10.3.09 | Women's Soccer
Lady ‘Cats take down Jewell in overtime
The Lady ‘Cats continued their winning streak on Saturday evening when they defeated conference rival William Jewell College 1-0 in overtime. Jenny Haynes (pictured) scored the game winner with four minutes remaining in the first overtime on a cross from Christine Janssens. Maggie Dupes recorded her fifth shutout of the season making 2 key saves at pivotal points during the game.
10.5.09 | Volleyball
Lady 'Cats finish 3-1 on the weekend heading into Tuesday evening showdown with Lindenwood
The Wildcats’ school-record 22-match win streak came to an end this weekend at the Lindenwood Invitational.
On Friday, Baker beat Indiana Wesleyan University in straight sets (25-18, 25-20, 27-25). Brooke Pryor recorded 17 kills, and Jana Boss chipped in 33 assists. Later that day, the ‘Cats extended their winning streak to 22 matches with a victory over Hannibal-LaGrange College (25-11, 25-22, 16-25, 25-23). Brooke Allen recorded 33 digs, Pryor had 20 kills and Boss contributed 41 assists.
10.4.09 | Athletics
Baker grabs five HAAC Players of the Week
Freshman Lindsey Brown was named women’s cross country Runner of the Week after placing sixth on Friday at The Plant Sub Invitational in Emporia, Kan.
Senior kicker Derek Doerfler (pictured) was named Special Teams Player of the Week after hitting a 53-yard field goal in Saturday’s 45-0 victory over Culver-Stockton College. Doerfler, who has not missed a PAT this season, went 6-for-6 on Saturday.
Women’s soccer grabbed both the offensive and defensive awards this week. Alix Schiraldi was named Offensive Player of the Week after scoring two goals against Avila University early in the week. Schiraldi continues to lead the team in goals scored with eight on the season. Maggie Dupes was named Defensive Player of the Week after recording two consecutive shutouts over Avila University and William Jewell College. Dupes has recorded six shutouts this season.
Brooke Allen was named Libero of the Week for the third time this season after recording 132 digs in four matches this past weekend at the Lindenwood Invitational. Allen currently ranks No. 1 in the NAIA with 624 total digs.
Baker volleyball to be featured live on the Internet tonight
Baker (24-2, 4-0) hosts conference rival Lindenwood University (19-6, 4-0). The Wildcats have never beaten Lindenwood in the regular season or post-season play. “I am just so pleased with the way we are playing right now,” Baker coach Kathy Allen said. “I can’t wait to see how we perform tonight.”
The game will be featured live on the Internet through Ustream.tv
The Broadcast will begin at 7:10 p.m.
10.9.09 | Football
No. 3-ranked Lindenwood next for Baker University
Baldwin City, Kan. — No. 3-ranked Lindenwood, the lone unbeaten team in the Heart of America Athletic Conference, will play host to Baker University at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Charles, Mo.
The Lions (5-0) lead the conference in points scored (57.6 points per game), total offense (534 yards) and points allowed (16.8).
10.9.09 | Men's Soccer
Men's soccer to be featured on Internet radio broadcast
The No. 9-ranked and undefeated Wildcat men’s soccer team (8-0-3, 2-0-2) will look to grab their third consecutive conference win of the season, after recording back-to-back ties to open up conference play.
10.10.09 | Football
Baker football falls to No. 3 Lindenwood
The Lindenwood offense came out firing on Saturday afternoon on a dreary, cold and cloudy day in St. Charles, Mo. The Lions racked up nearly 500 yards of total offense, 280 passing and 194 rushing on their way to a 52-30 victory.
Baker quarterback Mack Brown passed for 247 yards with 1 touchdown and running back Richie Bryant rushed for 135 yards with 2 touchdowns in a game where Baker never seemed to be able to catch up.
No. 3 Lindenwood improved to 6-0 on the season, while Baker dropped to 2-3.
Baker will be back in action next weekend when they take on conference rival Benedictine College (3-3) at 6 p.m. from Liston Stadium in Baldwin City, Kan.View the full box score and season stats here.
10.10.09 | Women’s Soccer
No. 19 Baker takes down No. 9 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.