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Written by Chris Due

Four member of the Lubbock Christian University baseball team were recognized as All-South Central Region selections by the Conference Commissioners Association of Division II (D2CCA), as Ricky Contreras (pitcher) and Ryan Rogers (designated hitter)...

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Written by Roy Worley

Lubbock Christian University Lady Chaparral Katera Eltsosie was honored for her outstanding play on the softball diamond, as members of the Division II Conference Commissioner's Association (D2CCA) All-South Central Region teams were announced...

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Written by Chris Due

Four member of the Lubbock Christian University baseball team were recognized as All-South Central Region selections by the National Collegiate Baseball Writer's Association (NCBWA) Wednesday, as Ricky Contreras (pitcher) and Brandon Rix (third base)...

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Written by Roy Worley

Lubbock Christian University took two games from Heartland Conference Tournament host No. 19 St. Mary's Saturday at Rattlers' Softball Park to be crowned the 2017 Heartland Conference Tournament Champions and secure their spot in the NCAA Div. II...

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Written by Shannon Sudduth

In celebration of National Arbor Day, Lubbock Christian University students, faculty, and staff planted sixty trees across the campus of LCU.

This year, LCU planted sixty trees in the campus mall to celebrate the university’s 60th Anniversary and to...

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Written by Bobby Hooten & Shannon Sudduth

Lubbock Christian University will host spring commencement ceremonies Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6, where more than 262 undergraduate and graduate students will receive their diplomas. Marcylle Combs will speak at the undergraduate commencement,...

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Written by Shannon Sudduth

Lubbock Christian University hosted a Women in Leadership conference on April 25 featuring four prestigious speakers:

  • Holly Duncan, CEO of Parkridge Pregnancy Clinic and national consultant and author for Focus on the Family, publisher of her book...
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Written by Renee Rhodes

 On Sunday, April 23, students and faculty gathered in the Baker Conference Center for an awards banquet honoring students who have shown exceptional work-ethic in academics, a servant's heart outside of the classroom, and leadership representing the...

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Written by Jenny Johnston with USA Basketball & Chris Due

USA Basketball announced their head coach and coaching staff for the 2017 USA Basketball Women's U16 National Team, naming Lubbock Christian University women's basketball head coach Steve Gomez as assistant coach.

Carla Berube (Tufts University) was...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

The choirs from Lubbock Christian University and Wayland Baptist University came together to host the 5th Combined Choir Concert, accompanied by members of the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra.

The first performance took place at LCU on Friday, April 7,...

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LCU and the South Plains Food Bank have teamed up to strike out hunger and provide a family fun game day.

Strike Out Hunger takes place on April 22 at 11:30 a.m. and is sponsored by Lubbock Christian University, Powerhouse Nutrition, Texas Tech...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

LCU ENACTUS focuses on entrepreneurship and sustainability in their local community as well as globally, and one of the most striking examples is through Chap Tank, an annual event that promotes young entrepreneurs to local business leaders.

The...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

Though Lubbock Christian University has many groups, social clubs, and organizations on campus, LCU is a family that works together to transform lives and actively serve.

Students pick up roadside trash for CollideEvery spring, members of the staff, faculty, and the student body unite to...

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The LCU Scholars Colloquium annually serves as a forum for undergraduate research and scholarly presentations by LCU students.

This year, guest presenters Crystal Silva-McCormick and Dr. Matt Joyner delivered keynote addresses at Lubbock Christian...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

Brad Rogers, professor of business and former student at Lubbock Christian University, will begin his career with the National Football League this fall as a part of their officiating crew. Rogers, who began officiating in 1991, started off calling...

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