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  • SNU Volleyball Climbing the Victory Ladder

    As the volleyball season is well on its way and the players primed for success, the Southern Nazarene University Women’s Volleyball team has already begun to taste the sweetness of victory. Their 16-to-4 win-loss ratio (as of 9/13) is the visible proof of success thus far, but the formation of a genuine team mentality is the true measure of triumph for these athletes. Captains Ellen Martin (junior) and Kat Biddy (senior) have had a tremendous influence on the fusion of the team both on and off t...  Full Story

  • Hulsey to be Inducted to NAIA Hall of Fame

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced its Hall of Fame Class for 2011-12 and Southern Nazarene University’s Steve Hulsey has been notified that he will join 17 others to inducted into this year’s class. A two-time NAIA Coach of the Year honoree, Hulsey has managed to take both Southern Nazarene University (SNU) men’s and women’s golf programs to elite status among NAIA programs and has solidified himself as one of the top coaches in the country...  Full Story

  • SNU's Acevedo Breaks School Record

    Just one night after Jackie Acevedo tied Southern Nazarene’s school record for most goals in a single game with five, the senior bested her previous performance with a school-record six goals in a 13-0 drubbing of Northwood (Texas). Acevedo not only broke the previous record held by SNU Head Coach Julie Duncan, but also became the second leading goal scorer and points leader in school history. She has scored 11 goals in the first two games of the season, which is half of her 22 goals she scored ...  Full Story

  • SNU Accepted into NCAA Division II Membership Process

    Southern Nazarene University announced this afternoon that it has been accepted into the NCAA Division II membership process. “For almost 50 years SNU has been playing intercollegiate athletics, and today represents a new direction in that journey,” said SNU President, Dr. Loren Gresham.   Full Story

  • A New Chapter for SNU Athletics

    Southern Nazarene University has announced that it has accepted an invitation to join the Great American Conference, a newly formed league within NCAA Division II that is comprised of six institutions from Arkansas and three from Oklahoma. Fellow Sooner Athletic Conference member Northwestern Oklahoma State was also extended an invitation and accepted as well. GAC Commissioner Will Prewitt notified both schools saying that he was, “impressed with the commitment that both institutions are making ...  Full Story

  • SNU Stamping the Ticket

    BETHANY, Okla. — Expectations were high for Southern Nazarene when the 2010-11 season started and after seeing the smiles and nets being cut down, one expectation has been met after No. 15 Southern Nazarene claimed the Sooner Athletic Conference Title with a 66-52 win over Northwestern Oklahoma State.  The Crimson Storm (26-7) won the program's third SAC Tournament Crown and won their third straight game in the tournament in convincing fashion.  “It's encouraging that we are playi...  Full Story

  • SNU Back in the Winners Circle

    BETHANY, Okla.  — This exact same time last year, Southern Nazarene watched Oklahoma City University cut down the nets inside the Sawyer Center and as expected a fire was ignited. Almost 365 days to the moment, the fire still burns as SNU brought home the program’s ninth Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament title with a 52-48 win over Rogers State.  “You can’t win games in the postseason if you don’t have your role players step up and everyone we needed to play well did,” said SN...  Full Story

  • SNU to Apply for Membership in NCAA DII

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Our Nazarene Heritage

Founded in 1899, Southern Nazarene University is a private, Christian, liberal arts university - a service of the Church of the Nazarene. Located on a 40-acre campus just west of Oklahoma City, SNU grew out of several small colleges committed to training people for service to God and their fellow man. More than 32,000 alumni work and serve throughout the United States and the world. Read More