Sabercats, Anderson Garner NCCAA Recognition at 2016 Convention

Sabercats, Anderson Garner NCCAA Recognition at 2016 Convention

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – At the annual NCCAA convention, the NCCAA recognized Daniel Anderson as the 2016  Male Game Plan 4 LIFE Character Award recipient while recognizing Maranatha Baptist University as the 2016 recipient of the NCCAA Presidential Award for Excellence. Anderson (pictured right with 2016 female recipient Tera Weyer) is the third Sabercat to receive the [Continue Reading…]

Anderson Named Head Women’s Soccer Coach

Anderson Named Head Women’s Soccer Coach

WATERTOWN, Wis. – Maranatha Baptist University graduate and three-year Men’s Soccer player David Anderson has been named head coach for the Sabercat Women’s Soccer Team for the 2016 season. Anderson will take over for former head coach Peter Huber, who stepped in to be in charge of the Sabercats last season when they held a 13-3-2 record [Continue Reading…]

The NCCAA Announces New DII Regional Alignment

The NCCAA Announces New DII Regional Alignment

GREENVILLE, S.C. – The National Christian Colleges Athletics Association (NCCAA) has announced a new regional alignment, which will be effective for the 2016 fall sports seasons. The Sabercats will transition from the Midwest Region – in which they won 53 regional titles – to the newly-named North Region, which is a partial combination of the Midwest [Continue Reading…]

Risma, Vinz Honored at NSCAA Convention

Risma, Vinz Honored at NSCAA Convention

BALTIMORE, MD – Sabercat Women’s Soccer standouts Natascha Vinz (Cheboygan, MI) and Audrey Risma (Fort Collins, CO) were honored last weekend at the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) annual convention held at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland. During a record-breaking 2015 season, Vinz and Risma both earned All-America honors for Women’s Soccer [Continue Reading…]

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 Fall to #2 Bruins in Title Match

#1 Sabercats Fall to #2 Bruins in Title Match

KISSIMMEE, FL – in a highly-anticipated championship matchup against the #2-seeded Bruins from Bob Jones University, the #1-ranked Sabercats entered the game having only allowed one goal in seven competitive NCCAA games on the year. The streak was broken in an untimely manner, as the Bruins snuck just one goal past the Sabercats. It was [Continue Reading…]

#1 Sabercats Shut Out #5 North Central to Advance to Championship

#1 Sabercats Shut Out #5 North Central to Advance to Championship

KISSIMMEE, FL – in their second game of pool play, the Sabercats faced familiar opponents North Central University, who won the North region and ranked #5 coming into the tournament. An early goal from Natascha Vinz was enough to settle the score, as the Sabercats shut out the Rams for the second time this year, [Continue Reading…]