BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) today announced the 2013-14 NABC Honors Court, recognizing those men's collegiate basketball student-athletes who excelled in academics during the past season.
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - Tickets for the NAIA Gridiron Challenge at Arrowhead, a football doubleheader to be played on Saturday, October 11 at Arrowhead Stadium are now on sale.
BAKER vs BENEDICTINE
Tickets for the NAIA Gridiron Challenge at Arrowhead, a football doubleheader to be played on Saturday, October 11 at Arrowhead Stadium are now on sale.
To order tickets through Baker University for a discounted rate of $18 for adults and $8 for ages 18 & under or college student with any valid student I.D., please click here.
All tickets are general admission, seating behind the Baker sideline is first-come, first-serve.
Fans will have the option of either picking up tickets on Baker's campus or having them mailed to their home. If you are having your tickets delivered through the mail, please expect 5-7 business days. If you are picking up your tickets on the Baldwin City Campus, please contact Tyler Price (
) or Andrew Patch (
) to schedule a time.
The 2014 matchups of two highly-anticipated NAIA contests are scheduled for 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Missouri Valley College will square off with MidAmerica Nazarene University in the opener, before Baker University faces off with Benedictine College in the nightcap.
Tickets can be purchased at Arrowhead on the day of the games for $20 for adults and $10 for students with valid I.D. or anyone under the age of 18. Tickets for suites can also be purchased for a minimum cost of $50 per person which includes a ticket and the suite must be filled. Those are available through Kellen Begnoche of the Chiefs at (816) 920-4894.
Three of the four teams involved in the games shared the 2013 Heart of America Athletic Conference championship. Baker, Benedictine and Missouri Valley all finished with a record of 8-1 in league play last season, while each team qualified for the 2013 NAIA Football Championship Series.
The four participating teams have combined to win or share a total of 38 conference championships and have totaled 46 NAIA postseason appearances.
Suites for the NAIA Gridiron Challenge will be available on October 11, 2014. Tickets for suites can be purchased for a minimum cost of $50 per person which includes a ticket and the suite must be filled. Those are available through Kellen Begnoche of the Chiefs at (816) 920-4894.
**All food and beverages including alcoholic beverages must be purchased separately.**
Accommodations for 18-25 guests
- Outdoor theatre-style premium seating and indoor barstool seating
- 4 high-definition TV monitors (3 interior, 1 exterior)
- Private restroom
- Average size - 725 sq. ft.
- Comfortable lounge space complete with furniture
- 42" fireplace (except for direct end zone locations)
- Access via private suite elevators and club escalators
- Granite surfaces
- Lockable Storage
The NAIA Gridiron Challenge will adhere to all of the same game day policies as an NFL game for the Kansas City Chiefs. One thing of note, alcohol will not be for sale before, during or after the games inside Arrowhead stadium for the Baker vs. Benedictine or Missouri Valley vs. MNU games. Alcohol can be purchased inside the Suites that are available for sale.
Please take a look below at the items that are ALLOWED into arrowhead stadium:
Clear Plastic Bag no larger than 12" x 6" x12", Small clutch bags no larger than 4.5"x 6.5", one gallon clear plastic zip-seal bag, small still camera under 6" without case, binoculars without case, hand-held radios and TV's, blankets, banners, signs and flags no larger than 3'x5', small compact umbrellas, water bottle that is factory sealed and 20oz or less, brest pump and supplies and seat cushions.
Please take a look below at the items that are PROHIBITED into arrowhead stadium:
All food and beverages excluding 20 oz or less factory sealed water bottles, glass, metal, plastic or thermos, cups or bottles, coolers, bags of any kinds except those listed in the "Allowed" listing, weapons: guns, knives etc., fireworks, flammable liquids, noisemakers: air horns, klaxon, bells, whistles etc., boom boxes, video cameras or professional cameras/lenses, laser pointers or any type, portable heaters, large strollers, floor mats, seat cushions with: pockets, zippers, compartments or covers or sports balls. Any other items deemed dangerous or unacceptable by security are strictly prohibited. Prior to exciting Arrowhead Stadium all beverages alcoholic or non-alcoholic must be disposed of.
**Parking at Arrowhead for the Game will be: $15 per vehicle and $25 for RV/Bus and is cash only.
**For a look at the Kansas City Chiefs parking map, please click here.
Important Parking and Tailgating Information for Fans:
- One vehicle per parking space.
- All vehicles pulling a trailer of any kind will be charged for an extra parking space and must park in the grass.
- You must tailgate in front of or behind your vehicle.
- Saving spaces is not permitted.
- Roadways, aisles, and other parking spaces must be kept free of tailgating equipment so that vehicles may park or pass.
- If your vehicle is too large to fit in the 8’X16’ space in the lot, you must park in the back of the lot or in the grass.
- Parking lots close 90 minutes following games or stadium events.
- Overnight parking is not allowed.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) and the Kansas City Chiefs have partnered to present the inaugural NAIA Gridiron Challenge at Arrowhead, a football doubleheader to be played on Saturday, October 11 at Arrowhead Stadium.
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Former Baker University wide receiver Kyle Bolton signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League (CFL) this week.
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Baker University head men's golf coach Karen Exon announces the signing of a four-man class to the 2014-15 BU men's golf team on Tuesday.