CIRCLEVILLE, OH - Erin Dillow is the latest addition to OCU women's soccer. Dillow finalized the transfer process this past week and announced her decision on Monday in the Maxwell Leadership Center alongside her mother and OCU head coach, Josh Murton.
"I decided to transfer to Ohio Christian Unviersity because I wanted to be in a Christian environment and once you get here it is easy to fall in love with the beautiful campus," states Dillow. "I do like that it is close to home and I feel like that I will fit in really well with the style of play."
Dillow was an NCCAA All-American at Kentucky Christian last season where she led the Knights with 23 points in 13 games as a junior. Her 9 goals and 5 assists led KCU with a 1.77 points per game average. Dillow helped lead KCU to the Mid-East Region Championship as a freshman in 2012.
Coach Josh Murton has high expectations for Dillow. "Erin is going to be a great addition to our program as we look to take the next step this year. She has been a tough opponent for us to face each of the last two years against us and we are glad to see her wearing OCU blue this Fall."
Erin joins a reloaded OCU program that is coming off of their very first Regional Championship and NCCAA National Tournament appearance in 2013.