January 22 – We take a look at some of the best moments LCU athletics throughout the years beginning January 22. Pictured is Kenny Hewitt, who became the LCU's all-time leading scorer in hardwood in 2011 on this date.
- With a 55-44 lead with just 5:56 left in a 1974 meeting with the College of Santa Fe, the Knights quickly closed the gap to 55-53 with 4:43 on the clock. Rocky Watters hit both ends of a 1 and 1 to secure a 66-63 victory.
- The Chaps snapped a six-game losing streak with a 79-66 win over Texas Wesleyan in 1987. Curry Blackwell had 24 points in the win, including 16 in the first half alone.
- In 1998, Lubbock Christian defeated No. 2 Phillips University 95-85 at LCU Fieldhouse. Jermaine Gilbreath scored 22 points, doing most of his damage at the free throw line, where he hit 14 of 16. James Omondi added on 20 and Chad Elliot scored 17.
- Though it came on a losing effort (80-76 to Oklahoma Christian), Chaparral Kenny Hewitt produced 15 points and became Lubbock Christian's all-time leading scorer on this day in 2011. Hewitt entered the game needing eight points for surpass James Omondi. 1,614 career points (1997-2001), and he completed the task on a layup with 3:22 remaining in the first half. He finished his career with 1,835 points and remains the program's all-time leading scorer.
- A bucket of A.J. Luckey, with four seconds remaining in overtime, led Lubbock Christian to a 74-73 victory over UT Permian Basin in 2015.
- In 2021, LCU's Aamer Muhammad hit 7 of 8 shots from the field and led the Chaps with 19 points in an 86-38 Lone Star Conference win over Texas A&M International inside the Rip Griffin Center. LCU was 56.1% from the field, going 10 out of 19 (52.6%) from long distance.