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Welcome to the Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association

The Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association is one of the oldest and most prestigious college soccer associations in the nation. The OCSA represents all National Collegiate Athletic Association divisions (NCAA), all National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics divisions (NAIA) and all National Junior College Athletic Association divisions (NJCAA) in Ohio.

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NSCAA releases October 14 national rankings

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has released the October 14 Continental Tire/NSCAA Men's and Women's rankings.

NSCAA releases October 7 national rankings

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has released the October 7 Continental Tire/NSCAA Men's and Women's rankings.

NSCAA releases September 30 national rankings

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has released the September 30 Continental Tire/NSCAA Men's and Women's rankings.

NSCAA releases September 23 national rankings

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has released the September 23 Continental Tire/NSCAA Men's and Women's rankings.

NSCAA releases September 16 national rankings

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has released the September 16 Continental Tire/NSCAA Men's and Women's rankings.

NSCAA releases September 9 national rankings

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has released the September 9 Continental Tire/NSCAA Men's and Women's rankings.

NSCAA releases September 2 national rankings

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has released the September 2 Continental Tire/NSCAA Men's and Women's rankings.

NSCAA releases 2014 preseason rankings

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has released the 2014 preseason Continental Tire/NSCAA Men's and Women's rankings. 

OCSA announces its 2013 All-Ohio and Academic All-Ohio teams

The Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association has released its 2013 All-Ohio and Academic All-Ohio teams. Click here for the OCSA All-Ohio teams. Click here for the OCSA Academic All-Ohio teams.

OCSA announces its 2013 Coaches of the Year

The Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association has released its 2013 Coaches of the Year honorees. Congratulations to the following coaches - Jared Embick (University of Akron Division I men), Patrick Ferguson (Wright State University Division I women), Scott Morrissey (University of Rio Grande Division II/NAIA/NCCAA men), Mike Shiels (Notre Dame College Division II/NAIA/NCCAA women), Blake New (Oberlin College Division III men), Chris Kouns (Capital University Division III women) and Mike Combs (Cincinnati State University Junior College men).

19 Ohio schools earn NSCAA Ethics Award

Congratulations to the 19 Ohio teams who earned the NSCAA Ethics Award in 2013! Women's Gold: Muskingum – Mary Beth Caudill, Oberlin – Dan Palmer. Women's Silver: Cedarville – John McGillivray, Cincinnati Christian – Keith Combs, Cincinnati State – Wil Cagle, Hiram – Bob Dean, Kenyon – Kelly Bryan, Notre Dame of Ohio – Mike Shiels, Ohio Dominican – Jonathan Meade, Ohio Northern – Mark Batman, Ohio – Aaron Rodgers, Toledo – Brad Evans, Wilmington – Steve Spirk, Wittenberg – Matt Fannon. Women's Bronze: Baldwin Wallace – Reid Ayers, Cleveland – Derrek Falor. Men's Silver: Cedarville – Brett Faro. Men's Bronze: Ohio Northern – Brent Ridenour, Xavier – Andy Fleming.

42 Ohio schools earn NSCAA Team Academic Award

Congratulations to the 42 Ohio teams who earned the NSCAA Team Academic Award for achieving a 3.0 or better the 2012-13 academic year! DI Women: Akron, Bowling Green, Cleveland State, Dayton, Kent State, Miami, Ohio, Ohio State, Toledo, Xavier. DI Men: Akron, Bowling Green, Dayton, Xavier. DII Women: Cedarville, Ohio Dominican, Notre Dame, Tiffin. DII Men: Cedarville, Notre Dame. NAIA Women: Mount Vernon Nazarene. DIII Women: Baldwin Wallace, Bluffton, Capital, Case Western, Hiram, John Carroll, Kenyon, Oberlin, Ohio Northern, Ohio Wesleyan, Wilmington, Wittenberg, Wooster. DIII Men: Baldwin Wallace, Bluffton, Case Western, Oberlin, Ohio Northern, Ohio Wesleyan, Wilmington, Wooster.

NSCAA releases final 2013 national rankings

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has released the final Continental Tire/NSCAA Men's and Women's rankings for the week of December 17. 

Capital women fall in 2013 NCAA Division III National Semifinals

The Capital women's soccer team saw its record-setting run in the NCAA Division III Tournament come to an end in a 1-0 setback against No. 3 William Smith (N.Y.) in a national semifinal at Toyota Field. [more]

NSCAA Announces the 2013 Men's and Women's All-America and All-Region Teams

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America has announced the Men's and Women's All-America and All-Region Teams for all three NCAA divisions. Click here to view.

Coach Mike Tucker and Coach Bobby Kramig honored at Crew game

OCSAThe Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association presented its 2013 Honor Awards at Columbus Crew Stadium on Saturday, June 1.

The honor recipients were the University of Dayton head women’s coach Mike Tucker and Miami University head women’s coach Bobby Kramig.

Tucker is a four-time Atlantic 10 Women’s Soccer Coach of the Year, the 2009 NSCAA Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year and finalist for the 2009 National Coach of the Year. As head coach at Dayton for the past 18 years, Tucker is the Flyer’s all-time wins leader in women’s soccer history with a record of 268-91-25. His astounding career conference mark of 143-26-9 is an A-10 record .829 winning percentage. This season his Flyers led the nation in scoring offense with 2.9 goals per game.

Under Kramig’s leadership, Miami has won two MAC regular-season championships and four MAC Tournament titles, appeared in a league-record six MAC Tournament championship games, and made four NCAA Tournament appearances, including three first-round wins. Kramig, who set a school and MAC record with a 20-win season in 2012, was recognized as the NSCAA Great Lakes Regional Coach of the Year and OCSA Coach of the Year. Kramig has been named MAC Coach of the Year three times (twice with Miami's men's team).

Photo ID L-R - OCSA President and Muskingum women's soccer coach Mary Beth Caudill, Bobby Kramig, Crew Cat, Mike Tucker, Crew Brand Ambassador Frankie Hejduk

OCSA announces its 2012 All-Ohio and Academic All-Ohio teams

The Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association has released its 2012 All-Ohio and Academic All-Ohio teams. Click here for the OCSA All-Ohio teams. Click here for the OCSA Academic All-Ohio teams.

OCSA announces its 2012 Coaches of the Year

The Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association has released its 2012 Coaches of the Year honorees. Congratulations to the following coaches - Andy Fleming (Xavier University Division I men), Bobby Kramig (Miami University Division I women), Scott Morrissey (University of Rio Grande Division II/NAIA/NCCAA men), Johnathan Meade (Ohio Dominican University Division II/NAIA/NCCAA women), Brent Ridenour (Ohio Northern University Division III men), Mark Batman (Ohio Northern University Division III women) and Mike Combs (Cincinnati State University Junior College men).

NSCAA releases 2012 final national rankings

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has released the final Continental Tire/NSCAA Men's and Women's rankings for the week of December 11. 

Ohio Northern men fall in 2012 NCAA Division III National Championship Game against Messiah

The No. 5 Ohio Northern men's soccer team fell by a 5-1 score to No. 1 Messiah (Pa.) in the NCAA III Tournament Championship on Saturday afternoon at Blossom Soccer Field in San Antonio, Texas. [more]

Ohio Wesleyan men win 2011 NCAA Division III National Championship

Ohio Wesleyan beat Calvin 2-1 to win the NCAA Division III National Championship in San Antonio, Texas. [more]