We believe the field of play is a mirror. It reflects and reveals the athlete and the college in ways others kinds of examination just can’t. How will you react when the game’s not going your way, when the critical call goes against you or when your teammate misses the winning shot? What about when the winning seems easy? It takes as much discipline to win with grace as it does to lose with honor.
We play to win at Master’s because committing to less dims the reflection we’re trying to see. We train hard because that honors the Lord, and because we know that training hard is what it takes to win. And let’s be honest, winning is always more fun.
The result is a history of success — a lot of success. Golf and cross country, volleyball and soccer, basketball and baseball — our teams play for titles.
That’s because our athletes play for the Lord.