Men's Soccer News
The OCU men's soccer program signs another distinct player for the 2011 season. Coach Josh Murton has been recruiting Aaron Young for three years.
Ohio Christian University signs mid-fielder Jordan Johnson for men's soccer. Jordan, a two year Team Captain from Northridge High School, committed to OCU for the 2011 season.
Bryon Davis, a Captain for Grove City High School, signs with OCU men's soccer.
Ohio Christian University men's soccer team adds another to the roster. Brandon Kopis, a senior at Fairfield Union High School, signed with the Trailblazers to play in the upcoming 2011 season.
A day that has been long awaited by Coach Josh Murton came on March 30th. Two players from Bloom Carroll High School signed to play at OCU, both of which play for Coach Murton on their club t
The Men's soccer program signed it's second recruit of the off-season and they went to a familiar place, Grove City Christian. Sam Hatfield was the starting goal keeper at GCC for the past 3 years starting over 40 games. Sam follows former GCC grad Josh Slone to OCU. "Sam will help bring more competition in a spot where we have lived with only one goal keeper my first 3 years.
OCU Men's soccer added their first recruit of 2012, a transfer from Marygrove College in Detroit, Michigan, Asny (AC) Gracelein. AC is originally from Lauderhill, Florida where he graduated from Northwest High School. He was the team MVP in 2010 in which Northwest HS won the District Championship. He was also named Defensive Player of the Month, twice. He also play club
OCU Men's and Women's soccer teams have performed notably in recent years.
Both the Men's and women's soccer team were honored with players being named All-American. These honors are voted on by the coaches in the NCCAA for their 2010 season. OCU Women's first All-American's are Liesi South and Heidi Bryan since last year no one from the team was an All-American. Liesi was named to the NCCAA 2nd Team All-American a well deserved honor accordin
OCU Soccer has made strides over the past few years. Now, according to Coach Josh Murton, they are where they need to be in the national scene. After finishing the 2010 season #2 in the nation and the 2009 season #3 season, OCU is considered one of the top teams in the NCCAA. OCU made it to the final defeating Manhattan Christian in the Quarterfinals 3-1 and Northland Intern