September 2010

Ohio Christian University Sends Disaster Response Team to Meigs County, Ohio

A Disaster Response Team from Ohio Christian University recently deployed to Meigs County Ohio after a weekend Tornado devastated the area.  The team was assigned recovery and debris removal duties.  This work consisted of digging through debris and attempting to find salvageable resources.  Once an area was covered thoroughly, the team would begin removing large pieces of househ Read more »

Men and Women's soccer enjoy a successful weekend

The men's and women's soccer teams at Ohio Christian University are gaining some momentum in the early parts of the season.
 
On Friday, the OCU Women went on to beat Johnson Bible College 2-1.  Scoring for the Trailblazers were senior, Megan Jeffers and junior, Kim Uetrecht.  Both goals were their first career goals for OCU.  Sarah Peters put ano

Coach Christopher Hires Two New Coaches

Trailblazers Head Basketball Coach Curtis Christopher adds two new assistant coaches to his coaching staff for the 2010-11 basketball season.

Among the additions, is recent OCU graduate Stefan Vasiloff who will take over the JV program this ye Read more »

OCU loses to KCU

Ohio Christian lost to Kentucky Christian in straight sets 12-25, 22-25, 14-25.

Sophomore Hillary Stump led the offense with 7 kills. Tiffany Mosher led the team with 18 digs.

"We came out slow in the first set, but picked up the intensity in the second set," said Coach Wes Brothers. Read more »

OCU Drops Two Regional Contests

Ohio Christian lost its first match of the 2010 season at Johnson Bible College 23-25, 23-25, 25-23, 25-15. OCU then traveled to Powell, Tennessee where they fell short in a 10-25, 17-25, 25-27 loss to the Crown College.

In the Johnson Bible match, Ashley Southard led the team with 10 kills and Hillary Stump tallied 8 kills in the loss to JBC. Read more »

OCU Takes First Regional Match

Ohio Christian tallied a win over the Free Will Baptist Bible College Flames with scores of 25-21, 25-8, 25-16.

In the first NCCAA MidEast Region matchup, OCU rallied behind a balanced offense to earn the win.

Ashley Southard led the Trailblazers with 8 kills and was closely followed by three other Trailblazers who had over 5 kills.

" We made a lot of mistakes tonight, b Read more »

OCU Soccer shuts out Johnson Bible College

OCU Soccer had a successful trip to Tennessee this past weekend having both the men and women defeating Johnson Bible College. Read more »

OCU’s Disaster Management Program Sends another Relief Team to Haiti

Haitian Flag

Ohio Christian University is continuing its work supporting the people of Haiti.  OCU recently sent another relief trip to Haiti.  This latest 10 person team, made up of students, alumni, and an OCU board member, will be traveling to Haiti on Sept, 4, and working through the 11th

This group will be on a construction expedition.  It was discovered that ma Read more »

OCU Soccer Alumni Called

Mark it down on your calendars.  OCU Soccer Alumni are asked to come and play on October 2nd at 10:00am against the newly formed OCU JV team.  Last year was such a good turnout that we are adding to the alumni event that day.  Our schedule is:

  • 10:00am - OCU Alumni vs. OCU Men's JV
  • 12:00pm - OCU Women vs. Grace Bible College
  • 2:00pm - OCU Men vs.

Rodney Sones to Direct Community Choir during City and County Bicentennial Celebration

As part of the city and county bicentennial celebration, Dr. Rodney Sones, director of the OCU Chorale and Chamber Singers, has been invited to conduct the Circleville Community Choir in a performance of the Joseph Martin musical Of Faith and Freedom. The venue will be the West Main platform, on Tuesday, October 19 at 6 PM, just before the bicentennial parade, at 7:00. Read more »