The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics released their 2018-19 scholar teams yesterday and Central Baptist College volleyball was amongst the teams recognized.
There were 1,939 teams recognized in total, with over 120 in volleyball.
The volleyball team went 3-26 last season, but did not graduate any players from last year's team.
New coach Stephanie Irwin will begin her tenure this season and the first match for CBC will take place in Little Rock on Aug. 30 at the Philander Smith Classic.
CBC women's basketball coach Lyle Middleton has announced the addition of two transfers to next year's roster.
Maddy Carrier and Whitney Green will join the Mustangs in the fall.
Carrier, the younger sister of CBC forward Sierra Carrier, follows her sister to Conway from Lane College in Oregon.
Last season in 26 games at Lane, Carrier shot 38.8% from the field, 28.7% from three and 6-10 at the free-throw line, averaging 2.7 points and 1.6 rebounds per game for the Titans.
Green comes to CBC from Rogers State University, an NCAA Division II institution in Claremore, Oklahoma.
Last season, the Texarkana native played in 13 contests for the Hillcats, averaging 1.5 points and 1.8 rebounds per game while shooting 28% from the floor and 6 of 10 at the free-throw line.
CBC softball coach Jordon Jones has announced the addition of three more players to her recruiting class of 2020.
These three additions bring her total to nine new players added for the next season.
Ashley Pletcher, Kirstie Blackwood and Skylar Lee are the three players joining the Mustangs.
Pletcher and Blackwood were teammates at Eastern Oklahoma State College, while Lee returns to CBC after spending the previous year at ASU-Beebe.
Pletcher, an outfielder, had an outstanding year for EOSC, leading the team in batting average (.389), runs scored (57), hits (77) and stolen bases (15) while hitting eight home runs and driving in 27.
Blackwood, an infielder, led the team in both home runs (11) and RBI (53) and batted .378 with 65 runs scored, a team best 13 doubles and a team-high .657 slugging percentage.
Lee returns to CBC where she spent her freshman season, 2017-18, as a member of the women's basketball team.
She transfers in from ASU-Beebe after taking a year off from athletics.