Highlighting the four 2014 USCAA Basketball National Championship winners.
Men’s Division I-
#4 Washington Adventist University 61 – #6 Tennessee Temple University 38
For the first time in school history, the Washington Adventist Shock has won the USCAA Men’s Basketball Division I National Championship. In one of the lowest scoring Men’s Division I finals in recent memory, the Shock got just enough from Tournament MVP Anthony Berry and All-Tournament team member Tyrus Fleetwood to knock off the #6 Tennessee Temple Crusaders…..Read More
Men’s Division II-
#6 Andrews University 73 – #8 Penn State Beaver 59
The Andrews University Cardinals defeated #8 Penn State Beaver to claim their third USCAA National Basketball Championship in the last four years. Led by Tyler Wooldridge, who was awarded his second Men’s Division II Tournament MVP award in three years, Andrews dominated the game from the opening tip and gave its three decorated seniors, Wooldridge, Matthew Little, and Junior Orelus, a final game victory…..
Women’s Division I-
#3 Robert Morris University-Springfield 60 – #8 Concordia College Alabama 69
For the second time in three years, the Concordia College Alabama Lady Hornets are the USCAA Women’s Division I National Champions. The Lady Hornets rode another strong performance from Tournament MVP Tykeria Johnson to a 69-60 victory over #3 Robert Morris University-Springfield…..Read More
Women’s Division II-
#1 Central Maine Community College 51 – #2 University of Cincinnati-Clermont 69
The University of Cincinnati-Clermont Cougars defeated the number one overall seed, Central Maine Community College, 69-51, to win the second-ever USCAA Women’s Division II National Championship. Down at halftime, the Cougars used a strong second half team effort to take control of the game and secure their first USCAA women’s basketball National Championship……Read More