Baker dominated the competition collecting 332.50 total points for a first-place team finish. Benedictine took second, while Park was third, University of St. Mary was fourth and Kansas Wesleyan took fifth.
Baker took home 18 first-place finishes on the day including, women's hammer, men's hammer, men's shot put, women's shot, women's high jump, women's long jump, women's pole vault, men's pole vault, women's discus, women's javelin, men's javelin, women's triple jump, men's 10,000m, women's 100-meter hurdles, men's 110m hurdles, women's 100m, women's 400m hurdles and women's 200m.
Kayla Hannam had a huge day for the Wildcats, as she broke the school record in the high jump and triple jump with national 'A' standard marks of 1.71m and 11.74m respectively.
She also helped Baker to a 4x4 first-place finish in a time of 4:08.68. Her high jump mark leads the nation is now ranked No. 5 in the country in the triple jump.