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9.19.09 | Volleyball

Baker Volleyball wins 16th consecutive gameMNU Tourney

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. On Saturday afternoon the ‘Cats took on Ottawa University and Grand View College with the exact same results defeating Ottawa 3-1 and Grand View 3-0. Brroke Pryor led the team with 64 kills on the weekend ranking her 13th nationally with 12.54 kills per game. Brooke Allen recorded 78 digs on the weekend ranking her 13th nationally with 4.8 digs per game. View their full box scores here

9.14.09 | Volleyball

Lady 'Cats sweep HAAC Player of the Week honors

The Baker women’s volleyball team received three conference honors on Monday. Brooke Pryor was named Player of the Week, Brooke Allen was named Libero of the Week, and Jana Boss was named Setter of the Week. Brooke Pryor was also the conference nominee for National Player of the Week.

9.13.09 | Volleyball

Lady ‘Cats dominate Baker InvitationalVolleyball

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.

9.12.09 | Volleyball

Lady 'Cats sweep all tournament games

Day 1 Tournament Results

TeamsGame ScoresResult
Baker vs Park25-19, 25-10, 25-23Baker
Baker vs Oklahoma City
25-21, 25-22,25-14
Baker
Univ. Soiux Falls vs Avila25-23,25-16,25-21Sioux Falls
William Jewell vs Ottawa20-25,25-20,25-23,25-13William Jewell
Benedictine vs Oklahoma City25-19,25-17,20-25,25-20Benedictine
William Jewell vs Univ. Sioux Falls25-14,25-23,25-19Sioux Falls
Avila vs Ottawa25-20,25-18,20-25,13-25,15-12Avila
Benedictine vs Park25-21,25-13,25-11Benedictine

Day 2 Tournament Results

TeamsGame ScoresResult
Avila vs Park25-23,21-25,25-13,25-15Avila
William Jewell vs Oklahoma City
20-25,25-18,25-15,25-11
OK City
Baker vs Ottawa25-10,25-15,25-11Baker
Benedictine vs Univ. Sioux Falls25-16,25-23,25-20Benedictine
Avila vs Oklahoma City25-15,25-19,25-13Oklahoma City
William Jewell vs Park25-16,25-19,25-13William Jewell
Baker vs Univ. Sioux Falls Scores Coming Soon Baker
Benedictine vs Ottawa Scores Coming Soon

ONE GOAL | 2009 BAKER VOLLEYBALL

9.2.09 | Volleyball

Baker takes HAAC opener at Avila UniversityBrooke Pryor

The Baker Wildcats took the HAAC opener Wednesday evening at Avila University defeating the Eagles by a score of 3-0,(25-15,25-20,25-23).  Junior Brooke Pryor (pictured) recorded 13 kills, while Junior Christina Delladio chipped in with 12.  Brooke Allen led Baker with 19 digs en route to the 'Cats first conference victory of 2009.  The Wildcats will travel to Chicago, Illinois this weekend where they will participate in a two day tournament at St. Xavier University.  Check back for full updates on this weekend's matches.

9.6.09 | Volleyball

Wildcats complete perfect weekend in Chicago2009 Baker Volleyball

This past weekend the Baker University volleyball team traveled to Chicago, Illinois to participate in the St. Xavier Classic. Coming into the weekend the ‘Cats had won 4 of their first 5 games, and they didn't plan on slowing down.


Volleyball 2009 Season Preview

Baker University volleyball coach Kathy Allen believes her team has it all - size, depth, skilled setters and a strong defense - to challenge again for a Heart of America Athletic Conference title.
"We do not have a weakness at any position," Allen said. "We will be strong at every single position and there will be competition to among our players." Junior Brooke Pryor, a second-team all-HAAC performer, is among the top returners for the Wildcats. The 6-foot outside hitter from Santa Fe Trail High School helped spark Baker's run to the HAAC title match last fall and earned second-team all-conference honors.

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