Seniors celebrate last home game with victories

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Seniors celebrate last home game with victories

Stepping back for a pull-up jumper, senior Nate Guscott gathers himself in preparation for his shot. Guscott's mother made the trip to Baldwin City from Melbourne, Australia, to watch her son play in his senior day game.

Stepping back for a pull-up jumper, senior Nate Guscott gathers himself in preparation for his shot. Guscott's mother made the trip to Baldwin City from Melbourne, Australia, to watch her son play in his senior day game.

Jenna Black

Stepping back for a pull-up jumper, senior Nate Guscott gathers himself in preparation for his shot. Guscott's mother made the trip to Baldwin City from Melbourne, Australia, to watch her son play in his senior day game.

Jenna Black

Jenna Black

Stepping back for a pull-up jumper, senior Nate Guscott gathers himself in preparation for his shot. Guscott's mother made the trip to Baldwin City from Melbourne, Australia, to watch her son play in his senior day game.

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Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams took on Benedictine College inside the Collins Center on Feb. 24 for senior day. The women started the day off with a 79-64 win and the men followed with a close win, 65-62.

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  • Senior Sydnie Hanson congregates with her teammates during a timeout. Hanson along with Jo Lira and Courtney Hoag played in their last regular season game inside the Collins Center. Hanson was also named a CoSIDA Academic All-District award winner.

    Jenna Black

  • Junior Caitlin Modesett attacks the basket to contribute to her 22-point performance. Modesett was one point off her season best of 23 points against the University of Saint Mary in the season-opener on Nov. 3.

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  • President Lynne Murray and women's graduate assistant coach Jami Hodge gather at half court to recognize the senior basketball players. Each player was recognized with their parents or other guests as career statistics, quotes and memories were announced. The women's senior class is the second-most winning class to play at Baker.

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  • Senior Dan Young charges toward the basket. Young along with Nate Guscott, Tyree Peter, Russell Denney and Stephen Edwards were all honored prior to tip off for senior day.

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  • Stepping back for a pull-up jumper, senior Nate Guscott gathers himself in preparation for his shot. Guscott's mother made the trip to Baldwin City from Melbourne, Australia, to watch her son play in his senior day game.

    Jenna Black

  • Senior Tyree Peter drives through the lane against Benedictine on senior day. Peter's 26 points and 11 rebounds contributed to his 11th double-double this season.

    Jenna Black

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