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Dayton Area Soccer Players Continue Playing at the University Level

Over 65% of the graduating seniors from OGFC have continued playing at the University level.

Nancy Shields, President of the Ohio Galaxies stated “ The Ohio Galaxies FC organization is proud of the accomplishments of all our players in the class of 2012.

We wish them the best of luck as they move from high school to college. Many of the players will continue to play soccer in college and we look forward to tracking their success as scholar athletes”.

Ohio Galaxies FC is pleased to recognize our graduating seniors from the class of 2012. The u18 boys teams were coached by Bryan Davis and Todd Beall and the u18 girls teams were coached by Pat Ferguson, Courtney Sirmans and Rick Shields.  The teams have  enjoyed success with participation in a variety of leagues including Midwest Regional League and the Buckeye Premier League.

The following are the players from the graduating class of 2012 that are playing at the collegiate level:


Michael Anthony               Cincinnati State – Xenia

Briana Baise                       Wittenberg University – Springfield Shawnee

Josh Bechtol                       Urbana – Tipp City            

Lauren Bischoff                 Wittenberg University – Springfield Northwestern

Keegan Burgmeier             University of Findlay – Butler

Grace Danis                        Denison University – Oakwood

Kelsey Deal                        Wright State University – Piqua

Danyell Duibley                 Urbana University – Beavercreek

Zach Eckert                        Trine University – Bishop Fenwick

Keegan George                   Findlay University – Beavercreek

Alex Gill                            University of Cincinnati – Beavercreek

Erin Gill                             IPFW – Beavercreek

Connor Harmer                  University of Findlay – Tipp City       

Tanya Hennen                    Wright State University – Bellbrook

Katlyn Ireland                    Wittenberg University – Greeneview

Josh Kellner                       Otterbein University – Springboro

Christian Knight                Ohio Northern University – Chaminade Julienne

Michael McGraw               South Dakota School of Mines – Butler

Alyson Meister                  Ohio University – Springfield Shawnee

Sean Miller                        Tiffin University

Taylor Miller                     Wilmington College – Greenon

Ian Mullen                          Franklin College – Miamisburg

Katie Nickels                     Brevard College-Beavercreek

Macey Riese                       Youngstown State – Miamisburg

Kayleigh Rowlands            Campbell University – Northmont

Blayne Robbins                  Defiance College – Miamisburg

Beth Ruff                            St. Mary’s College – Alter

Natalie Sedlock                  Wright State University – Beavercreek

Caitlin Shaver                    Lynn University – Centerville

Lydia Simpson                   Mt. Vernon Nazarene University

Chad Smith                        Ohio Northern University – Miamisburg

Alan Tuss                           University of Findlay – Butler

Tyler Washington              Capitol University – Xenia

Ohio Galaxies FC represents a diverse mix of high school players across the boys and girls program.  Approximately 40 area high schools are represented on our rosters including:  Alter, Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Bishop Fenwick, Butler, Carroll, Centerville, Dayton Christian, Fairborn, Fairmont, Greeneview, Greenon, Kings, Lebanon, Little Miami, Mason, Miami East, Miamisburg, Middletown, Mt. Notre Dame, Northmont, Oakwood, Piqua, Shawnee, Southeastern, Springboro, Springfield Catholic, Stebbins, Tecumseh, Tippecanoe, Troy, Troy Christian, Unioto, Wayne, West Carrollton, Wyoming, Xenia, Xenia Christian and Yellow Springs.

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Mike McDermott is publisher of several web news properties, including this one. Long time resident, and local business owner, Mike McDermott lives in the downtown and fiercely defends Tipp City's honor at home and abroad.

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