1.27.10 | Men's Basketball
Wommack and Wachter lead Baker past Benedictine, 55-48
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker men’s basketball team continues to ride its hot streak after defeating Benedictine College, 55-48 on Thursday evening for the first time since 2008.
Jaris Wommack led all Baker scorers with 16 points off 7-of-15 shooting from the floor. Joe Wachter added a career-high 10 points and knocked down two clutch free throws in the last 20 seconds to seal the Baker victory.
1.29.11 | Women's Basketball
Gibson scores team-high 25 in loss to Lindenwood
ST. CHARLES, Mo. – The Wildcats never led on Saturday afternoon, falling 76-62 to Lindenwood University.
Emily Gibson led all Wildcat scorers with a team-high 25 points while shooting 10-of-18 from the field. Gibson also pulled down eight rebounds and recorded three blocks in the contest. Brittany Hines was the only other Wildcat to score in double figures with 12 points in the contest.
1.29.11 | Men's Basketball
No. 10 Lindenwood overpowers Baker in 77-50 defeat
ST. CHARLES, Mo. – The Baker men’s basketball team gave it all they had on Saturday afternoon against No. 10 Lindenwood University.
Baker shot just 19-for-55 (35 percent) from the field, with Andre Strozier leading the offensive attack scoring a team-high 20 points. Corey Anderson added 11 points, but Lindenwood’s hot shooting stifled the Wildcats. The Lions went 28-for-53 (53 percent) from the field to improve to 20-2 overall on the season.
1.31.11 | Wrestling
Baker wrestling takes second place at Kansas Cup
HAYS, Kan. – The Baker University wrestling team had one of its best showings of the 2010-11 season on Sunday afternoon grabbing second place in the Kansas Cup. The Kansas Cup showcases all the college wrestling programs in the state of Kansas in an annual tournament.
Andrew Hurla looks to close out senior year in style
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Baker wrestler Andrew Hurla has seen it all in the world of NAIA wrestling.
Hurla was a member of national championship teams at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Mo., before he realized something was missing. Originally from Shawnee, Hurla couldn’t resist the opportunity to return two years ago to his home state when Baker announced it would add men’s wrestling to its athletic program. Hurla was among the first recruits for Hall of Fame coach Jimmy May in 2008.
2.2.11 | Football
Signing Day 2011: Tracking Baker’s newest football class
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker University football team proudly announced the signing of 32 student-athletes for the 2011-12-football season.
Nearly all the Wildcats‘ players committed early in the recruiting process, thus allowing the coaching staff to concentrate on the areas where they needed an immediate impact.
2.3.11 | Women's Basketball
Gustin and Gibson rough up reeling Central Methodist
FAYETTE, Mo. – At this point in the year any time you can win a game on the road it’s a positive. Baker did just that on Thursday evening defeating Central Methodist 53-43 extending the Eagles losing streak to nine straight games.
Baker (13-10, 8-5 HAAC) had two players in double figures as Emily Gibson scored a team-high 18 points and 12 rebounds. Aubree Gustin added 16 points as Baker pulled away late in the second half to secure the victory. Gibson’s double double was her sixth of the season.
2.3.11 | Men's Basketball
Baker men fall in overtime at Central Methodist, 85-80
FAYETTE, Mo. – The Baker men’s basketball took a three point lead late, but Curtis Smith hit a key 3-pointer for the Eagles with under 30 seconds remaining in regulation to send the game into overtime.
Jaris Wommack led all Baker scorers with 20 points while shooting 8-for-17 from the floor. Andre Stozier added 17 points and pulled down eight rebounds, while Jack Shotell and Austin Bond each chipped in with 13 and 10 points respectively.