The Wildcats have been ranked in every Coaches’ Poll this season and as a high as No. 6. Baker is currently, 9-3-1 on the year and 3-1 in the HAAC.
Graceland jumped the Wildcats in the poll after defeating them, 2-1, in overtime on Sunday in the NAIA Game of the Week, jumping from No. 17 last week to No. 15 this week.
Fellow HAAC school Benedictine College is also ranked this week, coming in at No. 25, the same spot they held a week ago.
Notes: (All information dates back to 1999) Concordia (Ore.) earns the No. 1 ranking for the sixth-straight week and 16th all-time ... Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) owns the most No. 1 rankings all-time with 41, followed by former NAIA member Azusa Pacific (Calif.) (33), Westmont (Calif.) (19), Concordia (16), Lee (Tenn.) (11) and Martin Methodist (10) ... Lindsey Wilson owns the longest current active streak of consecutive appearances in the Top 25 with 144 ... Concordia (123) and Lee (105) are the only other programs to occupy a spot in the poll 100-or-more consecutive weeks ... The Blue Raiders also lead the way with consecutive weeks at No. 1 with 13, spanning the 2004 - 2005 seasons ... The 2011 Lee squad is the first team to start and end the season at No. 1 ... William Carey's No. 10 rating on Sept. 18 marked the first time the Crusaders have been in the top-10 since Sept. 6, 2011 (No. 7) ... No. 18 Brenau (Kan.) is making its first-ever appearance in the Top 25 ... Six of the top-10 teams have been ranked in the top-10 in every poll this season ... Concordia, Lee and Lindsey Wilson have been rated in the top three in every poll since the 2011 Postseason Poll (Dec. 6).