The men’s golf team hosted the 2015 Heart of America Athletic Conference Men’s Golf Championship May 4-5 at Alvamar Golf Course in Lawrence and took fifth place out of seven teams to end the year. Culver-Stockton College took first place overall.
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The men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams their respective won Heart of America Athletic Conference championships May 2. These titles just go on top of the dynasty that the late coach Zach Kindler started at Baker. This marks the fifth-straight conference title for the men’s team and the fourth-straight for the women’s team.
The Baker softball team ended its season at the Heart of America Athletic Conference tournament May 2, losing 12-3 to No. 8 Central Methodist at Blue Valley Recreation Complex in Overland Park.
Finishing 12-31 overall in the regular season and 7-11 in conference play, the softball team was busy at work in the past two weeks, splitting a doubleheader against Missouri Valley College April 21 and then getting swept by Kansas Wesleyan April 25. The Wildcats then made up a postponed doubleheader on April 27 at Graceland University and lost both games.
The Baker track and field team hosted the Zach Kindler Wildcat Open April 25 at Liston Stadium. This event will become an annual meet, named in honor of late track head coach Zach Kindler, who died last summer.
The men’s golf team will host the conference tournament at its home course of Alvamar Golf Course in Lawrence May 4-5. After finishing fifth in the Baker University Spring Invite on the same course, the Wildcats and look to take the conference tournament title like their female counterparts.
The women’s golf team started the postseason with a 33-stroke win for its third consecutive Heart of America Athletic Conference championship on April 28 at Indian Foothills Golf Course in Marshall, Missouri. Junior Lindsey Mateer led the way for the women’s team’s championship by shooting consecutive rounds of 78 a for a two-day total of 156.