Dallas Baptist Patriots
The Dallas Baptist Patriots are the 15 athletic teams that represent the Dallas Baptist University, located in Dallas, Texas, in NCAA intercollegiate sports. All of the varsity Patriot athletic teams compete at the Division II level with the exception of the baseball team, which plays in Division I. DBU Athletics also sponsors five club programs including; cheer, dance, bass fishing, lacrosse, and ice hockey. As such, all athletic teams, except for baseball, compete in the Lone Star Conference while the baseball program is an associate member of the Missouri Valley Conference. All intercollegiate athletic teams also hold membership in the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA).
|Dallas Baptist Patriots|
|University||Dallas Baptist University|
|Conference||Lone Star Conference|
Missouri Valley Conference (baseball only)
Division I (baseball only)
|Athletic director||Connor Smith|
|Basketball arena||Burg Center|
|Baseball stadium||Horner Ballpark|
|Soccer stadium||Patriot Soccer Field|
|Other arenas||Sedwick Soccer Field House|
|Colors||Red, White, and Blue|
The school's athletic department features a Christ-centered discipleship program, as a part of the mission to develop "Champions for Christ". DBU athletics also launched the Global Sports Mission Initiative in 2007 to allow student-athletes the opportunity to share the love of Christ, while using their God-given athletic talents and gifts to minister and spread the Word of God abroad. The Global Sports Mission Initiative was created as a vision by Patriot athletics and the DBU Global Missions Department and has included trips to Guatemala, Peru, Dominican Republic, South Korea, England, Brazil, Chile, Liberia, Scotland, China, Honduras, and Curacao, with plans for more trips in the near future.
Over the last several years, facility additions have been made to the athletic department, including the construction of the Sadler Patriot Clubhouse, Patriot Athletic Guesthouse, Sedwick Soccer Fieldhouse, Joan and Andy Horner Ballpark, and the Athletic Training Center.
|Men's Intercollegiate Sports||Women's Intercollegiate Sports||Club Sports|
|Baseball||Cross Country||Bass Fishing|
|Cross Country||Soccer||Ice Hockey|
|Soccer||Track and Field||Patriettes|
|Track and Field|
- "DBU vs. Louisiana–Monroe Baseball Game Notes" (PDF). February 17, 2017. Retrieved February 20, 2017.
- "DBU students share basketball, cheerleading and the gospel in Korea". Baptist Standard.
- "The Official Site of Dallas Baptist University Athletics". Dallas Baptist University. Retrieved May 4, 2015.
- "Dallas Baptist Baseball | NCAA.com". NCAA.com. Retrieved 2017-07-06.
- "Dallas Baptist Men's Basketball | NCAA.com". NCAA.com. Retrieved 2017-07-06.
- "Dallas Baptist Women's Soccer | NCAA.com". NCAA.com. Retrieved 2017-07-06.
- "Dallas Baptist Men's Soccer | NCAA.com". NCAA.com. Retrieved 2017-07-06.