Headlined by First-Team winners Summer Kelley, Erin Greenwood and Renata Dill, Mallorie Nelson and Tara Chumley joined their teammates on the Second-Team All-Conference, while Alyse Menghini and Peyton Weekly were named to the honorable mention all-conference squad.
Kelley was named the HAAC Player of the Week back on Apr. 15 and led the Wildcats with her .413 batting average, 45 hits and .615 slugging percentage in 2013.
Greenwood was one of the top pitcher's in the conference with two HAAC Pitcher of the Week honors and was the NAIA National Pitcher of the Week on Apr. 2 for her perfect game and three victories that week.
Greenwood went 15-5 in the regular season with an ERA of 1.38 and 208 strikeouts in 25 appearances.
Dill hit .325 on the season with six doubles and nine RBI and was third on the team in hits with 37. She was also perfect in the field with a 1.000 fielding percentage.
Mallorie Nelson picked up six victories in the circle for Baker and hit .360 from the plate, both good for second on the team.
Tara Chumley was a solid presence behind the plate for Baker at catcher. She threw out three runners attempting to steal a base and hit .275 with nine RBI and 19 hits.
Menghini was a strong third baseman for Coach Matt Windle, hitting .339 and led the team in home runs with five, doubles with 11 and RBI with 26.
Peyton Weekly helped Kelley on the right side of the field at second base and appeared and started in all 35 games for Baker.
Baker will now take on the HAAC Softball Tournament at the Blue Valley Recreation Complex in Overland Park, Kan., on Saturday, May 4 and Sunday, May 5.
Baker enters the tournament seeded No. 3 and will take on No. 6 Benedictine on Saturday at 1 p.m.
With a win they will play the winner of the No. 2 MNU vs. No. 7 Missouri Valley game at 3 p.m.