2.17.11 | Basketball
Basketball teams set for final regular-season showdown with William Jewell
LIBERTY, Mo. – One of the longest standing rivalries in the Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) will come to an end on Thursday evening, as Baker and William Jewell square off for the final time as conference opponents. William Jewell next season will become an active member in the Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLCV) in NCAA Division II.
2.17.11 | Softball
Lady Cats‘ softball team opens up the season on Friday
FORT WORTH, Texas - The Wildcat softball team kicks off the 2011 campaign with a trip to Fort Worth, Texas for the Cowtown Classic. Pool play begins Friday February 18th against stiff competition.
The first match up is against Northwood University (Texas). Last season Northwood (33-24, 20-8 RRAA) finished third in the highly competitive Red River Athletic Conference.
2.19.11 | Baseball
Wildcat baseball team set for season opener
CLAREMORE, Okla. – Baseball season has officially arrived.
The Baker University baseball team will open its 2011 campaign this weekend on the campus of Rogers State University.
With 16 freshmen and five returning starters from a squad that went 17-24 in 2010, Wildcat coach Phil Hannon fully expects his team to be competitive.
2.19.11 | Basketball
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker women’s basketball team will try to snap a four-game skid with the Heart of America Athletic Conference playoffs less than two weeks away.
The Wildcats (13-14 overall, 8-9 HAAC) need a win Saturday afternoon to return to .500 in the conference. Baker fell 62-39 on Thursday evening at William Jewell College.
2.19.11 | Women's Basketball
Wildcats bounce back with 66-57 victory over Missouri Valley
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker women’s basketball team got back on track Saturday afternoon defeating Missouri Valley College 66-57.
The first 14 minutes saw back and fourth action as Baker and Missouri Valley had five lead changes before the Wildcats took the lead for good with 7:40 remaining in the first half.
2.19.11 | Men's Basketball
Wommack paces Baker past Missouri Valley with team-high 29 points
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Doing it all was an understatement on Saturday afternoon for senior guard Jaris Wommack.
Wommack scored a game-high 29 points while shooting 9-for-15 from the field and pulling down 11 rebounds. Andre Strozier added 18 points as the Wildcats went on to defeat Missouri Valley College 61-53.
2.21.11 | Wrestling
Baker wrestlers take third at NAIA Central Regional
MARSHALL, Mo. – The Baker University wrestling team continues to move up the national ranks.
The Wildcat wrestlers placed third over the weekend at the NAIA Central Regional, beating out national powers No. 17 Waldorf (Iowa) and No. 14 Oklahoma City.
Josh Haugen, a 133-pounder from Claremore, Okla., and Nathan Sommer, a 157-pounder from Parker, Kan., led the Baker grapplers, advancing to the semifinals in their respective weight classes. AJ Gassman, a 125-pounder from Belton, Mo., nearly defeated No. 7 Alex Peitz (Grand View, Iowa) in the third-place match but fell late in the match on a reversal.
2.21.11 | Softball
Coach Windle excited about softball team potential
FORT WORTH, Texas- The Baker University softball team showed it has the potential to be a dangerous squad this season after facing top competition at the weekend Cowtown Classic.
The Wildcats opened Friday afternoon against Northwood University (Texas). The Wildcats stayed in the game late, trailing 1-0 heading into the sixth inning, but Northwood broke open the game with a four-run sixth to close out the Wildcats. Heather Gruber pitched six innings, while giving up only three earned runs in the 5-0 defeat.