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  • OC’s Meisch begins play in invitation-only tournament in Georgia


    ROSWELL, Ga. (June 28, 2014) – Oklahoma Christian’s Audrey Meisch began play Saturday in an invitation-only golf tournament, shooting an 11-over-par 82 in the first round of the Judson Collegiate & Legends Pro-Am Challenge. Meisch, a rising junior from Wichita, Kan., was one of the first players in the 59-woman field to tee off in the tournament at the Country Club of Roswell.  The event is being hosted by Rosie Jones, who played on the LPGA Tour for 25 years and won 13 ...

  • Former OC basketball standout Reinke signs with German pro team


    OKLAHOMA CITY (June 27, 2014) – Will Reinke isn’t done playing basketball quite yet. The former Oklahoma Christian standout, who thought he’d given up on ever again playing pro basketball, instead has signed with Gotha of the Germany Pro A League. He will report to the German team in early August. Reinke’s pro career started last summer with Aires Trikala BC in Greece, but the 6-foot-10 center from Lawton quickly left that squad and signed with CS Energia Rovinari of ...

  • 8-meet schedule on tap for Oklahoma Christian women's cross country team


    OKLAHOMA CITY (June 27, 2014) – Oklahoma Christian’s cross country teams will race in eight meets during the 2014 season, OC coach Wade Miller said Friday. OC’s men’s team is coming off a fourth-place finish at the National Christian College Athletic Association Championship last year, the third straight year the Eagles had finished in the top four at a national meet after winning the NAIA title in 2011 and the NCCAA crown in 2012. OC’s women, meanwhile, will ...

  • 8-meet schedule on tap for Oklahoma Christian men's cross country team


    OKLAHOMA CITY (June 27, 2014) – Oklahoma Christian’s cross country teams will race in eight meets during the 2014 season, OC coach Wade Miller said Friday. OC’s men’s team is coming off a fourth-place finish at the National Christian College Athletic Association Championship last year, the third straight year the Eagles had finished in the top four at a national meet after winning the NAIA title in 2011 and the NCCAA crown in 2012. OC’s women, meanwhile, will ...

  • Lady Eagles set 18-game schedule for 2014 soccer season


    OKLAHOMA CITY (June 26, 2014) – A five-game homestand to open the season and home games against the three top teams in the Heartland Conference highlight Oklahoma Christian’s 18-game women’s soccer schedule, announced Thursday by coach Randall Robison. OC will be looking to continue the momentum it generated late in the 2013 campaign, when the Lady Eagles won two of their last three games to finish with a 4-12-2 record. All but one of OC’s 18 games in 2014 will be ...

  • All-City selection James signs to play baseball at Oklahoma Christian

    OKLAHOMA CITY (June 26, 2014) – Carson James, who led Putnam City North to a berth in the Class 6A tournament this spring, has signed a letter of intent to play college baseball at Oklahoma Christian, OC coach Lonny Cobble said Thursday. James, an infielder, earned Big All-City honors from The Oklahoman after hitting .352 with three home runs and 42 RBIs this season for Putnam City North, which finished 21-19. James also received honorable mention on the newspaper’s All-State team. ...

  • Games against SNU, Harding highlight Eagles’ 2014 soccer schedule


    OKLAHOMA CITY (June 26, 2014) – Oklahoma Christian’s first-ever soccer game against sister school Harding (Ark.) and a renewal of the Eagles’ long rivalry with Southern Nazarene highlight OC 2014 schedule, announced Thursday by coach David Scott. All of OC’s 14 games will come against NCAA Division II opponents as the university continues its transition into Division II. The Eagles are looking to bounce back after going 4-11-1 last season. The schedule will include ...

  • OC alumni buck trend with another giving record


    Alumni participation rates are going down nationwide. Fewer and fewer graduates are giving back to their alma maters each year … except at Oklahoma Christian. In 2012-2013, Eagles bucked the trend through Homeward. A record-shattering 1,479 grad givers grew OC’s alumni participation base by more than 500 and rocketed Oklahoma Christian past the national average.This success presented a tough question for 2013-2014: “Could the Homeward lightning strike twice?”“A ...

  • Former OC baseball standout Coshow earns promotion in Yankees’ farm system


    CHARLESTON, S.C. (June 19, 2014) – Former Oklahoma Christian pitcher Cale Coshow is moving up in the New York Yankees’ minor-league system. The Yankees this week promoted Coshow from the Staten Island Yankees, their short-season Class A affiliate in the New York-Penn League, to their long-season Class A affiliate, the Charleston RiverDogs of the South Atlantic League. Coshow reported to Charleston on Thursday. “I’m just taking it day by day,” Coshow said. “I...

  • Texas prep standout Reed to run for Oklahoma Christian cross country team

    LEWISVILLE, Texas (June 19, 2014) – Ben Reed, a standout runner at Flower Mound Marcus High School, will run on Oklahoma Christian’s cross country team starting with the 2014 season, OC coach Wade Miller said Thursday. Reed has recorded personal-best times of 4:28.9 in the 1,600 meters, 9:56.6 in the 3,200 meters and 16:48 in the 5,000 meters for cross country. “Ben comes from a very successful program at Marcus and I am thrilled that he is coming here next year,” ...