NAC Scholar-Athletes Announced

WATERTOWN, Wis. – The Northern Athletics Conference recently announced the 2011-12 Scholar Athletes for all 13 member institutions and three associate members, a total that exceeded 1,100 athletes. Maranatha recorded 68 athletes, breaking last year’s mark of 62 to set a school record. Since its inception into the conference (’06), Maranatha has steadily increased its [Continue Reading…]

NCAA Student-Athlete Paperwork

As soon as we have your confirmation to attend preseason, the NCAA will e-mail you the information about completing the required paperwork. Make sure to check your mbbc account. This needs to be taken care of by the August 1 deadline.

Maranatha To Withdraw From Northern Athletics Conference

Maranatha has formally announced that it will withdraw from the Northern Athletics Conference at the conclusion of the 2012-13 academic year. The NAC Council of Chief Executive Officers accepted the request earlier this week. The decision to withdraw from the NAC came as a result of the CCEO (Presidents of the Conference Executive Committee, excluding [Continue Reading…]

Crusaders Participate In Regionals

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – The Crusaders finished up the Regional Tournament this past weekend at Augsburg College. The team scored eight points, trailing Knox by a point and a half at 9.5. Individually, sophomore’s Jesse Gjefle (Ontario, Wis.) and Josiah Brenemuehl (Mishicot, Wis.) posted wins. In the 184 class, Gjefle pinned Vincent Cardarelle from Lakeland in [Continue Reading…]

Brendemuehl, Warren Post Four Wins At NWA Invitational

PLYMOUTH, Wis. – The wrestling team put its best foot forward with four wins at the North Wrestling Association Invitational on Saturday afternoon. Sophomore Josiah Brendemuehl (Mishicot, Wis.) was 2-1 on the day, while Ricky Warren (Ohlman, Ill.) finished with two wins as well. Brendemuehl defeated Kyle Perea from MSOE by a 12-2 decision in [Continue Reading…]

Crusaders Wrestle Three Matches Against Northland

DUNBAR, Wis. – The Crusaders wrestled only three matches on Thursday night, losing 24-21 against Northland International in Dunbar. In what turned out to be odd matchups, the Crusaders and Pioneers had only three official duels. In the first match, freshman wrestler Jordan Dersch (Prattville, Ala.) won an 11-5 decision against Charles Haines in the [Continue Reading…]