BEMIDJI, MN- Oak Hills Christian College has been named as a finalist for the #KingChasing Institution Award by the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA).  This honor indicates that OHCC Athletics is pursuing much more than just winning championships and looks to honor Christ through athletics.  #KingChasing institutions are selected based on a point system that is based on sportsmanship, Christian service, love, integrity, faith, excellence, and the pursuit of Christ within the athletic department.

Athletic Director, Jeremy Anderson, states “We are extremely honored to be considered a finalist for this award.  This proves to me that our coaches, athletes, and administrators are pursuing things in the right order, #KingChasing and then #RingChasing. The institutions listed as #KingChasing Institutions for the 2022-2023 academic year have excelled at the highest levels of athletics within the NCCAA and we are blessed to be honored alongside of them.”

Institutions that amass 70 points are considered a #KingChasing Institutions while the top 3 are considered finalist for the award.

The following is the press release from the NCCAA, headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina. 

 #KingChasing Program
The #KingChasing program uses the four values of the Game Plan 4 LIFE – Love, Integrity, Faith, and Excellence – to enhance the purpose of collegiate athletics to be more than winning championships. The mission of the #KingChasing program is to keep Christ at the center of the student-athlete experience.

An institution shall be named an NCCAA #KingChasing Institution by earning 70 points. The top point earning institutions shall be finalists for the NCCAA #KingChasing Institution of the Year.

#KingChasing Institutions
Asbury University
Grace College
Houghton University
Manhattan Christian College
Mid-America Christian University
Oak Hills Christian College
Regent University