Lady Patriot Volleyball Brings Home Another National Championship

Patriot Volleyball Open Regional Play
Posted 1 month ago
ARLINGTON, Texas- The Arlington Baptist Patriot volleyball team (5-3) squares off with the Barclay Bears (1-4) for the first NCCAA Southwest Regional match up of the 2017 season. The Patriots are…
Women's Basketball 3 Peat
Posted 7 months ago
Ankeny, IA:  Arlington Baptist College claimed their third straight NCCAA DII Women’s Basketball National Championship on Saturday. The No. 1 seeded Patriots battled No. 2 Kentucky Christian University to an…
Women’s Basketball 3 Peat National Title
Patriots Take Three in Four Game Set
Posted 8 months ago
  Game 1 Colton Glover (Sr./Shreveport, LA) earned the win for the Patriots in game one. He tossed four innings, allowing one run, four hits, and striking out four. Noah Vaughan (So./Aubrey,…
Patriots Take Three in Four Game Set
Lady Patriots Win Regional Championship
Posted 8 months ago
MOORE, OK- After defeating Central Christian College of the Bible, 123-65, in the opening round of the 2017 NCCAA Southwest Regional Tournament, the Lady Patriots secured their fifth Southwest Regional…
Lady Patriots Secure Fifth Regional Champions…
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2015 VB ACCA

After winning the Southwest Regional Championship on Halloween over Dallas Christian College, The Arlington Baptist College Women’s Volleyball Team continued an amazing post season run.  Coach Kristi McDaniel took her team to Joplin, MO for the ACCA National Championships where they have won two of the past three years.  This year they would come out on top once again, going 6-0 and, winning Back-to-Back National Championships over Ozark Christian College (MO).  The SW Region Championship the week prior would earn the Patriots a trip to Orlando, Florida for a chance at a NCCAA II National Championship.  The disciplined Lady Patriots made it to the National Semi-Final game, losing to eventual champion Maranatha Baptist University.  They finished the season with a school record 29 wins and recorded 17 losses.  It would be Arlington Baptist Volleyball’s first Final Four in school history.  Many players would be recognized throughout post season play and they are soon to be announced……