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.
10.24.10 | Cross Country
Cross country teams have strong showing at NAIA Mid-States
WINFIELD, Kan. - The Baker cross country teams ended the regular season on Saturday at the NAIA Mid-States Classic. The women’s team finished third out of 23 teams and the men came in fifth out of 20 squads.
9.26.10 | Men's Cross Country
Baker women take fourth at OSU Jamboree, men take eighth
STILLWATER, Okla. – The Baker University cross country program turned in another successful weekend at the OSU Jamboree this past weekend. The Baker women took fourth-place out of 30 teams, the men took eighth-place out of 23 teams.
9.4.10 | Cross Country
Baker men and women take third-place at Maple Leaf Invitational
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker University women’s cross country team took third-place Saturday afternoon at the Maple Leaf Invitational. Freshman Lauren Jaqua led the Baker women with a time of 15:35.80, good for seventh-place overall in the women’s 4k run.
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.”