The Wildcats have opened up the season playing four straight opponents who are ranked in the NAIA Women’s Soccer Coaches’ Top 25 Preseason Poll.
Baker tied No. 9 Westmont at Liston Stadium, 2-2, in the season opener, and then defeated No. 24 University of Science & Arts, 3-1, on the road, finally followed that up with a tough double overtime loss at No. 11 Oklahoma City, 2-1.
The Wildcats enter the match, 1-1-1 overall and last season went unbeaten at home with a 8-0-1 record and hope to take down the Scorpions Sunday.
UT-Brownsville is 0-1 on the year after losing to No. 11 Oklahoma City, 4-0, on the road on Friday night.
Alexa Fryer leads Baker on offense with two goals scored and has attempted the most shots on goal with four.
Jordan Dolbin is the team leading shot taker with eight attempts and has one assist on the year. Ashley Mauk, Ashley Sampson and Finolar Corley are the other three Wildcats to score a goal this season.
Rachel Theobald has played all 310 minutes at goalkeeper for Baker, she has 16 saves and allowed four goals scored.
Fans can catch all the action on Sunday on live stats at www.bakerwildcats.com.