Men's Soccer News
The Men's Soccer Game versus Otterbein College has been moved to October 21st at 4pm. It will still be played at Westerville on Otterbein's campus.
Dave Blamo (in picture #9) was named NCCAA Division 2 Soccer player of the week. He was named for his role in scoring a hat trick against Johnson Bible College while assisting in the fourth goal against Johnson. He also scored against NAIA foe, Shawnee State University.
The men's and women's soccer teams fell to Shawnee State University today. The women had their first meeting against SSU and lost 0-6.
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
OCU Soccer had a successful trip to Tennessee this past weekend having both the men and women defeating Johnson Bible College.
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.
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.
The men's soccer program signed Steven Fabian from Grove City on August 10, 2010 in which promises to be another stand out goal keeper for the Trailblazers. OCU has been blessed to have solid players between the "pipes" over the past 2 years and adding Fabian will only add to the years of excellent keepers at OCU.
The OCU men's and women's soccer programs have been involved all summer giving back. With representatives from both teams, OCU was involved in 3 camps within three different areas around central Ohio.
OCU Men's soccer signed another recuit for the 2010 class, but the first legacy in OCU soccer. Jake Morrison, a graduate of Miami Trace High School signed his letter of intent to play at the same school his father did 27 years ago. His father was a team captain, something which Coach Murton sees in his son. "Jake is going to come in and be a major part of the team right now, b