With the victory, Baker improves to 6-2-1 overall, while the Evangels fell to 4-4 on the season.
Rachel Theobald collected the shutout at goalkeeper for the Wildcats with six saves and the Baker defense allowed just 11 shots overall, giving up seven in the first half and four in the second.
As a team, Baker took 24 shots with 11 on goal and senior midfielder Jordan Dolbin took a team high 11 shots.
The Wildcats lit up the scoreboard first in the 13th minute with a goal from senior Finola Corley and the assist going to Alexa Fryer. Just 15 minutes later in the 28th minute Corley scored again to put Baker up 2-0, the assist went to Dolbin.
Baker then put the game away for good in the 81st minute, when Hilary Yoder knocked in her first goal of the season. Fryer took four shots on the night and freshman Shalynn Eldredge-McMillan added three attempts.
Baker will open up the HAAC regular season this Sunday, Sept. 30 as they host Central Methodist at 3 p.m. at Liston Stadium.