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...]

2012 Season Review

The 2012 volleyball season was defined by milestones, achievements and an NCCAAII National Tournament appearance against Clearwater Christian. The 2012 season also marks the first in Maranatha history for the most kills, and points in the Northern Athletics Conference. Senior outside hitter Torey DeLozier recorded 2,525 kills and 2,882.5 points to cap an illustrious career. [Continue Reading...]

2012 Men’s Basketball Season Review

Maranatha’s season came to a close with a 77-61 loss to the eventual NCCAAII Midwest Regional Champions, Grace Bible College on Friday, February 24. Preceding the loss to Grace, Maranatha had defeated Northland International 65-61 in the Midwest Regional Tournament opening round, the second win over the Pioneers in less than three weeks. The team [Continue Reading...]

2011 Season Review

The Crusaders hope that this season’s bright spots are foundational stepping stones to a brighter future. They improved over last season by adding two more wins to the overall record, finishing 3-7. One of those came against NAC opponent, Rockford College, in a thrilling season-ending win. Last season, the Crusaders ended their winless streak in [Continue Reading...]

2011 Season Review

Head Coach Lisa Turner was the beneficiary of another quality season and exciting new additions. Top runners William O’Malley (Rockford, Ill.) and Lauren Stephens both ran well at Nationals. Stephens reserved her top performance for last, running a time of 21:05.72. She also came in second at the Nationals and helped lead her team to [Continue Reading...]