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  • Kloesel named as graduate assistant coach for OC men’s basketball


    OKLAHOMA CITY (Aug. 6, 2014) – Ryan Kloesel, a program assistant for Oklahoma Christian’s men’s basketball team the past three seasons, will serve as a graduate assistant coach for the Eagles during the 2014-15 campaign, OC head coach Dan Hays said Wednesday. Kloesel, from Norman, graduated from OC in April with a bachelor’s degree in social studies education. After working on his master’s degree, he eventually wants to become a teacher of U.S. history and a high ...

  • Cross country power OC lands atop preseason Heartland Conference poll


    WACO, Texas (Aug. 5, 2014) – Oklahoma Christian’s recent success in cross country – which includes two national titles in the past three years – has made believers throughout the Heartland Conference. In the Eagles’ first season of eligibility for the NCAA Division II conference’s preseason poll, OC finished atop the poll in the nine-team league. That’s a sign the Heartland’s coaches and sports information directors – who vote on the poll &...

  • Heartland Conference preseason men’s soccer poll has Eagles 8th


    WACO, Texas (Aug. 5, 2014) – Oklahoma Christian was picked eighth in the Heartland Conference’s preseason men’s soccer poll, which was released this week by the NCAA Division II league. The Eagles finished an injury-plagued 2013 campaign with a 4-11-1 overall record and a 2-7 mark in conference play, but they have nine starters returning. St. Edward’s (Texas) topped the poll of conference coaches and sports information directors, receiving 14 first-place votes and 157 ...

  • Lady Eagles picked 8th in Heartland women’s soccer preseason poll


    WACO, Texas (Aug. 4, 2014) – Oklahoma Christian was picked eighth in the preseason Heartland Conference women’s soccer poll, which was released Monday. OC finished 4-12-2 overall and 2-6-1 in conference play last season, but the Lady Eagles closed strong, winning two of their last three games – against Newman (Kan.) and Texas-Permian Basin – and taking the league’s third-place squad, Lubbock Christian (Texas), to overtime before falling in the season finale. OC ...

  • OC picked to finish 6th in Heartland Conference women’s cross country


    WACO, Texas (Aug. 4, 2014) – Oklahoma Christian’s women’s cross country team finished sixth in the Heartland Conference’s preseason poll, which was released Monday. Coaches and sports information directors from the nine league schools that compete in women’s cross country voted in the poll. OC received 85 total points in the poll, including four first-place votes. OC’s team score wasn’t kept at last year’s conference meet, but if it had, the Lady...

  • Led by baseball, softball and women’s XC, OC ties for Heartland’s top athletic GPA


    WACO, Texas (Aug. 4, 2014) – Oklahoma Christian finished the 2013-14 school year atop the Heartland Conference in an important category – overall grade-point average by its student-athletes. The NCAA Division II conference has released the results of its annual survey of GPAs of league members and OC finished tied with Newman (Kan.) for the best overall athletic department GPA at 3.29. OC’s women’s teams posted the league’s highest overall GPA, at 3.40, while the ...

  • Ryan joins OC women’s soccer staff as student assistant coach


    OKLAHOMA CITY (Aug. 4, 2014) – Former Oklahoma Christian women’s soccer standout Addie Ryan is back with the Lady Eagles’ program. Ryan, who completed her playing eligibility with the 2013 season, will serve as a student assistant coach during the upcoming campaign, OC head coach Randall Robison said Monday. “I am very excited to have Addie join us on the coaching staff this fall,” Robison said. “She has been a huge part of this program as a player. I am ...

  • OC’s Meisch shines for Kansas squad at Fore State Championship


    AFTON, Okla. (Aug. 1, 2014) – Oklahoma Christian’s Audrey Meisch capped a successful summer with a strong showing for the Kansas squad this week at the annual Fore State Championship. The rising junior from Wichita, Kan., won two matches and halved another, earning 2½ of the 10 points recorded by the Kansas team in the invitation-only event, during which amateur women’s golfers from Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma compete for team honors. The Fore State ...

  • Oklahoma Christian track and field team to add Deer Creek’s Huslig


    EDMOND, Okla. (Aug. 1, 2014) – One of Oklahoma’s finest track and field athletes soon will wear an Oklahoma Christian uniform. Landon Huslig, a three-time Class 5A state champion as a senior at Deer Creek High School in Edmond, has signed a letter of intent to compete collegiately at Oklahoma Christian, OC coach Randy Heath said Friday. Huslig, who was named as The Oklahoman’s Big All-City track and field athlete of the year, will compete in hurdle events and on 4x100-meter ...

  • 2-time NCCAA relay champion Miller transfers to Oklahoma Christian


    OKLAHOMA CITY (July 31, 2014) – Kentrell Miller, who was part of two national-championship relay teams while at Southern Nazarene, has transferred to Oklahoma Christian for his senior season of eligibility, OC track and field coach Randy Heath said Thursday. Miller, who’s from Oklahoma City, graduated with a bachelor’s degree from SNU earlier this year. Under NCAA rules, a student-athlete who has earned his bachelor’s degree and still has a season of eligibility ...