Re-established in 1999 by Dean Murdy, Oxford Athletics has shown tremendous success in a short period of time. Four varsity sports were introduced in 1999, women's soccer, men's basketball, women's tennis and men's tennis. In 2014, men's soccer transitioned from a club sport to varsity. Fall of 2016, men's golf, women's golf, men's cross country and women's cross country will bring the departments total number of varsity sports to nine.

Oxford Athletics is committed to excellence both on and off the field, and the proof is below.


2017-2018  banner year for Oxford Atheltics

- Men's Tennis National Champions

- Women's Tennis National Champions

- Women's Soccer Finish Year Ranked 13 in nation and # 1 seed in Regional/District Tournament

- Men's Cross Country GCAA/Region Champions and finished # 10 in the Nation

- Women's Cross Country GCAA/Region Champions and finished # 2 in the Nation

- Women's Cross Country Academic Team of the Year with a 3.6 team grade point average

- Coach Pernilla Hardin Named NJCAA Men's and Coach of the Year

- Coach Ella O'Kelley named GCAA Coach of the Year

- 14 NJCAA All-Americans 

- 31 NJCAA Scholar All-Americans


 Eleven National Championships

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

119 NJCAA All-American Recipients


108 NJCAA Scholar All-Americans


6 years in a row all varsity teams have maintained over a 3.0 cumulative GPA