Volleyball Team Wins 16th Regional Championship
(11/3/2008) The CCC Volleyball Team traveled to Georgia over the weekend to compete for their 16th NCCAA South Region Championship.
Volleyball Student Athlete of the Week: Alyssa Hallice
(10/28/2008) The NCCAA has named Clearwater junior Alyssa Hallice as the Student-Athlete of the Week for NCCAA II Volleyball for the week of October 20-26.
Men's Basketball: Season Preview
(10/28/2008) Entering his second season as the head coach for the men’s basketball team at CCC, James Whitaker has very high expectations for the team. “With 9 returners and several talented newcomers, we should be very competitive with all the teams on our schedule.”
Women’s Basketball: Season Preview
(10/20/2008) The Clearwater Christian College women’s basketball team will kick off their season with an exhibition match against the Alumni team on November 8.
Volleyball Team Places First at Northwood Tournament
(10/5/2008) The Lady Cougars of Clearwater Christian College traveled south to participate in Northwood University's Invitational Tournament Friday, October 3 and Saturday, October 4.
Volleyball Team Places Third at Pasco Hernando Tournament
(9/22/2008) The Lady Cougars participated in a very competitive tournament this past weekend held at Pasco Hernando Community College against some strong NJCAA volleyball programs.
Volleyball Student Athlete of the Week: Emma Kile
(9/1/2008) The NCCAA has named Clearwater freshman Emma Kile as the NCCAA II Volleyball Student Athlete of the Week for August 25-31.
Playing soccer in college is such a gift that God has given me. I love playing soccer. Even before Christ saved me, soccer was my
escape when things were rough in my life. It was everything to me. But now that God has so gloriously captivated my life, He's letting
me use my love for soccer to help me love Him more. I always think ahead to the future, and I just know that some of my best college
memories will be from playing. God has also taught me so much through playing. Probably the biggest thing being, to just step back and
realize that every game could be of eternal significance, if I would just play it that way. To play for Him. Lessons, life long
friendships, and good times.