3.16.10 | Softball
Baker softball splits doubleheader with No. 17 William Penn
- Softball split with No. 17 William Penn Tuesday afternoon.
OLATHE, Kan. - Allie Losey drove in two runs and Heather Gruber pitched a complete game as the Baker women's softball team went on to defeat No. 17 William Penn University, 4-3 in game one of a twinbill Tuesday afternoon.
3.7.10 | Softball
Baker softball goes 2-3 on the weekend in Arkansas
CONWAY, Ark. - The Baker University softball team participated in the Central Baptist University invitational this past weekend. The Wildcats went 2-3 on the weekend after participating in games all-day Friday and Saturday.
Baker vs MidAmerican Christian
Annie Hannon and Katie Worley (pictured) each had solo HR's, but it wasn't enough for the Wildcats in their first game of the weekend. Heather Gruber pitched nine innings allowing 11 hits and seven runs as the Wildcats fell 8-7. View the box score here.
Baker vs MidContent
In a game that saw nine innings of action, it was the Baker WIldcats coming out on top. Brittany Vollenweider pitched six innings while allowing only three runs. Heather Gruber took the mound for extra innings with the game tied 3-3 and pitched three scoreless innings. Allie Losey led the way offensively going 2-for-3 at the plate with two RBI's. View the box score here.
Baker vs Bacone College
Brittany Vollenweider pitched a complete game shuout as Baker went on to roll to its second victory of the weekend. Kelsey Epperson led the offensively going 1-for-3 with 2 RBI's in the victory. View the box score here.
2.28.10 | Softball
Baker softball tops Morningside, 3-2
CONWAY, Ark. - The Baker University softball team was finally able to get into action this past weekend when they traveled to the CBC Classic in Conway, Ark.
The Wildcats finished the weekend, 2-3, with victories against Morningside College and Peru State College.
2.25.10 | Softball
Wildcats ready for season opener
CONWAY, Ark. – The Baker softball team is set to open the season with five games in three days at the Central Baptist College February Meltdown Tournament this weekend.
On Friday, Baker will play a doubleheader at noon against Bellevue University and at 2 p.m. against Texas Wesleyan University.
On Saturday, Baker will face Peru State University at noon and Lyon College at 2 p.m.
To finish the weekend, the Wildcats will take on Morningside College at 10 a.m. Sunday.
Coach Matt Windle, entering his first year leading the Wildcats, is eager to see his team take the diamond for the first time.
“I’m excited to finally get outside and get some games in," Windle said. "The girls have been working hard in preparation for this weekend, so I know they’re just as excited to get going as I am.”
2.19.10 | Softball
Coach Windle announces the signing of Renata Dill
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - Baker University softball coach Matt Windle announced the signing of Renata Dill on Friday afternoon.
Dill, a senior at Manhattan High School (Manhattan, Kan.) can play a wide variety of positions, but is most comfortable in the outfield or at third base.
2.17.10 | Softball
Softball inks two future Wildcats
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - Baker University is proud to announce the signing of Maggie Holmberg and Sara Bell. Holmberg comes to Baker from Washburn Rural High School in Topeka while Bell comes from LaMointe High School in Missouri.
Holmberg, a 6-foot-1 senior, commands a presence on the mound and possesses a calmness that makes her one of the top high school pitchers in Kansas.
2.4.10 | Softball
Softball announces the signing of Kayla Morse
- Coach Windle with, Kayla Morse (center), father Gary (left), sister Chloe (right)
and mother LaRissa (far right)
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - Head softball coach Matt Windle is proud to announce that Kayla Morse has signed a letter of intent to play softball at Baker University. Kayla will graduate from Olathe Northwest High School (Olathe, Kan.) and is planning on majoring in nursing. Kayla was an important piece in her school’s first ever state title and undefeated season. Expectations are high for her senior season, but she welcomes the test to repeat. “Kayla is an absolute competitor and has the fundamental training to excel at the NAIA level. She is extremely quick, hits from both sides, and can play multiple positions. I am very happy to welcome her to Baker and expect great things from her," stated Windle.
The Wildcats begin their season on Feb. 27, in Olathe, Kan. at the MidAmerica Nazarene Invitational.