Baker men lose, 2-1, to UMKC in soccer
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Baker University mens soccer team lost a tough battle at NCAA Division I UMKC, 2-1, on Thursday night to fall to 0-6 all-time against the Roos’.
Baker took the lead in the 43rd minute with a goal from freshman Austin Shiney right before halftime. Fellow freshman Andrew Miller picked up the assist on the shot. Baker is now 0-3-1 on the season, while UMKC improves to 1-3.
After the break, UMKC scored in the 51st minute with a goal from Broc Cramer, with the assist coming from Jordan Rideout.
14 minutes later the Roos’ put the game away with a goal from Tom Gaus for the game- winning goal and assist was registered by Mo Ramahi.
The Wildcats had as many shots on goal as UMKC with five and took 8 total shots, compared to 11 by its opponent.
Matt Bickley got the start in goal for Baker and had three saves. Ethan Bauer and Cameron Zimmerman led the team in shots taken with two.
Baker will return to action next Wednesday, Sept. 12 as they take on Park University at 7:30 p.m. at Liston Stadium. Fans can catch the action live on live stats at www.bakerwildcats.com.