Karl Seiter has known responsibility as a college athlete and as an Army Ranger in the Middle East

Karl Seiter has only good things to say about his first year playing baseball at Lubbock Christian University.

This is a place to do it all.

The 70th Annual Convention started with a bang! On April 16, four past and current NAIA student-athletes shared their stories about successes and experiences at an NAIA institution, in front of an audience of 400. (Video)

Title town crowns cookie champ

On April 7, 2011, in I Play NAIA, Uncategorized, by Staci

Two titles were decided Tuesday, March 15, in NAIA women’s basketball competition. One was determined on the floor at the Tyson Events Center as Northwestern College of Orange City, Iowa, duked it out with Davenport University of Grand Rapids, Mich. And one was determined at the Sioux City Convention Center kitchen. Executive Chef Al Clark of Distinctive Gourmet called Kai Schmidt’s recipe for Soft and Chewy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies the winner in the Journal’s first NAIA recipe contest. Here is that story…

University of Saint Francis (Ind.) Celebrates Tourney Run

On April 5, 2011, in I Play NAIA, Uncategorized, by Staci

Last week USF honored the 2011 NAIA National Championship Runner-up University of Saint Francis men’s basketball team at Hutzell Athletic Center. The school also retired the number 31 jersey of star senior DeJovaun Sawyer-Davis.

Former NBA Player Haywoode Workman’s Daughter, Chasity, Aims for WNBA’s Tulsa Shock

On March 7, 2011, in I Play NAIA, Uncategorized, by Staci

When she takes the court with her headphones on, bopping her head to her favorite of Lil Wayne, Chasity Workman is ready to play the game that she loves with the team that she loves.

Crosstown rivals? This one is a cross-room rivalry

On February 22, 2011, in I Play NAIA, Uncategorized, by Staci

The crosstown rivalry between Briar Cliff and Morningside rocked Rosen-Verdoorn Sports Center on the Morningside College campus Wednesday.

Former Olympian to Lead Culver-Stockton Volleyball

On February 10, 2011, in Uncategorized, by Staci

Caren Kemner, a three-time member of the United States Olympic volleyball team, has been named Culver-Stockton College’s seventh volleyball coach as announced by athletic director Greg McVey on December 7.

Webber’s “Old Coach” Needs Five More Wins to Garner “600”

On February 7, 2011, in I Play NAIA, Uncategorized, by Staci

The gentlemen that many student-athletes, peers, and colleagues refer to as “Webber’s Old Coach” is none other than Athletic Director and Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach, Bill Heath. With his teams both sweeping Ave Maria University, “Webber’s Old Coach” is now only five wins away from 600 wins in tennis at the school.

The shot seen ‘round the world (by Mark Story/Kentucky.com)

On January 25, 2011, in I Play NAIA, NAIA Top Ten, Uncategorized, by Staci

Here’s what makes life – and sports – wonderful. When Stephanie Quattrociocchi (Quat-tro-chuckie) woke up Saturday morning, she was your typical small-college basketball player. Meaning all but unknown to anyone beyond her circle of family and friends…

Lady Flames honored again for national title

On January 14, 2011, in Uncategorized, by Staci

For the third straight year, Lee University’s women’s soccer team will be honored at the annual Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame awards banquet and induction ceremony on Feb. 11.