Women's Soccer News
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.
On Labor Day the OCU women soccer program began to regroup and move forward. Playing a much improved Atlanta Christian College, whom OCU lost to last year 0-1, the ladies started down early in the contest 0-1 only to come back off a beautiful display of possession soccer between Sarah Peters, Liesi South and finished by freshman Heidi Bryan who scored her second goal of the season.&n
OCU Women's soccer fell to St. Catharine's College in their home opener on Thursday. The loss is the second this week to an NAIA school. "This is a tough schedule for the girls.
On, August 15th, OCU women's soccer sign Kayla Conley for the 2010 campaign. A graduate from Ayersville H.S., Kayla was involved in many athletic sports. Her competitive attitude is what caught the eye of Coach Murton. "Kayla is not afraid to get after it. She's a hard worker and will fit well in our team's personality. We are excited to have her and we think she w
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 Womens soccer signed Dana Strate to come play soccer starting in the fall of this year. Dana fills in at a much needed position, goalkeeper, to help the 2009 regional finalist. Dana come from Coshocton, Ohio but played her soccer at Holden High School and Firehawks F.C.
The women's soccer program signed Heidi Bryan this past week to play for the Trailblazers in the fall. Heidi comes from the North Pole, Alaska and will add to OCU's attack as a forward. "Heidi has a quickness that we need and a great personality which will fit in well with our team," mentioned Coach Murton. Heidi comes to a team who missed the National tournament by a goal p
On a mud soaked field, the OCU women's soccer program made it to the regional finals, a mark that was hard to fathom 10 months ago. As fate would have it, that would be where their inaugural season would end and in dramatic fashion. The women lost 0-1 in double overtime to Kentucky Christian University. "We were so close to finishing off KCU, but a crossbar and a few missed op
The NCCAA Mid-East Regional coaches met to decide who was the regional team of the year. OCU was blessed to be honored with four 1st teamers. Lieci South (Jr.) Sarah Peters (Jr.) Christine Myers (So.) Hannah Woolever (Fr.) OCU also had 2 women for Honorable Mention: Kim Uetriecht (So.) Elena Vluegels (Fr.)
OCU Women's soccer is in it first year of existance. No one expected the women to do what they have done to this date. Today they defeated Johnson Bible College in the Mid-East Regional Tournament. The women move on to play Kentucky Christian Univ. in the Regional final. Winning tomorrow would mean a trip to Florida to play in the National Tournament.