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10.20.09 | Volleyball

Baker survives scare at Missouri Valley

The Baker University volleyball team continued its conference schedule on Tuesday evening when they traveled to Marshall, Missouri to take on the Vikings.

Set 1 was all Baker, Brooke Pryor recorded six kills and Christina Delladio recorded two aces as Baker took the set 25-19.

The Vikings of Missouri Valley jumped out to an early 15-7 lead in set 2 before head coach Kathy Allen was forced to call a timeout. The Wildcats came storming back trailing by two points 18-20 before Missouri Valley had to call a timeout themselves. Baker battled back to tie the game at a 24-24 deadlock before Missoui Valley was able to score two-consecutive points to take Set 2, 26-24.

10.20.09 | Volleyball

Baker volleyball travels to Missouri Valley Tuesday eveningVB Blocks

The Baker University Lady ’Cats volleyball team will resume their conference schedule Tuesday evening when they travel to Marshall, Mo.

Baker (25-3, 5-1 HAAC) has been idle since a three-set sweep of Evangel University last Tuesday. Missouri Valley comes into play 8-15 overall and 2-4 in league play. The Vikings sit in 7th place, while the Wildcats sit one game behind Lindenwood for a share of the conference lead in 1st place.

10.13.09 | Volleyball

Baker volleyball takes down Evangel in three straight

The Baker volleyball team got back to their winning ways Tuesday evening in Baldwin City.  Baker swiftly defeated Evangel (27-25, 28-26, 25-21).  Baker improved their overall season record to 25-3 and 4-1 in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. Check back for full details.


10.13.09 | Volleyball

Baker to face Evangel in key conference volleyball match tonight live on the internetVB Internet

The Lady ’Cats (24-3, 4-1) will look to get back on track tonight when they face conference foe Evangel University (20-4), undefeated in the conference at 5-0. The ’Cats are coming off their first conference loss to No. 20 Lindenwood University last week, falling in four sets (15-25, 25-23, 20-25, 17-25).

10.6.09 | Volleyball

Baker falls to No. 21 Lindenwood

Heart of America Athletic Conference

George F. Collins Center

Baldwin City, Kan.

Baker (24-3, 4-1) 15           25           20           17

#21 Lindenwood (20-6, 5-0) 25           23           25           25

Game Notes:

Updated HAAC Standings

2009 Volleyball Standings

School

HAAC

Overall

GB

Streak

Evangel

5-0

1.000

20-4

.833

--

Won 2

Lindenwood

5-0

1.000

20-6

.769

--

Won 8

Baker

4-1

.800

24-3

.889

1.0

Lost 2

Benedictine

2-2

.500

18-4

.818

2.5

Won 4

MidAmerica Nazarene

2-2

.500

13-11

.542

2.5

Lost 2

Graceland

2-3

.400

12-7

.632

3.0

Won 1

Missouri Valley

2-3

.400

8-11

.421

3.0

Lost 3

Central Methodist

2-4

.333

6-12

.333

3.5

Lost 1

William Jewell

1-4

.200

8-13

.381

4.0

Lost 1

Culver-Stockton

0-4

.000

5-14

.263

4.5

Lost 2

Avila

0-4

.000

4-12

.250

4.5

Lost 2

Baker volleyball to be featured live on the Internet tonight

Baker (24-2, 4-0) hosts conference rival Lindenwood University (19-6, 4-0). The Wildcats have not beaten Lindenwood in the regular season or post-season play. “I am just so pleased with the way we are playing right now,” Baker coach Kathy Allen said. “I can’t wait to see how we perform tonight.”

The game will be featured live on the Internet through Ustream.tv

The broadcast will begin at 7:10 p.m.

Watch the game live.

10.5.09 | Volleyball

Lady ‘Cats finish 3-1 on the weekend heading into Tuesday evening showdown with LindenwoodVB

The Wildcats’ school-record 22-match win streak came to an end this weekend at the Lindenwood Invitational.

On Friday, Baker beat Indiana Wesleyan University in straight sets (25-18, 25-20, 27-25). Brooke Pryor recorded 17 kills, and Jana Boss chipped in 33 assists. Later that day, the ‘Cats extended their winning streak to 22 matches with a victory over Hannibal-LaGrange College (25-11, 25-22, 16-25, 25-23). Brooke Allen recorded 33 digs, Pryor had 20 kills and Boss contributed 41 assists.

9.26.09 | Volleyball

Baker wins 19th straight, Head coach Kathy Allen wins 250th game

The Lady ‘Cats continued their winning ways this weekend when they traveled to the Ottawa University Dual. In the first game of the day Baker took down Ottawa 3-0 (25-20,25-16,25-17). Brooke Pryor recorded 10 kills, Brooke Allen had 22 digs and Jana Boss recorded 30 assists. Game two featured Baker taking on Bethel College. Baker took the game 3 sets to 1 (28-26,25-22,20-25,25-19). Brooke Pryor recorded 20 kills, Brooke Allen had 30 digs and Jana Boss 37 assists. When things were over at the end of the day, 12 year veteran coach Kathy Allen had won her 250th game. “We need everyone to show up Tuesday evening for the big match-up against Benedictine, the game is absolutely huge for us,” stated Allen. The Wildcats now sit a 20-1 overall and 3-0 in conference play. The ‘Cats will be back in action Tuesday evening when they take on conference rival Benedictine College (12-3)(2-1) at 7:00 p.m. in the Collins Center.

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