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Thursday, 17 January 2013 00:00

Wildcat Classic

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BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Registration for the 2015 Baker University Wildcat Classic Golf Tournament at Alvamar Golf Course in Lawrence, Kan., is now open to all golfers interested in this annual event.

The tournament will be held on Friday, May 15, 2015. To sign up, please click here.

If you or your organization would like to sign up to become a sponsor for the event, please click here.

The day will begin with registration along with coffee and donuts at 7 a.m. and the shotgun start will begin at 8 a.m.

An early bird discount is available until Apr. 15. All golfers who register for the event by Apr. 15 will pay only $140 per golfer, after that date golf will cost $150 per person.

For all golfers under the age of 30 and over the age of 65, cost is only $125. Golf will include nine holes at Alvamar’s public championship course and nine holes on the private members’ course.

Also included for each golfer will be a Baker University Athletics Adidas polo, lunch and beverage tickets. Proceeds from the event benefit all of the Baker Athletic programs.

For the second-straight year, Baker will team up with the Wounded Warrior Project and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to that outstanding organization.

Wildcat Classic Registration

Early Bird Special (Until April 15): $140, 30 Years & Under or 65 & Older: $125

Entry fee includes green fee for 18 Holes (9 public and 9 private), cart rental, range balls, Baker Adidas golf shirt, coffee and donuts, beverage tickets and lunch.

Golfers who are 30 years old or younger as of May 15, 2015, may participate for $125 per golfer.

Golfers who are 65 years old or older as of May 15, 2015, may participate for $125 per golfer.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

Would you like to be a sponsor of the golf tournament? Please contact Doug Barth in the Alumni Office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 888.781.2586.

Thursday, 10 January 2013 11:47

Title IX Annual Report

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To view the Baker University Title IX Annual Report, please follow the below instructions.

To begin, please click here. 

Then move to the right of the screen and click, Get data for one institution

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 Then insert the below information into the database and click search.

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 Select Baker University and the report will be viewable. 

 

Monday, 10 December 2012 00:00

Ryan Gleue

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Year
Junior
Hometown
Lee's Summit, Mo.
Previous School
Lee's Summit West HS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PERSONAL: Ryan Christopher Gleue was born in Kansas City, Kan., and is the son of Alan Gleue and Julie Stephens DeJonge...Has 1 sibling: Casey...Played tennis at Lee's Summit West High School where he placed 5th at districts...Enjoys tennis and soccer...Majoring in Pre-Engineering.

Tuesday, 27 November 2012 00:00

Sponsor Baker Athletics

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Sponsor Baker Athletics

Advertising with Baker Athletics is a cost effective way to reach a large audience, associate your brand with a winning program, and support a non-profit university. The athletics website is the information hub for all 19 Baker sports teams and averages over 33,000 hits per week. Ad space is available at various locations on the website. Take a look at this website advertising form to learn which option is best for you.

Not interested in online advertising? We also offer advertising at several of our external facilities. These locations average more than 80,000 views per year with several options to choose from.

Donor Recognition: Unless otherwise instructed, Baker University will list your company name in recognition materials. Baker is a registered 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit organization, which qualifies your donation as tax deductible.

To learn more about becoming a sponsor of Baker Athletics, please contact Director of Athletics - Theresa Yetmar.

Wednesday, 07 November 2012 00:00

2016 Baseball Schedule

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2016 Baseball Schedule
DateOpponent/EventLocationTime/Result  
2/9/16at Ottawa UniversityOttawa, Kan.1 p.m. (9 inn.)
2/17/16University of St. MaryBaldwin City, Kan.1 p.m. (DH)
2/20/16at LSU-ShreveportShreveport, La.3 p.m. (DH)
2/21/16at LSU-ShreveportShreveport, La.12 p.m. (9 inn.)
2/23/16Kansas WeslayanBaldwin City, Kan.2 p.m. (9 inn.)
2/27/16Park UniversityBaldwin City, Kan.1 p.m. (DH)
3/1/16at Park UniversityParkville, Mo.12 p.m. (DH)
3/5/16St. Ambrose Baldwin City, Kan.1 p.m. (DH)
3/6/16St. AmbroseBaldwin City, Kan.12 p.m. (DH)
3/10/16at University of St. MaryLeavenworth, Kan.1 p.m. (DH)
3/14/16Sterling CollegeBaldwin City, Kan.1 p.m. (DH)
3/16/16Graceland*Baldwin City, Kan.1 p.m. (DH)
3/19/16at Missouri Valley*Marshall, Mo.1 p.m. (DH)
3/22/16Central Methodist*Baldwin City, Kan.1 p.m. (DH)
3/25/16at Grand View*Des Moines, Iowa1 p.m. (DH)
3/26/16at Culver-Stockton*Canton, Mo.1 p.m. (DH)
3/30/16at Friends UniversityWichita, Kan.3 p.m. (9 inn.)
4/2/16at Benedictine*Atchison, Kan.1 p.m. (DH)
4/3/16at Benedictine* Atchison, Kan.1 p.m. (DH)
4/5/16Ottawa University Baldwin City, Kan. 5 p.m. (9 inn.) 
4/8/16at MidAmerica Nazarene*Olathe, Kan.3 p.m. (DH)
4/9/16at MidAmerica Nazarene*Olathe, Kan. 1 p.m. (DH)
4/12/16William Penn*Baldwin City, Kan.1 p.m. (DH)
4/16/16Peru State*Baldwin City, Kan.2 p.m. (DH)
4/17/16Peru State*Baldwin City, Kan.1 p.m. (DH)
4/22/16Evangel*Baldwin City, Kan.5 p.m. (DH)
4/23/16Evangel*Baldwin City, Kan.1 p.m. (DH)
4/29/16Avila* Baldwin City, Kan.5 p.m. (DH)
4/30/16at Avila*Kansas City, Mo.1 p.m. (DH)
5/6-10at Heart Conference Tournament*TBAJoplin, Mo.
5/17-20at NAIA Natl. Championship Opening RoundTBATBA
5/27-6/3at NAIA World SeriesTBALewiston, Idaho
*denotes Heart conference game

 Heart STANDINGS

Tuesday, 06 November 2012 10:02

Drug Testing Policy

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BAKER UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS
DRUG EDUCATION AND TESTING PROGRAM

INTRODUCTION
Designation as a Baker University student-athlete and participation in the University's intercollegiate athletic programs is a privilege. The Baker University student-athlete will act in accordance with the five core values of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA): respect, responsibility, integrity, sportsmanship, and servant leadership. Likewise the Baker University student-athlete acknowledges that the privilege to represent Baker University in intercollegiate athletic performance requires him/her to be compliant with the Baker University Drug Education and Testing Program as outlined in this document.

PURPOSE
The purpose of the Baker University Department of Athletics Drug Education and Testing Program is to establish policy and procedure that guides the University's Drug Education and Testing Program while Baker University student-athletes are treated with dignity and respect and maintain privacy as much as possible.

OBJECTIVES
Objectives of the Baker University Department of Athletics Drug Education and Testing program are to:
1. provide and identify educational experiences that inform the Baker University student-athlete of the consequences of drug and alcohol use;
2. institute a screening and testing program to detect use of prohibited drugs, medications or substances that may be used to enhance performance or alter behavior
3. develop intervention programs to provide athletes with a support system for rehabilitation and educational awareness; and
4. require Baker University student-athletes to accept the responsibilities and consequences of the Baker University Drug Education and Testing Program.

PROHIBITED DRUGS, MEDICATIONS or SUBSTANCES
Drugs, medications or substances that are procured illegally or that are prohibited by law (sale, purchase, or possession) are prohibited by Baker University. Additionally prohibited are prescription drugs, "over the counter" medications or substances that are used inappropriately (e.g., in a manner other than their prescribed or intended purpose) or that are incompatible with the integrity of the Baker University Athletic Department. If such drugs, medications or substances present risk or jeopardize the health of a Baker University student-athlete the Baker University Department of Athletics may mandate drug screening or testing.

At no time will Baker University Athletic Department personnel ignore or condone Baker University student-athletes who violate this Drug Education and Testing Program. To that end Baker University Athletic Department personnel who find or discover Baker University student-athletes in possession and/or use of a prohibited drug, medication or substance shall immediately report such findings or discovery to appropriate university and law enforcement authorities.

No officer, employee, or agent of Baker University may supply a student-athlete with any drug, medication or substance that may endanger the health of the student-athlete or affect athletic performance in any way. Baker University personnel may not encourage or induce a student-athlete to use any drugs, medications or substances except as prescribed for treatment of the designated student-athlete by qualified medical personnel.

Any Baker University student-athlete legally charged with possession, purchase transfer or sale of an illegal substance shall be suspended from his/her Baker University Athletic Department team(s) until cleared or adjudicated of those charges. The Baker University student-athlete may also be held accountable by the University judicial system. Any Baker University student-athlete convicted of possession, purchase, transfer or sale of an illegal substance shall be dismissed immediately from the Baker University intercollegiate athletics program and all intercollegiate athletics-related financial aid will be terminated at the end of the semester in which the student-athlete was convicted.

PROCEDURE
All Baker University student-athletes must adhere to the conditions of the Baker University Department of Athletics Drug Education and Testing Program. Up to twelve Baker University student-athletes will be randomly selected for testing each month. Each randomly selected student-athlete will be notified and required to report to the testing site at the designated time. Test samples will be reviewed by a non-Baker University independent laboratory. Test results will be reported to the Baker University Director of Athletics or his/her designee. The Baker University Director of Athletics will communicate test results to the student-athlete and maintain a confidential file of drug test results.

The Baker University Department of Athletics reserves the right to mandate testing where there is reasonable suspicion of prohibited drug, medication or substance use. Suspicion of prohibited drug, medication or substance use may include but is not restricted to:
• Reported possession and/or use of a prohibited drug, medication or substance;
• Arrest or conviction related to a prohibited drug, medication or substance;
• University disciplinary action related to a prohibited drug, medication or substance; and
• Documented unusual patterns of behavior or absence from athletics training and/or intercollegiate competition that could be related to the use of a prohibited drug, medication or substance.

NEGATIVE TEST RESULTS
When the random test results are "negative" the results will be communicated by the Baker University Director of Athletics or his/her designee to the Baker University student-athlete.

FAILURE TO COOPERATE WITH TESTING
Failure of the Baker University student-athlete to cooperate with the Baker University Department of Athletics Drug Education and Testing shall be the equivalent of a "positive" test result. That is to say, failure to appear for the testing process, failure to produce a test sample, or attempting to alter or destroy the test sample will be treated as a "positive" test result. For purposes of this policy, two diluted samples, absent medical explanation, shall be considered an attempted alteration of the test sample.

POSITIVE TEST RESULTS
When the random test results are "positive" a non-Baker University independent Medical Review Officer will review the "positive" test result and may consult with the student-athlete. The Medical Review Officer will report all findings to the Baker University Director of Athletics or his/her designee. The Baker University student-athlete will be notified by the Baker University Director of Athletics or his/her designee.

Consequences of First "Positive" Test Result
1. The Baker University student-athlete will meet with the Baker University Director of Athletics, Director of Sports Medicine, and Head Coach(s) of respective sport(s);
2. The Baker University student-athlete will be asked notify his/her parent(s)/guardian(s) in the presence of the Baker University Director of Athletics, Director of Sports Medicine, and Head Coach(s) of respective sport(s);
3. The Baker University student-athlete shall be suspended from all participation with Baker University intercollegiate athletics;
4. The Baker University student-athlete must undergo personal assessment and full participation in a drug/medication/substance abuse education program as approved by the Baker University Director of Athletics and Baker University Director of Sports Medicine. All expenses related to personal assessment and participation in a drug/medication/substance abuse program shall be born by the Baker University student-athlete; and
5. The Baker University student-athlete must undertake subsequent unannounced, suspicionless testing, achieve a "negative" test result, and bear all costs associated with such testing before he/she may be considered for reinstatement to participation with Baker University intercollegiate athletics.

Consequences of a Second "Positive" Test Result
1. The Baker University student-athlete will meet with the Baker University Director of Athletics, Director of Sports Medicine, and Head Coach(s) of respective sport(s);
2. The student-athlete will be asked notify his/her parent(s)/guardian(s) in the presence of the Baker University Director of Athletics, Director of Sports Medicine, and Head Coach(s) of respective sport(s);
3. The Baker University student-athlete shall be suspended from all participation with Baker University intercollegiate athletics; and
4. All Baker University intercollegiate athletics-related financial aid shall be terminated at the end of the semester in which the second "positive" test result is recorded.

INTERACTION WITH THE OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS
The Baker University Department of Athletics will work in conjunction with the Baker University Office of Student Affairs on issues relating to drug abuse and education. Drug testing results from all cases which originate with the Office of Student Affairs will be shared with the Baker University Dean of Students and Associate Dean of Students. The student-athlete will be subject to the university judicial process and the Baker University Department of Athletics Drug Testing and Education policy. Results from the monthly random selection will be maintained in the Department of Athletics.

Monday, 29 October 2012 17:43

Blood Drive

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Baker University Blood Drive

January 31st  -  Mabee Gym  -  10am-2pm

Approximately 100 blood drives have already been cancelled in 11 states, resulting in a shortfall of more than 3,200 blood and platelet donations that could have been collected for the victims of winter storms. Baker Athletics is teaming up with the American Red Cross to collect blood donations. Each donation enters you in a chance to win an Official Baker Athletics Adidas t-shirt.

Mabee Gym is located at the corner of 6th & Fremont in Baldwin City, KS. To make reservations, please contact Andrew Patch (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) Sign up online and save a life! Click here




Tuesday, 23 October 2012 15:52

Carly Schmidtlein

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Carly Schmidtlein photoCarly Schmidtlein
Year
Junior (Right Handed)   
Hometown
Topeka, Kan.
Previous School
Washburn Rural HS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2012-2013: Appeared in 60 games as a sophomore, bowling an average of 191.28, which was second on the team. Had a season high average 210.16 in the Jayhawk Challenge, where she knocked down 1,261 pins in 6 games. Had two other performances on the year in which she averaged at least 190.

2011-2012: Was second on the team in both the number of games, and scoring average with 54 and 179.630…Season high average 197.889 came in the Las Vegas Invitational, where Schmidtlein knocked down 1781 pins in 9 games…Had three other performances on the year in which she averaged at least 180

PERSONAL: Carly Schmidtlein was born in Topeka, Kan., and is the daughter of David and Patti Schimdtlein…Has one older sibling…Attended Washburn Rural High School in Topeka, Kan., where she was the 6A state champion in bowling…Was named the team MVP her junior and senior year...Bowled a 300 game while in high school…Enjoys bowling…Majoring in Nursing

Tuesday, 23 October 2012 15:19

Amanda Sams

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Amanda Sams
Year
Senior (Right Handed)
Hometown
Roeland Park, Kan.
Previous School
Shawnee Mission East HS  

2011-2012: Appeared in 19 games as a junior, averaging 155.368. She had a season high average of 169.75 in the Las Vegas Invitational, knocking down 679 pins in 4 games.

2010-2011: Appeared in 21 games as a sophomore, averaging 153.619…Had a season high average of 159.333 in the Team Match Games, knocking down 956 pins in 6 games

2009-2010: Appeared in 20 games as a freshman, averaging 130.150…Had a season high average of 139.500 in the Ozark Invitational, knocking down 558 pins in 4 games

PERSONAL: Amanda Lynn Sams was born in Shawnee Mission, Kan., and is the daughter of Sherri and Randy Sams…Has one sibling…Attended Shawnee Mission East High School in Prairie Village, Kan., where she participated in choir as well as bowling…Was a team captain of the Lancers…Highest game bowled is a 224…Enjoys sports, art, motorcycles, and baking…Majoring in Psychology

Tuesday, 23 October 2012 15:16

Xiomara Nunez

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Xiomara Nunez
Year
Junior (Right Handed)
Hometown
Dallas, Texas
Previous School
Skyline HS

2011-2012: Appeared in 1 game as a sophomore, bowling a 99 during the Mid-States event.

2010-2011: Appeared in 14 games as a freshman, bowling an average of 131.714. She had a season high of 146.333 during the Leatherneck Classic, knocking down 439 pins in 3 games.

PERSONAL: Xiomara Alejandra Nunez was born in Orange, Calif., and is the daughter of Ruth and Jesus Nunez…Has 2 siblings: Jossie and Astrid…Attended Skyline High School where she participated in bowling and wrestling…Raider wrestling team won the District Title 4 years in a row and she holds 3 individual records in wrestling…Enjoys reading, bowling, and playing the viola…Majoring in Mass Media.

 

Nomination Procedures

Anyone is eligible to write an open letter of nomination regarding an individual they believe to be worthy of induction to the Baker University Athletic Hall of Fame. The nominations must be received by December 31 to be considered for induction during the next calendar year. Once an individual is nominated, he or she remain in an active file for review by the Hall of Fame Selection Committee. The selection committee sends recommendations in the spring to the President of the University for final approval for fall induction.

Nominating Categories

- Former Baker University athletes

- Current and former coaches or athletic administrators

- Meritorious service to the Baker University athletic programs

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