2018 Crusader Cross Country News

  • Christendom College Awarded USCAA President's Cup
    June 05, 2019
    Christendom College earned the USCAA’s 2019 President’s Cup for Academics this past weekend, as announced by the collegiate sports organization. The award, which is given to the school with the most Academic All-Americans and whose athletes have the best GPA, is Christendom’s first and a testament to the college’s strength in balancing sports success with academic excellence.
  • Senior Athletes Leave Behind Legacy of Athletic, Academic Success
    April 27, 2019
    From Christendom’s volleyball team reaching its first National Championship to the rugby team earning trips to two separate National Championships, the 2018-19 academic year was full of defining moments for Christendom Athletics. At the center of these moments were 37 senior student-athletes who earned numerous honors during their four years, leaving behind a legacy of sportsmanship and perseverance that the college will remember for years to come.
  • 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.
  • Christendom Athletes Named Top Players by USCAA, CCRC
    November 10, 2018
    Christendom's student-athletes were awarded top honors by the USCAA at their annual awards banquet on November 8, with two athletes awarded the organization's prestigious Student-Athlete of the Year awards, while numerous others named to the organization's All-American teams. In addition, the Cardinals Collegiate Rugby Conference named six Crusaders to their All-Conference teams, making this fall one of the most awards-decorated in school history.
  • Your Donations Help!
    November 06, 2018
    HEADED TO NATIONALS!!! Congratulations to all of our Fall Sports Teams on their success this season.   A special congratulations to our Volleyball team and our Women’s and Men’s Cross Country team for getting invited to the USCAA National Tournament in Virginia Beach
  • Week Recap: Volleyball Sweeps Tournament, Rugby Defeats VCU
    October 02, 2018
    The USCAA #3 ranked Lady Crusader volleyball team added another accomplishment to its sterling season this weekend: a 1st place finish at the CCBC Essex Volleyball tournament, bringing home another trophy for Christendom athletics. Elsewhere, the Crusader rugby team picked up its second win of the season with a 24-5 win over Virginia Commonwealth University. The Lady Crusader soccer team shutout Trinity University 9-0, and the Crusader Cross-Country team placed 3rd at the Frostburg State Invitational.
  • Nkere Bringing Speed to Cross Country Program
    September 28, 2018
    Aganze Nkere is fast. As in, fastest time ever run by a Christendom athlete fast. Nkere is a freshman at Christendom, and is already making a statement on the college’s cross-country team. Before arriving, however, Nkere garnered interest from other colleges, but turned them down to come to Christendom. He believes that, by attending Christendom, he will gain the knowledge needed to change the world.
  • Crusaders Work Hard, Score Wins Over Labor Day Weekend
    September 05, 2018
    The Crusader athletic teams are back in season, with each of Christendom’s fall sports competing over Labor Day weekend. Both men’s and women’s soccer teams emerged victorious from their opening games, while volleyball competed in the USCAA Tip-Off Invitational and cross-country made a strong showing at the Bridgewater Invitational.
  • Crusaders Cross-Country Kicks Off At Bridgewater
    August 31, 2018
    Christendom's Cross Country Teams competed in their first meet on Saturday, travelling to Bridgewater College. The men and women of Christendom put in some good numbers, finishing 7th and 5th respectively in the team results.