After a last-minute site change, Kentucky Christian University made the trip to Florida to take on the Royals of Warner University at Lakeland Christian High School.
The VolleyKnights were on the road at Indiana University East for the Red Wolves Invitational. KCU started play with a close loss to the St. Louis College of Pharmacy.
Lindsey Wilson, Reinhardt (Georgia) and Southeastern (Florida) are the favorites to capture their divisions in 2018 according to the Mid-South Conference Football Preseason Coaches' Polls, MSC officials announced on Thursday.
Following a heart-breaking 87-88 loss to Grace Bible College in the Mideast Region semi-finals, Kentucky Christian had to play the waiting game as their only avenue to the national tournament would be through one of the available at-large bids. For the second straight year, KCU received one …
The Kentucky Christian University volleyball program will experience something it hasn't seen in 27 years as there will be a new face on the bench … well, kinda.
Knights Soccer finished last season with their best record in 20+ years (14-7) and yet another appearance in the NCCAA II National Tournament but their excitement remains very high as they get ready to enter the 2018 season.
The Lady Knights soccer program made good progress under the leadership of first-year coach Devin Johnson but if you discuss the topic with him, he is quick to point out that his expectations were not close to being met.
The Kentucky Christian University football schedule has been released and the Knights will find it tough sledding in the ultra-competitive Bluegrass Division of the Mid-South Conference during the 2018 season.
Lisa Conn, despite a hectic schedule balancing her duties as interim dean of education and head women’s basketball coach at Kentucky Christian University, is excited to start her second year as the head coach of the Lady Knights.
“This was an amazing year for KCU archery. This first year of competition in the Mid-South Conference was a great beginning and seems to be laying the groundwork for archery to be recognized in other conferences within the NAIA. Our program may be small in numbers, but we were honored in man…
Coming off a win over UPike in the second game of their Sunday doubleheader split, KCU looked to use that momentum against Ohio Christian University on Tuesday and into the weekend’s upcoming Mid-South Conference tournament.
The Kentucky Christian University Men’s and Women’s archery teams took to the range in Williamsburg for the United States Collegiate Archery - Outdoor South Region Tournament, where KCU took their first steps toward the USCAA National tournament.
The Lady Knights softball team hosted the Phoenix from Cumberland University in a Mid-South Conference weekend series. After taking game one of the four games, KCU was unable to grab another win during the home-stand.
After several rain-outs and moving the game to Knights Field, the Eagles of Alice Lloyd College and KCU finally got to play a baseball game. When the nine innings were in the books, Kentucky Christian had posted their first home win of the season by a 13-5 margin.
Although the games were tight, the end result was the same as the Kentucky Christian dropped the first of two doubleheaders to the Top-5 Tigers of Campbellsville University, 1-6 and 0-3.
The Lady Knights took home their first team championship as the Kentucky Christian University Women's Golf team competed in the Johnson University Spring Invitational at Sevierville Golf Club in Sevierville, Tennessee.
Kentucky Christian arrived seeking a sweep of last Tuesday’s games but will have to settle with a split on the road as the Lady Knights won the afternoon’s first game but couldn’t capture the nightcap.
Kentucky Christian has traveled south over spring break and last Tuesday's stop was the campus of King University. The Knights played the Tornado tough but were unable to come away with a victory.
This past Saturday, the second half of the four-game series with the University of the Cumberlands had to be postponed due to an early-spring snow storm.
Kentucky Christian played host to the No. 25 Phoenix of Cumberland University (Tennessee) and while the cold weather conditions kept things interesting, it was the pitching staffs that warmed up the play.
Kentucky Christian journeyed south to Georgia Gwinnett College for a four game series with the Grizzlies. GGC entered the weekend series with an 18-1 record and the overall #1 ranking in the NAIA.
UNOH got things moving in the second inning with Carson Baymiller singling in their one and only run on a 2-2 count. The Lady Knights knotted the game up at one in the bottom half of the second inning as Aubery Brunst's wild pitch moved Brianna Crooks to third. She then scored on a fielders‘…
While the Kentucky Christian Knights placed four players in double figures for this elimination game, it was not enough to finish the season on a winning note as KCU lost to the Sabercats 85-78.
In a rematch of last year’s championship game, the Lady Knights took on the Patriots of Arlington Baptist University in the NCCAA II Women’s National Championship game.
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