The 'Cats are now alone in ninth-place in the conference, while Culver-Stockton improved to 11-7 and in fourth-place in the Heart.
In game one, CSC won on a walk-off in the bottom of the 7th inning, off of Baker starter Olivia Brees.
The freshman threw 6.1 innings in the circle, striking out nine batters, while allowing six hits and four earned runs.
Cassie Burris hit a home run for Culver-Stockton and knocked in a team-high four RBI's.
In game two, Teagan Louthan threw all six innings for Baker. The 'Cats scored first in the Top of the 2nd with two runs, but Culver-Stockton responded with one run each in the first and second innings, along with two runs in the third and one final run in the fourth.
The Wildcats will next face Avila University on Wednesday, Apr. 20 in Kansas City, Missouri at 2 p.m.