Northern Oklahoma College

NOC Tonkawa Mavericks Athletics
1220 E. Grand Tonkawa, OK 74653
NJCAA Oklahoma South
Public Small Competitive team

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Jade Ovendale

Ovendale is entering her first season as the women's head coach and the fourth season as the assistant coach at Northern Oklahoma College.


Originally from Wisbech, England, Ovendale came to Oklahoma in 2011 as a forward for Northern Oklahoma College. In her two year career at NOC she helped the team win conference twice and in 2011 helped the team win district, and secure a place in the National Tournament which was the first time in the history of the program. Individually, in both years she was All-Region First Team, MVP, and Offensive Player of the Year. After her two years at Northern she transferred to University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma (USAO).


At USAO in 2013 she won the Sooner Athletic Conference (SAC) Newcomer of the Year, and All-Conference First Team. In 2014, she helped her team win a regular conference title with a record winning season 18-2. She also won SAC MVP, All-Conference First-Team, SAC Offensive Player of the Year, All-American Honorable Mention and came second in the nation for goals scored. Over her four year college career Ovendale has scored 91 goals.


She also represented Oklahoma City FC in 2014 and 2016, who play in the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) and had a short spell in the W-league with Colorado Pride in 2015. Ovendale also previously coached boys and girls soccer at Chickasha Middle School before returning to Northern.


Ovendale graduated with honors from USAO with a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and has a Master’s degree in Sports Administration from East Central University. She resides in Tonkawa with her wife Destiny.

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Michael DuRoy

Michael DuRoy enters his twenty-second year at Northern Oklahoma College. He was the assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s teams his first two years before becoming the Head Men’s Soccer Coach in 1999. In nineteen years as the men’s soccer head coach DuRoy’s record is 244-97-22. He ranks seventh in most wins amongst active NJCAA coaches and the twenty-fifth most wins in NJCAA history. His men’s teams have won fifteen Region 2 Championships. He led the team to National Tournament appearances in 2003 and 2006. The 2003 team advanced to the Final Four.


DuRoy served as the head women’s soccer coach from 2011-2013 as well as coaching the men’s team. The women’s team advanced to the National Tournament in his first year finishing seventh in the nation. The team finished sixteenth in the nation his second year. His record with the women’s team was 34-18-2.


In addition to his coaching duties DuRoy is an instructor in the HPER department. In 2010 he was awarded the NISOD award for teaching excellence.

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