Wednesday, October 4, 2017

BU Football Stays at Number 2 in Top 25 Poll

Tyler Price, Assistant Director of Athletics | Communications

BALDWIN CITY, Kansas – The Baker University football team stayed at number two in this week’s NAIA Football Coaches’ Top 25 poll, announced on Tuesday. The Wildcats have been ranked number two in each poll this season.


Number one St. Francis (Ind.) continues to hang onto the top spot and received 340 total points in the poll, while Baker received 327.

Baker is 6-0 on the season for the third time in four years and has won 23-straight games against a Heart of America Athletic Conference opponent.

Four of Baker’s six wins have come against ranked opponents, including a 31-27 win over number 23 William Penn, a 48-41 win at number nine Grand View, a 44-37 win at number 14 Benedictine and its 65-42 win over number 23 Peru State last Saturday.

The Wildcats are one of 10 undefeated teams left in the NAIA and one of three teams from the Heart ranked this week including number seven Grand View and number 14 Benedictine, each of which lost to the ‘Cats this season.

Baker is off this week and resumes its 2017 schedule with its Heart South opener against rival MNU on Saturday, October 14 at 11:07 a.m. inside Liston Stadium in a match up that will be broadcast worldwide on the Watch ESPN App/ESPN three and locally on KSMO-TV.

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