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10.26.11 | Volleyball

Wildcats guaranteed a share of 2011 HAAC Title

BU vs Avila

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Baker women’s volleyball team made quick work out of Avila University Wednesday evening, defeating the Eagles in straight sets, 25-16, 25-13, and 25-21.

Christina Delladio led the way offensively recording 13 kills and two blocks. Sydney Pemberton added to the offensive output with 11 kills and 1.5 blocks.

10.26.11 | Wrestling

No. 15 Wildcats to open season Nov. 6 with Dan Harris Classic

Live the Life - Baker Wrestling

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker University wrestling team, ranked No. 15 in the NAIA, opens its 2011-12 season on Nov. 6 when it hosts the third annual Dan Harris Open at the George F. Collins Convention Center.

On the heels of its second consecutive undefeated season, the Wildcats are looking to build on last year’s success at the NAIA National Championships when heavyweight Levi Calhoun and 145-pound Jarell Price earned the first NAIA All-America honors for the ’Cats, entering their year of wrestling.

10.31.11 | Basketball

Wildcats rebuild and reload for 2011-12 under new head coach Ben Lister

2011-12 Previews

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – After losing its starting five to graduation, the Baker women’s basketball team looks to turn to a new chapter in the 2011-12 season as head coach Ben Lister takes over the reins.

Senior Gloria Atanmo (Avondale, Ariz.) is the top returner from last year’s squad. Other key returners are senior Rae Lynne Stewart (Independence, Mo.) and sophomore Rachel Taghaboni (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Atanmo played in 28 games last season, averaging 4.9 points and 3.5 rebounds per game. Taghaboni and Stewart played in 30 and 26 games, respectively.

11.1.11 | Athletics

Title Tuesday

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Three Baker athletic teams in action tonight could clinch a conference championship.

11.1.11 | Volleyball

BU volleyball team takes regular season HAAC crown

2011 HAAC VB Champs!

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker University volleyball team won its first regular season HAAC championship under head coach Kathy Allen Tuesday evening with a 3-0 victory over Peru State College.

Baker (24-10, 9-0 HAAC) won each of the three sets by a score of 26-24 in comeback fashion.

Senior Sydney Pemberton led the way offensively with nine kills, while Jasmyn Turner and Christina Delladio each added seven. Delladio also had nine blocks in the contest.

11.1.11 | Women's Soccer

No. 21 Baker defeats Missouri Valley for HAAC title

2011 HAAC Champs

MARSHALL, Mo. – Ashley Ukena put Baker on the scoreboard first in the 34th minute on goal from Ashley Mauck and Alexa Fryer added an insurance goal in the 41st minute as Baker went on to win the 2011 HAAC Regular Season Conference Championship.

Goalkeeper Maggie Dupes made three saves in the contest to record her second shutout of the season.

Baker (11-3-1, 5-1-1 HAAC) will take the No. 1 overall seed entering the 2011 HAAC Conference Tournament. Brackets will be announced later this week.

11.1.11 | Men's Basketball

Men’s basketball cruises to victory in season opener over Kansas WesleyanBen Steinlage

SALINA Kan. – For the second consecutive season, the Baker men’s basketball team opened its season with a victory over Kansas Wesleyan University on Tuesday evening 102-60.

Ben Steinlage (pictured) led the Baker offensive attack with 19 points on an 8-for-8 shooting performance from the field. Three other players finished in double figures as Jordan Honore added 14, while Todd Ellis and Jack Shortell each added 12.

“Kansas Wesleyan was missing a couple players due to injury and I thought we did a good job wearing them down with our depth,” said head coach Brett Ballard. “It was a good team effort tonight, we’ve had some good practices, so it was good to see it carry over to our first game.”

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