The Eagles fell to 6-3 and 0-1 in the HAAC. After a defensive battle in the first half and the score tied at 0-0 at halftime, senior Jordan Dolbin finally put Baker on the board in the 60th minute with a penalty kick goal past keeper Brittany Andert.
Dolbin took a game high five shots and as a team the Wildcats took 12, with eight coming in the first half and four in the second.
Alexa Fryer scored 10 minutes later in the 70th minute off of a beautiful pass in the box from Dolbin. The goal was the seventh on the season for Fryer, which leads the team.
With just a few minutes remaining in regulation, Jordie Retzlaff brought the Eagles within one goal with a score in the 86th minute with the assist going to teammate Christine Ehrmann.
Finola Corley had two shots on goal for Baker and Shalynn Eldredge-McMillan added two shots and one on goal, only four Wildcats attempted a shot on Sunday.
Baker will take a few days off before its next HAAC game on Saturday, Oct. 6 when they travel to Kansas City, Mo., to take on Avila University at 1 p.m.