Women's Soccer


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2016 women's soccer preview

Assistant Sports Editor Bailey Conklin has your 2016 women's soccer preview ready just in time for the beginning of the season.

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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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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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Women's soccer loses tourney game in Orange Beach

The No. 11 women’s soccer team saw its season come to an end Tuesday night in the second round of the 2015 NAIA National Championship. No. 6 ranked Spring Arbor put up three first-half goals against the Wildcats and hung on for a 3-0 win.

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Women's soccer clinches spot at nationals

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The No. 11 Baker University women’s soccer team is headed to the NAIA national tournament in Orange Beach, Alabama, after beating No. 20 Viterbo 1-0 in the opening round of the NAIA Women’s Soccer National Championship.

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Canadian Krista Hooper makes BU her second home

Most parents are able to travel to Baldwin City to see their daughters play at Liston Stadium for home soccer games. However, Krista Hooper's parents watch their daughter play soccer via live web stream from the comfort of their home 1,600 miles away in the city of Edmonton in Alberta, Canada.

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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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Hanson battles through second knee injury

Junior Makenzie Hanson is too familiar with anterior crucial ligament tears. During her college career in soccer, Hanson has suffered an ACL tear not once, but twice.

Women's soccer second in conference tournament

The No. 11 Wildcats fell in the finals of the Heart tournament to No. 7 Benedictine College, 1-0. The ‘Cats were ranked second in the Heart, behind Benedictine.

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Dramatic win propels No. 11 women into conference final

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On a cold Wednesday night with wind gusts approaching 40 miles per hour, the No. 11 women’s soccer team defeated MidAmerica Nazarene 4-2 in penalties to advance to the Heart of America Athletic Conference title game.



Overall record 1-1-0
Conference record 0-0-0

Aug. 27 - Home
vs Bethany, W 1-0
Baldwin City

Aug. 28 - Home
vs Westmont, L 6-0
Baldwin City

Sept. 2 - Home
vs Hastings
Baldwin City

Sept. 2 - Home
vs Ottawa
Baldwin City

Sept. 10 - Home
vs Park
Baldwin City

Sept. 13 - Away
at Mid America Christian
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Sept. 17 - Away
at Clarke*
Dubuque, Iowa

Sept. 21 - Away
at Benedictine*

Sept. 24 - Home
vs Culver-Stockton*
Baldwin City

Sept. 28 - Home
vs MidAmerica Nazarene*
Baldwin City

Oct. 1 - Away
at William Penn*
Oskaloosa, Iowa

Oct. 5 - Home
vs Central Methodist*
Baldwin City

Oct. 8 - Away
at Graceland*
Lamoni, Iowa

Oct. 12 - Away
at Evangel*
Springfield, Missouri

Oct. 15 - Home
vs Mount Mercy*
Baldwin City

Oct. 18 - Away
at Avila*
Kansas City, Missouri

Oct. 22 - Home
vs Grand View*
Baldwin City

Oct. 26 - Home
vs Missouri Valley*
Baldwin City

*-Denotes conference game