Chandler was born on December 29, 1935, in Cushing, Oklahoma. He left the earth to be with his beloved wife, Pat, only five weeks after her passing.
Mike Stamp and Jacob Keen, film production seniors, were filming an anti-DUI public service announcements when a drunk driver almost hit Stamp.
Student writes letter to editors regarding their opinion on felons being accepted into OCU.
Holly Moye has been named director of the school of visual arts. She will join the faculty Jan. 23.
Trustee Ann Simmons Alspaugh passed away in her home Sept. 20. Alspaugh was the mother of three, the grandmother of seven, an executive, a community leader, a patron of the arts, and a philanthropist.
The baseball team fell from the Sooner Athletic Conference baseball tournament after 12-8 loss to Texas Wesleyan on May 7 at Jim Wade Stadium.
Catherine Maninger, interim chief financial officer, is the new vice president for business operations and CFO.
Construction for the locker room building began in early March and the completion date is set for early June. The two-story building will house 48 locker rooms, offices for coaches and a common area for players to lounge and study in.
Student Publications won first place in every category for the 2015 edition of The Constellation yearbook at this year’s Oklahoma Collegiate Media Association (OCMA) conference in Stillwater. The staff also won multiple awards for The Campus newspaper.
Juniors Natalia Hinojo and Cody Pfau and Freshman Becka Leathers won individual titles in the Women’s College Wrestling Association Championships on Feb. 13.
Shafer was born Nov. 3, 1995 in Tulsa, Okla., to Terry and Elizabeth Shafer. He was the younger brother to Tarabeth Shafer. He died Feb. 11 in Tulsa.
Senior Runner Arya Bahreini posted a qualifying time for the U.S. Olympic Trials marathon in the Jacksonville Bank Marathon on Jan. 3.
Bonhomme compiled 24.5 points, 3.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 3.50 steals per game in OCU’s two games over the past week. Bonhomme reeled in OCU’s first SAC men’s basketball player of the week nod of the season.
Oklahoma City University alumna Elia Folch has turned professional on the Ladies European Tour Access Series.
The women’s basketball team defeated Bacone 91-59 on Thursday at the Palmer Center in the first game between the two schools.
The men’s basketball team won their opening Sooner Athletic Conference game of the season against Bacone 91-77 on Jan. 7 at the Palmer Center.
The women’s wrestling team advanced past the NWCA National Duals quarterfinals with a 29-10 rout of Lindenwood (Mo.) Jan. 8 at Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.
The Stars, ranked seventh in NAIA wrestling, racked up wins over 18th-ranked Cumberland and 16th-ranked Midland (Neb.) 37-13 on Jan. 8. Second-ranked Indiana Tech knocked OCU into the consolations 24-18.
The men’s basketball team looks to exceed projections for the 2015-16 season. The Sooner Athletic Conference preseason men’s basketball poll has OCU slotted to finish sixth in the SAC conference this year.
OCU will employ multi-skilled athletes in an effort to contend back-to-back national conference title wins in women’s basketball. The Stars, who will be in their first season with Coach Bo Overton, were picked to take second in the Sooner Athletic Conference and placed at seventh in the preseason top 25.
The Blue team tallied two technical falls and five decisions to beat the black team 25-13 in the Black-Blue Ranking Matches Thursday Oct. 29 at Abe Lemons Arena. The OCU men’s wrestling team begins the season ranked second in the NAIA, the highest ranking ever in school history. “We are a really well balanced team,”…
The volleyball team posted a 25-12, 25-17, 25-19 win over Southwestern Assemblies of God (Texas) on Saturday at the Sheaffer Center. Sophomore Manon Soraru topped OCU with 14 kills. The Stars improved to 17-7, 12-2 in Sooner Athletic Conference volleyball action. Soraru notched her first double-double of the season as she had 13 digs as well…
The men’s golf team closed out the fall season by winning the Southern Plains Intercollegiate on Tuesday Oct. 27 at Gaillardia Country Club. The team, ranked third in NAIA men’s golf, took its third tournament title in four starts this fall. The Stars turned in a 288-297-288–873 on the par-72, 7,018-yard course. OCU rallied from…
The men’s soccer team won against Wayland Baptist University (Texas) 2-0 on Wednesday Oct. 28 at J.V. Hilliard Field. Junior midfielder Fabian Henningsen and freshman defender Henrik Verolet each scored a goal against Wayland Baptist. OCU improved to 6-8 and 6-2 in Sooner Athletic Conference men’s soccer. Henningsen’s goal came in the 29th minute off…
The women’s soccer team lost its first Sooner Athletic Conference game of the season to Wayland Baptist University (Texas) 1-0 on Wednesday Oct. 28 at J.V. Hilliard Field. The loss snapped freshman goalkeeper Kirsten Thomas’s five game shutout streak. Thomas recorded four saves and moved to 9-4-1 on the season. The Stars, ranked 23rd in…
Alumna Emily Webster will be honored as the person of the year by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Missouri Chapter Oct. 25 at the Holiday Inn Executive Center. Webster, originally from Sedalia, Mo., finished her OCU career with four 101-pound Women’s College Wrestling Association national championships and a 118-0 record. Webster is sharing the…