Saultz Tradition Continues as Keightley Saultz Joins Women's Soccer

CIRCLEVILLE, OH - The name, "Saultz" has been a household name in the 30 year history of OCU Soccer.  The legacy will continue on as Keightly Saultz recently signed her letter of intent to play soccer at OCU.  She made her commitment in the Maxwell Leadership Center alongside her family in a special ceremony.

Her father, Randy Saultz, was an NCCAA Soccer All-American for OCU in 1984 and 1985.  In April of 2013, he was inducted into the OCU Athletic Hall of Fame for his impact on the OCU Men's Soccer Program.

She will be joining her older sister, Karissa, who is a standout returning player for OCU Women's Soccer.  Karissa took home All-Region and OCSA All-Ohio honors this past season.

Keightley comes to OCU after a strong prep career at Mechanicsburg High School in Pennsylvania.

Head Coach Josh Murton is excited about the addition of Keightley to the team.  "She is a pleasant young lady who I have been excited about because of her kindness towards others.  On the field she will make a big impact on our program by helping us possess and move the ball around quickly."

Saultz joins a recharged OCU Women's Soccer Program that is seeking out their first Regional Championship this Fall.