National Championships

  • 2012 USCAA Women's Cross Country
  • 2011 USCAA Women's Cross Country
  • 2011 USCAA Men's Basketball
  • 2008 USCAA Women's Soccer
  • 2007 USCAA Women's Cross Country 
  • 2006 USCAA Women's Cross Country
  • 2006 USCAA Women's Soccer
  • 2006 USCAA Women's Basketball
  • 2005 USCAA Women's Cross Country
  • 2005 USCAA Women's Soccer
  • 2005 USCAA Women's Track and Field
  • 2004 USCAA Women's Cross Country
  • 2004 USCAA Volleyball
  • 2004 USCAA Women's Track and Field
  • 2003 USCAA Women's Cross Country
  • 2003 USCAA Women's Track and Field
  • 2003 USCAA Women's Cross Country
  • 2002 NBCAA Women's Basketball
  • 2002 USCAA Men's Track & Field
  • 2002 USCAA Women's Track & Field
  • 2002 USCAA Volleyball
  • 2002 USCAA Women's Cross Country
  • 2001 USCAA Men's Soccer
  • 2001 NSCAA Women's Cross Country
  • 2000 NSCAA Women's Basketball
  • 2000 NSCAA Men's Soccer
  • 1999 NSCAA Women's Cross Country
  • 1999 NSCAA Women's Soccer
  • 1999 NSCAA Softball
  • 1998 NSCAA Men's Cross Country
  • 1998 NSCAA Women's Cross Country
  • 1998 NSCAA Women's Soccer

Individual National Championships

  • Peter Rose—2010 NCWA National Champion (157-lb.)
  • Peter Rose—2009 NCWA National Champion (157-lb.)
  • Peter Rose—2008 NCWA National Champion (157-lb.)
  • Grant Dean—2007 USCAA Men's Golf National Champion
  • Kim Anderson—2005 USCAA Women's Cross Country National Champion
  • Kim Anderson—2003 USCAA Women's Cross Country National Champion
  • Jessyca Barker—2001 USCAA Women's Cross Country National Champion
  • Nate Casperson—2000 NCWA National Champion (149-lb.)

Athletic Organizations

NBCAA—National Bible College Athletic Association
NCWA—National Collegiate Wrestling Association
NSCAA—National Small College Athletic Association*
USCAA—United States Collegiate Athletic Association*
NJAC—New Jersey Athletic Conference
CAC—Capital Athletic Conference
VASID—Virginia Sports Information Director

*National Small College Athletic Association (NSCAA) became United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) in June 2001