September 2009

Men's Soccer Team Falls for First Time in '09

The men's soccer team lost their first game this year to Malone College 0-2. It was a tough opponent but a great opportunity for OCU to see how far we have come in 2 years. The Trailblazers are now 5-1-0 and will travel to St. Catharine's in Kentucky this Saturday.

OCU Volleyball Drops First Match of Season

Lady Trailblazers dropped their first match of the season to the Evangels of Johnson Bible College 19-25, 19-25, 21-25.

"Tonight, our youth showed through," said Head Coach Wes Brothers. "JBC's aggressiveness was too much for us tonight as we were one step behind. Read more »

OCU Win 5 in a Row

The OCU men win their 5th game in a row, marking the second best win streak in OCU Men's history, second only to last years 6-0 start. The OCU men didn't do it quietly though as they gave up a 3-1 lead, to visiting Crown College, late in the game. In the 80th minute Crown scored on a rare lapse of the OCU defense and one minute later scored again on a phenomenal goal making it 3-3. Read more »

Tackett Ranked 1st in the Nation

Marissa Tackett, a 2006 graduate of Chillicothe High School, is currently ranked 1st in Kill Average per set in the NCCAA II Division. Two weeks into the season, Marissa has tallied an average of 4.33 kills per set. Tackett has led 7th ranked Ohio Christian University to a record of 2-0 with 39 kills and 7 blocks.

Lady Trailblazers Volleyball Tops the Mavericks

The Ohio Christian University Women's Volleyball team tallied their second win of the season against OSU-Mansfield with scores of 25-17, 13-25, 25-17, 13-25, 15-6.

"There were several bright spots in tonight's match," said Head Coach Wes Brothers. "The team is playing more as one unit on the court, reading offensive attacks and getting quicker on transitions. Read more »

OCU Volleyball Begins Season with Win

Lady Trailblazers defeated the Warriors of Appalachian Bible College 20-25, 25-13, 28-26, 25-18.

"Playing the Warriors on the road is always a challenge," said Head Coach Wes Brothers. "The team showed improvement over the course of the match, however, we will need to focus on reducing our unforced errors."

The third set saw the Trailblazers down at one point 20-23. Read more »