The Baker University football team will begin its season ranked No. 5, something head coach Mike Grossner sees as a sign of the progress his team has made the last few seasons. The Wildcats take on the No. 14 ranked Ottawa University Braves at 6 p.m. on Saturday in Ottawa.
The No. 8 ranked Baker University men’s soccer team traveled to Columbia, Kentucky, to take on ranked opponents in No. 3 Lindsey Wilson (Kentucky) and No. 22 Bethel (Tennessee) at the Lindsey Wilson Classic. The Wildcats walked away with losses on Saturday and Sunday.
The Baker University women’s soccer team hopped on a plane Aug. 28 and headed for the West Coast, where the Wildcats lost two games against nationally ranked teams in the Golden State Athletic Conference.
The men's soccer team opened up the season with a 1-1 tie with Missouri Baptist and a 3-0 loss to fourth-ranked Ashford.
The women's soccer team defeated the 20th-ranked Ashford Saints 2-1 on Saturday, Aug. 23. Hillary Yoder's 87th-minute goal was the game-winner.
Football enters the 2014 season ranked fifth in the country and look to make its push to be the top team in the nation.
After a second place finish in the 2013 HAAC tournament, the volleyball team aims for the top in 2014.
The men's soccer team looks to repeat as conference champions and make another national tournament run in 2014.
Women's soccer returns 10 starters in 2014 and looks to take this experience all the way to the top.
The defending HAAC championship women's cross-country team look to repeat in 2014.