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Oakland City University's Department of Athletics holds dual membership affiliation with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division II level and the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) at the Division I level.

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OCU FRESHMAN JESSE STANLEY SETS RECORD IN COLLEGIATE DEBUT

Oakland City, IN—The Oakland City University men's cross country team opened their season at Principia College on Saturday, August 30. As a team, the Oaks finished 2nd overall, besting Illinois College and Blackburn College, and trailing the host school. (more)

HANNA GUTHRIE PACES LADY OAKS TO THIRD PLACE FINISH

Oakland City, IN—The Oakland City University women's cross country team opened their season at Principia College on Saturday, August 30, squaring off against Principia, Illinois College and Blackburn College. The host school took the overall team title, while Illinois College placed second. (more)

SOPHOMORE BRITTNEY WALKER EARNS MEDALIST HONORS TWICE

Oakland City, IN—The Lady Oaks golf team opened their season at the Indiana University Golf Course, playing in the annual Battle at Bloomington, hosted by Indiana University-East. As a team, OCU shot a 415, good enough to best the host Red Wolves, while falling short of the Pomeroys of St. Mary of the Woods College. Individually, Brittney Walker earned her first collegiate victory, shooting a solid round of 89, three shots better than anyone else in the field. (more)

 

PARTICIPATION

More than 200 student athletes have been named Academic All-Americans since 1992, and more than 50 First and Second Team "On Floor/Field/Court" All-Americans have been selected since the 1980s.

In 2003-2004, Oakland City University was recognized by USA Today and the NCAA as having the highest graduation rate of any NCAA Division II college or university for African-American male athletes. In 2004-2005, the NCAA announced that Oakland City University had the highest graduation rate of any NCAA college or university in Indiana.

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RECOGNITION

In 2003-2004, Oakland City University was recognized by USA Today and the NCAA as having the highest graduation rate of any NCAA Division II college or university for African-American male athletes.

In 2004-2005, the NCAA announced that Oakland City University had the highest graduation rate of any NCAA college or university in Indiana.

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