10.31.09 | Football
Baker takes down William Jewell 26-6
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - The Wildcats got off to a slow start on Saturday afternoon when they took on conference rival William Jewell College. Richie Bryant led the way for the Baker offense amassing 228 yards of total offense, 151 yards on the ground and 77 receiving.
Baker broke the game open in the 3rd quarter when senior quarterback Mack Brown threw a 77 yard touchdown pass to Bryant to put the Wildcats ahead 19-6.
Quarterback Mack Brown continues to close in on the 8,000 yard mark for his career. With his 130 yards of passing today he now sits at 7,910 yards in his career ranking No. 1 all-time on the Baker charts.
10.24.09 | Football
Baker rolls Graceland 44-7
Mack Brown (pictured) led the way Saturday scoring three touchdowns, two in the air and one on the ground. The Baker offense racked up 388 yards, 188 of which came from senior running back Richie Bryant.
Matt Brock led the way defensively with 10 tackles and one interception for a touchdown. Andrew Patch also grabbed an interception that was returned for a touchdown.
Graceland finally got on the scoreboard Saturday thanks to a 26 yard run by Jerome Messam with 5 minutes remaining in regulation.
10.24.09 | Football
Baker at Graceland preview
399 yards of total offense and a 41-3 victory capped off the 2008 match-up between Graceland and Baker.
Look for things to be a little more evenly matched on Saturday. The Wildcats come into play 3-3, while the Yellowjackets sit at 2-4. Graceland has lost four straight games by an average of 27 points during the streak.
10.19.09 | Football
Doerfler wins Special Teams Player of the Week honors for the second time this season
When senior Derek Doerfler hit a 36-yard field goal Saturday evening to give Baker the early 5-0 lead, he was making school history. Doerfler officially passed Mike Gardner '89 on the all-time charts with his 42nd career field goal as a Wildcat.
10.17.09 | Football
Baker takes down Benedictine 29-21
Benedictine pushed Baker all the way to the end, showing everyone why the Heart of America Athletic Conference is so tough.
Baker has now defeated the Ravens four-consecutive years improving their overall series record to 13-12-1.
10.17.09 | Football
Baker hosts Benedictine on Maple Leaf Festival weekend
The Wildcats will look to get back on track this weekend when they take on HAAC rival Benedictine College. The Wildcats come into play 2-3, while the Ravens come in at 3-3.
Baker and Benedictine have both played common opponents in Missouri Valley, MidAmerica Nazarene and Avila University. The Wildcats opened with those three opponents, and the Ravens met the same three the past three weekends. Both squads beat Avila and lost to the other two.
10.10.09 | Football
Baker football falls to No. 3 Lindenwood
The Lindenwood offense came out firing on Saturday afternoon on a dreary, cold and cloudy day in St. Charles, Mo. The Lions racked up nearly 500 yards of total offense, 280 passing and 194 rushing on their way to a 52-30 victory.
Baker quarterback Mack Brown passed for 247 yards with 1 touchdown and running back Richie Bryant rushed for 135 yards with 2 touchdowns in a game where Baker never seemed to be able to catch up.
No. 3 Lindenwood improved to 6-0 on the season, while Baker dropped to 2-3.
Baker will be back in action next weekend when they take on conference rival Benedictine College (3-3) at 6 p.m. from Liston Stadium in Baldwin City, Kan.View the full box score and season stats here.
10.9.09 | Football
No. 3-ranked Lindenwood next for Baker University
Baldwin City, Kan. — No. 3-ranked Lindenwood, the lone unbeaten team in the Heart of America Athletic Conference, will play host to Baker University at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Charles, Mo.
The Lions (5-0) lead the conference in points scored (57.6 points per game), total offense (534 yards) and points allowed (16.8).