NIAC teams place at ACCA Tournament

Three member teams traveled to Joplin this week for the Association of Christian College Athletics Basketball Tournament. Both men and women squads from Free Lutheran Bible, Oak Hills Christian and Trinity Bible competed against other top teams of the ACCA.

FLBC men

L, 102-84 vs Trinity Bible

L, vs Carolina Christian

7th PLACE: L, vs Spurgeon

FLBC women

L, 57-44 vs Trinity Bible

9th PLACE: W, 45-41 vs Oak Hills Christian

Oak Hills men

L, 109-73 vs Dallas Christian

W, 84-61 vs Spurgeon

9th PLACE: L, 69-60 vs Carolina Christian

Oak Hills women

L, vs Carolina Christian

L, 45-41 vs Free Lutheran Bible

Trinity Bible men

W, 102-84 vs Free Lutheran Bible

W, 88-79 vs Kansas Christian

L, 86-65 vs University of LA College of Divinity

3rd PLACE: L, 88-85 vs Arlington Baptist

Trinity Bible women

W, 57-44 vs Free Lutheran Bible

L, 94-54 vs Champion Christian

L, 69-63 vs Kansas Chrstian

7th PLACE: L, 87-75 vs Ozark Christian

NIAC season delayed until January

Northern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference has made the decision to delay our upcoming basketball season due to COVID-19. Regular season games will now begin January 8, 2021.

Dates for the 2021 NIAC men’s and women’s conference tournament will be March 19-21. Tournament host will be announced in the coming weeks.


RRCrebelsNIAC member school Red River College previously announced their intention to suspend all varsity athletics – including men’s and women’s basketball – for the entire 2020-21 academic year.

NIAC Men’s Tournament Field Set

Oak Hills Christian To Host NIAC Basketball Tournament

Oak Hills WolfPack
Oak Hills Christian College WolfPack

The 2013-14 regular season in the NIAC has been played with each school playing a 10-game conference schedule. Now all six men’s basketball teams will meet in Bemidji this week for the first NIAC post-season conference tournament. Oak Hills Christian College is the host institution.

Leech Lake Tribal College
Leech Lake Tribal College

Leech Lake Tribal College (8-2) were crowned regular season champs after a tight season-long chase. The Lakers receive a bye into the tournament semifinals. AFLBS and Trinity Bible College tied for second place, each finishing at 7-3 in conference play. AFLBS are the second-seed in the tournament and also receives a first round bye.

Trinity Bible College will play the six-seeded Red Lake Nation College in a quarterfinal on Thursday. Host school Oak Hills Christian College, the fifth-seed, will play fourth-seeded Turtle Mountain Community College in the final Thursday game. All games will be played at the OHCC gymnasium.

Tournament bracket can be found here.

Thursday

4 PM: Trinity Bible vs Red Lake Nation

8 PM: Turtle Mountain vs Oak Hills Christian

Friday

noon: 5th Place game

4:00 PM: AFLBS vs Trinity Bible/Red Lake Nation winner

8:00 PM: Leech Lake Tribal vs Turtle Mountain/Oak Hills Christian winner

Saturday

noon: 3rd Place game

4:00 PM: Championship game

All games will stream live here.