The Wildcats finished with 106 points just 13.5 points behind Kansas Cup Champion Labette Community College.
All ten competitors for the Wildcats placed in the Top six and reigning Heart of America Athletic Conference Wrestler of the Week Brandon Gebhardt captured the 285-pound championship.
Alan Callhan advanced all the way to the championship round of the 125-pound weight class and fell to Neosho County CC's Tim Prescott, 5-3.
133-pound wrestler AJ Gassman won the fifth-place bout over Benedictine's Clifford Ikenberry, 4-0, and Joel Olivas advanced all the way to the third-place competition in the 141-pound weight class, falling to Luke Dutch of Pratt CC.
Nick Haugen won the third-place 149-pound bout against Joe Hunter of Benedictine and teammate Connor Middleton also won his final competition of the day in the fifth-place 157-pound match against Pratt's Tyler Cassity.
Nathan Sommer competed in the third-place match of the 165-pound weight class and fell to NCAA Division II's Sam Thoman from Fort Hays State by a score of 8-3.
Parker Owen took on Newman's Reece Wright-Conklin in the championship round of the 174-pound weight division and feel to his counterpart, Tyler Hassenbank by a score of 4-3.
Jarid Price went up against Fort Hays State's Zack Grimes in the 184-pound third-place match with Grimes coming out victorious by a score of 12-2 and Dylan Berg competed in the fifth-place match in the 197 pound weight class and fell to Neosho County's Christian Duckens, 6-4.
Finally, Baker's Brandon Gebhardt defeated the No. 1 heavyweight in the country among community college wrestlers in Trey Page, 7-0, in the championship of the 285-pound class.
Baker will next take on Bethany College on senior night here at the Collins Center on Saturday, Feb. 2 at 2 p.m. in a dual against the Swedes.