Baker bounced back after a tough five set loss last time out on Tuesday night against HAAC opponent Culver-Stockton.
The Wildcats are now 17-13 on the year and have one more match left in the conference regular season, as they take on Benedictine College on Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 7 p.m.
The Wildcats need a victory against the Ravens to clinch a home court advantage in the first round of the HAAC Playoffs and a No. 4 seed in the tournament.
In the match against Waldorf, the Wildcats hit .272 as a team with 11 total team blocks. Shannon Bond led the squad with a hitting percentage of .400. Savannah Smith had 10 kills to lead the team and Crystal Simon and Bond added seven.
Jasmyn Turner led Baker with three kills early in the first set and ended the day with five total kills. Jana Boss again had a solid day with 32 assists and four kills.
Smith out gained libero Renata Dill in digs with 10 and Dill finished with nine. As a team Baker had 41 digs and zero receiving errors.
Tuesday will also be senior night for the Wildcats, Baker honors seniors Jana Boss and Savannah Smith before the match.