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Archive for November, 2013

Lady Crusader Basketball Rising Up!

A TALE OF TWO GAMES            Friday night’s “Welcome to the Dungeon” was a big hit as everyone wore black and cheered really loud.  The Barclay Bears entered Friday’s game with confidence as they were coming off a 65-37 win over Faith Baptist out of Iowa. The Crusaders entered their first Conference game a little […]

Lady Crusader Basketball Kicks Off Their Season

Tuesday night the Lady Lions of SAGU (NAIA DI) played your Lady Crusaders. The Crusaders came out strong and took the early lead 6-0. The game was back and forth for the first fifteen minutes of the half. The Lady Lions went on a 16 to 2 run and were up by 17 at the half. […]

Crusaders Fall to Patriots 74-93

Dallas, TX – Coach Charles H. Williams’ Crusaders dropped their 4th straight , losing to Dallas Baptist, 74-93.   The final result undermines a gallant effort by the Crusaders to pull off a huge upset win.  A big Patriot 3 pointer ended a strong charge by the visitors from DCC to close the gap with 6 minutes […]

Crusaders drops second game to Lions

11/5/13  Waxahachie, TX – The DCC Crusaders dropped a 62-95 contest to the #5 ranked Lions of Southwest Assemblies of God University.  The Crusaders’ 32%  shooting from the field along with  51%  free throw shooting, got them in too deep of a hole to climb out of again.  Joshua Harris led the Crusaders with 12 […]

MEN’S SOCCER 2013 NCCAA DII SW REGION CHAMPIONS!

Crusaders Going to Nationals! Your Crusaders won the NCCAA Southwest Region with a 4-2 victory over #1 seed Barlay College on Saturday. They qualified for the Final with a 2-1 victory on Friday over #2 seed Ozark Christian College. In the semi against Ozark, Sam Stewart scored first off a perfectly placed ball from Chiva […]

Crusaders Fall in Season Opener

Coach Charles H. Williams’ Crusader Men’s basketball team started off the 2013-2014  season on the road, losing to the Mountain View College Lions, 69-97. The visitors, from Dallas Christian, started off by digging themselves into a deep hole, falling behind by 16 points.  They almost climbed out of that hole by halftime, pulling to within […]