North Central Posts Shutout Against Crusaders

Box Score KISSIMMEE, Fla. – The Crusaders were shutout 2-0, by North Central University in the second game of the NCCAAII National Tournament. The game remained scoreless for over 30 minutes until North Central’s Christina Goodman gave her team a 1-0 lead at 34 minutes. Maranatha held an 11-8 shots advantage in the game, but [Continue Reading...]

Crusader Athletes Earn NAC All-Conference Awards

WATERTOWN, Wis. – Eight Crusader athletes were honored recently in the Northern Athletics Conference, with All-Conference Recognition for cross country, men’s, and women’s soccer, and volleyball. In cross country, William O’Malley (Rockford, Ill.) was named to the All-Northern Athletics Conference Cross Country Team after recording the fifth-fastest time at 26:53.8. On the women’s side, Lauren [Continue Reading...]

Steinhaus’ Efforts Earn Student-Athlete Award

WATERTOWN, Wis. – Senior midfielder Allison Steinhaus (Winston Salem, N.C.) was named the NCCAAII women’s soccer Student-Athlete of the Week for events of October 22-27. Steinhaus recorded three goals at the Midwest Region Tournament this weekend, two against Lincoln Christian in a 5-1 win and one against Northland International in a 3-0 victory to help [Continue Reading...]

Crusaders Win Region, Defeat Northland

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Maranatha avenged a 1-0 double-overtime loss last year, defeating the Northland International Pioneers, 3-0 on Saturday afternoon. Senior midfielder Allison Steinhaus (Winston Salem, N.C.) gave Maranatha a 1-0 in the first half, and freshman and senior midfielders Harmony Lorch (Aurora, Colo.), and Jocelyn Enrique (Anohoca, Hawaii) scored goals two and three [Continue Reading...]

Crusaders Set For Region Championship Rematch Against Northland

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The women’s soccer team advanced to the NCCAAII Midwest Region Championship match with a 5-1 win over Lincoln University on Friday afternoon. The Crusaders advance to the NCCAAII Midwest Region Championship Match against a familiar foe, Northland International. Last year, the women’s team lost 1-0 in a shootout after two overtimes. [Continue Reading...]