Ohio Christian University Trailblazers fell to Mt. Vernon Nazarene Cougars 72 to 84. The game was as good as it gets for the fans of the Trailblazers. There were multiple lead changes and many highlight plays. Due to foul trouble late in the first half the Cougars made a late half run going into the locker room up 41 to 30.
The Lady Trailblazers came out blazing on Wednesday, jumping to an early first half lead of 24-5. But foul trouble plagued the OCU women, and the Lady Hilltoppers fought their way back with a run of their own. Ohio Christian had a 33-27 lead at halftime, and their pressure was too much for OU-Chillicothe in the second half, as they won 78-53. The Lady Trailblazers had a balanc
Ohio Christian University Men's Basketball team started the season this weekend with their annual Tip-Off Tournament. The Trailblazers won both contests. Friday night OCU faced Clark State and won 76 to 56. On Saturday, the Trailblazers went on to defeat Wright State Lake, 88 to 75. All-American senior guard Stefan Vasiloff started right where he left off a year ago.
The Mid-East Region Champs, OCU was seeding #7 for the up and coming NCCAA National tournament. Their draw is 2-time defending National Champs Manhattan Christian College. MCC has been a force in the NCCAA of late but that doesn't concern Coach Murton. "We want to be the best, so we have to play the best. It doesn't concern me at all.
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
On Saturday, October 31st at 3:30pm, Ohio Christian University celebrated their first Regional Tournament Champion in school history when the men's soccer team downed Johnson Bible College 5-2.
OCU Men were honored by the Mid-East Region Coaches after a successful season. Four players were selected 1st team: Emanuel Harris (So.) Dave Blamo (Fr.) Kevin Street (Jr.) Stu Hostetter (So.) Selected to the 2nd team was: Jimmy Galvan (So.) Dexter Chapman (So.) Taylor Ryan (Fr.) OCU was als
OCU Men came into the Regional Tournament as the #1 seed. They did so a year ago also, but were beaten by Johnson Bible College in a tough loss. This year they played Appalachian Bible College and defeated them 3-1 in OCU men's first regional tournament win in school history. OCU scored 3 first half goals by Chad Dobbs, Dave Blamo and Dexter Chapman to enjoy a comfortable lead
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.