Men's Basketball News
CIRCLEVILLE, OH - The Ohio Christian University athletic department is pleased to announce the addition of Wesley Russell to the men's basketball team.
After taking fifth-place for the second time in three seasons on Saturday in the NCCAA Division II national tournament, the Ohio Christian University men's basketball team continued to establish it
Ohio Christian University Men's basketball team punch their fourth straight National Appearance ticket with a win over Kentucky Christian University on Saturday 97 - 90.
Coach Curtis Christopher couldn't help but worry about how the Ohio Christian Trailblazers would fare in crunch time on Tuesday when guard Tirrell Cumberland had to leave the game with an injury."I was wondering how our team would rally after Tirrell went out after hurting his nose," Christopher said.
The Trailblazers were on the road this weekend in Knoxville Tennessee.
Ohio Christian University Trailblazers get nice win against Southern State Tuesday night 91-64. Last week the Blazers fell to #5 Kentucky Christian University and #1 Grace Bible. "We had the toughest week of the season last week and needed a good win to get spirits back up," said Coach Christopher. "We saw some things that we can improve on last week before tournament time and ha
Trailblazers lose buzzer beater in Grayson Kentucky Tuesday night against Kentucky Christian University 59 to 61. OCU led by 8 to 10 points most of the game. Neither team shot the ball well but both played hard on defense. OCU's Jeremy Hays had the job of guarding KCU's All American Casey Jones. Hays held him to only 5 points for the ball game.
The Trailblazers played in front of a great crowd at home on Friday. Ohio Christian University was sponsoring Youth group night and Alumni night on Friday to pack out Trailblazer Arena in their contest against Temple Baptist College. “Playing in front of large home crowd is always a great boost to the team.
Trailblazers start second semester with two big wins. The Holidays are over and non league season is over and the trailblazers of Ohio Christian University came out in a big way to start league play this weekend. Friday night was a win against OCAC Clark State Community College 88 - 38.
The summer entering into his senior season, Nathan Elswick had decisions to make, decisions as to what to do after his high school career was over. As a student at Logan Elm High School, Nathan would consider Ohio Christian University as his college to attend.