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11.12.11 | Women's Soccer

Baker women defend HAAC tournament crown


BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - The No. 21-ranked Baker University women’s soccer team defended its Heart of America Athletic Conference tournament championship with a 2-1 victory over Graceland on Saturday at Liston Stadium.

“It feels good to vindicate what we did in the regular season,” said Wildcat head coach Nate Houser, who shared the regular-season conference title with Graceland.


Wildcats fall in volleyball championship


Baldwin City, Kan. — No. 2 seed MidAmerica Nazarene upended top-seeded Baker University 3-0 on Saturday in the Heart of America Athletic Conference volleyball championship at the Collins Center.

11.13.11 | Football

No. 24 Baker crushes Graceland in season finale, 50-14

Cats Crush Graceland 50-14

LAMONI, Iowa – With the hopes of the NAIA playoffs still on the line, the Baker University football team knew it needed to win big Saturday afternoon – and the Wildcats did just that with a 50-14 victory over Graceland.

Baker (7-3, 6-3 HAAC) got on the scoreboard first as Scottie Meyer finished off a seven play 36-yard drive to put Baker ahead 7-0 with 8:03 on the clock in the first quarter. Myer would add another score four minutes later on another seven play 56-yard drive.

11.13.11 | Football

Wildcats improve to 4-1 with 70-42 victory over rival OttawaTodd Johnston

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Coming off a tough loss on Friday evening, the Baker University men’s basketball team bounced back Saturday with a 70-42 victory over Ottawa University.

A balanced offensive attack was key as the Wildcats had five players score in double figures. Todd Johnston led the way with 13 points, while shooting 4-for-7 from the floor and 1-for-4 from beyond the arc. Kevin Lysaught had 11 points with seven rebounds while Brandon Moore, Jack Shortell, and Ben Steinlage each added 10.

The defense was the story though as the Wildcats held Ottawa to just 16-for-54 (29 percent) from the floor and 2-for-10 (20 percent) from beyond the arc.

“I was happy we were able to put together two solid halves today,” said head coach Brett Ballard. “I thought our defense was terrific.”

11.14.11 | Women's Soccer

No. 18 Baker set to host No. 22 Bellevue (Neb.) in NAIA National Championship Opening Round

Women's Soccer National Championship

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker University women’s soccer team will begin its quest to defend its historic 2010 NAIA Fab Four run with a showdown against 22nd ranked Bellevue (Neb.) in the 2011 NAIA Women’s Soccer National Championship Opening Round on Nov. 19.

11.14.11 | Men's Soccer

No. 3 Baker men set to host Oklahoma Wesleyan in NAIA National Championship Opening Round

Men's Soccer National Championship

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker University men’s soccer team will host Oklahoma Wesleyan University in the 2011 NAIA Men’s Soccer National Championship Opening Round on Nov. 19.

Baker (17-1-1) and the No. 3 overall seed in the tournament was the first at-large selection in the field of 31. Oklahoma Wesleyan (14-4-2), qualified with an automatic berth after winning the 2011 Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference postseason tournament.

11.15.11 | Wrestling

Four Baker champions crowned at Bethany OpenBo Newport

LINDSBORG, Kan. – Four wrestlers were crowned champions and 13 others placed this past weekend at the Bethany College Swede Open.

125-pound Bo Newport (pictured, Fontana, Kan.), 149-pounders Jarell Price (Las Vegas, Nev.) and Nick Haugen (Claremore, Okla.), 165-pound Jakob Price (Caney, Kan.), and heavyweight Dylan Berg (Las Vegas, Nev.) were all crowned champions in their respective weight classes.

“It was a good weekend for Baker Wrestling.” said assistant wrestling coach Levi Calhoun. “Our kids are wrestling well, but we need to stay focused and keep working hard to continue improving.”

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