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New coach hopes to be an ace for tennis program

Baker University has turned to a recent alumnus to lead the tennis program. Keith Pipkin, who graduated from Baker in 2011, is the new coach for both the men’s and women’s tennis teams.

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Women's tennis team hosts two matches in one day

The Baker women’s tennis team split a pair of team matches on Tuesday, April 19, at Laury Tennis Courts.

Tennis teams win road matches

The men and women’s tennis teams spent the weekend in Belleville, Illinois, and St. Louis, Missouri, for matches April 15-16. The women’s team won three out of the four matches, while the men collected two wins.

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Men's and women's tennis teams rolling into April

Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams swept Hesston College Saturday, marking 11 straight victories for the men, while the women bounced back from two close losses to Kansas Wesleyan and Tabor.

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Household rivalries relocate to campus

Three sets of twins at Baker University are able to keep teamwork in the family.

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Tennis teams start season just outside top 25

The Baker men’s and women’s tennis teams are entering the spring season with feats foreign to Baker tennis history. Both teams have received votes to be in the top 25 teams in the nation.

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Dual threat: Tennis standout Rahachou also plays football

From Minsk, Belarus, to the football field and tennis courts of Baldwin City, senior Spartak Rahachou stands out as a dual-sport athlete at Baker.

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Tennis sweeps Southwestern

The Baker University men’s and women’s tennis teams returned to Baldwin City March 28 after sweeping Southwestern College in Grain Valley, Missouri. The men’s team won with a score of 8-1 while the women’s team won 5-4.

Tennis splits weekend at Nebraska Wesleyan

The men’s tennis team split two matches against William Jewel and Nebraska Wesleyan on Feb. 21 in Lincoln, Nebraska. The team was supposed to face off against Ottawa University on Feb. 28 in Baldwin City, but it was cancelled due to bad weather.

Tennis teams look for big spring

After a tough slate of competition in the fall, Baker tennis looks to carry its success into the spring.



Feb. 12
at Rockhurst (Men)
Kansas City, Missouri

Feb. 13
at Nebraska Wesleyan (Women)
Lincoln, Nebraska

Feb. 20
at Nebraska Wesleyan (Men)
Lincoln, Nebraska

Feb. 21
vs Morningside (Women)

8 a.m.
Topeka, Genesis Health Club

Feb. 27
Baker Alumni Match
6 p.m.

March 5
at Cowley/Southwestern

March 9
vs Central College
1 p.m.
Baldwin City

March 12
at Bethel

March 13
vs Hastings/McPherson
11 a.m.
Baldwin City

March 16-17
vs Groucher College (Men)
vs Georgetown College (Men)
Hilton Head, South Carolina

March 22
at Kansas Wesleyan

April 2
vs Hesston
Baldwin City

April 9
vs Graceland
Baldwin City

April 15
at Lindenwood-Belleville/William Woods
Belleville, Illinois

April 16
at STLCOP/Missouri Baptist
St. Louis, Missouri

April 19
vs Evangel (Women)
vs Stephens College
Baldwin City

April 20
vs Bethany
Baldwin City

April 23
vs Missouri Valley
11 a.m.
Baldwin City

April 29-30
Heart Regional Tournament