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.
6.7.11 | Wrestling
Three-time Oklahoma State Champion signs with Baker
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Head wrestling coach Jimmy May continues to dazzle the wrestling world with the 2011 recruiting class he is putting together.
May announced on Tuesday the signing of Nick Haugen (Claremore, Okla.), a three-time 6A Oklahoma State Champion and USA Wrestling High School All-American.
“We are very excited about Nick Haugen coming to Baker University,” said head coach Jimmy May. “He is one of the top prospects our young wrestling program has ever signed. Winning three state championships is an amazing accomplishment and puts him in a very elite group of Oklahoma high school wrestlers.”
5.16.11 | Wrestling
Oklahoma State Champion Dylan Coppenbarger signs with Baker
TUTTLE, Okla. – Head Baker wrestling coach Jimmy May continues to load up the 2011-12 recruiting class, as the Wildcats announced the signing of Dylan Coppenbarger on Monday afternoon.
An Oklahoma State Champion and four-time state placer, Coppenbarger brings the leadership of a champion and knowledge of a scholar. Along with numerous wrestling honors, he was also named to the state of Oklahoma Honor Society and National Honor Society.
5.14.11 | Wrestling
Olathe East standout, Will Collins signs with Baker
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Head wrestling coach Jimmy May continues to hit the recruiting trail hard as he announced the signing off Will Collins on Friday afternoon.
Collins, a three-time Sunflower League Medalist, two-time regional finalist and two-time state qualifier will add an immediate punch to the Wildcats roster.
5.6.11 | Wrestling
Three-time Kansas State Champion signs with Baker
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Reloaded may have been the theme for Baker wrestling in 2010-11. Looking ahead to 2011-12 and further, the team might be considered armed and dangerous, as coach May has continued to assemble a squad that has all the makings of greatness.
Head coach Jimmy May is already looking forward to 2012-13, as he announced the signing of Bo Pursel a junior from Lansing High School in Lansing, Kansas.
Along with being one of the top wrestlers in the state of Kansas, Pursel has made a name for himself on the national stage. A three-time 5A Kansas State Champion with an overall high school record of 110-8, along with being crowned a seven-time Kansas State Freestyle Champion, six-time Kansas State Greco Champion and five-time USA Wrestling State Champion, has made him one of the most sought after recruits in the state.
4.28.11 | Wrestling
Oklahoma standout Justin Hughes signs with BU wrestling
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Head coach Jimmy May has announced the signing of Justin Hughes to a National Letter of Intent to begin in the fall of 2011 this past week.
Hughes comes to Baker from Duncan, Oklahoma where he was a 5A State Champion and three-time state placer at Duncan High School.
4.21.11 | Wrestling
Wrestling signs Prarie View standout Bo Newport
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Bo Newport has signed a national letter of intent to join the Wildcat wrestling team for the 2011-12 season, head coach Jimmy May announced recently. Newport comes as a true freshman from La Cygne, Kansas to a Baker squad that loses just two seniors.
“Bo is an outstanding young man and he is going to be a great addition to our wrestling program,” said head wrestling coach Jimmy May.
Newport enjoyed a successful four-year career at Prairie View High School. A four-year letter winner and state qualifier, Newport posted a 164-35 record while finishing second in the 4A state championships.
4.5.11 | Wrestling
Gardner standout Litvak signs with Baker wrestling
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – Baker University wrestling coach Jimmy May announced the signing of Zach Litvak to a national letter of intent on Tuesday afternoon.
Litvak, a native of Gardner, Kan., comes to the Wildcats from Gardner-Edgerton High School where he was a three-time state qualifier. He compiled a 79-48 overall record during his time as a Blazer.
“He stays consistent with our philosophy of recruiting quality people from quality families,” said head coach Jimmy May. “He’s pretty much a local kid with a very supportive family that has been heavily involved in his career.”