Junior Kelley Thompson won the Eagle Invitational by shooting a 66 during the opening round. The score beat out Baker's previous lowest round record, which dates back to 2005
The Baker University women's golf team won its first Heart of America Athletic Conference Tournament in school history Monday and Tuesday at Spring Lake Country Club in Quincy, Ill.
The Baker University men's golf team finished as the runner-up in the Heart of America Athletic Conference Championship Tournament Monday and Tuesday at Mozingo Lake Golf Course in Maryville, Mo. The women's team will play its conference tournament Monday and Tuesday at Spring Lake Country Club in Quincy, III.
After earning third-place finishes at the CMU Invite April 15-16 in Boonville, Mo., the Baker University men's and women's golf teams came back Wednesday and Thursday to win the Baker University Spring Invitational Tournament on their home course of Alvamar Golf Club in Lawrence.
The Baker University women’s and men’s golf teams finished first and third, respectively, during their season openers. Both teams finished ahead of competing conference opponents in their respective tournaments.
After having the "worst front nine of her life," sophomore golfer Morgan Miller hit the shot of her career.
The Wildcats were tied for first with Evangel University after the first round of play, but dropped to fourth after the second round. BU ended the tournament fifth while Evangel, the host school, won the HAAC title.
The Baker University women’s golf team rounded out its spring season by tying for second place at the Heart of America Athletic Conference Championships Monday and Tuesday in Booneville, Mo.
After the first two tournaments of the Baker University women’s golf team’s spring season, senior Stacy Yowell has established herself as a leader for the Wildcats.
Sophomore Andy Kelley tied for seventh place overall in the tournament and was named to the Evangel University Invitational all-tournament team.