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Lubbock Christian University Athletics – LCU History: Taking a look at October 30

October 30 – We take a look at some of the best moments LCU athletics throughout the years since October 30. Pictured is goalie Braxton Thorne, who made six saves to help the LCU claim its first ever Heartland Conference Tournament win with a 2018 win over St. Mary's, seeded No. 3 on this date.

Men's basketball

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<figcaption> Kennedy </figcaption></figure><ul><li> Lubbock Christian set a new program record in a single game with 45 three-point attempts in a 2009 season-opening 98-64 win over Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College (Randall). Chaps 45's three-point field goal attempts broke an earlier mark of 40, which had been set against National Christian in 2000. Freshman Tyler Kennedy had ten of 45 attempts.</li></ul><p>
<strong> Men's Soccer </strong></p><ul><li> Lubbock Christian made his debut at the Heartland Conference Tournament in 2018 and did so in a winning fashion, defeating St. Mary's 2-1 in San Antonio, Texas. Abdou Joof opened the scoring at 14 <sup> </sup> minute with a header, but StMU equalized five minutes later. Marcelo Pacheco scored what turned out to be the winning goal in the 26th minute <sup> </sup> and the LCU went on to win, despite being eclipsed 14-6. Braxton Thorne made six saves in the victory.</li><li> LCU found an unexpected hero in Chase Walker, who scored his first two goals of the season on this day in 2010 when the Chaps defeated John Brown University 2-1. Walker's second goal came with just 3:09 remaining in overtime and it was just the Chaps' fourth shot on goal in the entire game.</li></ul><p>
<strong> Volleyball </strong></p>
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<figcaption> Pacheco </figcaption></figure><ul><li> The Lady Chaps played a couple of games in 1981, defeating Oklahoma Panhandle State 2-0 in a triangle tournament in Canyon, Texas. Lynn Miller led LCU with 11 points.</li><li> LCU went 6-2 in five-set decisions in 1986, with the final five-set match resulting in a 3-2 victory over Midwestern State in a game that lasted over two hours in Wichita Falls, Texas. LCU was down 13-9 in the final set, but rallied for a 17-15 victory to claim the match. Karen Moulton had 26 kills and 20 digs for a monstrous double-double. Stephanie Raley (Free) had the final point with a death, which was her 24th <sup> th </sup> of the match. Sharon Slade also added 19 deaths.</li><li> The final fourth game against Sul Ross during the 1992 season resulted in a 3-1 victory in the LCU to sweep the four-game season series. Jody Hamrick produced a double-double inside LCU Fieldhouse with 20 digs and 10 kills. Michal Warren (Giboney) led LCU with 24 attacks and Megan Strong (Turner) had 13 kills. <br
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<figcaption> '99 Lubbock AJ (Right Click / View to Read) </figcaption></figure></li><li> No. 11 LCU defeated John Brown 3-0 to claim 1999 Sooner Athletic Conference title , capturing the conference title for the third consecutive season. Mindy Ratliff (Jones) had 17 kills and four blocks and Karen Gasch (Escamilla) added 12. Jennifer Jasso (McCully) was the only senior in the squad and 11 attacks, seven kills and served 11 consecutive points in the second set.</li><li> LCU won an 11 <sup> </sup> consecutive game in 2003 with a 3-2 victory over West Texas A&M in Canyon, Texas. It was the second win in the streak in which the Lady Chaps did not win in straight sets. The wild contest featured five Lady Chaps in double-figure kills, led by Beth Ratliff (Lankford), who had 19 kills and 13 digs for a double-double. <dfn> Mandy Polk </dfn> (Moffitt) (69 assists, 19 excavations), <br
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<figcaption> Jasso (McCully) </figcaption></figure><p> Magan McCormick (Hupf) (10 crashes, 10 murders), Stacey Simpson (Thompson) (27 attacks, 18 murders) and Holly Ratliff (17 murders) all had great performances.</li><li> In a non-conference game in 2005, LCU defeated Texas A&M International in Odessa, Texas. Kenee Carter (Dover) led LCU with 12 kills, as Meagan Kamplain (Dover) and Brittany Roberts (Hix) each had 11 points. Kamplain (Dover) also had 28 excavations.</li><li> Kelsey Odell (Williams) (14) and Elissa Loynes (Bowman) (12) combined for 26 spikes, and Jordan Goings had a double-double (41 assists, 15 attacks), to help LCU score a 3-1 Sooner. 2009 Athletic Conference win at Siloam Springs, Arkansas over John Brown.</li><li> Melissa Green (Owings) (7), Loynes (Bowman) (9) and April Severyn (Power) (10) are Lady Chaparrals' senior class of Lubbock Christian University 25 and Senior Day At the Rip Griffin Center, the trio combined for 26 spikes and led the Lady Chaps to a 3-0 (25-15, 25-13, 25-15) victory over Mid-America Christian in a Sooner game. 2010 Athletic Conference Caitlyn Kender was the LCU leader in kills with 11 and LCU hit .484 in combat.</li></ul></div>
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