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Lubbock Christian Chaparrals and Lady Chaps

Lubbock Christian Chaparrals and Lady Chaps
University Lubbock Christian University
Conference Heartland Conference
NCAA Division II
Athletic director Paul Hise
Location Lubbock, TX
Varsity teams 11
Basketball arena Rip Griffin Center
Baseball stadium Hays Field
Soccer stadium LCU Soccer FIeld
Nickname Chaparrals (men)
Lady Chaps (women)
     Blue       White       Red
Website .com.lcuchapswww

The Lubbock Christian Chaparrals and Lady Chaps (also LCU Chaparrals) are the athletic teams that represent Lubbock Christian University, located in Lubbock, Texas, in NCAA Division II intercollegiate sports. The Chaparrals, also known colloquially as the Chaps, compete as members of the Heartland Conference for all 11 varsity sports.[1]



The Chaparrals baseball team has won the NAIA World Series in 1983 and 2009, and came in second in 2011.


Lady Chaparral Basketball was in the NAIA tournament championship game in 2006, the quarterfinals in 2008 and the Fab Four in 2012.


Lady Chaparral Softball won the NAIA National Championship in 2008, in their first season of competition.


  1. ^ Williams, Don (2012-07-13). "LCU to move from NAIA to NCAA Division ii". Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. Retrieved 2012-09-27. 

External links

  • Lubbock Christian University Chaparrals Athletics website
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