September 2010

OCU Women Soccer Show Improvement

On Labor Day the OCU women soccer program began to regroup and move forward.  Playing a much improved Atlanta Christian College, whom OCU lost to last year 0-1, the ladies started down early in the contest 0-1 only to come back off a beautiful display of possession soccer between Sarah Peters, Liesi South and finished by freshman Heidi Bryan who scored her second goal of the season.&n Read more »

Lady Trailblazers Win Season Opener

OCU defeated the Southern State Community College Patriots 25-7, 25-21, 25-17.

The 2010 season opener and first OCAC conference match pitted Ohio Christian University versus Southern State Community College.

Linette Shetler led the team with 10 kills on 67% hitting percentage and tallied 4 aces. OCU's libero, Tiffany Mosher, led OCU defensively with 14 digs. Read more »

Golf Program Signs Membership with Local Course

Ohio Christian University is excited to announce that this will be the first year their golf program will have the opportunity to compete as a varsity sport representing the school.  The most crucial stride in accomplishing this goal is the membership agreement between the golf program and Cooks Creek Golf Course.

Head Coach Greg Davis and course Head Professional Ken Corliss reach Read more »

OCU Signs First Golf Recruit, Josh Moore

The golf program signed its first ever competitive recruit, Josh Moore on August 25, 2010.  Josh is a graduate of Western Brown High School and comes to Ohio Christian University as an Interdisciplinary Studies major.  Josh hopes to work towards completing his bachelor's degree in order to become a certified high school teacher.

Coach Davis explains, "Josh will be an excellent Read more »

OCU Women Struggle to Start of Season

OCU Women's soccer fell to St. Catharine's College in their home opener on Thursday.  The loss is the second this week to an NAIA school.  "This is a tough schedule for the girls. Read more »

OCU Men Lose Home Opener

The OCU Men's Soccer team fell in their home open to St. Catharine's College (NAIA) of Kentucky 3-4.  The trailblazers scored first off a cross from Jimmy Galvan in which Dexter Chapman headed into the goal in the 19th minute.  After St. Read more »

Traditional Enrollment Increases 53%

OCU's Traditional Undergraduate program fall enrollment includes 420 full-time and 180 post-secondary students. Read more »