3.5.10 | Women's Basketball
Baker Athletics will offer a student fan bus to the women’s game at William Jewell College
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Baker University women’s basketball fans who want to watch the Wildcats in their quest for a HAAC Title can ride in style to the game by signing up for a charter bus to William Jewell College Saturday afternoon.
5.7.10 | Athletics
Baker baseball splits weekend series with Mount Mercy
- The Wildcats earned a split this past weekend with Mount Mercy
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - The Baker University baseball team split the weekend series with Mount Mercy, and now looks forward to a key home series with conference foe Culver-Stockton College on Wednesday afternoon.
3.10.10 | Baseball
Wildcats open HAAC play Wednesday afternoon against Culver-Stockton College
- Weather permitting the Wildcats will host Culver-Stockton Wednesday at 1:00 p.m.
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - The Baker University baseball team will prepare to open a new chapter in their 2010 season when they start Heart of America Athletic Conference play against Culver-Stockton College (4-8, 0-2) Wednesday afternoon. The Wildcats finished its non-conference schedule at 3-5 with wins against Ottawa University and Mount Mercy College.
3.10.10 | Baseball
Baker sweeps Culver-Stockton in HAAC opener
- Baker swept Culver-Stockton this afternoon.
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - A late inning surge keyed the Wildcats to victory in their HAAC opener on Wednesday afternoon. Trailing 5-0 heading into the seventh inning, the Wildcats mounted a five-run surge to tie the game up and send the contest into extra innings.
3.14.10 | Baseball
Baker baseball drops doubleheader at Lindenwood University
- Senior Dustin Moomau went five innings Sunday afternoon.
ST. CHARLES, Mo. - After starting out the season 2-0 in conference play, the Baker men's baseball team dropped a weekend doubleheader at Lindenwood University this past weekend. Baker dropped the first game 4-2 and the second 13-5.
3.15.10 | Wrestling
Baker wrestlers close out inaugural season at NAIA Championships
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - Baker University completed its inaugural wrestling season this past week at the 53rd Annual NAIA National Championships on the campus of Oklahoma City University. The Wildcats qualified 10 wrestlers for the championships. The Baker wrestlers placed 28th out of 38 teams in the competition.
The Wildcats were led by senior Levi Calhoun (285, Oklahoma City). Calhoun opend the championships with a huge victory over the fifth-rated heavyweight in the nation from the University of Great Falls. Calhoun followed up that victory with a second-round 3-2 decision over Willie Hernandez from Jamestown College. With that win, Calhoun advanced to the quarterfinals against Chas Maloch from McKendree College. Calhoun was 1-1 against Maloch during the regular season before losing a hard-fought battle 5-3 in the quarters.