Men's Soccer News
The men faired well against KCU by beating them 7-2. The OCU men jumped out early and never looked back by scoring in the 3rd minute and again in the 14th minute. "This is the third game in a row that we have come out fast and it's good to see as the regular season is coming to a close" mentioned Head Coach Josh Murton.
Emanuel Harris scored 2 goals against OSU-Mansfield which moves him in a tie with the all-time scoring record at OCU. Terry Bosworth has held the record for 17 years with 40 goals.
The day was an opportunity to honor a player at OCU who never got to play. Derrick Ising after signing his letter of intent to OCU suddenly died in July of 2008. The men had a heavy heart and a strong confidence to win as OCU beat OSU-Mansfield 6-1. "It was a good day for us to pay our respects and go out and win another one in honor of Derrick" mentioned Coach Murton.
The OCU Men's and Women's soccer game time on Oct. 16th versus Johnson Bible College has been changed. It will now be the women at 2pm and the men at 4pm. It was originally set for a 3 and 5 start time.
Emanuel Harris closes in on the OCU scoring record held by Terry Bosworth who played for the school back in 1988-1992. Harris has scored 38 career goals for the Trailblazers and is 2 shy of Bosworths mark of 40.
Appalachian Bible College came against and angry team tonight. OCU men coming off a tough loss last week felt they had something to prove. Not to anyone but themselves. Proved it they did in a 6-0 romping of Appalachian. "We are constantly talking about how we can better ourselves in every situation. We wanted a full game tonight. We wanted the goose-egg.&nbs
Men's Soccer standout Emanuel Harris was named Player of the Week by the NCCAA. They honored him with this because he scored 4 goals and 2 assists against Kentucky ChristianUniversity (KY) and had 1 goal and 3 assists against Johnson BibleCollege (TN). The last assist was the game winner with 52 seconds leftin the game in a come from behind victory. This is Emanu
The men's soccer team jumped a spot from #10 to #9 in the nation in a recent coaches poll. The jump in rankings was based on wins against regional foe's Johnson Bible College and Kentucky Christian Univ.
The Trailblazers fell on Tuesday night to rival Southern State 1-2 in double overtime. The loss markes the men to a 7-3-0 record and a 1-1-0 record in the Ohio Collegiate Athletic Conference. "We played well tostart off the game but Southern State came to play. Congrats to them for a well fought victory" remarked Coach Murton. Scoring for OCU was Freshman Chad Dobbs, his
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