NASCAR races may be one of the best sporting events to attend, but remain overlooked.
The Baker men’s golf team finished its season in seventh place in the Heart of America Athletic Conference Championship at Swope Memorial Golf Course in Kansas City, Missouri on May 9-10.
With the stress of finals setting in for many students, some have found a way to fit relaxation and fun into their busy schedules. Junior Dylan Geick and sophomores Austin Keberlein and Blake Barnard have turned to disc golf.
The men’s outdoor track & field team won its sixth-straight Heart of America Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday at Grand View University in Des Moines, Iowa.
The baseball team's season ended with back-to-back losses at the conference tournament in Joplin, Missouri. After winning the first two weekend games, the Wildcats lost on Saturday night and Sunday morning after holding early leads in both games.
The women’s golf team started its postseason in an unfamiliar fashion this year, compared to the past three years. The Wildcats finished third at the Heart of America Athletic Conference championship on Tuesday at Table Creek Golf Course in Nebraska City, Nebraska. Baker’s two-day total team score was 672.
After hosting the second annual Zach Kindler Wildcat Open on Saturday at Liston Stadium, BU track & field team is now preparing for the Heart of America Athletic Conference championships May 6-7 in Des Moines, Iowa.
In their final regular-season games of the season, the Wildcats lost the first three games of a four-game weekend series against Avila, but finished senior day at Sauder Field on Sunday with a 3-2 victory to give Baker a 16-16 record in the Heart of America Athletic Conference.
With golf season beginning to wind down, senior Lindsey Mateer looks to close out her collegiate career at the top, yet again.