Coach Dooley and the Wildcats defeated Missouri Baptist, 78-74, on Friday evening and then fell to Dooley's alma mater No. 4 ranked Columbia College, 105-71, on Saturday afternoon.
Baker currently stands at 4-4 and next takes on No. 15 MidAmerica Nazarene this Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 7:30 p.m. for the HAAC Conference opener inside the Collins Center.
Two Wildcats earned spots on the All-Tournament team, as EJ Carter and Jared Fulks were both named to the All-Tournament squad.
Carter put up 17 points in the Wildcats win over MBU and a team high 22 against Columbia, while Fulks dropped six against CC and 20 against the Spartans.
Javeion Gray also scored in double figures against MBU on Friday, as he poured in 15 and the Wildcats outrebounded MBU, 34-28, and shot an impressive 20-of-28 from the free-throw line.
Coach Dooley served as the lead assistant to Hall of Fame coach Bob Burchard for five years at Columbia and graduated from CC after a stellar playing career in 2002.
CMU – Melvin Tilman
Baker – Jared Fulks
Baker – EJ Carter
MBU – Kalvin Lewis
CC – Devin Griffin
MVP – (CC) – Derrick Dilworth
The game between MNU and Baker will be carried live via live stats and live video at www.bakerwildcats.com.