Athletics Misc (1125)
|2014-15 Men's Golf Roster|
|Grant Grego||Jr.||Lee's Summit, Mo.||Lee's Summit West HS|
|Zach Pickett||Sr.||Springhill, Kan.||Springhill HS|
|Aaron Stewart||Jr.||Hays, Kan.||Hays HS|
|Kelley Thompson||Sr.||Pittsburg, Kan.||St. Mary's Colgan HS|
|Christian Bickley||So.||Olathe, Kan.||Kansas City Christian Academy|
|Kyle Fecteau||So.||Blue Valley, Kan.||Blue Valley West HS|
|Chad Phillips||So.||Andover, Kan.||Andover HS|
|Aaron Brooks||Fr.||Meriden, Kan.|
|Logan Lashbrook||Fr.||Kansas City, Mo.|
|Zach Spencer||Fr.||Olathe, Kan.|
|Alec Wuellner||Fr.||Kansas City, Kan.|
|2014-15 Women's Golf Roster|
|Jade Brake||Jr.||Meriden, Kan.||Jefferson West HS|
|Rebecca Holder||Jr.||Silver Lake, Kan.||Silver Lake HS|
|Lindsey Mateer||Jr.||Spring Hill, Kan.||Spring Hill HS|
|Morgan Miller||Sr.||Topeka, Kan.||Shawnee Heights HS|
|Emma Tinsley||Sr.||De Soto, Kan.||De Soto HS|
|Kaci Dillingham||So.||Topeka, Kan.||Washburn Rural HS|
|Amber Mechtley||So.||Emporia, Kan.||Emporia HS|
|Anna Wright||So.||Lawrence, Kan.||Lawrence HS|
|Bailey Gibson||Fr.||Olathe, Kan.|
|Bailey Rockers||Fr.||Erie, Kan.|
|2014-15 Bowling Roster|
|Brittany Crittenden||R||Fr.||La Mesa, Calif.||Steele Canyon HS|
|Abbey Higgins||R||Fr.||Olathe, Kan.||Olathe North HS|
|Krista Hill||R||So.||Round Rock, Texas||Prairie View A&M University|
|Sydney Johnson||R||Fr.||Kansas City, Kan.||Piper HS|
|Brett Juhl||R||Fr.||North Bend, Neb.||North Bend Central HS|
|Brittani Kelly||R||Sr.||Independence, Mo.||Metropolitan CC|
|Madison Kent||R||Fr.||Olathe, Kan.||Olathe North HS|
|Nia Madison||R||Fr.||Overland Park, Kan.||Shawnee Mission South HS|
|Carissa Martinez||R||Fr.||Katy, Texas||Katy HS|
|Mackenzie Mitchell||R||Fr.||Olathe, Kan.||Olathe South HS|
|Heather Riddle||R||Fr.||El Dorado, Kan.||El Dorado HS|
|Melina Schrader||R||Fr.||Hesston, Kan.||Newton HS|
|Lynae Soderholm||R||So.||Alma, Neb.||Midland University|
|Julia Southern||R||Fr.||Gardner, Kan.||Gardner-Edgerton HS|
|Allyson Ware||R||Jr.||Townport, Ill.||Lock Port Township|
|Rebecca Wood||R||Jr.||Olathe, Kan.||Olathe East HS|
|2014-15 Men's Basketball Roster|
|1||Cody Sunderland||G||Jr.||5-11||190||Pleasanton, Kan.||Jayhawk-Linn HS|
|3||EJ Carter||G||Sr.||6-4||220||St. Louis, Mo.||Lewis & Clark CC|
|4||Jared Fulks||G||Sr.||6-2||180||St. Louis, Mo.||Ellsworth CC|
|5||Brock Mick||G||Fr.||5-10||180||Smithville, Mo.||Smithville HS|
|11||Manuel Barnes||F||Jr.||6-7||205||Marseille, France||Newman University|
|12||Nathan Guscott||G||Fr.||6-4||205||Melbourne, Australia||Mazenod College|
|15||Gregg Easter||G||Fr.||6-0||170||Little Rock, Ark.||Hall HS|
|20||Javeion Gray||G||So.||6-1||160||Little Rock, Ark.||Carl Albert HS|
|21||Kelvin Bramble||F||So.||6-6||230||Charlestown, Nevis||Southeast CC|
|23||CJ Bolton||G/F||Fr.||6-4||175||Drexel, Mo.||Drexel HS|
|30||Tyrome Parker||G||Fr.||6-0||172||Godfrey, Ill.||Alton HS|
|32||Daniel Young||C/F||Fr.||6-7||215||Wahroonga, Australia||St. Pius X College|
|44||Nick Wilson||F||Jr.||6-7||245||Paola, Kan.||Paola HS|
|50||Dean van Lunenburg||C/F||Fr.||6-9||220||South Marang, Australia||Ivanho Grammar School|
|2014-15 Women's Basketball Schedule|
|11/1/14||vs Midland University||Baldwin City, Kan.||W, 62-60|
|11/4/14||at Southwestern College||Winfield, Kan.||W, 82-79|
|11/7/14||at Metro State||Denver, Colo.||L, 85-59|
|11/8/14||at Regis University||Denver, Colo.||L, 69-57|
|11/11/14||vs Lindenwood-Belleville||Baldwin City, Kan.||W, 67-53|
|11/14-15/14||HAAC/KCAC Challenge||Leavenworth, Kan.|
|11/14/14||vs Ottawa||Leavenworth, Kan.||W, 79-57|
|11/15/14||vs University of St. Mary||Leavenworth, Kan.||W, 67-63|
|11/18/14||vs Haskell||Baldwin City, Kan.||L, 79-70|
|11/25/14||at Grace University||Omaha, Neb.||W, 87-38|
|12/4/14||at MNU*||Olathe, Kan.||L, 77-68|
|12/6/14||vs Central Methodist*||Baldwin City, Kan.||W, 55-43|
|12/13/14||at Graceland*||Lamoni, Iowa||W, 66-56|
|12/18/14||at Midland||Fremont, Neb.||W, 100-99|
|1/8/15||vs Benedictine*||Baldwin City, Kan.||L, 77-73|
|1/10/15||vs Culver-Stockton*||Canton, Mo.||L, 57-55|
|1/15/15||vs Avila*||Baldwin City, Kan.||W, 66-45|
|1/17/15||at Evangel*||Springfield, Mo.||W, 78-56|
|1/22/15||vs Peru State* (Coaches vs Cancer)||Baldwin City, Kan.||W, 88-70|
|1/24/15||at Missouri Valley*||Marshall, Mo.||L, 69-66|
|1/29/15||vs MNU*||Baldwin City, Kan.||L, 60-53|
|1/31/15||at Central Methodist*||Fayette, Mo.||W, 63-54|
|2/7/15||vs Graceland*||Baldwin City, Kan.||2 p.m.|
|2/12/15||at Benedictine*||Atchison, Kan.||5:30 p.m.|
|2/14/15||vs Culver-Stockton*||Baldwin City, Kan.||2 p.m.|
|2/19/15||at Avila*||Kansas City, Mo.||5:30 p.m.|
|2/21/15||vs Evangel*||Baldwin City, Kan.||2 p.m.|
|2/26/15||at Peru State*||Peru, Neb.||5:30 p.m.|
|2/28/15||vs Missouri Valley* (Senior Day)||Baldwin City, Kan.||2 p.m.|
|3/18-24/15||NAIA Division I National Tournament||Independence, Mo.||TBA|
|*denotes HAAC conference game|
Position: Head Women's Basketball Coach
In just his second season at the helm of the Baker University women's basketball program, head coach Ben Lister turned the Wildcats from a six win team in 2011-12 into a 20-win program and earned the 2012-13 Heart of America Athletic Conference Coach of the Year award.
Under his leadership, Baker went 20-12 overall and 12-6 in the HAAC, good for a tie of third-place in the conference standings. The Wildcats then advanced to the semifinals of the HAAC conference tournament, where they battled with No. 1 seeded MNU all the way to the end, eventually falling to the Pioneers, 59-55.
Lister also guided Alisha Fanshier to a first-team All-HAAC selection and NAIA Honorable Mention All-America honors in 2012-13 and Rece Huddlin to a third-team All-HAAC honor. Both Fanshier and Huddlin were brought to Baker University by Coach Lister. Fanshier played for Lister her entire collegiate career, two years at Baker and two at Barton Community College.
Lister served as the assistant coach for four years at Barton Community College, where he was a part of two Jayhawk West titles for the Cougars, including a 34-3 mark during the 2007-08 season when Barton finished fourth in the nation. In his first four seasons coaching college, Lister compiled a 48-4 conference record.
Before Barton, Lister spent two years as the head coach for Manhattan Christian College (Kan.), compiling a 44-23 record. During his time at MCC, the team captured back-to-back regular-season conference championships, going undefeated both years in conference play. MCC captured a regional and conference championship in 2005-06, finishing with a 27-7 record to rank third all-time on the school charts.
Coach Lister was named Central Region Coach of the Year in 2005-06. During his two years, MCC produced seven all-conference players, seven all-region players, two regional MVPs, one conference MVP and three All-Americans.
Prior to MCC, Lister was the assistant boys basketball coach for three years at Sunrise Christian Academy. Sunrise combined to go 76-28 during that time, winning the Tri-State Christian Tournament Championship, which included large private schools from Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Colorado. Coach Lister aided in the development of five athletes who signed to play collegiate basketball, including two who play at the NCAA Division I level.
Coach Lister played two years of college basketball at Manhattan Christian College in 1997-99. During his sophomore season, MCC finished 21-7, going 13-1 in conference play and they captured both the regular-season and tournament championships for its conference. In the championship game, Lister scored 18 points to help seal the championship for MCC.
- 2012-13 Heart of America Athletic Conference Women's Basketball Coach of the Year
- Three teams finished ranked in the top 15 nationally
- Five out of six teams programs finished first or second in the conference
- In six years of coaching his teams have averaged 23 wins per season
- Coached 21 all-conference players, 12 all-region players, and four All-Americans
Assistant Director of Athletics - Operations
Andrew Patch enters his third year at Baker as the Assistant Director of Athletics for Operations. He previously served as the Assistant Director of Athletics for Game Ops & Finance.
In his role with operations, Patch is actively involved with many facets of the Baker Athletics Department. With game operations, Patch coordinates the home event management for all 18 sports teams within 6 athletic facilities; including the VSN Classic Football Bowl Game and all post-season tournament events. In the fall of 2011, he served as the Host Institution Coordinator when Baker University hosted opening round matches for the NAIA Men’s and Women’s National Soccer Tournament. In 2013, Patch helped coordinate event operations for the HAAC Outdoor Track Championships and conference Softball Tournament.
Aside from his event management duties, Patch oversees much of the daily and large scale fiscal operations of the department. In 2011, he had a major hand in forging a partnership with HealthéAthlete that puts Baker in a unique category with NBA, MLS, and Division-I sports medicine departments. Patch also oversees the service agreement for all Daktronics scoreboard equipment and accessories at 5 different athletics facilities. Since 2011, he has managed all sponsorship incentives and promotions with Adidas, the official sponsor of Baker Athletics.
Beyond his involvement with game operations and budget management, Patch guided the progress of several projects within his first year with the Wildcats. He had an active hand in the redesign and build of the athletics website, revitalizing the Hall of Fame Rotunda, assisting with the graphic design and video endeavors of the department, and played a major role in the fundraising and management efforts of the Wildcat Classic Golf Tournament. In 2013, his leadership helped the Wildcat Classic expanded to a larger venue, boost golf membership, and increase fundraising revenue.
Prior to joining Baker, Patch was a consultant at Cerner Corporation where he provided technology support to hospitals and healthcare centers across the United States. Before Cerner, he pursued a career in strength and conditioning and interned with the Colorado Buffaloes and Missouri Tigers.
He earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Baker University in 2010. A former defensive end for the Wildcats, Patch holds two school records and was a two-time NAIA Scholar-Athlete and three-time All-Conference selection.
In 2014, Patch earned his Masters of Business Administration degree from Baker University.
Dave graduated from Hazelwood Central High School in Florissant, Mo., where he earned four letters in both basketball and tennis. He originally planned to attend the University of Missouri before having met and being recruited during a summer tournament in 1981 by Baker’s athletic director and tennis coach, Jim Irick.
Having opted to attend Baker, Dave became an immediate success both off and on the court. On campus he was a member of the Blue Key National Honor Society. But, it was in tennis where he established new heights of success for a Baker tennis player including: Being named to the All-Conference HAAC team all four years of his competition, winning the conference singles and doubles championships from 1982-1986, winning the District 10 singles championship his junior and senior years, winning the District 10 doubles championship all four years, being named Team Captain his junior and senior years, being named an NAIA Honorable Mention All-American in 1983 and an NAIA All-American in 1985. Additionally, he led the Wildcats to the National NAIA tournament in all four years of his competition. In 1985 he had a singles record of 27-4 and a doubles record of 27-3. In 1983 he was ranked 15th in the nation in singles and in 1985 he was ranked in the top 10 in doubles.
Following graduation David has followed a professional career path in business with increasing responsibilities at each of the following: He served as District Sales Manager with the Russell Stover Candy Company in Kansas City, as District Sales Manager of Mobil Chemical in St. Louis, as the manager of National Accounts with Bunzl Distribution USA in St. Louis as well as to his current position as Executive Vice President and Corporate Officer of Anchor Packaging Inc., St. Louis.
For several years following graduation he continued participation in tennis as he competed in the Volvo U.S.T.A. Inter-club League. More recently he has become and avid golfer and for 10 years has coached his children in a select summer league for youth basketball.
He is married to Maryellen Johnson and together they have three children, Trevor, Madeline and Lily.
Clarence attended Atchison High School where he graduated in 1959 as a member of the National Honor Society and where he earned a total of 9 letters in football, basketball and track during his career. He enrolled at Baker and started and lettered all four years for Coach Davee on the basketball squad. He was honored for his outstanding play by being named a member of the KCAC All-conference basketball squad his junior and senior years. When he graduated he was one of the leading scorers in the history of the University and he set and continues to hold the record for the most rebounds recorded in a single game with 28 against Friends.
On campus he was a member of the Delta Tau Delta Fraternity where he served as Treasurer. Additionally, he earned inclusion to the Dean’s Honor Roll, was presented with the Wall Street Student Award, served as editor of the Baker Orange and graduated in the top two percent of his class.
Following graduation he joined the United Telephone Companies (now Sprint) and at the age of 24 became the youngest District Manager in their 18 state region. In 1966 he transitioned careers as he took a position with the Platte County Prosecutor’s office. Upon completing his JD Degree at the University of Missouri-Kansas City he was named the Prosecuting Attorney for Moniteau County while at the same time serving as the Municipal Attorney for various cities from 1970-1996. He is a member of the Missouri Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Missouri Association of Trial Lawyers and he is a licensed real estate broker in Missouri and Florida and is a Missouri Insurance Broker. He continues to represent business clients, banks and a Fire Protection District as well as doing insurance defense work.
He is married to Baker graduate Carole Curless Hawk ’64. Together they have two children, Amy and Chad and two grandchildren. Four of his siblings also attended and graduated from Baker as well: his sister Lois, and brothers Melvin, Larry and Galen Hawk.