With the loss, No. 4 seeded Baker ends its season with a 19-14 overall record, while No. 1 MNU advances to its second straight HAAC Championship match, as they take on No. 2 Graceland this Saturday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m.
Savannah Smith and Jana Boss played in their final games in a Wildcats uniform and played well, as Smith collected a team high 12 kills and nine digs and the setter Boss had 28 assists and eight digs.
The Wildcats played its best a the beginning of the match with a .212 hitting percentage in the first set with 13 kills and five of those coming from Smith.
The Pioneers then turned their defense on in the second and third sets, holding BU to hitting percentages of .031 and .139 in the second and third sets respectively.