The Ohio Christian University women's basketball team is looking to a fresh start for this season.
Men's Soccer standout Emanuel Harris was named Player of the Week by the NCCAA. They honored him with this because he scored 4 goals and 2 assists against Kentucky ChristianUniversity (KY) and had 1 goal and 3 assists against Johnson BibleCollege (TN). The last assist was the game winner with 52 seconds leftin the game in a come from behind victory. This is Emanu
The men's soccer team jumped a spot from #10 to #9 in the nation in a recent coaches poll. The jump in rankings was based on wins against regional foe's Johnson Bible College and Kentucky Christian Univ.
The Trailblazers fell on Tuesday night to rival Southern State 1-2 in double overtime. The loss markes the men to a 7-3-0 record and a 1-1-0 record in the Ohio Collegiate Athletic Conference. "We played well tostart off the game but Southern State came to play. Congrats to them for a well fought victory" remarked Coach Murton. Scoring for OCU was Freshman Chad Dobbs, his
The OCU women stepped onto the pitch on Friday for the second time in school history. What they didn't know is that they would be making history that night. In the 11th minute, Sarah Peters took a free kick that ended up in the near post corner of the goal from about 23 yards out. "What a first goal to have for this program! That was a zinger she hit and it is historical
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Ohio Christian University Women's Volleyball dropped four matches in the home tournament this past weekend to St. Catharine College (Kentucky) twice, Rochester College (Michigan), and Central Bible College (Missouri). "Injuries and sickness are still bothering our team," said Head Coach Wes Brothers.
Ohio Christian University has named Greg Bigam of Circleville as its new baseball coach.
Ohio Christian Women's Volleyball lost to Clark State Community College 22-25, 17-25, 20-25. "We had really good attitudes tonight and this helped our desire," said Head Coach Wes Brothers.
Lady Trailblazers lost to Free Will Baptist Bible College 25-16, 22-25, 22-25, 12-25. "We came out strong and put together several nice offensive series," said Head Coach Wes Brothers. "In the second set, we left the door open for Free Will and they took advantage and never looked back.