening matches of the 2012 season.
The Baker women (1-2) opened the season with a 5-4 victory over Stephens College, before dropping back-to-back matches against Rockhurst and Johnson County Community College.
“I’m really looking forward to the rest of our season,” said Baker head tennis coach Joe Ahmadian. “We still have an incomplete line-up heading into our spring break trip, but we should be back at full strength once we get back.”
3.7.11 | Tennis
Tennis teams geared up for outdoor season
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. -The Baker tennis season is well under way as the men’s team remains winless and the women’s team holds a 1-2 record. The two losses for the men and women’s teams have come against NCAA DII squads. Both teams dropped the season opener against Newman University 9-0.
The women rebounded nicely against NAIA opponent Tabor College. Caitlin Metseff clinched the win for the women’s team with a 6-3, 2-6, (10-8) victory.