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CIRCLEVILLE, OH - Ohio Christian University Head Men's Basketball Coach Casey Coons was inducted into the Taylor University Athletics Hall of Fame this past Saturday, joining the Class of 2019 that also included Molly Currens, Tanya Crevier, Rick Atkinson, and Tyler Beachler. Coons was a member of the Trojan's basketball team as a player from 2009-2013 and later served as an assistant coach for the program. 

Articles of Interest

Wesley Russel Basketball Pic

Alumni Return to Play at Homecoming

Wesley Russel Basketball Pic

Published: October 16, 2019

Ohio Christian University is excited to host their annual Men’s and Women’s Alumni Basketball games during Homecoming
Ohio Christian University is excited to host their annual Men’s and Women’s Alumni Basketball games during Homecoming
Ohio Christian University is excited to host their annual Men’s and Women’s Alumni Basketball games during Homecoming
Ohio Christian to Recognize Alumni at Trailblazer Celebration image

Ohio Christian to Recognize Alumni at Trailblazer Celebration

Ohio Christian to Recognize Alumni at Trailblazer Celebration image

Published: October 16, 2019

As part of Ohio Christian University Homecoming
As part of Ohio Christian University Homecoming
As part of Ohio Christian University Homecoming

Archived Articles of Interest

Local Heroes Honored for Saving OCU Student's Life  image

Local Heroes Honored for Saving OCU Student's Life

Local Heroes Honored for Saving OCU Student's Life  image

Published: November 13, 2015

The quick action of staff members and first responders saved an Ohio Christian University (OCU) athlete’s life and their actions were recognized at a ceremony on Thursday. On August 25, Katelynn Ising, 21, of Groveport, had just finished a drill during soccer practice and had stepped off the field when she went into cardiac arrest.   The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office and the Circleville Fire Department recognized Tyler Payne, chief of OCU security; Nicole Lewis, OCU athletic trainer and Justin Schleich, deputy sheriff, with a plaque for their efforts in saving Ising’s life
The quick action of staff members and first responders saved an Ohio Christian University (OCU) athlete’s life and their actions were recognized at a ceremony on Thursday. On August 25, Katelynn Ising, 21, of Groveport, had just finished a drill during soccer practice and had stepped off the field when she went into cardiac arrest.   The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office and the
The quick action of staff members and first responders saved an Ohio Christian University (OCU) athlete’s life and their actions were recognized at a ceremony on Thursday. On August 25, Katelynn
Cougars edge Trailblazers 58-47 image

Cougars edge Trailblazers 58-47

Cougars edge Trailblazers 58-47 image

Published: November 13, 2015