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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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2017 CCNIT FINAL RESULTS

Oakland City, IN—Seventh Place Game - Toccoa Falls def. Queen City Christian 110-85 (Box Score)
Fifth Place Game - Morthland College def. Ecclesia College 97-94 2OT (Box Score)
Third Place Game - Yellowstone Christian def. Rhema College 94-83 (Box Score)
Championship Game - Southwestern Adventist def. Oakland City 89-78 (Box Score)
(Tournament Program)

MIGHTY OAKS UNABLE TO OVERCOME FIRST HALF WOES, FALL TO SOUTHWESTERN ADVENTIST IN CCNIT CHAMPIONSHIP

Oakland City, IN—The Mighty Oaks fell to the Knights of Southwestern Adventist University (Keene, Texas) in the championship game of the 2017 Christian College National Invitational Tournament, 89-78. (more)

SHAMELL, JELLISON AND PILANT HONORED AS LADY OAKS WIN ON SENIOR DAY

Oakland City, IN—The Lady Oaks hosted the Lady Falcons of Kansas Christian College today, in the Johnson Center, for senior day, recognizing the three OCU seniors, Rashawnda Shamell, Chelsea Jellison, and Kelsey Pilant. After opening a 65-19 halftime lead, OCU won 121-47, improving to 17-6 on the season. (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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