2016-17
1Faulkner University
2Oklahoma City University
3Oklahoma Wesleyan University
4Southeastern University
5Tennessee Wesleyan
6Georgia Gwinnett College
7Menlo College
8Bellevue University
9William Carey University
10Tabor College
RVMidland University
 
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Today
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Women's Outdoor T&F
Women's Tennis
Men's Golf
Women's Tennis
Baseball
Today
Men's Outdoor T&F
Women's Outdoor T&F
Women's Tennis
Men's Golf
Baseball
Men's Outdoor T&F
Women's Outdoor T&F
Baseball
Women's Tennis
Sunday, Mar 26
Men's Outdoor T&F
Women's Outdoor T&F
Baseball
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Baseball
Softball
Baseball
Softball
Women's Tennis
Men's Outdoor T&F
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Thursday, Mar 23
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Wednesday, Mar 22
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Tuesday, Mar 21
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Baseball
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Champions of Character

NAIA Champions of CharacterThe National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics' Champions of Character provides training to ensure student-athletes know, do and value the right things in all areas of life. The five core values: integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and servant leadership are put into play, accounted for and tracked at all NAIA schools.

 
Live 5

Great Plains Athletic Conference supports its member institutions' campus programs that include the Champions of Character Live 5 Student-Athlete Orientation Program and the NAIA's Character-Driven Coaching professional development course for coaches and administrators.

At the conference level, Great Plains Athletic Conference offers Champions of Character programming that includes:

  • Ongoing character education and professional development for Conference coaches, athletics administrative staff and student-athletes
  • Hospitality and game management of Conference athletics events
  • Organization of a Champions of Character Conference wide event (i.e Sport Summit or Servant Leadership Project)
  • Recognition of Conference athletics directors, coaches and student-athletes who demonstrate outstanding character
  • Ongoing oversight and assessment of progress in the prgram's implementation by both Great Plains Athletic Conference and the NAIA.