10.27.09 | Men's Soccer
UMKC takes down Baker
KANSAS CITY, MO. - The No. 16 Baker Wildcats of the NAIA Heart of America Athletic Conference traveled to UMKC on Tuesday evening to take on the 5-7-2 Kangaroos of the NCAA Summit League for a NAIA/NCAA nonconference showdown
UMKC got on the scoreboard first 14 minutes into the first half when David Sarabia received a pass from John Bayron Sosa and shot the ball past goalkeeper Alex Burton into the lower-left corner of the net from 20 yards out.
10.27.09 | Volleyball
Baker volleyball wins 30th game
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - The Baker women's volleyball team claimed its 30th victory of the season on Tuesday evening against William Jewell College.
Offensively the ’Cats were led by junior Christina Delladio, who recorded 15 kills in the contest. Following closely behind was HAAC leader, Brooke Pryor, who recorded 12.
Defensively, Brooke Allen was at it again. Allen recorded 46 digs in the contest, and continues to lead the NAIA with 6.8 digs per set.
10.30.09 | Soccer
Senior Night on tap for men's and women’s soccer programs
The Baker women will get things started when they face Culver-Stockton College at 5:30 p.m. at Liston Stadium. The Baker women hold an 11-5 overall record and 5-2 mark in conference play. They sit in second place in the Heart of America Athletic Conference standings, two games behind Graceland University.
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.
11.3.09 | Soccer, Volleyball
Soccer & volleyball close out their regular seasons tonight
On Friday, the women's game between Baker and Culver-Stockton didn’t look like a key match in the Heart of America Athletic Conference standings. However, tonight Baker will play a match that means everything in the HAAC standings. Baker comes into play 6-2 in the HAAC, while Graceland sits at 8-0, two games ahead of Baker.
Alix Schiraldi leads the team offensively with nine goals and six assists on the season. Maggie Dupes continues her stellar play in goal, recording her 10th shutout of the season with the 6-0 defeat of Culver-Stockton.
The Baker men come into play tonight 4-1-3 in the Heart of America Athletic Conference, while Graceland sits at 5-3, just half a game behind Baker. Luke Haidarovic (pictured) leads the way offensively for the ’Cats after netting his first hat trick of the season Friday against Culver-Stockton College. Haidarovic leads the team in goals with nine on the year.
Alex Burton keeps the Baker goal on lockdown, recording his seventh shutout of the season against Culver-Stockton.
11.3.09 | Baker Soccer
Women fall 2-0, men tie 0-0 in double overtime to Graceland
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - In a game that seemed like it was dominated by Baker, it was Baker that ended up on the short end falling 2-0 to Graceland University.
The Wildcats outshot the Yellow Jackets 12-4 in the contest, Graceland goalkeeper Leslie Danner was stellar in goal stopping all 12 shots against.
Graceland got on the scoreboard 18 minutes into the contest when Karina Vega placed a perfect corner kick into the middle of the box for Shay Eskridge. Eskridge headed the ball over Maggie Dupes of Baker to give Graceland the early 1-0 advantage.
11.5.09 | Men's Basketball
Baker travels to Central Methodist Invitational to begin 2009 season
Fayette, MO. - The Baker University men's basketball team will kick off their 2009 campaign Friday evening when they take on the University of St. Mary at the Central Methodist Invitational.
Seniors Brock Entner (pictured) and Malcolm Greer will look to lead the way for a handful of newcomers and transfers added to the Baker lineup. Greer was the Wildcats' leading scorer in 2008, averaging 13.5 points per game, while Entner sat just behind Greer at 11.6 points per game.