The No. 2 Baker Wildcats went into the locker room on Saturday afternoon in Olathe trailing for the first time this season. MNU led Baker 17-14 at the end of the first half, and the Pioneers were looking for their 15th win in their last 17 football games against Baker. But the Wildcats exploded in the second half, scoring 41 points and winning 55-34.
The No. 2 Baker football team is off to a 7-0 start for the second time since 2014. The Wildcats beat the Avila Eagles 52-7 on Saturday night at Liston Stadium and improved to 15-0 all time against the Eagles.
Baker enters its bye week with an unblemished record after beating No. 22 Peru State 42-21 on Saturday in Peru, Nebraska. For the second time in the last three years, the Baker Wildcats are 6-0 to begin the season.
The No. 4 Baker Wildcats avenged their only regular season loss of the 2015 season with a 60-7 win over the No. 12 Benedictine College Ravens on Saturday at Liston Stadium. The Wildcats outscored the Ravens 51-0 after the first quarter and kept their perfect 5-0 record intact.
The No. 4 Baker Wildcats picked up their fourth win in four games with a 44-15 victory at Graceland in Lamoni, Iowa , on Saturday. After leading only 16-3 at halftime, the Wildcats scored 28 second-half points to win their second-straight road game.
The No. 4 Baker Wildcats have opened the season with three wins and no losses for the third consecutive year.
The No. 5 Baker Wildcat football team picked up its first road win of the 2016 season with a dominant 41-7 win over William Penn on Saturday in Oskaloosa, Iowa. Senior wide receiver Quanzee Jonson’s four receiving touchdowns helped power the Wildcats to a 3-0 start this fall.
The No. 5 Baker Wildcat football team put together a record-breaking day in an 89-27 beatdown of Culver-Stockton College on Saturday afternoon at Liston Stadium. Baker improved to 2-0 with the win and broke a 96-year old school record in the process.
For the second straight season, the No. 5 Baker Wildcats opened up their season with a win over the No. 6 Grand View Vikings on Saturday afternoon at Liston Stadium. Unlike last season, Baker dominated Grand View from start to finish and picked up a 36-13 win.
The Baker football team begins its 2016 campaign as the No. 5 team in the NAIA after winning the Heart of America Athletic Conference South Division in 2015 and reaching the second round of the playoffs. The Wildcats have many tools back and look to continue their surge toward the top of the NAIA in 2016.
2016 Overall record 8-0
2016 South Division record 2-0
Aug. 27 - Home
vs. Grand View, W 36-13
Sept. 3 - Home
vs Culver-Stockton, W 89-27
Sept. 10 - Away
at William Penn University, W 41-7
Sept. 17 - Away
at Graceland, W 44-15
Sept. 24 - Home
vs Benedictine, W 60-7
Oct. 1 - Away
at Peru State, W 42-21
Oct. 8- BYE
Oct. 15 - Home
vs Avila, W 52-7
Oct. 22 - Away
at MidAmerica Nazarene, W 55-34
Oct. 29- Away
at Central Methodist, 1 p.m.
Nov. 5 - Home
vs Missouri Valley, 1 p.m.
Nov. 12 - Home
vs Evangel, 1 p.m.