9.13.09 | Men’s Soccer
No. 8 Baker takes down Southern Nazarene to stay undefeated
The Baker men’s soccer team continues to dazzle early on in their 2009 campaign. On Saturday afternoon the men traveled to Olathe, KS to play a neutral site game against Southern Nazarene University.
The squad rose to the challenge yet again earning a 2-1 victory in overtime to remain undefeated on the season.
10 minutes into the 2nd half Kome Okiomah scored the first goal of the game giving Baker the 1-0 lead. Southern Nazarene quickly responded 10 minutes later when they tied the game up 1-1.
With time ticking away in overtime, Odaine Sinclair challenged a bouncing ball at the top of SNU’s box and got the ball to Ethan Bauer for the open net goal to capture the 2-1 victory.
Baker will be back in action next weekend when they take on Oklahoma Christian University.
9.13.09 | Volleyball
Lady ‘Cats dominate Baker Invitational
The Baker University volleyball team had high hopes coming into this weekend, and they didn’t disappoint. The ‘Lady Cats went undefeated on the weekend defeating Park University, Oklahoma City University, Ottawa University, and The University of Sioux Falls.
“I was very proud of the team this weekend. We won the games we were supposed to win, and our best match of the weekend against Oklahoma City University was a clinic in great volleyball. We’ve never beaten them before, so it was thrilling for the team,” said Coach Allen.
9.19.09 | Men’s Soccer
Baker men’s soccer wins a thriller Saturday evening
Coming into play Saturday, the Wildcats knew things wouldn't be easy when they took on Oklahoma Christian University. Baker scored the first goal 20 minutes into the first half when Jacob Chiarelli received a cross from Kome Okiomah and swiftly blasted the ball past the goalkeeper of OCU.
9.19.09 | Volleyball
Baker Volleyball wins 16th consecutive game
The Baker women’s volleyball team continued their hot streak this past weekend, when they swept all four games at the MidAmerica Invitational. On Friday afternoon Baker defeated Sterling College and Grace College 3-0 respectively.
9.19.09 | Football
Baker rolls Avila 41-0
The Baker offense and defense were finally on the same page on Saturday afternoon when they faced conference foe Avila University. Richie Bryant was back to his 2008 form after rushing for 242 yards with 2 touchdowns and one breakaway 76 yard gain. Senior quarterback Mack Brown led the way on the air attack throwing for 180 yards with 3 touchdowns.
Defensively Matt Brock led the way with 8 solo tackles and 1 sack. Junior Colton Miller recorded his third interception of the season ranking him 2nd overall in the NAIA.
9.23.09 | Volleyball
Lady 'Cats home opener tonight at Collins Center, game to be featured on webcast
The Lady 'Cats of Baker have racked up 16 consecutive wins coming into play tonight. Brooke Pryor, Brooke Allen, and Jana Boss swept the weekely HAAC awards for the second consecutive week (HAAC and School records). The Wildcats sit at 17-1 on the season, and are currently receiving 9 votes in the NAIA Top 25 poll. Brooke Pryor leads the HAAC with 4.15 kills per game, and ranks 11th nationally in the same category. The game will be featured as a Dakstats webcast beginning at 7:00 p.m. To view the webcast click here.
9.24.09 | Men’s Soccer
Baker men’s soccer retains No. 4 ranking in NAIA Top 25
Coming off a weekend where Baker went 2-0 defeating Oklahoma Christian University and Buena Vista University, Baker remained in the same position in the most recent NAIA soccer poll. Saturday evening Baker University won a thriller against Oklahoma Christian University. Luke Haidarovic scored on a header with less than two minutes to play on a great cross from Ethan Bauer.
9.25.09 | Men's Soccer
Baker men's soccer wins 3-0 over Grand View University
The Baker men's soccer team won again on Friday evening when they faced Grand View University (5-4-0). Matt Germain, Luke Haidarovic and Blaine Snipstal all scored en route to the 3-0 shutout. Alex Burton recorded his fourth shutout of the season as Baker improved to 6-0-1 on the year