Women's Soccer News
OCU Women's soccer is about to enter their third season as a program. Success has come to the women, but now the off season has brought more talent than they have ever had previously. K
OCU women's soccer signs Katie Saha from Grove City. Katie will bring experience to the Trailblazers, playing all four years in high school.
OCU women's soccer added their second signing of the off-season this past weekend by signing Sierra (Bunny) Zenner. Zenner, a three sport athlete from Fairfield Union, will come to OCU and ad
Ohio Christian women's soccer program will be entering it's 3rd season this fall. Meaghan Stuart will be part of that team. She signed with OCU on March 18th and will be a major asset t
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
14 players from the men's and women's soccer program at Ohio Christian University received regional recognition in the 2010 season.
OCU Women's soccer ended it's 2nd year of existence this past weekend. It may not have gone the way they had hoped, but they still kept a standard, Regional Finalists. In 2009, the women lost in double overtime to Kentucky Christian in the regional finals. This year, the women lost again to KCU. With 2 substitutes and 5 starters out for the season, Coach Murton looks at
OCU Women lost to Kentucky Christian University 1-3 this past weekend placing them 2nd in the Region behind KCU. In what has become a very frustrating year for the women due to many injuries, they still have a never say die attitude. "The ladies are tough. We lost 6 players to injuries, all of which are starters. It's so hard to maintain consistency with that many player
OCU soccer finished a long road trip which started in Atlanta, GA; then to Toccoa Falls, GA. A stop at Knoxville, TN before a trip to Anderson, IN. OCU has not played an NCAA team since playing Ohio Valley University in 2007 and would be the first match up for an OCU team coached by Josh Murton.