2012 Season Review: Cross Country

2012 Season Review: Cross Country

The 2012 cross country team had perhaps its best season in recent memory, setting multiple individual records throughout the season. The men’s team capped its season with a second place finish at the NCCAAII National Tournament in Kissimmee, Fla., while the ladies took fifth place. William O’Malley, and Lauren Stephens finished second and seventh respectively in [Continue Reading...]

Cross Country Men Take 2nd, Women, 5th

Men’s Results Women’s Results CEDARVILLE, Ohio – The Cross Country team finished strong at the 2012 NCCAA Nationals, as the men’s team took second place and the women’s team took fifth in Division II. Individually, the women’s team had all but one runner set personal records on the final race of the season. Senior Lauren [Continue Reading...]

Crusader Athletes Earn NAC All-Conference Awards

WATERTOWN, Wis. – Eight Crusader athletes were honored recently in the Northern Athletics Conference, with All-Conference Recognition for cross country, men’s, and women’s soccer, and volleyball. In cross country, William O’Malley (Rockford, Ill.) was named to the All-Northern Athletics Conference Cross Country Team after recording the fifth-fastest time at 26:53.8. On the women’s side, Lauren [Continue Reading...]

O’Malley, Stephens Earn NAC Honors

O’Malley, Stephens Earn NAC Honors

Men’s Results Women’s Results MEQUON, Wis. – The Crusaders’ William O’Malley ran his second-best race of the season, clocking in at 26:53.76 at the Cross Country Championships at CUW in Mequon, Wis. O’Malley was named to the All-Northern Athletics Conference Team afterwards, posting the fifth-fastest time in the conference. Senior Lauren Stephens (Chicago, Ill.) was [Continue Reading...]

Crusaders Set Nine PR’s At WI Private College Championships

Women’s Results Men’s Results BELOIT, Wis. – The Crusaders were primed to go Saturday at the Wisconsin Private College Championships in Beloit, Wisconsin, setting nine personal records. The whole women’s team set personal records, with senior runner Lauren Stephens (Chicago, Ill.) leading the way with her new time of 25:02.80, good for 22nd place. Freshman [Continue Reading...]

Crusaders Finish Ninth At Warrior Inviational

Men’s Results Women’s Results WEST ALLIS, Wis. – The Maranatha cross country team took ninth place at the Wisconsin Lutheran Invitational, and senior runner William O’Malley (Rockford, Ill.) finished sixth, while two others set personal records. O’Malley crossed the finish line at a time of 27:03.6; six seconds shy of his personal record time of [Continue Reading...]

Cross Country Competes At Midwest Open

KENOSHA, Wis. – The Crusaders were back in action, competing in the Midwest Collegiate Open in Kenosha, Wis. on Saturday. For the men, William O’Malley (Rockford, Ill.) finished 75th overall with a time of 28:35 and Michael Kluver finished with a time of 30:09.1. Kluver has already shaved off 34 seconds from this time last [Continue Reading...]

NAC Scholar-Athletes Announced

WATERTOWN, Wis. – The Northern Athletics Conference recently announced the 2011-12 Scholar Athletes for all 13 member institutions and three associate members, a total that exceeded 1,100 athletes. Maranatha recorded 68 athletes, breaking last year’s mark of 62 to set a school record. Since its inception into the conference (’06), Maranatha has steadily increased its [Continue Reading...]

NCAA Student-Athlete Paperwork

As soon as we have your confirmation to attend preseason, the NCAA will e-mail you the information about completing the required paperwork. Make sure to check your mbbc account. This needs to be taken care of by the August 1 deadline.

Maranatha To Withdraw From Northern Athletics Conference

Maranatha has formally announced that it will withdraw from the Northern Athletics Conference at the conclusion of the 2012-13 academic year. The NAC Council of Chief Executive Officers accepted the request earlier this week. The decision to withdraw from the NAC came as a result of the CCEO (Presidents of the Conference Executive Committee, excluding [Continue Reading...]