NCCAA

AcronymDefinition
NCCAANational Christian College Athletic Association
NCCAANational Catholic College Admission Association
NCCAANational Commission for Certification of Anesthesiologist Assistants (Atlanta, GA)
NCCAANorth Carolina Community Action Association
NCCAANueces County Community Action Agency (Texas)
NCCAANational Carpet Cleaners Association of America
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A search of the NCCAA (2005) website for ICHE that offer academic programs in education (for the fields of size, region, and setting, "any" was selected) yielded a list of 149 institutions.
Michael Lightfoot, basketball coach at Indiana's Bethel College, asserts that in contrast to the "many negatives in athletics and the things you see on TV," the NCCAA stands as "something pure that kids can look up to," where "money and fame are not the most important things.
Gibbens scored two goals in the Crusaders' 4-0 win over Olivet Nazarene University that clinched third place in the NCCAA tournament in Kissimmee, Fla.