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Fall sports awards compiled

The fall sports season was full of awards and championships for Baker athletics. Here's a list of every sports' award winners and final records.

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Wildcats fall in football quarterfinals

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The Baker football season came to an end Saturday when the Wildcats were defeated by Southern Oregon University 24-19 at Liston Stadium in the second round of the NAIA playoffs.

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Morse coaches quarterbacks in return to Baker

For the 2015 football season, the Wildcats welcomed back former quarterback Jake Morse, who now teaches his former position as a member of the coaching staff.

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Football team reaches national quarterfinals

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Through the cold and wind, Baker’s offense was effective against the warm-weather Point University’s defense in a 68-21 win on Saturday in Liston Stadium. The Wildcats put up a season-high 605 yards of total offense and are now one step closer to the NAIA championship game in Daytona Beach.

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Five BU teams to host games on Saturday

Baker athletics will host five different sporting events on Saturday, including three NAIA playoff games at Liston Stadium. This is the busiest sports weekend for Baker since Athletic Director Theresa Yetmar took over in 2009.

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Football captures South Division title in wild finish

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After giving up a 24-point halftime lead, the Baker Wildcats rallied in the final two minutes to win 38-35 at Evangel University on Saturday. The Wildcats, now 9-1 overall, are the Heart of America Conference South Division champions.

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Football team one win away from an outright Heart South Division title

The clock ticked down on the scoreboard at Volney C. Ashford Stadium in Marshall, Missouri, on Saturday, and the No. 2 Baker Wildcats knew that they had just accomplished something huge. With a 26-0 win against the Missouri Valley College Vikings, the Wildcats clinched at least a share of the Heart of America Athletic Conference South Division title.

Wildcats roll past Missouri Valley 26-0

The No. 3 Baker Wildcat football team overcame its lowest offensive output of the season with great defense and special teams to shut out the Missouri Valley College Vikings, 26-0.

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No. 3 Wildcats win on senior day

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When junior quarterback Nick Marra went down in the first quarter with an injury, the last thing sophomore Logan Brettell expected was to complete 22 of his first 23 passes.

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Cornell Brown goes from Baldwin High to Baker U

Sophomore wide receiver Cornell Brown, a Baldwin City native, has been instrumental in the football team's 2015 season. Brown was once a Baldwin Bulldog and is now a Baker Wildcat.



2015 Overall record 11-2
2015 Conference record 10-1

Aug. 29 - Away
at No. 6 Grand View University, W 20-15
Des Moines, Iowa

Sept. 5 - Away
at Culver-Stockton, W 58-0
Canton, Missouri

Sept. 12 - Home
vs No. 12 William Penn University, W 48-13
Baldwin City

Sept. 19 - Home
vs Graceland, W 52-21
Baldwin City

Sept. 26- Away
at Benedictine, L 35-31
Atchison, Kansas

Oct. 3 - Home
vs No. 20 Peru State, W 35-10
Baldwin City

Oct. 10 - BYE

Oct. 17 - Away
at Avila, W 42-14
Kansas City, Missouri

Oct. 24 - Home
vs MidAmerica Nazarene (Black Out), W 38-19
Baldwin City, Kansas

Oct. 31- Home
vs Central Methodist (Senior Day), W 40-21
Baldwin City, Kansas

Nov. 7 - Away
at Missouri Valley, W 26-0
Marshall, Missouri

Nov. 14 - Away
at Evangel, W 38-35
Springfield, Missouri

Nov. 21- Home
vs Point (GA), W 68-21
NAIA First Round
Baldwin City

Nov. 28- Home
vs Southern Oregon, L 24-19
NAIA Quarterfinals
Baldwin City