BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Under Baker University Hall of Fame coach Nate Houser the men's soccer program has become a national power within the NAIA and has done so with a cast of players from experienced squads to teams with young leadership. The 2014 team hopes to return to national prominence.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – For just the third time in program history, a Baker University men's soccer player has been named a NSCAA First Team All-American, the first two were baker head coach Nate Houser and 2013 Baker grad Nate Byarlay, but the newest First Team All-American to join the group from BU is senior defender Andy Griffin.
- No. 4 Baker Moves on to Heart Semifinals
- Didic, Houser Highlight All-Conference Awards for Men’s Soccer
- Men’s Soccer Jumps up to No. 4 in Latest Poll
- Blake Levine Captures Second Heart Weekly Honor of 2015
- No. 7 Baker Wins Heart Regular Season Crown
- Blake Levine’s Two Goals Leads No. 7 Baker over No. 9 MNU
- No. 7 Missouri Valley Ends No. 4 Baker’s Winning Streak
- Kyle Young Named Heart Defensive Player of the Week