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Track, Field Set for Spartan Holiday Classic

Track, Field Set for Spartan Holiday Classic

Sydney Allen, Production Editor
December 2, 2016
Filed under Recent Stories, SPORTS, Track and Field, Varsity Winter

Last year’s indoor season brought four individual North Coast Athletic Conference Championships for the track and field team, and the squad looks to get on that same path to success tomorrow as it kicks off the winter season at the Case Western Reserve University Spartan Holiday Classic. “We worked... Read more »

Yeomen Look to Rebound Against Youngstown

Yeomen Look to Rebound Against Youngstown

Alex McNicoll
December 2, 2016
Filed under Basketball, SPORTS, Varsity Winter

The Yeomen’s early season struggles continued with an 87–73 loss to the Muskingum University Fighting Muskies Wednesday, dropping the team’s record to 1–4 overall and 0­–1 in the North Coast Athletic Conference. With less than one week remaining before the NCAC season officially begins, the... Read more »

Prangley Smashes Pool Record at Wittenberg Meet

Prangley Smashes Pool Record at Wittenberg Meet

Alexis Dill
December 2, 2016
Filed under SPORTS, Swimming and Diving, Varsity Winter

The swimming and diving teams battled the Wittenberg University Tigers in Springfield, Ohio, on Saturday, Nov. 19 but both the men’s and women’s teams came up short in a key North Coast Athletic Conference meet. The Yeowomen dropped a thrilling matchup 107–116 while the Yeomen fell 125–90. Despite... Read more »

Castro Stunted Cuban Baseball Growth

Jack Brewster, Columnist
December 2, 2016
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Column

Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro, one of the most prominent and controversial leaders of the past century, died last Friday at the age of 90. For all the things Castro believed in that stood in opposition to the U.S., there was always one glaring irony — Castro loved our national pastime: baseball. The... Read more »

Asiya Empowers Athletes

Jackie McDermott, Sports Editor
December 2, 2016
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Editorials & Features

Hijab-wearing Muslim athletes received some much-needed good news on Monday. A duo of women entrepreneurs announced that they will release a line of hijabs made of a breathable material that absorbs sweat, empowering some Muslim athletes to play more comfortably. Fatimah Hussein, a Somali immigrant... Read more »

In The Locker Room with Justine Siegal

In The Locker Room with Justine Siegal

Darren Zaslau, Sports Editor
December 2, 2016
Filed under In the Locker Room, SPORTS

Justine Siegal is the first woman to coach and throw batting practice in Major League Baseball. She earned her first coaching job in 2015 with the Oakland Athletics. In 2011, Siegal first threw batting practice to Cleveland, later working with the Tampa Bay Rays, St. Louis Cardinals, Houston Astros and... Read more »

Halsten Heads to NCAA Championships

Halsten Heads to NCAA Championships

Sydney Allen, Production Editor
November 18, 2016
Filed under Cross Country, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

After recording a ninth-place finish at the Great Lakes Regional Championships last Saturday, sophomore Linnea Halsten will represent Oberlin at the NCAA Cross Country Championships in Louisville, KY, tomorrow. Halsten, a Madison, WI, native, finished the 6k race in 21 minutes, 27.2 seconds to earn an at... Read more »

Yeowomen Beat Bears, Lin Notches Top-10 Finish

Yeowomen Beat Bears, Lin Notches Top-10 Finish

Alex McNicoll
November 18, 2016
Filed under Recent Stories, SPORTS, Swimming and Diving, Varsity Winter

In a milestone day for several Oberlin swimmers and divers at Ohio Northern University last Saturday, the Yeowomen defeated the Polar Bears 130–100, while the Yeomen fell 149–77. Despite splitting the meet, Head Coach Andrew Brabson said he was encouraged by the progression he saw from both the men... Read more »

Yeowomen Fall in Season Opener to Baldwin Wallace

Yeowomen Fall in Season Opener to Baldwin Wallace

Julie Schreiber
November 18, 2016
Filed under Basketball, SPORTS, Varsity Winter

Women’s basketball endured a tough loss in its season opener, falling 70–41 to the Baldwin Wallace University Yellow Jackets Tuesday. This disappointing start was somewhat of a letdown after the Yeowomen’s highest preseason ranking ever, sitting at fourth place in the North Coast Athletic Conf... Read more »

Cool or Drool: Romo’s Days in Dallas Numbered

Dan Bisno, Columnist
November 18, 2016
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Column

Editor’s Note: This article contains references to domestic violence. Many of the 32 teams in the NFL are struggling to fill the quarterback position. While teams like the San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns cycle through their assortment of sub-par passers and NFL busts like Tim Tebow, who move... Read more »

Editorial: Playoff Should Include Top-Six Teams

Darren Zaslau, Sports Editor
November 18, 2016
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Editorials & Features

History was made in college football last Saturday. For the first time since 1985, three of the top four teams in the nation all lost in the same week. With No. 2 Michigan losing to Iowa, No. 3 Clemson dropping a thriller at home to Pittsburgh and No. 4 Washington falling to USC, the College Football Play... Read more »

In the Locker Room: Men’s Basketball

In the Locker Room: Men’s Basketball

Jackie McDermott, Sports editor
November 18, 2016
Filed under Basketball, In the Locker Room, SPORTS, Varsity Winter

This week, the Review sat down with men’s basketball senior Scott Miller and sophomore Eli Silverman-Lloyd to discuss the upcoming season, differences in playing style and team goals. This interview has been edited for length and clarity. Describe the excitement for your first game of the season a... Read more »

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