Baker University women's soccer player Taylor Yates discusses the challenges she faces with Type 1 Diabetes.
The sixth-seeded men’s soccer team defeated fourth-seeded Culver-Stockton College 3-1 Nov. 15 in Canton, Missouri, to claim its second consecutive Heart of America Athletic Conference tournament championship. The win gives the Wildcats an automatic bid into the national tournament.
The 10th-ranked women’s basketball team swept two games in the HAAC/KCAC Challenge in Leavenworth. The Wildcats beat Ottawa 79-57 on Nov. 14 and then overcame a halftime deficit to defeat Saint Mary 67-63 on Nov. 15.
The men's basketball team left the HAAC/KCAC Challenge 1-1 this weekend. This puts the Wildcats at 3-2 for the season.
The Baker University football season officially ended when the Wildcats finished the final NAIA poll outside the top 16. The Wildcats lost 27-24 to Missouri Valley College on Nov. 16, losing three out of their last four games after starting the season 7-0.
Senior soccer player Bailey Sosa has had to overcome an uncommon condition called venous malformations. Although the disease can lead to severe consequences when coupled with contact sports, Sosa continued to play at a collegiate level until the end of the team's season Nov. 7,
The sixth-seeded men’s soccer team came out victorious in the semifinal round of the Heart of America Athletic Conference tournament with a 2-1 win over the third-seeded MidAmerica Nazarene University Pioneers on Wednesday, Nov. 12, in Olathe.
Baker wrestlers had a busy schedule to start their season. Ranked No. 16 nationally in the NAIA, the team experienced difficult matchups in a quad hosted by the University of Oklahoma followed by a dual win over Bacone University and then the Dan Harris Open.
At a final record of 15-17, the Baker volleyball team ended its season in the first round of the Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) Tournament on Nov. 8. Culver Stockton University, the No. 4 seed, topped the ‘Cats in three sets 25-21, 25-19, 25-17.