BALDWIN CITY, Kansas – The (RV) Baker University women's soccer team nearly upset No. 10 CMU on Wednesday evening, but the Eagles prevailed defeating the Wildcats, 2-1.
The Wildcats fall to 4-5-3 overall and 4-2-1 in Heart play and are now in a tie for second place in the conference standings with Missouri Valley and Culver-Stockton.
While CMU now has a lead all to its own in first place in the Heart with its 12-0-2 overall mark and 7-0-1 conference record.
Erica Esch came out firing for the Wildcats, as she scored in the second minute of the match.
It only took two minutes later for CMU to tie up the match, as Luci Brasil scored in the 4th minute.
The match went scoreless for 66 minutes, until Elly Boothe put the match away with a goal in the 70th minute for CMU.
Baker will next take on William Penn on Saturday, Oct. 14 at 5 p.m. inside Liston Stadium.