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CCAC Championships - Men's Basketball

Judson has won three conference championships with two coming in the CCAC.  Judson first won a conference championship in 1989-90 in the NIIC.  Judson won their first-ever CCAC Championship in 2007-08.  Overall, Judson has won four combined CCAC Championships with two regular season and two tournament championships. 

 
  
 

1990

NIIC Regular Season Champions 

17-12

All-NIIC: Dave Gutierrez (1st), Bart Stamper (1st)

Judson won their first-ever program championship in the 1989-90 regular season under Jim Wallis. 


 

2008

NAIA National Tournament - 1st Round

CCAC Regular Season Champions

CCAC Tournament Champions

19-9

All-CCAC: DeWayne Robinson (1st), Justen Boyd (1st), Ilija Bojanic (1st), Joe Gonnam (H.M.)

CCAC Player of the Year: DeWayne Robinson - first-ever for the program

Winning the CCAC regular season and tournament championships, Judson received the automatic bid to the NAIA National Tournament which was the first-ever for the program.  Judson defeated Cardinal Stritch in the CCAC tournament championship, 97-79, to receive the automatic bid winning their first-ever tournament championship.  Judson went 10-2 in the regular season to take the program's first-ever CCAC regular season championship. In the NAIA National Tournament, Judson fell to #4 Walsh University, 91-57, in the opening round.


 

2009

CCAC Regular Season Champions

21-11

All-CCAC: DeWayne Robinson (1st), Landon Skinner (1st), Josh Edwards (H.M.), Ben Rayhorn (H.M.)

Claiming their second straight CCAC regular season championship, Judson went 10-2.  Judson had a program best nine-game winning streak during the season and won 20 games for the first time 2005-06.


 

2010

NAIA National Tournament - 1st Round

CCAC Tournament Champions

17-13

All-CCAC: Landon Skinner (1st), Josh Edwards (1st), Jim Kuban (H.M.), Ben Rayhorn (H.M.)

Upsetting #9 Cardinal Stritch University on their home court, Judson won their second CCAC Tournament Championship in three years to earn the automatic bid to the NAIA National Tournament.  Judson took a 70-65 win in Milwaukee, Wis., to end Cardinal Stritch's 11-game winning streak.  Unseeded in the NAIA National Tournament, Judson faced #2 Oregon Tech in the opening round.  With under three minutes remaining, Judson had the lead but could not hold onto it as the fell, 63-57.