Oklahoma Christian Eagles

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Oklahoma Christian Eagles
University Oklahoma Christian University
Conference Heartland Conference
NCAA Division II
Athletic director Curtis Janz
Location Oklahoma City, OK
Varsity teams 12
Basketball arena Payne Athletic Center
Baseball stadium Dobson Baseball Field
Other arenas Dave Smith Athletic Center
Nickname Eagles
Colors Maroon and Gray
Website www.oceagles.com

The Oklahoma Christian Eagles (also OC Eagles) are the athletic teams that represent Oklahoma Christian University, located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, in NCAA Division II intercollegiate sports. The Eagles compete as members of the Heartland Conference for all 12 varsity sports.

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Five OC teams garnered NAIA National Championships before the transition to NCAA Division II: Men's Golf in 2009 and 2011, Men's Cross Country in 2011, and Men's Tennis in 2003 and 2012. In addition, numerous OC athletes won individual NAIA National Titles in Golf, Tennis, Cross Country and Track & Field. In fall 2012, Oklahoma Christian won NCCAA national championships in Men's Cross Country and Men's Golf.[1]

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