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Coach Bio

Head Coach: Denny Dixon (6th Season)
Phone: 972.896.7910

Coach Dixon is a veteran college baseball coach with 22 years experience. His college experience began in 1987 as the Assistant Coach at the University of North Texas, and in 1990 he became the Head Coach at Brookhaven College where he served as Head Coach until 2004.  Coach Dixon is also a veteran of select summer baseball, his Dallas Image Baseball Team were they won the 1989 Palomino World Series Championship. In 2001 Coach Dixon and his family created Triple Creek Complex and Triple Crown Academy. TCC hosted tournaments while TCA trained and developed young players.  Coach Dixon has also worked as a professional scout for the New York Mets, Tampa Bay Rays, and the Arizona Diamondbacks. Coach Dixon and his wife Glenda have nine children and six grandchildren with one on the way and reside in Princeton, Texas. Coach Dixon’s goal is to develop a quality student athlete and a winning baseball program that Dallas Christian College can look to with pride. He has a great “LOVE OF THE GAME.”

Associate Head Coach: Gordon Porter (3rd season)

Coach Porter is the Associate Head Coach under Coach Dixon. He’s a familiar face in the Dallas/Ft.Worth baseball scene with over 30 years of High School baseball coaching experience including the 2007 5-4A State Championship as the Head Coach at Dallas Christian High School. Coach Porter retired from the public school system in 2003 with over 238 career victories. He has been on staff with the baseball program at Dallas Christian College since 2015.

JV Head Coach/Outfield Coach: James Blake Martin

Coach Martin is a graduate of Rowlett High School and has over 6 years of experience coaching with select baseball. He also serves as an instructor for overseas programs in Africa and Central America.

Hitting Coach: Bart Alfred

Coach Alfred is no stranger to the DFW area. He is a two-time All-DFW player and a former second team all-state selection from Duncanville, HS. In 1986 he was drafted by the Cleveland Indians, but opted to play baseball at Texas Tech from 86-87. Most recently Coach Alfred served as an assistant coach for the baseball program at the University of Texas – Dallas.

Pitching Coach: Sean Lowe

Coach Lowe is also no stranger to the area as he’s a 1989 graduate of Mesquite HS. After graduation from high school Coach Lowe played two years at McLennan Junior College before moving on to Arizona State University of the former Pac-10. After two years at ASU he was drafted in the first round of the 1992 Major League Baseball draft by the St. Louis Cardinals. He went on to play to play 7 years in the majors for the Cardinals, White Sox, Pirates, Rockies and Royals.





Date                    Time                      Opponent                      Location

2/2/2018             7:00 PM             Mid-America                    Away L 5-6

2/3/2018             9:45 AM              Eastern New Mexico       Away L 4-14
2/3/2018             6:00 PM              Hannibal La-Grange        Away L 12-19
2/8/2018             3:00 PM              Colorado Christian           Away L 1-13
2/9/2018             2:30 PM              Midland College               Away L 5-19
2/10/2018           2:30 PM              Tabor College                   Away L 1-9
2/10/2018           7:00 PM              Ottawa College                 Away L 1-10
2/23/2018           2:00 PM              Loyola University             Away L 4-2
2/24/2018          12:00 PM             Loyola University             Away L 24-2
2/27/2018          12:00 PM             McMurray University        Away L 12-6
3/2/2018              2:00 PM             Schreiner University         Away L 13-1
3/3/2018            12:00 PM             Schreiner University         Away W 6-2
3/7/2018              6:30 PM              Abilene University            Away L 11-0
3/9/2018            12:30 AM             Calumet University-CHI    Home W 10-6
3/9/2018              3:00 PM               Eastern New Mexico       Home L 5-2
3/10/2018          10:00 PM             Eastern New Mexico         Home L 15-2
3/10/2018            3:00 PM             Calumet University-CHI    Home L 14-13
3/13/2018            2:00 PM              McMurray University        Away L 12-6
3/16/2018            2:00 PM              Mid-America                     Away L 12-2
3/17/2018          12:00 PM              Mid-America                     Away L 16-0
3/23/2018            2:00 PM              Texas Wesleyan                Away L 0-9
3/24/2018            1:00 PM              Texas Wesleyan                Away L 0-6
3/30/2018             1:00 PM             Ecclessia                            Away W 8-4
3/31/2018           12:00 PM             Ecclessia                            Away W 10-5
4/6/2018             12:00 PM             Arlington Baptist               Home
4/7/2018             12:00 PM             Arlington Baptist               Home
4/11/2018             6:30 PM             Abilene Christian               Away
4/13/2018             2:00 PM             University of Dallas           Away
4/14/2018           12:00 PM             University of Dallas           Home
4/17/2018             3:00 PM              Austin College                  Away
4/20/2018           12:00 PM             Randall University             Home
4/21/2018           12:00 PM             Randall University             Home
4/27/2018           12:00 PM             Manhattan College            Away
4/28/2017           12:00 PM             Manhattan College            Away
5/2/2018               1:00 PM             Eastern New Mexico         Home






Number Name Year Hometown
#1 Andrew Torrez Fr Dallas Tx
#2 LaMarcus O'Neal Sr Little Rock Ar
#3 Justine Curtis Fr Dallas Tx
#5 Anthony Esposita So Houston Tx
#6 Cameron Henderson So Dallas Tx
#7 Cruz Barrea Fr Dallas Tx
#8 Zak Ebarb Fr Atlanta Tx
#9 Anthony Katlin Fr Denton Tx
#10 Adriel Davila Fr Dallas Tx
#12 Cameron Maddox Fr Ferris Tx
#16 JT Berry So Mansfield Tx
#17 Noah Hoth Fr Dallas Tx
#18 Gabe Benza Jr Lewisville Tx
#19 Michael Arnold Fr Sulpher Springs Tx
#20 Josh Lindly So Ft.Worth Tx
#21 Ryan Bartholomew Fr Alvord Tx
#22 Juan Sandoval Fr Dallas Tx

Men's Basketball

Coach Bio

Head Coach: Jordan Strom (1st Season)

Jordan Strom enters his first season as Head Coach of the Dallas Christian College men’s basketball program. He comes to DCC after spending the last 6 years as an assistant coach at Presentation College in Aberdeen, South Dakota and Manhattan Christian College in Manhattan, KS. Coach Strom began his first coaching stint in Manhattan in 2011-12 as the assistant men’s basketball coach. From 2011-14 Coach Strom helped the men’s basketball team go 67-33 winning the Midwest Christian College Conference three times while making 2 trips to the NCCAA II National Tournament including a trip to the Elite 8 in 2013. From 2014-15 Coach Strom was the Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at Presentation College. In his lone season at PC Coach Strom helped the Saints to a 17-9 record including a school best third place finish in the North Star Athletic Association standings. In 2015 Coach Strom returned to his alma mater, MCC, as the Assistant Athletic Director and Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach. From 2015-17 he was part of one of the best two year runs in school history helping MCC to 27-10 record, conference tournament championship, NCCAA II Central Region Championship and a 3rd place finish at the NCCAA II National Tournament in 15-16. In 2016-17 the Thunder went 24-9 winning the conference regular season and tournament championships, the NCCAA II Southwest Region Championship and making a trip to the NCCAA II National Tournament as the #2 overall seed.

“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to be a small part of the incredible things that are going on at DCC. During the interview process my wife and I felt like this is where God was leading us and we are humbled to have the chance to be here,” said Coach Strom.

Coach Strom is a 2011 graduate of Manhattan Christian College earning a B.S. in Educational Ministry and a 2016 graduate of Kansas State University earning a M.S. in Academic Advising. Jordan and his wife Becca reside in the area with their 4 year old daughter, Harper, and their 3 year old son, Pierce.

Assistant Coach: Dominique Reagor (1st Season)

Dominique Reagor enters his first season with the Dallas Christian College basketball program after spending the last two years as the Head Boys Coach at Texas Leadership Charter Academy in San Angelo, Tx. While at TLCA he led the program to their first ever playoff win and regional tournament. In his two years at TLCA he led the program to an overall record of 53-13. Prior to TLCA Coach Reagor spent two years at Angelo State University as a Graduate Assistant Coach in charge of club operations under former head coach Chris Beard, currently the Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Texas Tech, and current Head Coach Cinco Boone. Coach Reagor is a two time graduate of Angelo State holding both his Bachelors of Science and Masters of Science degrees from the institution.

“I’m thrilled to have Coach Reagor join us on staff. He gets back into the college coaching realm after a very successful stint at the prep level and after an equally successful time spent as a grad assistant at one of the top NCAA D2 programs in the country. Coach Reagor will be a key part of the rebuild at DCC and I couldn’t be more excited to have him on board,” commented Coach Strom.

Assistant Coach: Anthony Rush Jr. (1st Season)

Anthony Rush Jr. enters his first season with the Crusaders after spending time in working with youth through basketball in Louisville, Ky. As a player Coach Rush played at Lincoln Christian University where he helped the Red Lions transition from the NCCAA DII to the NAIA and NCCAA DI. Coach Rush will be focused on the individual player development of the Crusaders both on and off the court. He also serves as the Student-Athlete Retention Coordinator on campus.

“I’m blessed to add another guy to the staff that just gets it. He’s been around small college basketball during his time at Lincoln Christian and understands what it takes for our young fella’s to be successful both on the court and off the court. I’m extremely blessed to have two guys on staff that do nothing but make us better,” said Coach Strom.

Date Time Opponent Location Results
10/31/17 7:00 pm Champion Christian College Home W 75-59
11/2/17 7:00 pm Southwestern Assemblies of God University Away L 100-73
11/4/17 6:00 pm University of the Southwest Home W 82-72
11/8/17 7:00 pm Langston University Away L 98-73
11/11/17 7:00 pm University of St.Thomas Away L 102-77
11/13/17 7:00 pm Southwestern Assemblies of God University Home L 77-109
11/16/17 7:00 pm Southwest Adventist University Home W 77-55
12/1/17 7:00 pm Baptist Bible College Away W 98-55
12/2/17 3:00 pm Ozark Christian College * Away W 84-71
12/8/17 7:00 pm #10 Manhattan Christian College * Home W 105-74
12/9/17 2:00 pm Barclay College * Home W 102-90
12/19/17 7:30 pm University of the Southwest Away L 82-93
1/3/18 1:30 pm Manhattan Christian College Cookson Hills College Classic W 97-76
1/4/18 5:00 pm Ozark Christian College Cookson Hills College Classic W 104-71
1/9/18 2:00 pm Central Baptist College Home W 101-99
1/18/18 7:00 pm Southwest Adventist University Away W 95-92
1/20/18 3:00 pm #1 Randall University Home L 86-76
1/25/18 7:00 pm Rhema Bible College Home W 95-90
2/2/18 7:00 pm Baptist Bible College Home (CANCELLED)
2/3/18 2:00 pm Central Christian College of the Bible * Home W 100-81
2/6/18 7:00 pm #RV Arlington Baptist University * Home W 97-85
2/15/18 7:00 pm Rhema Bible College Away W 105-95
2/17/18 3:00 pm #1 Randall University * Away L 86-103
2/22/18 8:00 pm #7 Ozark Christian – NCCAA II SW Region Tournament Joplin Mo W 94-78
2/23/18 8:00 pm #3 Arlington Baptist – NCCAA II SW Region Tournament Joplin Mo L 101-87
3/8/18 5:00 pm #3 Grace Bible College – NCCAA II National Tournament Greenville Sc L 77-91
3/9/18 11:45 am #7 Portland Bible – NCCAA II National Tournament Greenville Sc W 90-80
3/10/18 8:00 am #5 Maranatha Baptist University – NCCAA II National Tournament Greenville Sc W 76-68

* Indicates NCCAA II SW Region contest
% Indicates exhibition contest


Record: 18-9, 5-1




Number Name Year Height Position Hometown
#0 Hunter Bennett Jr 6'1" G Monroe La
#1 Dexter Dean Jr 6'1" G Oklahoma City Ok
#2 Davyon Collins Sr 6'4" G Houston Tx
#3 Jordon Watson Fr 6'2" G Milwaukee Wi
#4 Justin McBride Fr 5'10" G Decatur Tx
#5 Trey Lindsey Sr 6'2" F Corsicana Tx
#10 Marcus Brooks So 6'6" F Williamsburg Va
#11 Keldon Williams Jr 6'5" G Arlington Tx
#12 Josh Laney Fr 6'7" F Seagoville Tx
#13 Garrett Hall So 5'9" G Crandall Tx
#14 James Stephens Fr 6'5" F Seagoville Tx
#20 Dillon Goains Fr 6'0" G Ft.Worth Tx
#23 Lane Murphy Fr 6'4" F Houston Tx
#24 Donavhn' Booker Fr 6'4" F Dallas Tx

Women's Basketball

Coach Bio

Head Coach: Jessica Richter (1st Season)

Jessica Richter enters her first season as Head Coach of the Crusaders. She comes to us after coaching on the west coast for the past 6 years. She has gained valuable experience from her stops at the high school, AAU, NAIA, and NCAA D2 levels.

As a player, she garnered two high school State Championships at the national powerhouse, Oregon City HS. She then began her collegiate career at Syracuse which was part of the Big East. Jessica finished her college hoops by winning an NAIA National Championship with Vanguard University in Southern California. She was awarded the WBCA NAIA National Player of the Year honor.

After graduating in 2008 with a degree in Psychology & Religion, she went on to play professionally in Europe for several seasons. 

Coach Richter had this to say, “I am super excited about coming on board with DCC! I had such a positive experience playing and attending school at a faith based university. It truly helped shape who I am today. I am grateful to be on the coaching side of the game now, giving back to the next generation. I believe coaching provides such a platform to mold and influence the hearts & minds of young people. Looking forward to partnering with all the passionate people at DCC as we use sports to spread light and hope to our community and beyond!”

Date Time Opponent Location Results
10/31/2017 5:00 PM Southwestern Assemblies of God University Away L 76-40
11/4/2017 4:00 PM Paul Quinn College Away L 62-89
11/7/2017 5:00 PM LSU-Shreveport Home L 92-42
11/13/2017 5:00 PM Southwestern Assemblies of God University Home L 88-51
11/15/2017 7:30 PM University of Dallas Away L 70-45
11/16/2017 5:00 PM Southwest Adventist Home W 72-31
11/18/2017 3:00 PM University of St. Thomas Away L 79-61
11/20/2017 12:00 PM University of the Southwest Home W 70-67
12/2/2017 1:00 PM Ozark Christian College * Away W 80-50
12/5/2017 5:30 PM University of Dallas Home W 77-76
12/8/2017 5:00 PM Manhattan Christian College* Home L 72-70
12/9/2017 12:00 PM Barclay College* Home W 71-52
1/3/2018 1:30 PM Manhattan Christian College Cookson Hills College Classic L 50-56
1/4/2018 10:00 AM Ozark Christian College Cookson Hills College Classic W 82-62
1/20/2018 1:00 PM Randall University Home L 77-57
1/30/2018 6:00 PM Centenary College Home L 60-77
2/3/2018 12:00 PM Central Christian College of the Bible * Home L 44-51
2/6/2018 5:00 PM Arlington Baptist University * Home L 57-105
2/17/2018 1:00 PM Randall University * Away L 56-88
2/21/2018 5:00 PM #4 CCCB – NCCAA II Southwest Region Tournament Quarters Joplin Mo W 57-29
2/23/2018 2:00 PM #1 Arlington Baptist – NCCAA II Southwest Region Tournament Joplin Mo L 64-104

* Indicates NCCAA II SW Region Contest  Record: 6-13, 2-4



Number Name Position Height Year Hometown
3 Breanna Cross Guard 5’5 Freshman Dallas,Tx
5 Daizja Jolly Forward 5’7 Freshman Killeen, Tx
10 Nyeia Bias Guard 5’1 Junior Austin,Tx
11 Christionna Hawkins Guard 5’6 Sophomore Austin, Tx
12 Sabreana Hardemon Guard 5’4 Sophomore Hillsboro, TX
15 Laterykah Thomas 5’7 Sophomore Baton Rouge, LA
22 Jasmine Rodriguez Guard 5’5 Sophomore New York, NY
23 Dezeray Wesley Guard 5’9 Sophomore Century, FL
24 Alyssa Lopez Guard 5’5 Junior Phoenix, AZ
30 Netanya Harrison Forward 5’8 Sophomore Omaha, NE
32 Chrystal Ngawuchu Center 6’0 Sophomore Frisco, TX
33 Erionna Brown Forward 5’9 senior Austin, Tx
Manager Aura Arnold Sophomore Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Head Coach Jessica Richter Hamilton, MT
Assistant Coach Sahsha Taylor Milwaukee, WI

Men's Soccer

Coach Bio

Head Coach: Maurice Uyokpeyi (5th Season)
Phone: 214.288.3241

Maurice grew up in Nigeria and started playing soccer at the tender age of four years old. He has played at all levels from Recreational to Professional in Nigeria. He came to the United States in 1984 where he was given the opportunity to finish his degree program at SMU. Maurice and his wife Jeri have two daughters. Jessica graduated six years ago from the U.S. Naval Academy and is now in the dental field in Fresno, California. Mikayla is now a sophomore at the University of Arkansas Little Rock and recently made the Dean’s List. She is on an academic and soccer scholarship. As a member of the Anglican Church, his faith is strong and he ministers through soccer. Honors & Accreditations

  • Won the All Federal Government College games (1983 MVP)
  • USSF NTSSA “D” License, USSF “C” National License

Playing Experience:

  • Western Region National Championship 1977 – 1980
  • All Federal Government College Games 1981 – 1983
  • Played in the Masters World cup (2000 – 2006 ex-professional tournament)
  • Professional Career 1982 – 1984 (Abiola Soccer Club Ogun State Nigeria)
  • NTX League Titans 1988 – 1994
  • NTX League Santos 1994 – currently playing

Coaching Experience: Dallas Christian College

  • Regional Champions 2015
  • Ranked #4 in the Nation NCCAA
  • Voted Coach of the Year 2015
  • Head Men’s Soccer Coach 2012 – Current
  • ACCA Men’s National Champions 2014
  • Southwest Conference 2nd Place 2014
  • NCCAA National Contenders 2013
  • ACCA National Runners Up 2013
  • Southwest Regional Champions 2013
  • Southwest Regional Champions 2012

Parish Episcopal School Dallas

  • Head  JV Boys Coach 2014-2015 – currently coaching
  • Head Coach JV Girls 2010 – currently coaching
  • Assistant Coach Varsity 2010 – currently coaching

Infinity Football Club

  • Director of Coaching
  • Head Coach 01 Girls, 02 Boys, 98 Boys, 95 Boys
Date Time Opponent Location Result
9/1/2017 12:00 pm Carthage College Neutral (Richland CC) L 1-7
9/9/2017 4:00 pm Barclay College * Home W 5-0
9/21/2017 4:00 pm Randall University * Home L 0-1
9/23/2017 3:00 pm University of the Southwest Away L 1-8
9/29/2017 4:00 pm Kansas Christian College * Home L 0-3
9/30/2017 7:00 pm Southwestern Adventist University Away L 3-6
10/10/2017 4:00 pm Southwestern Adventist University Home L 2-3
10/19/2017 4:00 pm Ozark Christian College * Away W 3-2
10/21/2017 1:00 pm Manhattan Christian College * Away W 3-0
10/25/2017 2:00 pm Ecclesia College Home W 1-0 (forfeit)
11/3/2017 4:00 pm #2 Randall University – NCCAA II SW Region Tournament Home W 1-0
11/4/2017 2:00 PM #1 Kansas Christian- NCCAA II SW Region Tournament Home L 0-6
11/9/2017 1:00 pm Randall University – ACCA National Tournament Joplin Mo L 0-6
11/10/2017 1:00 pm Kansas Christian – ACCA National Tournament Joplin Mo L 3-10
* Indicates NCCAA II SW Region contest
% Indicates  Exhibition contest


















Record: 5-9, 3-2



Number Name Year Position Hometown
0 Ryuta King Fr M Detroit Mi
1 Daniel Espitia Fr M Dallas Tx
2 Reed Barron So D Dallas Tx
3 Justine Curtis Fr LW Dallas Tx
4 Nathan Araizo Fr RW Irving Tx
5 Justin McBride Fr F Decatur Tx
7 Cole Pack So F Dallas Tx
8 Riley Mills Sr M Dallas Tx
9 Rudy Olenga Jr M Irving Tx
10 Juan Morales So CB Brownsville Tx
11 Eric Cujunco Fr D Dallas Tx
12 Dago Fuentes Fr F Dallas Tx
13 Misael Ramirez Fr GK Farmers Branch Tx
14 Pablo Miranda So F Irving Tx
15 Jeremy Flores Jr M Shreveport La
23 Anthony Rosales So FB Arlington Tx
32 Arturo Sanchez Fr M Dallas Tx

Women's Soccer

Coach Bio

Head Coach: Patrick Shamu (1st season)
Phone: 972.896.3687

The Lady Crusaders soccer team has a new Head Coach. Local high school and club coach Patrick Shamu, of the DFW area, has accepted the position with DCC athletics and is on the recruiting trail looking for new prospects.

Coach Shamu comes to Dallas Christian College after a successful playing career that saw stops with Paris Saint Germain, the Dallas Sidekicks, Dallas Burns, New England Revolution, Columbus Crew and the Tampa Bay Mutiny. His most successful stint was with the Dallas Sidekicks of the Major Arena Soccer League where he played for 11 seasons becoming one of the franchise’s all-time statistical leaders. Following his indoor career he spent several seasons bouncing around the MLS.

During his time, spent growing up with Paris Saint Germain Academy and first team his faith became a vital part of who he is. PSG introduced him to God and provided a church based education for him and his teammates. As he grew he continued to grow in his faith and it became very important to him on a personal level.

Coach Shamu commented, “My family left for the United States at a very young age and the Academy provided me with the Church and a foundation for my faith. As I grew so did my faith and now that I have kids it’s something that we’ve passed on to them and made a priority.”

It was during his playing career that Coach Shamu discovered his love for coaching and began coaching with the FC Dallas Academy in 1995. From 1995-2004 he was able to grow as a coach and develop a reputation for helping young players develop. Coach Shamu left FC Dallas Academy in 2004, began working with the Dallas Texans Club in 2005, and took his first High School job at Trinity Christian Academy that same year. Trinity Christian Academy has won one State Championship under Coach Shamu.

“I was interested in the job at Dallas Christian College because it provided a challenge and allowed me to move into the college game. I enjoy seeing my athletes grow in soccer, but also in life as people,” said Coach Shamu

Athletic Director Jordan Strom had this to say, “I’m incredibly excited to add a coach of Patrick’s quality to our coaching staff. He is very well connected in the DFW soccer scene and has done some incredible things at the Club and High School level. The natural next progression for a coach is to see if you can do it at the collegiate level and I believe that he can. Not only are we getting an incredible soccer coach, but a man that will push his student-athletes to grow in their faith and as people. I couldn’t be more proud to have Patrick on board at Dallas Christian College!”

TBA – Fall 2018
TBA – Fall 2018


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Coach Bio

Head Coach: Tyese Little (7th Season)
Phone: 979.824.2496

Coach Little is from West Columbia, TX. She attended Dallas Christian College, where she graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Bible and secondary education. At DCC, she played volleyball, basketball, and soccer. She was volleyball captain from 2006-8, basketball captain in 2009, soccer captain in 2008-9, and received the Christian Character award in all three sports. Coach Little was a three-time All-Region and All-Conference selection in volleyball and helped lead the team to its first NCCAA conference championship.

When she wasn’t on the court or field, she was involved in other DCC service including resident assistant, urban team, and camp team. She also received the Servant of the Year award in 2008.

Coach Little coached volleyball and basketball at The Covenant School in Dallas for three years. She also coached for the Hurricanes Basketball league in 2010-11. She is IMPACT certified and Gold Medal Squared trained. She was also selected 2013 and 2015 NCCAA Southwest Region Volleyball Coach of the Year.

She is married to Jon Little (also DCC alum). They have two daughters, Adalyn and Amelya, and a son, Malachi.

Coach Little accepted Jesus as her Savior in the summer of 2004, but it wasn’t until 2007 that He became LORD of her life. Since then, He has truly blessed her more than she could have asked for or imagined. She has a heart for mentoring young women and a passion for volleyball. Coach Little is proud to be working with her Alma Mater.

Assistant Coach: Whitney Wallace (1st Season)

Coach Whitney Wallace is from Flower Mound, TX. She attended Dallas Christian College, where she graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. At DCC, she played volleyball, basketball, and soccer. She was awarded most valuable player in Soccer and Most Improved and Best Spirit awards in Basketball. When she wasn’t on the court or field, she was involved in other DCC services and activities including Choir, Musical theatre, and urban team. 

During and after her time in college, Coach Wallace coached basketball for the Hurricanes Basketball Organization as well as Christ the King School. She is married to Roderick Wallace in 2013 who graduated with her in 2012. No children yet but they have two awesome dogs. During the day she works as an Senior Executive Search Consultant with Lucas Group. She is very passionate about working with people and has been doing so since graduation.

Coach Wallace was raised in the church and accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior in 1998. Her parents (Dusty & Kathy Rubeck) were the spiritual leaders for her and her brother growing up. She is very involved with Covenant Church in Carrolton and is extremely excited to be back at DCC working with the Woman’s Volleyball Team.

Date Time Opponent Location Results
8/28/17 5:00 pm Mountain View College Home L 0-3 (9-25 21-25 22-25)
9/1/17 2:00 pm Tennessee Wesleyan – Bob Jones Tournament Greenville Sc L 0-3 (7-25 13-25 11-25)
9/1/17 6:00 pm Bob Jones University – Bob Jones Tournament Greenville Sc L 0-3 (15-25 13-25 16-25)
9/2/17 12:00 pm Brewton Parker College – Bob Jones Tournament Greenville Sc L 0-3 (11-25 16-25 8-25)
9/2/17 2:00 pm Hiwassee College – Bob Jones Tournament Greenville Sc W 3-0 (25-16 25-14 25-22)
9/6/17 5:00 pm Mountain View College Away W 3-2 (15-25 25-21 25-18 13-25 15-13)
9/8/17 4:00 pm Barclay College * Arlington Tx W 3-1 (28-26 25-19 20-25 25-23)
9/9/17 11:00 am Baptist Bible College Home W 3-0 (25-14 25-18 25-17)
9/11/17 7:00 pm Eastfield College Away L 0-3 (12-25 9-25 11-15)
9/15/17 7:00 pm Ozark Christian College * Away W 3-0 (25-22 25-17 25-19)
9/16/17 12:00 pm Oak Hills Christian College Neutral W 3-0 (25-20 25-18 25-15)
9/16/17 2:00 pm Calvary University Away W 3-1 (25-17 25-23 20-25 25-21)
9/20/17 6:00 pm Texas College Away W 3-0 (25-17 25-8 25-21)
9/23/17 2:00 pm Vernon College – Clarendon College Tournament Away L 0-3 (9-25 19-25 13-25)
9/23/17 4:00 pm Clarendon College – Clarendon College Tournament Away L 0-3 (12-25 15-25 14-25)
9/26/17 6:30 pm Arlington Baptist College * Home L 0-3 (13-25 16-25 18-25)
9/30/17 12:00 pm North Lake College Home L 2-3 (22-25 15-25 25-18 25-20 10-15)
10/4/17 6:00 pm Richland College Away L 0-3 (25-27 13-25 16-25)
10/6/17 4:45 pm Independence CC Neutral  L 0-3 (23-25 22-25 17-25)
10/7/17 1:00 pm Randall University * Home L 0-3 (12-25 15-25 10-25)
10/12/17 5:00 pm Arlington Baptist College * Away L 0-3 (8-25 19-25 10-25)
10/14/17 12:00 pm Eastfield College Home L 0-3 (14-25 12-25 20-25)
10/17/17 7:00 pm University of Dallas Away L 1-3 (16-25 11-25 25-20 18-25)
10/21/17 2:00 pm Manhattan Christian College * Moore Ok L 1-3 (11-25 12-25 25-23 33-35)
10/25/17 6:00 pm Texas College Home W 3-1 (25-21 25-16 19-25 25-21)
10/28/17 12:00 PM McMurry Tri-match Abilene Tx L 0-3 (13-25 10-25 5-25)
10/28/17 3:00 PM McMurray Tri-match Abilene Tx   L 0-3 (15-25 22-25 19-25)
10/30/17 7:00 pm Southwest Adventist University Away W 3-2 (22-25 25-14 22-25 25-22 15-13)
11/2/17 TBA #5 Barclay College – NCCAA II SW Region Tournament Manhattan Ks L 1-3 (24-26 14-25 25-20 21-25)
11/9/17 2:00 pm Baptist Bible College – ACCA National Tournament Joplin Mo W 3-0 (25-20 25-11 25-13)
11/9/17 6:00 pm Faith Baptist – ACCA National Tournament Joplin Mo L 2-3 (25-23 25-20 20-25 22-25 14-16)
11/10/17 12:00 pm Ozark Christian – ACCA National Tournament Joplin Mo W 3-0 (25-20 25-15 25-17)
11/10/17 2:00 pm Arlington Baptist – ACCA National Tournament Joplin Mo L 0-3 (14-25 18-25 23-25)
11/11/17 2:00 pm Faith Baptist – ACCA National Tournament Joplin Mo L 2-3 (25-18 20-25 19-25 25-23 13-15)
* Indicates NCCAA II SW Region contest Record: 12-22, 2-6


No. Player Class Position Hometown
#1 Maria Travers Fr Libero Philippines
#2 Kelsie Richmond Fr Setter/DS Eustace Tx
#4 Summer Doty Fr MH Mesquite Tx
#5 Cecillia Delarosa So OH Irving Tx
#6 Alejandra Reyes So Setter/DS Irving Tx
#8 Kianna Hamilton Fr MH Gladewater Tx
#12 Naomi Baloney So OH Mesquite Tx
#22 Kimberly Collins So RH San Antonio Tx

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