For the seventh consecutive semester, Oakland led the Horizon League with 147 student-athletes meeting Honor Roll criteria
For the sixth consecutive semester, Oakland led the Horizon League with 126 student-athletes meeting Honor Roll criteria.
For the fifth consecutive semester, Oakland led the Horizon League with 123 student-athletes meeting Honor Roll criteria.
Nessa Ogbonna scored her first-career goal, Jamie Horne nets her second goal
Oakland midfielder is playing in World University Games held in Gwangju, South Korea July 3-15
Oakland and Detroit play to 1-1 draw 9-30-15
Oakland Women's Soccer faces Wright State on Senior Night
Oakland vs CSU on Blackout Night
The women's soccer team took on UIC on Women in Sports Day at the Oakland Soccer Field.
The Oakland women's soccer team took on Illinois at the OU Soccer Field
▪ Played in 14 games, making two starts
▪ Recorded one shot
▪ Did not play due to an ACL injury
▪ Appeared in 15 games, making three start
▪ Recorded her first-career assist on Sept. 26 against Green Bay
▪ Started in seven of 16 games played.
▪ Finished third on the team in goals (2) and points (4).
▪ Scored first career goal at St. Francis (Sept. 21).
▪ Competed on the Polish University women's soccer team in the summer World University Games (Universiade 2015)
▪ Horizon League Academic Honor Roll (Fall 2015)
▪ Horizon League Academic Honor Roll (Spring 2016)
▪ Horizon League Academic Honor Roll (Fall 2016)
▪ Four-year varsity soccer and track letterwinner.
▪ Three-year member of Burlington Tornados club soccer team - OYSL and Ontario Cup Champions (2013), National Champions (2012) and Disney Showcase Champions (2011, 12).
▪ Named sutdent-athlete of the year in 2010.
▪ Won Mastery Teamwork Caring Service Award in 2009 and 2010.
Full Name: Claudia Krupicz
Parents: Ewa and Tadeusz Krupicz
Siblings: Christopher and Thomas
Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland:
1. Strong soccer program
2. Heathcare program
3. Attend college in the United States