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Wildcats split series on senior day

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The Baker University softball team split its series with Benedictine College Wednesday on senior day. The 'Cats are 20-22 overall on the season and 11-8 in conference play.

Softball falls to Central Methodist in doubleheader

The Baker University softball team lost both games of a doubleheader to No. 17 Central Methodist University, 6-5 in game one and 10-6 in game two.

Women's golf takes first at Missouri Valley

The Baker University women’s golf team had one of its best tournaments of the year, winning the Missouri Valley Spring Invite by 37 strokes.

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Sporting KC strengthens soccer's popularity

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As the 2014 World Cup approaches, this is the perfect time for Kansas City and the United States to be fully invested into soccer. Based on Sporting KC's 18-year history, don't be surprised if someday soccer is the most popular sport in Kansas City.

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Wildcats make use of home advantage

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The Baker University men's and women's outdoor track and field teams took first place at the Baker Relays. In addition to its top finish, the women’s squad had four athletes and one relay team qualify for nationals on its home track and field.

Baker golf teams lead conference standings

The Baker University men’s and women’s golf teams are poised to win the Heart of America Athletic Conference after a successful fall season and opening spring tournament.

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BU alumnus catches for Johnny Football

Kyle Bolton spent four years in black and orange as a wide receiver for the BU Wildcats. After a strong showing at Johnny Manziel’s pro day, Bolton hopes to be invited to an NFL training camp.

Track athletes prepare for first home meet

Just two meets into its outdoor season, the Baker University track and field teams already have five automatic bids to the NAIA national meet. The men and women have also earned half of the Heart of America Athletic Conference Athlete of the Week honors that have been awarded this season.

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Baseball team stays optimistic

The Baker University baseball team began the conference schedule with six straight wins. Despite losing five of their next six conference games, the Wildcats remain optimistic about their season.