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NAIA Cancels Remainder of 2020 Spring Sport Seasons, Effective Immediately image

NAIA Cancels Remainder of 2020 Spring Sport Seasons, Effective Immediately

NAIA Cancels Remainder of 2020 Spring Sport Seasons, Effective Immediately image

Published: March 16, 2020

CIRCLEVILLE, OH - In accordance with the River States Conference (RSC) and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) National Office's announcement earlier today, Ohio Christian University has cancelled the remainder of all 2020 RSC spring sports seasons, effective immediately. Affected sports are baseball, men's and women's golf, softball, men's and women's tennis and men's and women's outdoor track and field. More information is available in the NAIA's release included below. NAIA CANCELS SPRING SPORTS SEASON 2020KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The National Association of
CIRCLEVILLE, OH - In accordance with the River States Conference (RSC) and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) National Office's announcement earlier today, Ohio Christian University has cancelled the remainder of all 2020 RSC spring sports seasons, effective immediately. Affected sports are baseball, men's and women's golf, softball, men's and women's tennis and men
CIRCLEVILLE, OH - In accordance with the River States Conference (RSC) and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) National Office's announcement earlier today, Ohio Christian
RIVER STATES CONFERENCE COVID-19 UPDATE image

RIVER STATES CONFERENCE COVID-19 UPDATE

RIVER STATES CONFERENCE COVID-19 UPDATE image

Published: March 13, 2020

MIDDLETOWN, Ohio -- The River States Conference has suspended all athletic related activities including all competition, informal or organized practice, and participation in NAIA championships effective March 13 at noon through March 31st.  Further direction will be provided as soon as it is available. For the health and safety of RSC student-athletes, coaches, support staff, and the general public, the RSC Commissioner and Council of Presidents feel this is the best course of action at this time. The RSC will continue to monitor COVID-19 developments, and leadership will work closely
MIDDLETOWN, Ohio -- The River States Conference has suspended all athletic related activities including all competition, informal or organized practice, and participation in NAIA championships effective March 13 at noon through March 31st.  Further direction will be provided as soon as it is available. For the health and safety of RSC student-athletes, coaches, support staff, and the general
MIDDLETOWN, Ohio -- The River States Conference has suspended all athletic related activities including all competition, informal or organized practice, and participation in NAIA championships

Archived Articles of Interest

Battle Over Books Hosted at Maxwell Center image

Battle Over Books Hosted at Maxwell Center

Battle Over Books Hosted at Maxwell Center image

Published: June 8, 2015

          There is rarely a lack of youthful exuberance on OCU’s campus, especially once warmer temperatures arrive, but this spring the mood heightened even more as OCU hosted Battle Over Books for the first time in the event’s six-year history. Battle Over Books is a fierce, yet friendly, set of competitions among local middle and high school student teams: complete with buzzers and lighting rounds          Nearly 60 high school students participated in the April 10th competition, representing Circleville, Logan, Logan Elm, Teays Valley and Westfall schools. The May 11th middle
          There is rarely a lack of youthful exuberance on OCU’s campus, especially once warmer temperatures arrive, but this spring the mood heightened even more as OCU hosted Battle Over Books for the first time in the event’s six-year history. Battle Over Books is a fierce, yet friendly, set of competitions among local middle and high school student teams: complete with buzzers and
          There is rarely a lack of youthful exuberance on OCU’s campus, especially once warmer temperatures arrive, but this spring the mood heightened even more as OCU hosted Battle Over Books
OCU Professor Leads Student Research Teams in Ghana, West Africa image

OCU Professor Leads Student Research Teams in Ghana, West Africa

OCU Professor Leads Student Research Teams in Ghana, West Africa image

Published: June 26, 2014

Teams of students led by Prof. Matt Decker, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Counseling, are gaining valuable experience in the field. Last year nine OCU students joined Prof. Decker on a research trip to Ghana, West Africa. Their goal was to research rates of mental health symptoms among West Africans and to assess the level of Psychological Flexibility among Ghanaians. In May 2014, Decker and 12 OCU undergraduates returned to Ghana to continue the research and practice the skills they’ve learned in the classroom. Prof. Decker uses the research trips to teach students interview
Teams of students led by Prof. Matt Decker, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Counseling, are gaining valuable experience in the field. Last year nine OCU students joined Prof. Decker on a research trip to Ghana, West Africa. Their goal was to research rates of mental health symptoms among West Africans and to assess the level of Psychological Flexibility among Ghanaians. In May 2014,
Teams of students led by Prof. Matt Decker, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Counseling, are gaining valuable experience in the field. Last year nine OCU students joined Prof. Decker on a
Amanda Grooms surrounded by family and friends at her suprise commencement celebration at Grant Medical Center

OCU held surprise commencement for hospitalized student

Amanda Grooms surrounded by family and friends at her suprise commencement celebration at Grant Medical Center

Published: April 22, 2014

Amanda Grooms, a now mom of four, expected to walk across the stage and graduate with her bachelor’s degree from Ohio Christian University last weekend. However, complications resulted in her being hospitalized on bed-rest for the duration of her pregnancy, so she was unable to realize her dream of walking at graduation. Knowing how important it was to her, a group of Ohio Christian University officials secretly planned a surprise mini-commencement at Grant Medical Center on Friday, April 22. A teary-eyed Amanda entered a packed-room full of her family, friends, and co-workers. She
Amanda Grooms, a now mom of four, expected to walk across the stage and graduate with her bachelor’s degree from Ohio Christian University last weekend. However, complications resulted in her being hospitalized on bed-rest for the duration of her pregnancy, so she was unable to realize her dream of walking at graduation. Knowing how important it was to her, a group of Ohio Christian
Amanda Grooms, a now mom of four, expected to walk across the stage and graduate with her bachelor’s degree from Ohio Christian University last weekend. However, complications resulted in her being