2018-19 Crusaders Basketball News

  • Crusaders Fall to DII Belmont Abbey
    January 17, 2019
    The Christendom Crusaders traveled to Charlotte, North Carolina, to take on NCAA DII Belmont Abbey College for the first time in college hoops history. While the Crusaders ultimately fell to Abbey 105-41, the game marked an important moment of union between the two Catholic schools, and hopefully the first of many meetings in the future.
  • Crusaders Fall to Ave Maria in Home Opener
    November 20, 2018
    Christendom’s deafening fanbase powered the Crusaders basketball team to a strong second half, but that was not enough to give the Crusaders a victory in their home opener, ultimately
  • New Sports Physicians Ready to Assist College Athletes
    November 16, 2018
    Sports seasons can be a grind, as athletes give their all to try and help their teams succeed day in and day out. At Christendom, the athletic department is seeking to make these seasons as easy as possible on students’ bodies, resulting in a new partnership with Performance Sport and Spine — a team of sports physicians committed to helping Christendom athletes avoid injuries as much as possible, making them that much more of a force on the field, the court, and in the classroom.
  • 6'8" Player of the Year Comes to Christendom
    August 25, 2018
    Christendom freshman Owen Kennedy, at 6-foot-8, towers over most people on campus. His height, athletic talent, drive, and character power him to success both on and off the basketball court – facts that led him to earning the college’s Thomas S. Vander Woude Athletic Scholarship to attend Christendom this year.