CIRCLEVILLE, OH - For the first time ever, Ohio Christian University had four athletes receive Student-Athlete of the Week honors in the same week from the NCCAA National Office.  Olivia Davis, Aubri Paugh, Katelyn Danner, and Bryon Davis all recieved national recgnition this for their great individual performances.  The four OCU athletes will receive a certificate in the mail along with an NCCAA Player of the Week shirt.

Olivia Davis, sophomore middle hitter from Ohio Christian University, had a stand out week. She played a huge win in our upset against Kentucky Christian University Rivalry. Olivia averaged 2.9 Kills a game with a 45% Hitting Ratio this week. Contributing to the Defense, she averaged 1.09 Blocks per game, and added 1.8 digs a game while playing all the way around.

Katelyn Danner, sophomore forward from Ohio Christian University, led the team to its first win in school history over Shawnee State (NAIA) with three goals and an assist. She followed that up with 2 goals against Berea College (NAIA) a few days later.

Aubri Paugh, sophomore defender from Ohio Christian University, led our defense against a very strong offensive team in Shawnee State (NAIA) in a 5-4 win and helped shut out Berea College (NAIA) 2-0 and only held them to 2 shots all game.

Bryon Davis, junior goal keeper from Ohio Christian University, compiled 11 saves and gave up only 1 goal in over 196 minutes of play against 2 NAIA opponents. He earned a shutout in the 2-0 win over Berea. The 1-0 lost was to Georgetown in double overtime.