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  • Fri, 08/29  M CC at UT-Tyler Spectacular  4/4  Recap
  • Fri, 08/29  W CC at UT-Tyler Spectacular  3/4  Recap
  • Fri, 08/29  Volleyball vs Trinity University  (L 3-0)  Recap | Boxscore
  • Fri, 08/29  Volleyball vs Hendrix College  (L 3-1)  Recap | Boxscore
  • Sat, 08/30  Volleyball vs University of Dallas  (W 3-0)  Recap | Boxscore
  • Sat, 08/30  Volleyball vs Southwestern University  (L 3-2)  Recap | Boxscore
  • Sat, 08/30  W Soccer vs Centenary College of Louisiana  (W 6-1)  Recap | Boxscore
  • Sat, 08/30  M Soccer vs Centenary College of Louisiana  (L 5-3)  Recap | Boxscore
  • Sun, 08/31  W Soccer at Austin College  (L 2-0)  Recap | Boxscore
  • Sun, 08/31  M Soccer at Austin College  (T 0-0 ,2OT)  Recap | Boxscore
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The East Texas Baptist University Intercollegiate Athletics Program functions as an integral part of the total education experience. The Intercollegiate Athletics Program emphasizes academics as the highest priority in the life of student-athletes.

Recognizing that students have needs and interests which go beyond the scope of academic life, the University is committed to providing an Intercollegiate Athletics Program consistent with those needs and interests. Recognizing the positive impact of athletics participation on student development, as articulated in the University’s Mission Statement, the Athletics Program seeks to develop wellness, leadership and Christian character.

Intercollegiate Athletics strives to establish and maintain an environment that values cultural diversity and gender equity among the student-athlete and athletics staff. Through competition, the Intercollegaite Athletics Program provides the means for those involved to come to develop as individuals as well as a vital part of a team. This allows the student-athlete to grow physically, emotionally, socially, spiritually and intellectually. During the process, the University is vigilant in monitoring the overall health and well-being of its student-athletes.

East Texas Baptist University adheres to the principles of fair play and amateur athletic competition as defined by NCAA Division III legislation. The University also holds its coaches, administrators and student-athletes to the highest standards of sportsmanship and ethical conduct.