Women’s Basketball Claim Back-2-Back NCCAA Titles

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Women's Basketball 3 Peat
Posted 5 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 6 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 6 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…
The Patriots Split Double Header Against LeTourneau
Posted 6 months ago
Game 1 The Patriots late offensive sparked them to a victory in game one of the double header. Austin Valdez (Sr./Mansfield, TX) earned the win on the mound. He threw five…
The Patriots Split Double Header Against LeTo…
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The Arlington Baptist Lady Patriot Basketball Team has claimed back to back ACCA and NCCAA National Championships.  Since it’s start four years ago, the program has dominated the NCCAA Division II with four region championships, two national championships, and a national runner-up.  In this years championship game, the Lady Patriots beat the Hillsdale Lady Saints for the third time in three weeks 102-99.  It was the Saints who the Patriots beat in the SW Region Championship game and the ACCA National Championship game.  Freshman Zayda Gonzalez had 26 points and 15 rebounds and was named tournament MVP.  Senior Jade Johnson had 35 points, and senior Tori Wise had 19 points to close out the victory.  Johnson and senior Elaine Herrera both received all-tournament awards for the Patriots who defeated Grace Bible College and North Central University on the road to the championship.