Men’s Soccer Lose Tight Season Opener

Men’s Soccer Lose Tight Season Opener

Box Score WATERTOWN, WI—The Maranatha Baptist University men’s soccer team lost their first regular season game and home opener to the Dutch of Central College on Friday afternoon, to the tune of 1-0. “Despite the result, I am really encouraged by how our guys played today,” stated Coach Pill after the match. “Central is a [Continue Reading...]

Alumni Day Recap

Alumni Day Recap

WATERTOWN, WI – Maranatha Baptist University’s annual Alumni Games featured wins by each University team against their familiar counterparts, the alumni, on Saturday afternoon. The women’s soccer team achieved a 2-0 lead in the first period courtesy of Anna Dahl, a freshman forward out of Woodville, Wisconsin, who scored both goals. The Alumni’s Alysha (Morris) [Continue Reading...]

MBU Scholar Athletes Announced

MBU Scholar Athletes Announced

WATERTOWN, WI – The Maranatha Baptist University Athletics Department has released the 2013-14 MBU Scholar Athlete’s List, recognizing 44 athletes in 11 different sports, the most since the 2011-12 academic year. Athletes must maintain at least a 3.5 GPA in both the fall and spring semesters while lettering in one intercollegiate sport. This criterion exceeds [Continue Reading...]

MBU, Pill Honored at NCCAA Banquet

MBU, Pill Honored at NCCAA Banquet

WATERTOWN, WI – Each year, the NCCAA hosts an Annual Convention for member institutions to provide education and encouragement in its mission and schools, while giving recognition at the Hall of Fame Banquet, sponsored by SCORE International, on Friday, May 31. Maranatha Baptist University was recognized as the 2013-14 Sports Ministry, and Presidential Awards recipients, [Continue Reading...]

Lorch, DeLozier Headline NSCAA, NCCAA All-American Awards

Lorch, DeLozier Headline NSCAA, NCCAA All-American Awards

WATERTOWN, WI – Maranatha men’s and women’s soccer team’s saw six recipients, three from each squad, named to the 2013 NSCAA Continental Tire NCCAA DII Women’s Soccer 1st and 2nd All-American Teams. After stellar seasons by both teams, the women’s squad had junior midfielder Harmony Lorch (Aurora, CO) named to the 1st Team after posting [Continue Reading...]

Midwest Region Honors 12 Maranatha Athletes, Two Coaches

Midwest Region Honors 12 Maranatha Athletes, Two Coaches

WATERTOWN, WI – The men’s and women’s soccer teams, as well as the volleyball team, each had recipients chosen to the NCCAA DII All-Region Team, and head coaches Regina DeLozier (volleyball) and Jeff Pill (men’s soccer) were named coach of the year in the Midwest Region. DeLozier led her team to a 21-8 overall record [Continue Reading...]

Men’s Soccer Lose in Shoot-out Heartbreaker

Men’s Soccer Lose in Shoot-out Heartbreaker

Box Score DUNBAR, WI—The Maranatha men’s soccer team played perhaps their best game of the year Tuesday afternoon against the Pioneers of Northland International University, and yet came up just one goal short in overtime penalty shootouts to end their season in heartbreaking fashion. “We played incredible today,” said Coach Pill after the narrow defeat. [Continue Reading...]

Crusaders Prevail Thanks to Early Barrage

Crusaders Prevail Thanks to Early Barrage

Box Score WATERTOWN, WI—The Maranatha men’s soccer team was able to survive through a sluggish performance Friday afternoon, outlasting the Cougars of Kuyper College to the tune of 4-1. “We weren’t very sharp today,” stated Coach Pill after Friday’s match. “Hopefully, we were just getting our kinks out for the rest of this tournament. But [Continue Reading...]

Wama’s Hat Trick Lifts Crusaders over Great Lakes

Wama’s Hat Trick Lifts Crusaders over Great Lakes

Box Score WATERTOWN, WI—The Maranatha men’s soccer team was able to overcome a slow start Saturday afternoon, rallying to defeat the Crusaders of Great Lakes Christian College 7-0. “It was a very disjointed first half with a late start and several early injuries to some of their players,” remarked head coach Jeff Pill after the [Continue Reading...]