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William Jessup receives all-conference sports award

First time for Warriors’ programs
By: Staff Report
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The California Pacific Conference bestowed the 2013 CalPac Conference All-Sports Award to William Jessup University and its athletic department. It was the first time the school has received such an honor.

With a tremendous showing in the conference this season, the Warriors earned 38 points to garner the award. William Jessup was first in the conference in mens cross country, mens basketball (regular season) and co-champions in softball.

The womens soccer program clinched the league’s North Division but missed the conference title on penalty kicks during the tournament championship.

The womens basketball and cross country squads were also runners-up in conference play.

Coming in second with 35 points was Menlo College and Simpson University was third with 33.

MENS BASKETBALL

William Jessup is looking for a head coach for mens basketball following the resignation of former head coach Aaron Muhic.

Interim head coach Jeff Bussell, who led the Warriors to a regular-season conference championship decided not to apply for the post. Bussell is an assistant coach for the Warriors.

As members of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, the school’s search is nationwide. The university recently opened its 1,100 seat Warrior Arena on campus and is dedicated to maintaining a quality basketball program.

William Jessup is a four-year non-denominational Christian University of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies. In partnership with the Church, the purpose of William Jessup University is to prepare Christians for leadership and service in church and society through Christian higher education, spiritual formation and directed experiences.

The William Jessup University vision is that its graduates would be transformed and help redeem world culture by providing notable servant leadership, by enriching family, church and community life and by serving with distinction in their chosen career. WJU’s enrollment is approximately, 1,000 students.

Anyone interested in the position can visit the school website Jessup.edu/employment/jobs-wju and complete an application online.