POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. – The Baker University women's basketball team dropped its season opener at College of the Ozarks on Friday evening, 87-59, but will return home on Saturday, Nov. 3 for its home opener, as they take on Manhattan Christian College at 1 p.m. at the Collins Center.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Second-year Baker University head women’s basketball coach Ben Lister addressed the media on Monday afternoon at the annual Heart of America Athletic Conference basketball Media Day in the Hall of Fame suite at the Kansas City Royals Kauffman Stadium.
2.27.12 | Women's Basketball
Atanmo and Petty highlight Baker all-HAAC selections
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Senior Gloria Atanmo (Phoenix, Ariz.) and freshman Shelbi Petty (DeSoto, Kan.) were named to the 2012 Women’s Basketball All-Heart of America Athletic Conference team, the league office announced on Monday afternoon.
Atanmo, a third-team selection, led the Wildcats with nine double-doubles and ranked second on the team in scoring with 11.2 points per game. She led Baker with 8.6 rebounds per game.
2.23.12 | Women's Basketball
Baker looks forward to Senior Day after 67-49 loss to Benedictine
ATCHISON, Kan. – Baker opened the game with a 3-0 lead and only gained that advantage two more times in the opening 12 minutes before Benedictine finally pulled away.
Baker (6-23, 4-13 HAAC) pulled to within three points with just over a minute to go before the half, but it would be the closest Baker would come, as Benedictine (16-12, 11-6 HAAC) pulled away in the second half for a 67-49 victory.
Freshman Shelbi Petty and senior Rae Lynne Stewart led the Baker offense with team high’s of 12 points apiece. Senior Gloria Atanmo finished as Baker’s leading rebounder with eight.
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