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Barracuda Boys Run Their Season Best at NCISAA State Championship

Six of the seven UCHS boys cross country runners ran personal best times and all seven ran seasonal best in the meet where it counts the most, the state championships held Friday, October 30 at McAlpine Greenway in Charlotte. UCHS finished in 19th place but had only one runner above sophomore level competing at the

Barracudas Cross Country Set To Compete in NCISAA 2A Championship

University Christian will join 30 other NCISAA 2a schools in the state championship meet at McAlpine Greenway Park in Charlotte on Friday, October 30.  The boys and girls races will be run in multiple “waves” with two “pods” running in each wave.  Runners placement in the respective pods and waves is based on season best

Johnson Leads Barracudas to Runner-Up Spot in FAC Cross Country

Led by Yates Johnson’s All Conference finish and a tightly grouped pack of younger runners the UCHS boys finished second in the FAC conference behind Davidson Day.  Carter Morgan, Jonah Long, David Abel, Jack Ryan Richardson and Parker-Heller Lee all finished within 60 seconds to round out the UC scoring. Full can be found at

Change Made to NCISAA Spectator Policy

On Thursday, October 8 the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Administration (NCISAA), after consultation with health officials, member schools and it’s board of governors, announced a change in the policy for spectators at athletic events. Effective immediately indoor sports during regular season and conference tournaments will be allowed to have 2 adult spectators for each

UCHS Boys Finish Second in Foothills Athletic Conference Meet

University Christian finished second in the Foothills Athletic Conference meet held at Statesville Christian high school on Monday, September 28.  In a close team race the Hickory Christian Academy edged UCHS by six points.  The Barracudas were led in scoring by sophomore Yates Johnson, followed by Parker Heller-Lee, Jonah Long and David Abel.  Meet results

Cross Country Opens Fall Sports Competition at Riverbend park

After six months of no athletic competitions of any kind at UCHS, or any other North Carolina Schools, the NCISAA allowed a return to competition on September 14.  UCHS hosted Davidson Day, Hickory Christian Academy and Statesville Christian in the first Foothills Athletic Conference meet of the 2020 season on September 14 at Riverbend Park’s

Fall Sports Parents Meetings August 31 and September 1

Parents of students in girls tennis and boys and girls cross country are invited to a meeting on Monday, August 31 in the sanctuary of St. Andrews Lutheran Church and volleyball and boys soccer parents will meet on Tuesday, September 1 in the same location.  Both meetings will begin at 6pm. Mr. Taylor and Mr.

Fall Sports Schedules are Finalized

Pursuant to a directive from the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA) University Christian High School will begin competition in fall sports beginning on Monday, September 14.  Volleyball, girls tennis, boys soccer and boys and girls cross country teams schedules are now posted under the “Fall Sports” tabs on this website.  Follow the drop

Fall Athletic Competition to Begin September 14!

After a ruling by the North Carolina Independent High Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA) on August 26 member schools are permitted to begin play for fall sports the week of September 14.  Calendars for volleyball, boys soccer, girls tennis and boys and girls cross country will be posted by August 27. Due to the late start

All NCISAA Fall Sports Moved Back

On Monday, July 20, 2020  NCISAA athletic directors were in a Zoom meeting with NCISAA Executive Director Homar Ramirez and received instructions on the state association’s plan for return to play for fall sports. July 27-August 9 schools may conduct voluntary workout sessions in cross country, girls tennis, volleyball and boys soccer following the summer