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10.24.09 | Women's Soccer

Lindenwood upsets No. 15 BakerJen Sampson

A hat trick by Lindenwood's Kendall Kravec sealed the game Saturday evening in St. Charles, Mo.

Kravec scored all three of the Lions goals for her first hat trick of the season. Heading into the 38th minute Baker was traiing 2-0 before Jen Sampson (pictured) was able to cut the lead in half. The second half of play was dominated by Lindenwood. Kravec scored her third goal of the evening during the 51st minute on an assist from Ashley Tankersley.

With the loss Baker fell to 11-5 overall and 5-2 in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. The ’Cats will be back in action Friday evening when they take on Culver-Stockton College.

10.24.09 | Women's Soccer

No. 15 Baker travels to Lindenwood Saturday for decisive conference showdown

The Lady Cats will hit the road on Saturday to take on conference rival Lindenwood University (5-6-1, 2-2-1). The last time these two teams met was in the HAAC Playoffs last season when Lindenwood ended the Wildcats season on penalty kicks.

Baker will come into play with a 11-4 overall record and 5-1 mark in the HAAC.

Alix Schiraldi continues to lead the Wildcats in every offensive statistical category, most importantly goals with eight on the season.

Check back for full scores and recaps Saturday evening.

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10.20.09 | Women's Soccer

Women's soccer receives highest ranking in school history

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - When the NAIA national office released the top 25 rankings this afternoon, it was the first time in school history that the women's program was ranked ahead of the men's.

10.17.09 | Women's Soccer

Dupes records eighth shutout of the season as Baker rolls 3-0Maggie Dupes

Maggie Dupes (pictured) was stellar yet again as the Lady ’Cats went on to roll Missouri Valley 3-0 on Saturday afternoon in Marshall, Mo.

Dupes made three saves to record her eighth shutout of the season. Baker improved to 11-4, 5-1. The Wildcats are ranked No.18 in the country with hopes of moving up after picking up two key victories this week.


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10.17.09 | Women's Soccer

Women look to keep winning streak alive at Missouri Valley

The Lady ’Cats look to keep the momentum rolling after defeating Park University 1-0 Tuesday evening in double overtime. The ’Cats come into play with a No. 18 national ranking, 10-4-0 overall record and 4-1 in the HAAC.

10.13.09 | Women's Soccer

Women’s soccer wins double overtime thriller over No. 16 ParkJenny Haynes

Jenny Haynes’ goal with 1:24 left was all it took Tuesday evening to put No. 18 Baker past No. 16 Park University.

Baker recorded their second upset over a Top 25 team within the last week. Baker took down No. 10 Benedictine College this past weekend.

Haynes took a pass at the center of the box from Alix Schiraldi to score the game winner.

Baker goalkeeper Katelin Leon made 11 saves in the contest.

Baker will return to the field this weekend when they travel to Missouri Valley College

View full box score here.

 

10.10.09 | Women’s Soccer

No. 19 Baker takes down No. 9 BenedictineWomen defeat Benedictine

The No. 19 Lady ‘Cats came out to play on Saturday evening, handing No. 9 Benedictine College their first loss of the season.

Ashley Ukena got the action started just 11 minutes into the first half when she blasted a shot from the top of the box to give Baker a 1-0 lead.

Maggie Dupes came up huge again stopping 4 shots, one of which came at a critical point with 20 minutes remaining in regulation. Dupes has now recorded six shutouts on the season.

10.6.09 | Women's Soccer

Women's soccer jumps in latest NAIA Top 25 pollTop 25 Poll

The Baker women's soccer team has entered the 2009 Top 25 poll. The Lady 'Cats come into the Oct. 6 poll ranked No. 19 nationally after receiving votes for the past three weeks. Baker now sits at 8-4-0 on the season.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Four new women’s soccer teams find themselves in the Top 25 in the fifth week of the NAIA Women’s Soccer Coaches’ Top 25 Poll, the NAIA announced on Tuesday. No. 17 Concordia (Calif.), No. 19 Baker (Kan.), No. 21 Science & Arts (Okla.) and No. 25 Trinity Christian (Ill.) all jumped into the Top 25 this week. Four schools is the most to move into the rankings since eight teams moved into the top 25 on Sept. 8, 2009, the first week of the regular season poll. California Baptist retains the No. 1 spot for the fifth consecutive week. The top five is rounded out by No. 2 Lindsey Wilson (Ky.), No. 3 Lee (Tenn.), No. 4 Azusa Pacific and No. 5 Concordia (Ore.).

California Baptist posted its eighth and ninth shutouts of the season last week against Biola (Calif.) and then-ranked No. 13 The Master’s (Calif.) to move to 10-0-1 on the season. The Lancers recorded 2-0 and 1-0 victories respectively and pushed their scoreless streak to 849 consecutive minutes.

Lindsey Wilson retains its No. 2 rating after knocking off previously undefeated and then-ranked No. 5 William Carey (Miss.), 3-1, last Friday. The win made the Blue Raiders 8-2-1 on the season and gave them a 4-2-1 record against teams currently ranked in the Top 25.

Lee recorded back-to-back shutouts last week over No. 20 Auburn Montgomery (Ala.), 2-0, and Faulkner (Ala.), 6-0, to stand firm at No. 3. Azusa Pacific posted a pair of 1-0 shutouts over Hope International (Calif.) last Tuesday and then-ranked No. 21 Point Loma Nazarene (Calif.) last Friday. Concordia (Ore.) moves up one spot into the top five after defeating Northwest (Wash.) 1-0, last Friday. The victory marks the third straight shutout for the Cavaliers.

Thirteen conferences are represented in the Top 25; the Golden State Athletic Conference leads all conferences with five schools. The GSAC is represented by California Baptist, Azusa Pacific, No. 9 Vanguard (Calif.), No. 17 Concordia (Calif.) and The Master’s. With the addition of Baker (Kan.), the Heart of America Athletic Conference now has four schools in the rankings. The three other HAAC schools are No. 10 Benedictine (Kan.), No. 14 Graceland (Iowa) and No. 24 William Jewell (Mo.).

The poll was voted upon by a panel of head coaches representing each of the conferences, independents and unaffiliated groups. The sixth regular season Top 25 poll will be announced on Oct. 13.

Notes:

Four new teams entered the poll this week, the most since eight teams entered the poll on Sept. 8, 2009, the first poll of the regular season… Lindsey Wilson has been ranked in the top five for the past 34 consecutive weeks dating back to Sept. 20, 2006… Lee has been rated in the top five for 27 consecutive weeks; the streak began on Aug. 15, 2007… Azusa Pacific has held a top five ranking for 26 consecutive weeks dating back to their No. 1 ranking on Sept. 5, 2007…Concordia (Ore.) leads all teams with 11 wins… The Top 25 has a combined record of 182-46-25 (0.769)…California Baptist at 10-0-1 and Benedictine at 9-0-2 are the only two undefeated teams remaining this season… The top five-teams in the poll have outscored their opponents 142-36 and have combined for 31 shutouts…


2009 NAIA Women's Soccer Coaches' Top 25 Poll - (Oct. 6)

RANK

LAST POLL

SCHOOL (1st Place Votes)

2009 RECORD*

TOTAL POINTS

1

1

California Baptist University (21)

10-0-1

591

2

2

Lindsey Wilson College (Ky.)

8-2-1

563

3

3

Lee University (Tenn.)

6-2-0

553

4

4

Azusa Pacific University (Calif.)

7-2-0

537

5

6

Concordia University (Ore.)

11-1

520

6

7

Martin Methodist College (Tenn.)

7-2-2

484

7

5

William Carey University (Miss.)

9-1-1

473

8

8

Simon Fraser (B.C.)

6-3-1

440

9

10

Vanguard University (Calif.)

7-1-0

430

10

9

Benedictine College (Kan.)

9-0-2

429

11

11

Indiana Wesleyan University

8-1-1

404

12

12

McKendree University (Ill.)

9-1-2

396

13

14

Northwood University (Fla.)

7-3-0

358

14

19

Graceland University (Iowa)

7-1-2

331

15

18

Olivet Nazarene University (Ill.)

10-1-1

303

16

16

Park University (Mo.)

5-2-1

273

17

RV

Concordia University (Calif.)

5-1-2

248

18

13

The Master’s College (Calif.)

8-2-1

243

19

RV

Baker University (Kan.)

8-3-0

206

20

20

Auburn University Montgomery

6-3-0

193

21

RV

University of Science & Arts (Okla.)

8-2-0

187

22

24

Carroll College (Mont.)

6-3-1

150

23

25

Ohio Dominican University

5-3-2

138

24

15

William Jewell College (Mo.)

6-3-1

104

25

RV

Trinity Christian College (Ill.)

4-3-3

101

Others receiving votes: Siena Heights University (Mich.) 93; Saint Ambrose University (Iowa) 82; College of Idaho 71; Point Loma Nazarene University (Calif.) 65; Oklahoma Christian University 57; Houghton College (N.Y.) 51; Brenau University (Ga.) 38; Dakota Wesleyan University (S.D.) 35; Union College (Ky.) 32; Spring Arbor University (Mich.) 28; Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Fla.) 20; Fresno Pacific University (Calif.) 13; Ottawa University (Kan.) 10; MidAmerica Nazarene University (Kan.) 10; California State University-San Marcos 10; Judson University (Ill.) 7; Marian College (Ind.) 5; Union University (Tenn.) 5; Hastings College (Neb.) 4; Bellevue University (Neb.) 3; University of Maine at Fort Kent 1; William Jessup University (Calif.) 1; Savannah College of Art & Design (Ga.) 1; Texas Wesleyan University 1; Robert Morris College (Ill.) 1; Westmont College (Calif.) 1; Dordt College (Iowa) 1; Kansas Wesleyan University 1; Rogers State University (Okla.) 1

*Record as submitted by conference rater

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