TOPEKA, Kan. – Baker University freshman and Baldwin City, Kan., native 133-pound wrestler Bryce Shoemaker became the first-ever NAIA Wrestling National Champion in the school's history at Saturday's 2014 NAIA Wrestling National Championship inside the Kansas Expocentre.
MARSHALL, Mo. – The Baker University wrestling team will send five wrestlers to the 2014 NAIA Wrestling National Championships on Mar. 7-8 in Topeka, Kan., as they will send 125-pound wrestler Alan Callahan,133-pound wrestler Bryce Shoemaker and 184-pound reigning NAIA All-American Parker Owen along with 149-pound wrestler Nick Haugen and 184-pound wrestler John Hambleton who both earned at-large bids to nationals.
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- No. 15 Wrestling Powers Past Ottawa, 32-18
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- Baker Takes Fourth at Kansas Cup
- No. 15 Baker Defeats Pratt CC, 33-13, on Senior Night
- Shoemaker Captures HAAC Wrestler of the Week