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5.5.10 | Sports Medicine

Lynn Bott To Be Inducted Into NATA Hall of FameLynn Bott

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - Lynn Bott, director of sports medicine at Baker University, will officially be inducted into the National Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame on Thursday, June 24, 2010, in Philadelphia.

This prestigious honor is bestowed on certified athletic trainers who have made a difference in the profession.

"Dedication, innovation, loyalty and leadership are common traits among Hall of Fame members," said NATA Executive Director Eve Becker-Doyle, CAE. "Those who receive the honor serve as an inspiration to their peers and as role models to the next generation of certified athletic trainers."

5.7.10 | Baseball

Four Wildcats named All-Conference
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Nick Peterson pictured with his parents on Senior Day.

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - Four Baker student-athletes were among the list of All-Heart of America Athletic Conference baseball players, released Thursday afternoon. In a vote by league coaches, pitcher Chris Cummins (Corona, Calif.) garnered first-team accolades, followed by senior second baseman Nick Peterson (Olathe, Kan.) who along with being named to the first-team, was also awarded the gold glove for his stellar play at second base.

5.10.10 | Softball

Wildcats grab three all-HAAC selections, look forward to 2011
Matt Windle and the Wildcats
Coach Windle took the Wildcats to new heights in 2010.

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - After advancing to the HAAC Playoffs for the first time in four years, the Wildcats added more accolades to a team that had already reached new heights. As selected by league coaches, the Wildcats had three players named to the Heart of America all-conference team.

5.13.10 | Spirit Squad

Schreiner stepping down as spirit squad coach
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Jeremy Webb with the 2005-06 team.

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - After serving as the head spirit squad coach for the past two seasons, head coach Taylor Schreiner announced she will be stepping down to pursue her masters degree.

Schreiner broke the news to the spirit squad members last week at practice. "I have certainly loved my time at Baker! Everyone here has been very supportive of me and the cheer squad," Schreiner said on Sunday. "I'm very confident that I am leaving a strong foundation of current members and new members that will help the cheer squad grow and achieve the success that I know they are capable of and deserve! I have enjoyed this experience and will miss everyone, but I feel like this is the time to continue to pursue my masters. I am confident that Jeremy will be a fantastic fit as the next head spirit squad coach at Baker."

5.17.10 | Baseball

Negro Leagues Baseball Museum exhibit to open on May 18

Discover Greatness

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. — The Baker University baseball program is teaming up with the National Negro Leagues Baseball Museum to showcase the great American pastime in Baldwin City.

5.18.10 | Wrestling

Wrestling inks six to National Letters of Intent
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Jordan Basks, Da'Koda Basks and Blake Mallory sign with Baker University.

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - The Baker University wrestling team has signed Jordan Basks, Da'Koda Basks, Blake Mallory, Beau Bennett, Trevor Boyer and Todd Curtis to National Letters of Intent, coach Jimmy May announced on Monday.

5.18.10 | Track and Field

Ten Baker track and field athletes headed to nationals
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Aaron Hannon will look to bring home a National Championship in the decathlon.

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - The Baker University men's and women's outdoor track and field teams will have 10 representatives at the 2010 NAIA Track and Field National Championships held at Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Ind., May 27-29.

5.25.10 | Softball

Kelsey Epperson named NAIA Scholar-Athlete
Kelsey Epperson
Senior Kelsey Epperson had career-high numbers in 2010.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Baker University softball player, Kelsey Epperson, was among 275 student-athletes honored today as a Daktronics/NAIA All-America Scholar-Athlete, released by the national office in Kansas City, Mo.

Nominated by each institution's head coach, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and have achieved junior academic status to qualify.

The Wildcats finished the season 18-31 under first-year head coach Matt Windle and made the playoffs for the first time in four years.

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