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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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WALGER'S FREE THROW EDGES BLUEFIELD STATE COLLEGE

Oakland City, IN—The Mighty Oaks found themselves trailing the Bluefield State College Blues 40-33 at halftime, but made the necessary plays down the stretch to hold on to a 77-76 victory. The win improved OCU's record to 12-3, while BSC drops to 2-14 on the year. (more)

ALICIA WILSON COMPILES FOURTH TRIPLE-DOUBLE IN WIN OVER MORTHLAND PATRIOTS

Oakland City, IN—The Lady Oaks improved to 9-5 on the year, turning a 58-14 halftime lead into a 116-42 victory over the visiting Patriots. It was OCU's seventh win in a row, and sixth time during that stretch to score over 100 points as a team. (more)

OCU MEN'S BASKETBALL DEFEAT BULLDOGS OF BOYCE COLLEGE IN LUCAS'S RETURN

Oakland City, IN—The Mighty Oaks improved to 9-3 on the season, holding off numerous runs by the visiting Boyce College Bulldogs, turning a 44-35 halftime lead into an 83-65 victory. (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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