MBU Receives Second Consecutive NCCAA Presidential Award

MBU Receives Second Consecutive NCCAA Presidential Award

Watertown, Wis- Maranatha Baptist University’s stalwart performances at the 2014-15 NCCAA National Tournaments earned the Sabercats their second consecutive NCCAA Presidential Award for Excellence in Division II. The Presidential Award is awarded to the top-performing institution from the National Tournaments, with points awarded as follows: 1st Place- 12 points       5th Place- 5 points 2nd Place- 9 [Continue Reading…]

Sabercats Soccer Honored At NSCAA Convention

Sabercats Soccer Honored At NSCAA Convention

Head Coach Jeff Pill and four Sabercats soccer players had the privilege of representing Maranatha Soccer last week, at the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Convention, known as “The World’s Largest Annual Gathering of Soccer Coaches.” The annual event, which was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania this year, brings in over 4,000 coaches and [Continue Reading…]

NCCAA, NSCAA, Release DII Women’s Soccer All-Americans

NCCAA, NSCAA, Release DII Women’s Soccer All-Americans

WATERTOWN, WI – Sabercats women’s soccer finished a successful 2014 campaign with a 2nd place finish in the NCCAA DII, and had three individuals recently selected to the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCCAA Women’s Soccer All-American Teams. Sophomore defender Courtney Dunn (Oshkosh, WI) and sophomore midfielder Audrey Risma (Fort Collins, CO) were 1st Team recipients, while freshman [Continue Reading…]

Women’s Soccer AD3I/NCCAA Postseason Awards

Women’s Soccer AD3I/NCCAA Postseason Awards

WATERTOWN, WI — The 2014 Maranatha women’s soccer team was recognized by the Association of Division III Independents and the NCCAA for their season that culminated into a National Tournament runner-up finish. The AD3I’s All-Independent 2nd team boasted three Sabercat players, and the NCCAA National All-Tournament team boasted three Maranatha players. Listed below are the [Continue Reading…]

Women’s Soccer Earns 2nd At Nationals

Women’s Soccer Earns 2nd At Nationals

Box Score KISSIMMEE, FL – The women’s soccer team’s thrilling run to its first NCCAA championship fell just shy, as the Sabercats ran into the #1 Clearwater Christian College Cougars, in a 2-0 loss in their second championship appearance in school history, taking second place in the nation. Maranatha’s defensive efforts prevented Clearwater from getting [Continue Reading…]

Women’s Soccer Reaches Championship With BBC Win

Women’s Soccer Reaches Championship With BBC Win

Box Score WATERTOWN, WI – For the first time in Maranatha’s history, the Sabercats will be sending both men’s and women’s soccer teams to the 2014 NCCAA National Championship matches on Saturday. A day removed from a thrilling 2-1 men’s win over the three-time reigning champs, Moody Bible, the women’s team followed suit with a [Continue Reading…]

Sabercats Blitz Pilots in 2OT Tie

Sabercats Blitz Pilots in 2OT Tie

Box Score KISSIMMEE, FL – The Maranatha Baptist University women’s soccer team kicked off their 2014 National Championship tournament with a thorough domination of Providence University College, pelting the Pilots for a 31-8 shots advantage, but ending in a 1-1 thrilling double-overtime tie. Maranatha gave up an early first-half goal on a through pass that [Continue Reading…]

MBU postseason wrap-up

MBU postseason wrap-up

See who’s in and where everyone’s going. Maranatha Baptist University is pleased to send five of its fall sports teams to the NCCAA Division II National Championships. Three of these teams will compete in Kissimmee, Florida, on November 12-15, with both Cross-Country teams competing in Houghton, New York. The Women’s Volleyball team captured the Regional Championship [Continue Reading…]

Record-Breaking Five MBU Teams Head to Nationals

Record-Breaking Five MBU Teams Head to Nationals

WATERTOWN, WI – For the first time in Maranatha’s history, the Sabercats will be sending five different teams to the NCCAA National Tournaments, with appearances from men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, and men’s and women’s cross country. The last time Maranatha had at least four teams advance was in 2008, when men’s and women’s soccer, [Continue Reading…]