Baker is now 15-8 overall and 8-3 in the conference and remains in third-place all alone in the HAAC standings, while the Yellowjackets fall to 2-18 overall and 0-12 in the HAAC.
The Wildcats held Graceland to just 3-of-13 shooting from behind the arc in the first half, but the Yellowjackets caught fire in the second, hitting nearly 50-percent of its shots from three and kept them in the ballgame shooting 7-of-15.
Baker had four in double figures including Ciarra Washington with 14, who hit 4-of-5 from three, Shea Shoemaker poured in 11 and Alisha Fanshier had a double-double with 10 points and a team high 10 rebounds.
Graceland did outrebound Baker, 46-43, and had three double digit scorers of their own, as Jerica Smith finished with a game high 28 and Amber Quick scored 18 and Anna Belousava dropped 11.
The game went back-and-forth all night long with 13 lead changes and the score was tied nine times.
The Baker bench dominated GU, outscoring the Yellowjackets 26-3 and as a team, Baker scored 20 points in the paint, four of which came from Macy Wallisch off the bench.
The Wildcats shot well from three, connecting on 10-of-19 from beyond the arc and nailed 19-of-27 from the free-throw line.
Baker will look for five in a row, as they host Evangel this Saturday, Feb. 2 at 2 p.m. at the Collins Center.