October 8, 2015
For Immediate Release Contact: Kelly Wood, NCCAA Director of Community Relations ([email protected])
Greenville, S.C. - The NCCAA Golf Selection Committee is pleased to announce the nine Women's teams and the twelve men's teams, along with the individual competitors for each event, who will compete in the 2015 NCCAA Golf Championship banners. This will be the 20th Men's Championship and the 2nd Women's Championship. Dallas Baptist University Men and Shorter University Women won the titles in 2014.
The events will begin on Sunday, October 18 with practice rounds and the Tee-Off Banquet sponsored by the Panama City CVB & Sports Commission. Competition begins on Monday, October 19, with the 54-hole events concluding on Wednesday, October 21. This will be the eighth consecutive year that the NCCAA events have been conducted at The Hombre Golf Club and the tenth since 2004.
Once again, the NCCAA will partner with the Panama City Men's Rescue Mission & Bethel Village for Women to provide a Christian Service Project. Mission residents will be invited to attend the Tee-Off banquet and sit with a team that will become their adopted favorite for the week. Each resident will receive a gift bag from the school including school apparel and various items requested by the mission, such as toiletries, devotional books, and snacks. Residents will be invited to come support their teams on the final round of each team's competition. The NCCAA will also provide a cash gift to the missions to help support their ongoing ministries.
The participants for the 2015 NCCAA National Golf Championships are:
Men's Championship Teams
Belhaven University (MS)
Bob Jones University (SC)
Campbellsville University (KY)
Cedarville University (OH)
Central Baptist College (AR)
Colorado Christian University (CO)
Dallas Baptist University (TX)
Emmanuel College (GA)
Oklahoma Baptist University (OK)
Roberts Wesleyan College (NY)
Southwestern Christian University (OK)
Trinity Christian College (IL)
Coaches, athletic staff, and fans can access National Championship information through the following links for Men's Golf. Please note, that the championship pages on each sport website have information on team housing that must be booked through the NCCAA National Office. Further information will be forthcoming on Friday to all participating teams and coaches of individual entries. Ample space has been held for all participants and their fans with fan housing being booked through the resort.
Headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina, the NCCAA strives to promote the gospel of Jesus Christ through its 25 National Championships. For more information on the NCCAA, contact the NCCAA National Office at (864) 250-1199 or visit www.thenccaa.org.