The Master's University
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|Motto||For Christ and Scripture|
|Affiliation||The Master's Seminary|
|President||John F. MacArthur|
|Undergraduates||952 (+154 degree completion)|
|Postgraduates||92 (+375 seminary)|
|Location||Santa Clarita, California, United States|
|Campus||Suburban (LA County)|
|Colors||Gold and navy blue|
|Athletics||12 Varsity teams|
|Affiliations||Golden State Athletic Conference|
|Mascot||Monty the Mustang|
The college was founded in 1927.:69 It was originally named Los Angeles Baptist College and Seminary. In 1961, it moved to Newhall in Santa Clarita, California. In 1985, John MacArthur became the school president. The name was changed to The Master's College; in 2016 it became The Master's University.
The college teams compete in the Golden State Athletic Conference of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. The college is a member of the National Christian College Athletic Association. Sports include baseball, basketball, cross-country running, golf, soccer, track and volleyball.
Curtis Lewis, head coach of the women's soccer team, won the NAIA Women's Soccer Coach of the Year award in 2008. In 2009, Jim Rickard won the NAIA Men's Soccer Coach of the Year award.
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- "2009 Men's Soccer National Coaches of the Year Announced". NAIA. Jan 15, 2010. Retrieved January 16, 2011.