Wildcats win at MNU for first time since 1996

The No. 2 Baker Wildcats went into the locker room on Saturday afternoon in Olathe trailing for the first time this season. MNU led Baker 17-14 at the end of the first half, and the Pioneers were looking for their 15th win in their last 17 football games against Baker. But the Wildcats exploded in the second half, scoring 41 points and winning 55-34.

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Women's soccer improves to 7-1-1 in conference

The Baker women's soccer team is now on a three game winning streak heading into its game at Avila University on Wednesday, Oct. 19.

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Wildcats win big on Maple Leaf weekend

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The No. 2 Baker football team is off to a 7-0 start for the second time since 2014. The Wildcats beat the Avila Eagles 52-7 on Saturday night at Liston Stadium and improved to 15-0 all time against the Eagles.

Men's soccer scores nine goals in two road games

The Baker men's soccer team recorded a 5-1 victory at Graceland on Oct. 8 and a 4-0 win at Evangel on Oct. 11

Volleyball team goes 1-1 over the weekend

The Baker University volleyball team is now 2-3 in the Heart after winning back-to-back conference games over Benedictine and Graceland. The 'Cats are 5-15 overall.

Golf takes second, eighth at Kansas Wesleyan

The Baker men’s and women’s golf teams made the trip to the Saline Country Club to compete in the Kansas Wesleyan Fall Invitational on Monday and Tuesday. The men’s team finished eighth out of 14 teams, and the women’s team finished second out of the five teams competing.

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Volleyball team earns first Heart win

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The Baker volleyball team earned its first Heart of America Athletic Conference win on Dig Pink Night. The Wildcats defeated Benedictine in four sets (25-17, 21-25, 25-20, 26-24). The win put Baker at 4-14 overall, 1-3 in the Heart.

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Double overtime ends in tie for men's soccer team

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The Baker University men's soccer team picked up its second draw of the season, tying William Penn 1-1 on Saturday. The Wildcats are now 7-2-2 overall, 3-0-2 in the Heart.

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Game changer: BU athletes sometimes decide to call it quits

More than half of all students are involved in athletics, and these commitments can have a big impact on the students’ academic life, free time and social life. So much so, that some students eventually decide to forgo these athletic commitments to focus on school, jobs or other obligations. Other students are forced to stop playing due to injuries, and some decide to switch from one sport to another.