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The Baker University baseball team has clinched a spot in the Heart of America Athletic Conference tournament after splitting a four-game series with Evangel University.
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Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity hosted its 15th annual Spiking Out volleyball tournament to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters on Saturday, April 23. On the same day, the fraternity also hosted the second annual head-shaving event to raise money for St. Baldrick’s for Children’s Cancer Research.
Baker baseball has picked up momentum at exactly the right time. The Wildcats swept Peru State in a four-game series April 16-17 at Sauder Field and have now won seven straight games with only three more series remaining before the end of the regular season.
The Baker softball team split a pair of games with Heart of America Athletic Conference opponent Missouri Valley on Wednesday afternoon at Cavaness Field. The Wildcats won game one on the run rule 8-0 but fell 5-4 in game two.
Seven Baker athletes took first-place honors in the Ottawa University Invitational Saturday. The BU track and field teams competed at the meet along with seven other schools.
Evangel swept the Baker softball team on Saturday, April 2. The two wins for Evangel move the Crusaders’ Heart of America Athletic Conference record to 7-1, tied for first place with Grand View. Baker falls to 4-4 in conference play, tied for fourth place with MidAmerica Nazarene.
Sports Editor Jim Joyner put away his laptop and put on his running shoes in an attempt to break the 10-minute mile barrier.
The Wildcats split a doubleheader with MidAmerica Nazarene University Wednesday night at Cavaness Field, losing the first game 3-1, but winning the second game 3-1.
The Baker baseball team spent spring break on the red dirt of the baseball diamond rather than the beach. With six games over the break, the Wildcats managed to win three of the six.