The Wildcat defense was stellar in the first half, holding BC to just 18 first half points and 1-of-12 from three-point range for a shooting percentage of .083.
Baker did even better in the second half holding BC to 0-for-4 in the second half and the Ravens shot just 23.6-percent from the field on the night.
The Wildcat offense posted two double-digit scorers, as BriAnna Garza had a team high 14 and Kystie Ehm scored 13.
Baker led nearly throughout, as there was only one tie and two lead changes and the Baker bench outscored BC, 15-4.
The Wildcats largest lead came in the first half when they led by 21 points with 2:02 to go before the half.
Macy Wallisch didn't score a point offensively but she came up huge in the game with five more blocks and led the 'Cats with nine rebounds.
Shea Shoemaker poured in nine points and Rashida Simpson added eight points along with four rebounds.
Baker will next hit the road to take on Culver-Stockton this Saturday, Feb. 15 at 2 p.m. in Canton, Mo.