After a strong fall season, the bowling team is ready for the spring semester. The team has 13 players in total to make up both a junior varsity and varsity team.
The men’s basketball team dropped its seventh straight game on Saturday, losing to the Missouri Valley Vikings 69-60. This loss drops the ‘Cats to 7-12 overall and to last place at 1-8 in the Heart of America Athletic Conference.
The No. 15 wrestling team hosted its Senior Night on Tuesday against the Pratt Community College Beavers in the Collins Center. The Wildcats won 33-13 and maintain a strong grip of the No.15 ranking.
The women’s basketball team is back on track after two conference wins of at least 20 points this past week. The Wildcats defeated the Avila University Eagles 66-45 on Jan. 15 at the Collins Center and then rolled the Evangel University Crusaders 78-56 two days later in Springfield, Missouri.
The men’s basketball team lost its fifth straight game Oct. 17 against the No.22 Evangel University Crusaders 68-62.
Men’s and women’s indoor track and field are in the middle of pursuing their fourth-straight conference championships in 2015.
After a tough slate of competition in the fall, Baker tennis looks to carry its success into the spring.
The No. 21 women’s basketball team suffered its second conference loss in a row on Saturday afternoon against Culver-Stockton 57-55. This is the first time Baker has lost two consecutive conference games since February 2013.
The Wildcats lost 45-60 to the No. 11 Benedictine College Ravens Thursday night in Collins Center and lost 64-61 to the Culver-Stockton College Wildcats on Saturday in Canton, Missouri.