Association of Christian College Athletics
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Association of Christian College Athletics
Association of Christian College Athletics
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Abbreviation ACCA
Formation 1983
Headquarters Joplin, Missouri
Chairman
Chris Lahm
Vice Chairman
Dan Hovestol
Website http://www.accasports.org
Formerly called
National Bible College Athletic Association

The Association of Christian College Athletics (ACCA) is an organization of collegiate athletics. It was incorporated to provide an opportunity for smaller Christian college members to compete on an equal level of competition with schools of like size.

History

The ACCA was established in 1983 as the National Bible College Athletic Association (NBCAA) to provide a national organization to hold championships, name All-Americans, scholar athletes and promote member colleges. The name was changed to the Association of Christian College Athletics (ACCA) in June 2004. A commissioner was hired and a plan for membership growth was established.

The aim of the ACCA is to promote the education and development of students through intercollegiate athletic participation.

Sports

Sanctioned sports
Sport Men's Women's
Soccer Green tickY
Volleyball Green tickY
Basketball Green tickY Green tickY

Member schools

Championships

Fall sports

Winter sports

Women's basketball

Men's basketball

References

  1. ^ "Randall University Athletics". www.hc.edu. Retrieved . 
  2. ^ "Men and Womens Basketball National Champions!". Arlington Baptist Patriots. 9 March 2015. 
  3. ^ "Mike Updike". www.facebook.com. Retrieved . 
  4. ^ "Patriots Make History Win 1st ACCA National Championship". Arlington Baptist Patriots. 8 March 2014. 
  5. ^ "Men Outrun by Arlington in National Championship". Faith Eagles Athletics. 8 March 2015. 

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