10.3.11 | Cross Country
BU men take third; women grab fifth at Planet Sub Invite
EMPORIA, Kan. – The Baker University cross country teams had another successful outing this past weekend at Emporia State University.
The Baker men’s squad took third place behind NCAA schools Northwest Missouri State and Fort Hays State University.
Aaron Caldwell led the way yet again for the BU men grabbing 15th overall with a time of 26:11.18 in the men’s 8k race. Corey Clark finished 26th with a time of 26:31.90 and Eric Larson rounded out the top three with a time of 26:46.06, good enough for 34th overall.
9.26.11 | Cross Country
Caldwell and Jaqua grab HAAC Runner of the Week honors
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Sophomore Lauren Jaqua and junior Aaron Caldwell have been named HAAC Runners of the Week the league office announced on Monday afternoon.
Jaqua claimed the top spot with a time of 18:46 over 5,000 meters at the Baker Open. She was less than a second off of her personal best time set last season at Fort Hays State.
Caldwell took 2nd place with a time of 26:49 on the Baker Open 8K course. His time was a full 10 seconds better than he ran last season on the same course.
9.3.11 | Cross Country
Wildcat runners open with wins at Maple Leaf Invitational
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker men’s and women’s cross country teams got their seasons started in style on Saturday afternoon, winning the Maple Leaf Invitational.
Sophomore Lauran Jaqua (Lansing, Kan.) took first place on the ladies side with a time of 15:43 in the 4k. Ashley McBride (Olathe, Kan.) took third and Kerry Kurta (Overland Park, Kan.) took fourth to round out the top five with respective times of 16:01 and 16:12. Lindsey McDonald of Park University took second with a time of 15:55.
9.1.11 | Cross Country
Baker cross country opens 2011 season on Saturday
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker men’s and women’s cross country squads will open up their seasons over the Labor Day weekend. The Wildcats will be hosting their annual Maple Leaf Invitational race on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the Baldwin City Golf Course.
After winning the 2010 HAAC Championship, the Baker women’s team has high hopes entering the season. With nearly everyone returning, coach Zach Kindler believes the ‘Cats should have all the pieces to make a splash on the national level.
8.19.11 | Men's Cross Country
Men’s cross country squad looks to challenge for HAAC title
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Taking second last season to Graceland University in the Heart of America Athletic Conference didn’t sit well with some the returners on this year’s men’s squad. With nearly a full squad returning, the team looks to be faster and stronger.
12.10.10 | Cross Country
Baker cross country teams travel to South Beach for a good cause
The Wildcats volunteered at the Feeding South Florida Food Bank
More than 1,000 pounds of food were sorted by Baker student-athletes
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker University cross country team closed out a successful fall season this past weekend when it traveled to South Florida for the Marathon of the Palm Beaches.
11.7.10 | Men's Cross Country
Baker men grab second place finish at HAAC meet
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - In the men’s 8-kilometer race, the Wildcats compiled 70 points to place second behind Graceland (16).
Baker junior Chris Scheideman finished 10th overall in 26:52.60 to qualify for the national meet in two weeks. Sophomore Aaron Caldwell (11th, 26:59.78) and sophomore Corey Clark (12th, 27:03.38) were close behind their Wildcat teammate.
Sophomore Taylor Nall (17th, 27:28.30), sophomore Eric Larson (25th, 27:48.39), junior Justin Hill (26th, 27:54.99) and freshman Jason Berry (31st, 28:18.25) rounded out Baker’s top seven runners at the meet.
Graceland’s Yonus Gebretinais (24:58.18) and Neil Grundman (25:52.32) placed 1-2 to lead the Yellowjackets to the team title.
11.4.10 | Cross Country
Cross Country teams set to host HAAC Championships on Saturday
As the 2010 Heart of America Athletic Conference cross country meet approaches, the outcome of the race for individual titles and team titles looks to be up in the air. Many new runners have joined the scene, making the meet even more interesting.