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9.5.09 | Men's Soccer

Wildcats stay undefeated

Matt Germain got things started for the Baker Wildcats netting his first goal of the season on Saturday just 10 minutes into play. Shortly thereafter freshman Nick Aguilar scored the first goal of his college career, helping 12th-ranked Baker improve their overall season record to 2-0.

"We battled hard for the first 25 minutes and put the pressure on, which ended up creating some opportunities for us," stated Coach Houser. Late in the game Kome Okiomah was credited with his second goal of the season en route to the 3-0 shutout victory. Goalkeeper Alex Burton made two saves in the contest for his second straight shutout of the year.

Baker will be back in action Sunday afternoon when they face No. 23 McKendree College.

Men's Soccer wins season openerKome Okiomah

Kome Okiomah (pictured) scored the lone goal in the WIldcats' season opener at Morningside College on Sunday. Ten minutes into the second half Okiomah was set up by an assist from Luke Haidarovic, lifting the No. 12 Wildcats to their first victory of 2009.

Baker outshot the Mustings 19-5 in the contest.

Baker goalkeeper Alex Burton made three saves in the contest to earn the shutout.

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Men's Soccer ranked No. 12 nationally

The finale of Baker's 2008 men's soccer season is still fresh in the minds of the players and fans who traveled to the NAIA National Tournament in Fresno, Calif. While players and fans are looking for a way to erase the bitterness of the loss to No. 11 Westmont in a 1-0 shutout, Head Coach Nate Houser is in no hurry to erase that memory. In fact, he wants his players to remember it and use it as motivation.

Men's Soccer ranked No. 12 nationally

The finale of Baker's 2008 men's soccer season is still fresh in the minds of the players and fans who traveled to the NAIA National Tournament in Fresno, Calif. While players and fans are looking for a way to erase the bitterness of the loss to No. 11 Westmont in a 1-0 shutout, Head Coach Nate Houser is in no hurry to erase that memory. In fact, he wants his players to remember it and use it as motivation.

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