February 2011

Ohio Christian University Opens New Office in Lancaster, Ohio

Ohio Christian University officials hope a new office at Sixth Avenue and Memorial Drive in Lancaster will further inform residents about the associate and bachelor's degree programs the university offers locally.

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Trailblazers win Regional Championship

Trailblazers Win 2011 Regional Championship

Ohio Christian University Men's basketball team punch their fourth straight National Appearance ticket with a win over Kentucky Christian University on Saturday 97 - 90.

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Men's Soccer Sign Goal Keeper from GCC

The Men's soccer program signed it's second recruit of the off-season and they went to a familiar place, Grove City Christian.  Sam Hatfield was the starting goal keeper at GCC for the past 3 years starting over 40 games.  Sam follows former GCC grad Josh Slone to OCU.  "Sam will help bring more competition in a spot where we have lived with only one goal keeper my first 3 years. Read more »

Lady Blazers - OCAC Champions

The Lady Trailblazers won their second consecutive Ohio Collegiate Athletic Conference championship this weekend, with several of the women earning All-Conference honors. Kaity Wyeth was named Freshman of the Year. Read more »

Men's Soccer Sign 1st Recruit of 2012 Season

OCU Men's soccer added their first recruit of 2012, a transfer from Marygrove College in Detroit, Michigan, Asny (AC) Gracelein.  AC is originally from Lauderhill, Florida where he graduated from Northwest High School.  He was the team MVP in 2010 in which Northwest HS won the District Championship.  He was also named Defensive Player of the Month, twice.  He also play club Read more »

Win Gives Blazers No. 1 Seed In Regionals

Coach Curtis Christopher couldn't help but worry about how the Ohio Christian Trailblazers would fare in crunch time on Tuesday when guard Tirrell Cumberland had to leave the game with an injury.

"I was wondering how our team would rally after Tirrell went out after hurting his nose," Christopher said. Read more »

Top-Ranked Lady Blazers Falter to KCU

With nine minutes to go, the top-ranked Trailblazers trailed Kentucky Christian by two points.

Then, the Knights went off. KCU drained four three-pointers down the stretch and closed the game on a 35-11 run to defeat the Trailblazers 95-69.

"For about the first 30 minutes when Kentucky Christian made a big play we answered with a big play of our own," OCU coach Mandy Wray said. Read more »

OCU Faculty Earn Doctorates

Ohio Christian University seeks qualified faculty of the highest caliber. In the fall semester, four OCU faculty earned doctorates. Congratulations to Drs. Jacob Dodson, Sylvia McDonald, David Uhl, and Kelvin Webb. These faculty lead the way in demonstrating life-long learning for their students. Read more »

OCU Student is Published

Jermaine WilsonOhio Christian University student Jermaine R. Wilson contributed an article for the magazine publication The Christian Outlook: News and Views from a Biblical Perspective.  His article titled "These Are Our Fathers:  A Tribute to Our Leaders" is published in the January/February 2011 edition. Business Department Chair David Garrison congratulated Wilson on his article, "Jermaine's article shows his unique drive to contribute to his chosen field of study and his faith." Read more »

Lady Blazers Knock off UC-Clermont

The OCU women's basketball team hosted UC-Clermont on Wednesday night for a battle for the #1 seed in the OCAC (Ohio Collegiate Athletic Conference).  In a close game, the Lady Blazers came out on top, by a final score of 83-77.  Senior guard Danielle Fleming led the Lady Blazers with 24 points and 14 rebounds.  Freshmen Kaity Wyeth and Kendra Blair chipped in 11 points each, whi Read more »