11.14.11 | Women's Soccer
No. 18 Baker set to host No. 22 Bellevue (Neb.) in NAIA National Championship Opening Round
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker University women’s soccer team will begin its quest to defend its historic 2010 NAIA Fab Four run with a showdown against 22nd ranked Bellevue (Neb.) in the 2011 NAIA Women’s Soccer National Championship Opening Round on Nov. 19.
11.12.11 | Women's Soccer
Baker women defend HAAC tournament crown
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - The No. 21-ranked Baker University women’s soccer team defended its Heart of America Athletic Conference tournament championship with a 2-1 victory over Graceland on Saturday at Liston Stadium.
“It feels good to vindicate what we did in the regular season,” said Wildcat head coach Nate Houser, who shared the regular-season conference title with Graceland.
The Wildcats rallied after surrendering a goal a minute into the contest when Gisela Arrieta connected from 15 yards out.
11.12.12 | Women's Soccer
No. 21 Women’s soccer set for HAAC title game with Graceland
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Coming off a NAIA Final Four run in 2010, the Baker women’s soccer team will have a chance to clinch an automatic berth into the NAIA National Championships once again on Saturday evening at 5 p.m. from Liston Stadium.
11.10.11 | Women's Soccer
Wildcats advance to HAAC Championship game with 2-1 victory over Avila
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Two first half goals were all the Wildcats needed Thursday evening to move past Avila University into the HAAC Championship game Saturday night against Graceland University.
Alix Schiraldi put the Wildcats on the board first with a goal just seven minutes into the contest after she received a ball in the box from Ashley Ukena.
Women’s soccer teams dominate HAAC awards
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Baker Univeristy women’s soccer team racked up the annual Heart of America Athletic Conference postseason accolades.
The Baker women had six players named to the all-HAAC squad, along with one Defensive Player of the Year (Maggie Dupes), one Co-Offensive Player of the Year (Alix Schiraldi), and one Coach of the Year award to head coach Nate Houser.
11.1.11 | Women's Soccer
No. 21 Baker defeats Missouri Valley for HAAC title
MARSHALL, Mo. – Ashley Ukena put Baker on the scoreboard first in the 34th minute on goal from Ashley Mauck and Alexa Fryer added an insurance goal in the 41st minute as Baker went on to win the 2011 HAAC Regular Season Conference Championship.
Goalkeeper Maggie Dupes made three saves in the contest to record her second shutout of the season.
Baker (11-3-1, 5-1-1 HAAC) will take the No. 1 overall seed entering the 2011 HAAC Conference Tournament. Brackets will be announced later this week.
10.23.11 | Women's Soccer
Ashley Mauck scores game winner in double overtime to defeat Benedictine
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The game itself was back-and-fourth throughout, but Ashley Mauck came through huge for the Baker women as they defeated Benedictine College 1-0 on Saturday evening.
Baker (9-3-1, 3-1-1 HAAC) outshot Benedictine 17-9 overall and 9-5 on goal. Benedictine goalkeeper Carissa Gregory made eight saves in the contest.
Goalkeeper Maggie Dupes made five saves for the Wildcats as she recorded her fourth shutout of the season.
10.18.11 | Women's Soccer
No. 19 Baker women fall to No. 18 Hastings
HASTINGS, Neb. – The Baker University women’s soccer team fell to Hastings College 4-2 on Tuesday evening.
The Broncos (12-2-1) jumped out to an early 2-0 lead and never trailed from that point forward. Maddie Michalek scored just two minutes into the contest for the Broncos, before Esmeralda Lacayo added another goal in the 18th minute.
Baker (8-3-1) responded quickly after going down two goals, as Jordan Dolbin knocked in a free kick just 37 seconds later.
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