KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Baker University men’s basketball team was selected to finish third in Monday’s 2012 HAAC Preseason Coaches’ Poll, announced at the annual Media Day festivities inside the Hall of Fame suite at the Kansas City Royals Kauffman Stadium.
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – First-year head men’s basketball coach Sean Dooley has signed five new student-athletes for his first recruiting class at Baker University and adds depth to a team that qualified for the 2012 Buffalo Funds-NAIA Men’s Basketball National Championship Tournament for the first time since 1941.
4.27.12 | Men's Basketball
Baker University names Sean Dooley men’s basketball coach
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Sean Dooley, an assistant coach at perennial NAIA basketball powerhouse Columbia (Mo.) College, has been named the 26th head coach in Baker University men’s basketball history, Baker University Director of Athletics Theresa Yetmar announced on Friday.
At Columbia, Dooley is coming off four consecutive 25-plus win seasons and four trips to the NAIA National Tournament, including one NAIA National runner-up finish.
“Sean is a great fit to lead our program,” Yetmar said. “His work ethic, values and passion for mentoring student-athletes naturally align with our mission. Sean has provided strong leadership for winning NAIA programs and we expect our men’s basketball program to consistently compete at a championship level.”
3.29.12 | Men's Basketball
Baker University head coach Brett Ballard set to join Manning at Tulsa
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Baker University head men’s basketball coach Brett Ballard has accepted a coaching position at the University of Tulsa, the BU athletic department announced on Thursday afternoon.
Ballard will join the Hurricane as an assistant coach under legendary KU player and assistant coach Danny Manning.
During his time at Baker, Ballard led the Wildcats to new heights in just two seasons.
- No. 18 Evangel Edges Baker, 61-53
- Wildcats Fall at Avila, 74-60
- Baker Wins Fifth Straight HAAC Game
- Baker Picks up Sweet win on Valentine’s Day
- Upset Bid comes up Short for BU against No. 11 BC
- EJ Carter again Leads Baker past Graceland
- Carter & Fulks Combine for 53 points in Loss at CMU
- Wildcats Fall to MNU, 75-60