Twenty-Two Sabercats Named NCCAA Scholar-Athletes

Twenty-Two Sabercats Named NCCAA Scholar-Athletes

WATERTOWN, WI – To earn the status of “NCCAA Scholar-Athlete”, student-athletes must maintain a GPA of 3.40 or higher while classifying as a junior, senior, or graduate student. From the 2015 fall season, the Sabercats boasted twenty-two student-athletes who qualified for the award. These recipients are listed below, along with their field of study. Women’s [Continue Reading…]

Five Sabercats Garner NCCAA Weekly Award

Five Sabercats Garner NCCAA Weekly Award

WATERTOWN, WI- five student-athletes from Maranatha Baptist University were named as NCCAA DII Student-Athletes of the Week on Tuesday. This marked the final time the weekly award would be given to Sabercat athletes for the 2015 fall seasons. Anna Dahl (Women’s Soccer | Woodville, WI) was a dynamic threat for the Sabercats in their runner-up [Continue Reading…]

#1 Sabercats Sweep National Championship

#1 Sabercats Sweep National Championship

KISSIMMEE, FL – the Sabercats’ performance at the 2015 NCCAA DII National Championships leaves one at a loss for superlatives. Six matches had stood in the Sabercats way, and the #1-ranked team from MBU needed only three sets per match, boasting a perfect 3-0 scoreline in every last one. After victories over Dallas, Ozark, Toccoa, [Continue Reading…]

#1 Sabercats Earn Championship Berth

#1 Sabercats Earn Championship Berth

KISSIMMEE, FL – the Sabercats were on point in the NCCAA National Semifinal, as they boasted a balanced, versatile offense and overcame defensive errors to earn a hard-fought, three-set win over the #7 seed in the Patriots of Arlington Baptist College. The Patriots came into the tournament as the Southwest Region champions, and held a [Continue Reading…]

#1 Sabercats Stay Perfect at NCCAA Nationals

#1 Sabercats Stay Perfect at NCCAA Nationals

KISSIMMEE, FL – the #1-ranked Sabercats remained perfect at NCCAA Nationals on Friday, as they overcame the #8 seed Toccoa Falls College and the #4-ranked Kentucky Christian University. Both wins came in straight sets, as the Sabercats moved to 4-0 in the tournament, and 13-0 on the year against NCCAA DII opponents. With the pair [Continue Reading…]

#1 Sabercats off to Perfect Start at Nationals

#1 Sabercats off to Perfect Start at Nationals

KISSIMMEE, FL – the #1-ranked Sabercats were perfect on day one, sweeping both #9 Dallas Christian College and #5 Ozark Christian College to post two wins on the opening day. Samantha Swiatek led a scrappy Sabercat defense while Stacy Reinke and Alexis Johnson kept swinging to power the Sabercat attack. The victory over Ozark was [Continue Reading…]

NCCAA Recognizes Reinke as DII Women’s Volleyball GP4L Recipient

NCCAA Recognizes Reinke as DII Women’s Volleyball GP4L Recipient

(Courtesy of the NCCAA) KISSIMMEE, FL., The 2015 NCCAA Division II Women’s Volleyball Championship week kicked off tonight as teams gathered for the tournament Tip-Off banquet at the Radisson Celebration Hotel.  Upon arrival, all teams took part in providing over 200 toys and 200 pairs of socks for distribution in the local area by several ministry [Continue Reading…]

Volleyball NCCAA Nationals Preview

Volleyball NCCAA Nationals Preview

WATERTOWN, WI – After going undefeated in regular-season NCCAA play, the Sabercats are bound for Kissimmee, FL and the NCCAA National Championship for the sixth straight season. Volleyball (Stats | Photos) Regular-season recap As usual, the Sabercats hit the ground running at the start of the 2015 season, as they recorded four straight wins to [Continue Reading…]

MBU Student-Athletes Garner Weekly Awards

MBU Student-Athletes Garner Weekly Awards

WATERTOWN, WI – Four different student-athletes were given the weekly award of “Student-Athlete of the Week” for the competitions of October 26 through October 31. As part of the Association of Division III Independents (AD3I) and the National Christian Collegiate Athletic Association (NCCAA), the Sabercats are dually-affiliated, and two student-athletes were named as AD3I student-athletes of [Continue Reading…]