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Athletes prepare for conference changes

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There are mixed emotions among the Baker University athletic programs as they prepare for future changes in the Heart of America Athletic Conference

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Track teams sweep Wildcat Open

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The Baker outdoor track and field teams trampled over the competition at the Wildcat Open on April 26. Both teams beat out McPherson College for the top spots. The men won with a score of 121.5 and the women racked up a whopping 202 points throughout the day.

Men's golf takes second at HAAC tournament

The Baker University men’s golf team took second at the Heart of America Athletic Conference championship tournament.

Baseball team makes postseason

The Baker University baseball team finished the 2014 regular season with a winning record in the Heart of America Athletic Conference.

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'Cats head to tournament with confidence

The Wildcats concluded their regular season in softball on April 23 with an overall record of 20-22 and a conference record of 11-8. They will head into the conference tournament May 1-3.

Women's track ranked eighth in the nation

The Baker University women's track and field team is currently ranked eighth in the nation. BU looks to qualify more athletes for nationals at its next home meet, the Wildcat Relays, starting at 11 a.m. on Saturday at Liston Stadium.

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Wildcats split series on senior day

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The Baker University softball team split its series with Benedictine College Wednesday on senior day. The 'Cats are 20-22 overall on the season and 11-8 in conference play.

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'Cats take three in final home series

The Baker University baseball team took three of four games from Peru State College in the Wildcats’ final home series of the season on Friday and Saturday.

Softball falls to Central Methodist in doubleheader

The Baker University softball team lost both games of a doubleheader to No. 17 Central Methodist University, 6-5 in game one and 10-6 in game two.