NCCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES – DIVISION TWO IS DONE, DIVISION ONE IS JUST BEGINNING

 The National Christian College Athletic Association Division 2 World Series is over and the Toccoa Falls College Eagles are the champions! They put away the Clearwater Christian College Cougars by a score of 3-0 to take the title. For those unfamiliar with how the college baseball divisions do their World Series there are several teams (the number varies from division to division) and they compete in a double-elimination tournament to win the championship. The other teams participating in this year’s NCCAA World Series were: the Atlanta Christian College Chargers (who are adding football soon!), the Manhattan Christian College Crusaders, Philadelphia Biblical University Crimson Eagles, Ohio Christian University Trailblazers (a team who made my 20 Coolest Named NCCAA and USCAA Teams list in November), Dallas Christian College Crusaders and the North Central University Rams.  The NCCAA’s Division 1 World Series is just starting today. Here are the results from both sites:

PRASCO PARK – Olivet Nazarene Tigers over the Cedarville Yellow Jackets  7-2 … Oklahoma Wesleyan Eagles over the Southeastern Fire  5-1 … Olivet Nazarene over Oklahoma Wesleyan  2-1 … Malone Pioneers play the Cedarville Yellow Jackets in the night game

LEGACY FIELD – King’s College Tornado over the Master’s Mustangs  4-3 … King’s College over the Judson Eagles  8-3 … North Greenville Crusaders over the Mt Vernon Nazarene Cougars  7-1 … Judson plays Masters in the night game  

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6 responses to “NCCAA COLLEGE WORLD SERIES – DIVISION TWO IS DONE, DIVISION ONE IS JUST BEGINNING

  1. Johnny the conqueror

    I don’t know where u find these teams and divisions u cover!!!! It’s like a sports subculture that most people just aren’t hip to.

  2. The Philadelphia Biblical University Crimson Eagles are my favorite!

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