The men’s golf team hosted the 2015 Heart of America Athletic Conference Men’s Golf Championship May 4-5 at Alvamar Golf Course in Lawrence and took fifth place out of seven teams to end the year. Culver-Stockton College took first place overall.
Adding to her long list of awards, Mateer won the individual HAAC title on April 27-28 at Indian Foothills Golf Course in Marshall, Missouri.
The men’s golf team will host the conference tournament at its home course of Alvamar Golf Course in Lawrence May 4-5. After finishing fifth in the Baker University Spring Invite on the same course, the Wildcats and look to take the conference tournament title like their female counterparts.
The women’s golf team started the postseason with a 33-stroke win for its third consecutive Heart of America Athletic Conference championship on April 28 at Indian Foothills Golf Course in Marshall, Missouri. Junior Lindsey Mateer led the way for the women’s team’s championship by shooting consecutive rounds of 78 a for a two-day total of 156.
The Baker University women’s golf team won its first tournament of the spring, while the men placed fourth in their first invitational last week.
The women’s golf team won its conference tournament for the second year in a row and will be advancing to the NAIA national tournament.
The Baker University women’s golf team had one of its best tournaments of the year, winning the Missouri Valley Spring Invite by 37 strokes.
The Baker University men’s and women’s golf teams are poised to win the Heart of America Athletic Conference after a successful fall season and opening spring tournament.
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.