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11.7.09 | Volleyball

Baker volleyball rolls into the second round of HAAC playoffsBrooke Pryor

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - The Wildcats didn't waste any time moving on in the HAAC playoffs. Baker took down MidAmerica Nazarene in three-straight sets (27-25, 25-17, 26-24).

Brooke Pryor (pictured) led the way offensively with 23 kills. NAIA leader Brooke Allen continued her dominance as the best defensive specialist in the nation, recording 27 digs.

Pryor closed the game out with a floor-thumping kill to close out set three, 26-24.

Baker will be back in action Wednesday when they host round 2 of the HAAC playoffs at 7 p.m. at the Collins Center.

11.3.09 | Volleyball

Volleyball sets regular season record with 31 wins

Nikki Anderson

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - The Baker women's volleyball team closed out its 2009 regular season campaign on Tuesday evening with a 3-0 sweep over MidAmerica Nazarene University.

Before the contest, senior Nikki Anderson was honored for her contributions over the past three seasons to BU volleyball. "BU volleyball was the most important thing to me over the past four years at Baker," said Anderson. Kathy Allen touched on how special it is to see a JV player grow and finally reach the varsity ranks. "Nikki came up through the ranks. I give her all the credit in the world for the player she has become today," stated Allen.

11.3.09 | Volleyball
Nikki Anderson

10.30.09 | JV Volleyball Tournament


Baker to host JV Volleyball tournament on Friday

Baker University will host this year's JV volleyball tournament on Friday afternoon starting at 9 a.m.  HAAC JV Schedule of Matches

10.27.09 | Volleyball

Baker volleyball wins 30th gameChristina Delladio

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - The Baker women's volleyball team claimed its 30th victory of the season on Tuesday evening against William Jewell College.

Offensively the ’Cats were led by junior Christina Delladio, who recorded 15 kills in the contest. Following closely behind was HAAC leader, Brooke Pryor, who recorded 12.

Defensively, Brooke Allen was at it again. Allen recorded 46 digs in the contest, and continues to lead the NAIA with 6.8 digs per set.

10.27.09 | Volleyball

Baker takes on William Jewell College live on the Internet

The Lady ’Cats come into play tonight on the verge of winning 30 games for the first time in school history, which would eclipse last season’s win total by eight games. Brooke Allen is No. 1 in the NAIA with 6.8 digs per set. Brooke Pryor ranks No. 3 nationally with 485 total kills.

Last weekend the Wildcats knocked off Haskell 3-0 and College of the Ozarks 3-1. The College of the Ozarks was ranked ahead of the Wildcats in last week’s NAIA top 25 poll.

William Jewell College has a 13-18 overall record and a 4-4 mark in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. Jewell has lost two of its last four games and is sixth in the HAAC standings.

Live broadcast will begin at 6:30 p.m.  View the live Internet feed here.

10.26.09 | Volleyball

Pryor and Allen named to HAAC weekly awards for third and fourth timeBrooke Allen

Brooke Pryor was named HAAC Hitter of the Week along with HAAC Player of the Week after recording 68 kills over her past four games. This was the third time this season Pryor has been named to the list. By receiving the Player of the Week honor, she will automatically be nominated for National Player of the Week, which will be announced on Monday afternoon.

Brooke Allen (pictured) was named HAAC Libero of the Week for the fourth time this season on Monday. Allen recorded 115 digs over her past four games. She currently ranks No. 1 in the country in digs per game with an average of 6.8 per set.

The Wildcats currently own a record of 29-3 on the season.

View the full voting here.

10.24.09 | Volleyball

Volleyball takes both games at double-dualChristina Delladio

The Baker volleyball team improved to 29-3 on the season Saturday afternoon defeating Haskell Indian Nations and College of the Ozarks.

Baker took down Haskell 25-13, 25-14, 25-20. Offensively the Wildcats were led by Nichole Kamies and Christina Delladio (pictured), who recorded 8 kills each. Jana Boss recorded 27 assists and Kelsey Allen converted two service aces as the Lady ’Cats rolled to a 3-0 victory.

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