11.15.11 | Wrestling
Four Baker champions crowned at Bethany Open
LINDSBORG, Kan. – Four wrestlers were crowned champions and 13 others placed this past weekend at the Bethany College Swede Open.
125-pound Bo Newport (pictured, Fontana, Kan.), 149-pounders Jarell Price (Las Vegas, Nev.) and Nick Haugen (Claremore, Okla.), 165-pound Jakob Price (Caney, Kan.), and heavyweight Dylan Berg (Las Vegas, Nev.) were all crowned champions in their respective weight classes.
“It was a good weekend for Baker Wrestling.” said assistant wrestling coach Levi Calhoun. “Our kids are wrestling well, but we need to stay focused and keep working hard to continue improving.”
11.6.11 | Wrestling
Parker Owen and Dylan Berg lead Baker wrestlers at 2011 Dan Harris Open
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Senior Dylan Berg (Las Vegas, Nev.) and junior Parker Owen (Carrollton, Texas) led all Baker wrestlers with first-place finishes at the 2011 Dan Harris Open.
184 pound Parker Owen opened with a victory over Cale Hintz of Concordia (Neb.), before moving on to defeat teammates Joseph Pace and Robert Shadrach to take the title.
Berg defeated heavyweights Tyler Smith of Bethany (Kan.), Taylor Poe of Wichita State University, John Close of Fort Hays State, Ivan Loya of Texas Arlington, and Dillon Heesch of Concordia (Neb.).
10.26.11 | Wrestling
No. 15 Wildcats to open season Nov. 6 with Dan Harris Classic
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker University wrestling team, ranked No. 15 in the NAIA, opens its 2011-12 season on Nov. 6 when it hosts the third annual Dan Harris Open at the George F. Collins Convention Center.
On the heels of its second consecutive undefeated season, the Wildcats are looking to build on last year’s success at the NAIA National Championships when heavyweight Levi Calhoun and 145-pound Jarell Price earned the first NAIA All-America honors for the ’Cats, entering their year of wrestling.
10.20.11 | Wrestling
Wildcats ranked No. 14 in NAIA Wrestling Coaches’ Preseason Top 20 Poll
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – In only its third year in operation as a program, head wrestling coach Jimmy May has the Wildcats ranked 14th nationally heading into the 2011-12 campaign.
Four BU grapplers are currently ranked nationally in their respective weight classes. 133-pound Josh Haugen (Claremore, Okla.) currently sits at No. 8, 149-pound Jarell Price (Las Vegas, Nev.) No. 6, 157-pound Nathan Sommer (Parker, Kan.) No. 8, and heavyweight Brandon Gebhardt (Sparks, Nev.) No. 12.
“With our success last season, we have high hopes of having a few more guys become NAIA All-Americans this season,” said head wrestling coach Jimmy May. “We have a much tougher schedule, but I think it will payoff at the end of the year.”
9.28.11 | Wrestling
Sept. 28 Podcast with coach Jimmy May
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – We sat down with head wrestling coach Jimmy May this past week to get a gauge on where the team stood heading into the 2011-12 season.
Each week we will feature newly updated content with exclusive highlights and insight from coaches and wrestlers.
Listen to the podcast by clicking here.
7.11.11 | Wrestling
Kansas native Bryce Hood signs with Baker wrestling
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Head wrestling coach Jimmy May announced the addition of Louisburg native Bryce Hood to the 2011-12 recruiting class on Monday afternoon.
Hood, a two-time 4A Regional Champion and 2011 Metro Classic All-Star winner finished his high school career with a 113-14 all-time record.
6.21.11 | Wrestling
Sean Miller inks with Baker wrestling program
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Baker University wrestling team announced another addition to its 2011-12 squad on Tuesday afternoon with the signing of Sean Miller.
Miller, a 4A State Champion at Foothill High School in Henderson, Nevada will look to make an immediate impact come the fall of 2011.
- Wrestling to Host Summer Camp, June 16-19
- Sutton, Turner Named NAIA Wrestling Scholar-Athletes
- Andreano, Guillen & Haugen earn All-America Honors at National Championships
- No. 15 Wrestling to Compete with Five Wrestlers at Nationals
- Five Wrestlers Qualify for Nationals, Baker Takes 4th at Central Qualifier
- Mike Andreano earns HAAC Wrestler of the Week
- Baker Hosts Second Annual Jimmy May-Hem Open
- No. 15 Wrestling Powers Past Ottawa, 32-18