Four Maranatha Football Players Receive All-NCCAA Honors

Four Maranatha Football Players Receive All-NCCAA Honors

WATERTOWN, WI – The NCCAA recently published the All-NCCAA Football Teams, and four Maranatha Baptist University players were named to Second Team and Honorable Mention. The NCCAA chooses players to the Offense, Defense and Specialist 1st and 2nd Teams as well as Honorable Mention for all three. Awards are also given for 2013 Offensive and [Continue Reading...]

Women’s Basketball Goes 1-1 At NCCAA Tip-Off

Women’s Basketball Goes 1-1 At NCCAA Tip-Off

LINCOLN, IL – The women’s basketball team blitzed Kuyper College for their first win of the season, in a 63-42 thrashing, and lost 62-39 in their second game on Saturday, against Lincoln Christian University, at the NCCAA Tip-Off Tournament, hosted by Lincoln Christian University. In the ladies’ big win over Kuyper College, Maranatha had three [Continue Reading...]

Maranatha No. 1 Seed for NCCAA Tournament

Maranatha No. 1 Seed for NCCAA Tournament

The Maranatha women’s basketball team has earned the No. 1 seed in the National Christian College Athletic Association Division II Championships, March 7-9 at Ohio Christian University in Circleville, OH. The Crusaders (21-6) will open the tournament with a quarterfinal game March 7 at 2 p.m. Eastern Time against North Central, MN (8-17). Four seniors, [Continue Reading...]

NCCAA, AVCA Name DeLozier Player Of The Year

WATERTOWN, Wis.—Maranatha senior outside hitter Torey DeLozier has been named National Christian College Athletic Association Player of the Year by both the NCCAA and the American Volleyball Coaches Association. The awards ceremony will take place Dec. 14 in Louisville, Ky., at a banquet that takes place in conjunction with the NCAA Division I Championships and [Continue Reading...]

Crusaders Suffer Another Close Loss

Box Score CHICAGO, Ill. – The men’s basketball team came just short of a win against Moody Bible on Tuesday night, losing 52-50. Moody’s Steve Harrison was nearly unstoppable with 27 points off 55% field goal shooting, while Matt Hunter tried to match him with 22 points, shooting 6-14 for 43% from three-point land. Junior [Continue Reading...]

Crusaders Tame Tigers

Box Score WYOMING, Mich. – Junior forward Torey DeLozier (Watertown, Wis.) and the Maranatha Crusaders finished off the Grace Tigers, 69-59 on Saturday afternoon. In spite of their struggles with turnovers, the ladies took advantage of 29 Grace turnovers and shot 45% from field goal range. The Crusaders were without starting center Laci Peterson (Chillicothe, [Continue Reading...]