Thompson turned in one of the lowest rounds in program history last week at the Eagle Invitational hosted by Central Methodist.
The junior from Pittsburg, Kan., shot an opening-round total of 66, the lowest total by a Baker golfer since at least 2005. He followed that up with an even-par round of 71 and won the 36-hole event at 5-under par.
Dillingham gave Baker its Golfer of the Week award in as many Mondays after a steady performance at the Doane (Neb.) Fall Invitational.
The native of Topeka, Kan., carded rounds of 83 and 82 over the 5,940-yard, par-72 course at the Wilderness Ridge Golf Club in Lincoln, Neb., the site of the 2014 NAIA Women's Golf National Championships.
Her two-round total was good for 11th place overall and helped the Wildcats to 9th among 18 teams.
Both Thompson and Dillingham and the rest of the Wildcats will take on the Missouri Valley Invitational this Oct. 7-8 in Marshall, Mo.