1.7.12 | Women's Basketball
Baker women with third-straight game with 75-67 win over Culver-Stockton
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker University women’s basketball team rattled off its third-straight victory Saturday afternoon with a 75-67 victory over Culver-Stockton College.
Junior Alisha Fanshier led all Baker scorers with a game-high 21 points and senior Gloria Atanmo tied a career-high, netting 19 points while pulling down eight rebounds. Freshman Shelbi Petty and Kyra Ramsey added 16 and 10 points respectively in a game that never saw the Wildcats trail.
1.6.12 | Basketball
Fanshier leads Baker in 84-66 rout over Peru State College
PERU, Neb. - Five players scored in double figures as the Baker women’s basketball team picked up its second consecutive win on Thursday evening with a 84-66 victory over Peru State College.
Junior Alisha Fanshier scored a team-high 21 points, 13 of which came from the charity-stripe. Four other players scored in double figures as Rashida Simpson added 16, Avery Vogts tallied 12, while Shlbi Petty and Gloria Atanmo each finished with 10.
1.3.12 | Women's Basketball
Baker women look to make strides in second half of 2011-12 season
HILLSBORO, Kan. – Baker University head women’s basketball coach Ben Lister believes some of the growing pains the team suffered in the first half of the season, could potentially pay off in the second half.
The Wildcats closed out the first half of the season with a 58-48 victory over Tabor College on Dec. 31., in the Tabor Holiday Classic. Three players Alisha Fanshier (17 points), Gloria Atanmo (15 points), and Shelbi Petty (12 points) all scored in double figures to lead the Wildcats offensively.
12.15.11 | Women's Basketball
Spring Hill standout Jami Hodge signs with Baker for 2012 season
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Head women’s basketball coach Ben Lister announced the signing of Spring Hill High School standout Jami Hodge for the 2012 season on Dec. 14.
Hodge is coming off a 2010 season in which she was named third team all-state (4A), Tri County Player of the Year, along with first team all-league honors.
12.3.11 | Women's Basketball
Second half surge propels Missouri Valley past Baker, 72-71
MARSHALL, Mo. – The Baker women’s basketball team dropped another heartbreaker on Saturday afternoon to Missouri Valley College, 72-71.
Baker (1-10, 0-2 HAAC) held a 41-37 lead at halftime, but the Vikings managed to erase that deficit early in the second half when they went on a 11-6 run the first six minutes out of the break.
Trailing 72-71 with 22 seconds remaining in regulation, the Wildcats got the ball to Shelbi Petty, but Sami Jackson of Missouri Valley blocked the potential game-winning shot as time expired.
12.1.11 | Women's Basketball
Baker women drop HAAC opener to Avila University, 65-55
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Alisha Fanshier and Shelbi Petty (pictured) each scored in double figures for the Wildcats Thursday evening, but it wasn’t enough as the Wildcats dropped their season opener to Avila University, 65-55.
Fanshier finished the contest with 12 points and Petty added 10 points. Rae Lynne Stewart finished as the ‘Cats rebounding leader with seven boards.
Baker (1-9, 0-1 HAAC) finished the contest just 17-for-55 (31 percent) from the field and 7-for-20 from beyond the arc.
11.16.11 | Women's Basketball
Wildcats fall to No. 24 Rogers State, 85-63
CLAREMORE, Okla. – Turnovers were the story Wednesday evening as the Wildcats fell to Rogers State, 85-63.
Baker (1-6) committed 26 turnovers and got outscored 44-24 on points in the paint. The Hillcats also outscored Baker 20-5 on points off turnovers.
Senior Gloria Atanmo led the way offensively with 18 points and 11 rebounds to record her first double-double of the season. Atanmo finished the contest 9-for-17 from the floor.
11.11.11 | Women's Basketball
Ottawa outlasts Baker 65-61
OTTAWA, Kan. – Two players scored in double figures for Baker Friday night, but it wasn’t enough as Ottawa hung on to defeat the Wildcats 65-61.
Alisha Fanshier led the way with 16 points while shooting 7-for-16 from the floor. Gloria Atanmo pulled down nine rebounds and 14 points, just one board shy of her first double-double of the season.