Pill Nets NCCAAII Student-Athlete Award

WATERTOWN, Wis. – Maranatha men’s soccer player Taylor Pill (Watertown, Wis.) was named the NCCAAII men’s soccer Student-Athlete of the Week for events of October 15-21. Pill scored the lone goal in a 1-1 tie against Marian and had two shots (one on goal) against Aurora University on Saturday afternoon. The sophomore midfielder currently leads [Continue Reading...]

Crusaders Fall 4-1 To Aurora

Box Score WATERTOWN, Wis. – The Aurora Spartans were simply the better team on Saturday afternoon, outshooting the Crusaders 27-4, en route to a 4-1 victory. Maranatha’s defense did hold Aurora scoreless for 30 minutes and received strong performances from defender Daniel Anderson (Roscoe, Ill.), and sophomore midfielder Michael Bagin (Richfield, Wis.), despite missing several [Continue Reading...]

Klaudt’s Game-Winners Nets Student-Athlete Award

Freshman midfielder Marvin Klaudt (Los Mochis, Mexico) was named the Northern Athletics Conference Men’s Soccer Student-Athlete of the Week for games during Oct. 8-14. Klaudt scored two game-winning goals in as many contests last week. Against Lakeland, the freshman broke a 1-1 tie to give Maranatha the 2-1 win and added the first goal against [Continue Reading...]

Crusaders Roll With Second Straight Conference Victory

Box Score WATERTOWN, Wis. – For the first time in team history, Maranatha won its second Northern Athletics Conference game in a row, defeating the Concordia-Chicago Cougars 2-0 on Friday afternoon. Maranatha caught an early break when the Cougar’s goalkeeper came out to play the ball, but missed, giving sophomore midfielder Marvin Klaudt (Los Mochis, [Continue Reading...]

Crusaders Continue Development In 4-2 Loss

Box Score WATERTOWN, Wis.—For the Crusaders, it’s about a process of continually improving and developing chemistry. The team accomplished just that, despite losing 4-2 against Wisconsin Lutheran on Saturday afternoon. Maranatha held the Warriors to one goal in the first period, and had a nice save from junior goalkeeper Kyle Kutz (Cambridge, Wis.). The Crusaders [Continue Reading...]