The baseball team won two out of three weekend games in Dallas. The Wildcats beat Harris-Stowe State in games one and three and lost to Morningside in game two. The Wildcats are now 5-6 on the season.
The Wildcats took to the road over the weekend, traveling to Mansfield, Texas, for the Lubbock Christian Tournament. This weekend proved to be a task for the Wildcats as they played six games in two days and finished with an 0-6 record. The Wildcats are now 1-9 on the season.
The men's basketball team lost to both Evangel University and Avila University, which drops the team to 9-17 on the season and 3-13 in the HAAC.
The women’s basketball team continued to succeed down the final stretch of the 2015 season with wins against Avila University and Evangel University. Baker has won six consecutive games and owns sole possession of third place in the Heart of America Athletic Conference.
Baker University sophomore and two-time All-HAAC volleyball player Hannah Bettge traveled to Colorado Springs on Thursday for USA Volleyball’s open tryout. She will be one of around 200 women competing for a spot on the team.
Baker University head volleyball coach Kathy Allen describes her pride in sophomore Hannah Bettge, who is attending the 2015 USA Volleyball National Team tryouts this weekend.
In the HAAC conference competition, which was held on Feb. 14, the dance team took second place in small dance and third place in hip-hop.
The Wildcats split Valentine’s Day weekend with a 53-49 loss to the No. 11 Benedictine College Ravens on Feb. 12 then an 85-71 win against the Culver-Stockton College Wildcats on Feb. 14. The Wildcats now sit in ninth place in the Heart of America Athletic Conference at 9-15 overall and 3-11 in conference play.
The softball team opened its season at the Oklahoma Baptist Valentine Festival on Friday and Saturday in Shawnee, Oklahoma, ending the weekend with a 1-3 record.