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.


2015-2016 banner year for Oxford Atheltics

- Men's Tennis National Champions

- Women's Tennis National Champions

- Women's Soccer National Finalist, finishing season with 18-1-1 record

- Men's Basketball Conference Champions

- Women's Cross Country Best in the Region

- Peter Higgins Named NJCAA Division III Men's Tennis Player of the Year

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

- Coach Robert Hardin Named NJCAA Division III Assistant Coach of the Year

- Coach Roderick Stubbs Named GCAA Coach of the Year

- 16 NJCAA All-Americans 

- 27 NJCAA Scholar All-Americans

- Former Tennis Coach Brandon Feldman Inducted into the NJCAA Men's Tennis Hall of Fame


 Seven National Championships


91 NJCAA All-American Recipients


42 NJCAA Scholar All-Americans


4 years in a row all varsity teams honored as All-Academic Teams, cumulative GPA over 3.0