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KCU falls to five field goals, 15-14
To Campbellsville's Casey Clarke, kicking a football is no harder than booting a soccer ball.
Knights suffer setback at Georgetown
Kentucky Christian University (2-2) had the tough task of taking on perennial NAIA powerhouse #3 Georgetown College (4-0) on their homecoming and weren’t able to come away with the win, losing 27-6.
Lady Knights host youth basketball camp
Last Tuesday morning officially kicked off the annual KCU Lady Knights basketball camp.
Ran by Head Coach Ron Arnett, along with several current KCU players, campers gained invaluable experience from a group of experienced winners.
KCU Football to play on new field
Legendary rock quartet Queen’s “I Want to Break Free” is about breaking free from the chains that bind you.
Well, KCU football no longer has to “want” to break free from not having a “true” home field, because soon enough it will have a field of its own to lay claim to.
KCU men’s hoops picks up new recruit
The KCU men’s basketball program has signed a new player to the 2012-13 squad. Knights Head Coach Ron Reed and his staff traveled to Betsy Layne High School so that Andrew Roberts could put the pen to paper and wear KCU red and black this fall.
KCU football hosts spring game
There was no winner or loser in Saturday’s mud matchup on the campus of KCU; just brothers on the field, battling for preseason bragging rights.
KCU's Dailey receives another honor
Another successful season of Knights football led to one of its best honored for his tremendous play. KCU senior wide receiver, Beau Dailey, was recently named a member of the All-Commonwealth Team for the 2011 football season. Dailey was a staple in the Knights offense, as he became the go to receiver for quarterback Graham Johnston.
KCU volleyball pulls in another recruit
The Lady Knights volleyball program picked up another future player for its squad last Tuesday. Head volleyball coach Bruce Dixon took the drive to Liberty to sign Leann King, a 5’9” front row hitter for Casey County High School.
Honors across the board for KCU Lady Knights
A 29-win season capped off with a sixth-straight NCCAA Division II Title made for another successful year of KCU Lady Knights’ hoops. In recognition of KCU’s success, a number of Lady Knights were honored for their exceptional play on the floor and work in the classroom.
Lady Knights crowned queens of the NCCAA
Queens for a day … make that six years. The word championship and the Kentucky Christian University women’s basketball team once again went hand-in-hand, as the Lady Knights defeated Maranatha last Saturday in the NCCAA Division II Women’s National Championship, 61-41.
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