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11.7.09 | Men's Cross Country

Baker men take fifth at HAAC ChampionshipsParker Bryant

LIBERTY, Mo. - Freshman Corey Clark (pictured) led the way for the Baker men on Saturday afternoon taking 11th place at the HAAC Championship with a time of 29:11.55 in the men's 8k race.

Following closely behind were Freshman Taylor Nall (30:26.04) and Parker Bryant (30:37.38).

"The men performed well. I think this was a solid way to close out the season heading into next year with such a young group," said coach Kindler.

View the full results.

Men's 8k Race (Stocksdale Park, Liberty, Mo.)

11. Corey Clark- 29:11.55
22. Taylor Nall- 30:26.04
24. Parker Bryant- 30:37.38
33. Eric Larson- 31:24.58
36. Aaron Caldwell- 31:37.93
40. Ryan Meyer- 31:56.41
43. Chris Duderstadt- 32:31.99
66. Keith Demint- 34:41.68
73. Kellen Kristoffesen- 37:43.56

10.17.09 | Men's Cross Country

Baker men take 8th at Ollie Isom Invitational

Taylor Nall led the way for the Baker men this weekend, finishing 31st out of 96 runners in the 5K with a time of 16:25.55.

Following closely behind was Aaron Caldwell, finishing with a time of 16:44.28 and placing 42nd.

Baker's Results

31. Taylor Nall- 16:25.55

42. Aaron Caldwell- 16:44.28

45. Eric Larson- 16:47.13

64. Parker Bryant- 17:31.96

73. Ryan Meyer- 17:50.86

76. Fred Lozano- 18:00.21

79. Joab Barr- 18:07.42

80. Keith DeMint- 18:09.53

81. Andy Hill- 18:10.87

85. Kellen Kristoffsen- 18:29.06

10.10.09 | Men's Cross Country

Baker men take 2nd place, two runners place in top 10

Aaron Caldwell led the way for the Baker men on Saturday placing fifth overall with a time of 28:58.76. Following closely behind was last week's nominee for HAAC Runner of the Week Corey Clark with a time of 29:37.74 placing him 10th overall. Taylor Nall, Eric Larson, Parker Bryant, Ryan Meyer and Keith Demint rounded out a total team score of 2:29:39.64 in the men's 8k run.

Baker will be back in action next weekend when they travel to the Ollie Isom Invitational. View the full results from this past weekend.

9.4.09 | Men's Cross Country

Baker men place fourth at Maple Leaf Invitational

In the men's 5K race, Baker placed fourth with 82 points. Kansas Wesleyan captured the team title with 46 points. Eric Larson (17:11.05), Parker Bryant (17:13.81), Aaron Caldwell (17:15.08) and Corey Clark (17:15.87) -- all freshmen -- finished 16th through 19th, respectively, with freshmen Taylor Nall (17:25.45) and Christopher Duderstadt (17:34.05) close behind. Baker Sophomore Chris Scheideman, competing unattached, finished eighth in 16:44.38.

10.2.09 | Men's Cross Country

Baker men place fourth at Planet Sub InvitationalCross Country

In the men’s 8k race in Emporia, Baker placed fourth with a total time of 2:17:34. Emporia State captured the team title winning with a total time of 2:10:11. Freshman Corey Clark was the Wildcats lead runner finishing 27th overall with a time of 26:56.03.

Baker will be back in action on October 16, when they travel to El Dorado, Kan. View the full meet results

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Head Baker University baseball coach Phil Hannon and the Keepers of the Legends Foundation will be hosting a participatory panel discussion on Apr. 22 at the Baldwin High School Performing Arts Center.

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Baker scored just four total runs in the entire series against the Pioneers, but it ended up being enough to earn a split this past weekend.

Chris Cummins picked up his team leading eighth victory in the series opener on Friday. Cummins gave up just three hits and one earned run in the complete game 2-1 victory. Josh Zach, Brett Lechien and Bryan Kindle led the BU offense with two hits apiece.

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker University baseball team couldn’t overcome the offensive power of 17th ranked Tabor College on Tuesday evening. The Jays‘ took the opener 10-3 and followed that with an 11-4 victory in the nightcap.

Bryan Kindle, Steven Stewart, and Ryan Thompson all recorded RBIs in the opener, but Tabor’s seven unanswered runs in the sixth and seventh innings sealed the Wildcats’ fate. View the game one box.

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