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Women’s soccer team rallies past Park in 4-3 win

Women’s soccer team rallies past Park in 4-3 win

Story by Meagan

September 8, 2011

The Baker University women’s soccer team beat Park University 4-3 in overtime Friday in Parkville, Mo. Park scored 19 minutes into the game and once more before halftime to take a 2-0 lead. “We didn’t start off as hard as we should have, but after halftime we really came out and ...

Volleyball team sweeps Vikings in HAAC opener

Story by Abby

September 8, 2011

The Baker University volleyball team was on the road again for its second tournament of the year over the weekend and its conference opener Tuesday against Missouri Valley College. The ’Cats swept Missouri Valley in three sets by the score of 25-20, 25-16, 25-19 to improve their overall record...

Lee Green plans trip to Cooperstown

Story by Sara

September 8, 2011

Baseball is considered America’s pastime, but for Lee Green, professor of business and economics, the history of baseball is also a reflection of American history. With this concept in mind, Green thought of a travel Interterm where students learn about American baseball history by spending five d...

Men’s soccer team knocks off Park 1-0

Men’s soccer team knocks off Park 1-0

Story by Shawn Deegan

September 8, 2011

The No. 18 Baker University men’s soccer team continues to impress as the team pushed its record to 4-0 over the weekend with two more 1-0 victories over Park University and Columbia College.<br/> Baker has now recorded 1-0 shutouts in all four of its matches this season. Head coac...

Cross country teams win Maple Leaf Invitational

Cross country teams win Maple Leaf Invitational

Story by Meagan

September 8, 2011

The Baker University cross country team swept the Maple Leaf Invitational with first place finishes from the men and women’s teams. “It is the first time that we’ve won both men and women, and that was our goal, to go out and to sweep it, and I’m very excited and very proud ...

Lee Green plans trip to Cooperstown

Story by Sara

September 8, 2011

Baseball is considered America’s pastime, but for Lee Green, professor of business and economics, the history of baseball is also a reflection of American history. With this concept in mind, Green thought of a travel Interterm where students learn about American baseball history by spending five d...

Volleyball team sweeps Vikings in HAAC opener

Story by Abby

September 8, 2011

The Baker University volleyball team was on the road again for its second tournament of the year over the weekend and its conference opener Tuesday against Missouri Valley College. The ’Cats swept Missouri Valley in three sets by the score of 25-20, 25-16, 25-19 to improve their overall record...

Women’s soccer team rallies past Park in 4-3 win

Women’s soccer team rallies past Park in 4-3 win

Story by Meagan

September 8, 2011

The Baker University women’s soccer team beat Park University 4-3 in overtime Friday in Parkville, Mo. Park scored 19 minutes into the game and once more before halftime to take a 2-0 lead. “We didn’t start off as hard as we should have, but after halftime we really came out and ...

Men’s soccer team knocks off Park 1-0

Men’s soccer team knocks off Park 1-0

Story by Shawn Deegan

September 8, 2011

The No. 18 Baker University men’s soccer team continues to impress as the team pushed its record to 4-0 over the weekend with two more 1-0 victories over Park University and Columbia College.<br/> Baker has now recorded 1-0 shutouts in all four of its matches this season. Head coac...

Football team looks to go 3-0 against Crusaders

Football team looks to go 3-0 against Crusaders

Story by Christopher

September 8, 2011

The Baker University football team greeted Peru State College with a 55-12 loss in its first game in the Heart of America Athletic Conference Saturday at Liston Stadium. The Wildcats are 2-0 for the season and are averaging 48 points per game after Saturday’s 55-point output against the Peru S...

Baker beats Peru State to go 2-0

Story by Christopher

September 3, 2011

The Baker University football team greeted the Peru State Bobcats with a 55-12 loss in their first game in the Heart of America Athletic Conference Saturday at Liston Stadium. The Wildcats, now 2-0 on the season, are averaging 48 points per game after Saturday’s 55-point output against Peru S...

Cross country teams have high expectations for Maple Leaf Invitational

Story by Sara

September 1, 2011

As a new season quickly approaches the Baker University Cross Country teams, both are striving and ready to improve on their accomplishments from 2010. The women’s team won the Heart of America Athletic Conference championship last season and made an appearance at the NAIA national meet. The me...