IM Soccer Captains Take Different Approaches

Bronwen Schumacher
May 2, 2014
Filed under Club & Intramural Sports, SPORTS

Every Tuesday and Thursday, groups of students gather at 4:45 p.m. on North Fields to duke it out in the spring Intramural Soccer Series. This year, the competition is tight, with five teams vying for the No. 1 spot. The teams have come up with creative names, as always: Golden Goals with Betty White,... Read more »

IM Softball Provides Chance for All to Step Up to the Plate

IM Softball Provides Chance for All to Step Up to the Plate

Bronwen Schumacher
April 25, 2014
Filed under Club & Intramural Sports, Recent Stories, SPORTS

Last Sunday afternoon, next to the women’s softball field by North Fields, a group of forty students sat beneath the evergreen trees, pitched balls to one another and practiced their swings. Some had a natural talent for the sport, swiftly catching fly balls and casually hitting doubles into the outfield,... Read more »

Rhinos Hone Skills During Relaxed Spring Season

Rhinos Hone Skills During Relaxed Spring Season

Grace Barlow
April 18, 2014
Filed under Club & Intramural Sports, SPORTS

The women and trans*inclusive rugby team is gearing up for the stretch run of its spring season. While the Rhinos’ official season is in the fall, the team continues playing friendly matches in the spring. The Rhinos are coming off an up and down fall season, in which they went 2–2. This semester,... Read more »

Flaming Blades Duel in Tennessee

Flaming Blades Duel in Tennessee

Grace Barlow
April 11, 2014
Filed under Club & Intramural Sports, Recent Stories, SPORTS

This past weekend, the fencing team traveled to Knoxville, TN, in order to compete in the United States Fencing Club championship. Eighteen fencers, clad in the team’s trademark rainbow knee-high socks, spent two days in intense competition. “It was a really successful tournament,” captain and... Read more »

Flying Horsecows Go Down South, Fall Just Short

Bronwen Schumacher
April 4, 2014
Filed under Club & Intramural Sports, Recent Stories, SPORTS

This spring break, the Ultimate Frisbee team ventured south to play in two different tournaments. The team headed into the week with an 11–7 record, and had high expectations given its strong season last year. Last spring, the Flying Horsecows placed fourth at sectionals, and headed into regionals,... Read more »

Despite Weather, Gruffs Remain Confident

Despite Weather, Gruffs Remain Confident

Sarah Orbuch & Nate Levinson, Sports Editors
March 14, 2014
Filed under Club & Intramural Sports, SPORTS

The Oberlin men’s rugby football club struggled through its fall season last semester, but spirits are high heading into this spring season. “Spring semester, because we have two to three months to prepare before we play a game, there’s more time to teach our new recruits about the important... Read more »

Men’s Ultimate Sets Sights on Nationals with Young Talent

Nate Levinson and Sarah Orbuch, Sports Editors
March 7, 2014
Filed under Club & Intramural Sports, SPORTS

The Flying Horsecows men’s Ultimate Frisbee team is preparing for its spring season after a fifth place finish at its Cat Fight tournament at the University of Kentucky in February. With a number of tournaments scheduled for this March, the team will look to ready itself for a run at the national tournament. First-year... Read more »

Preying Manti Gear Up for New Season

Sarena Malsin
February 28, 2014
Filed under Club & Intramural Sports, SPORTS

The Preying Manti women’s Ultimate frisbee team are split into two teams this spring, but both teams are tirelessly preparing for their first tournament, the Music City Mash–Up in Nashville, TN, on March 8-9, with weekly lifting and track practices. The A and B teams saw mixed success last year,... Read more »

Ice Hockey Looks for Inclusive, Competitive Direction

Sarah Kahl
December 13, 2013
Filed under Club & Intramural Sports, SPORTS

Last Saturday, Oberlin’s club ice hockey team, the Plague, played against a local hockey team, the Stampede, on the North Park Ice Rink. Although well-matched, the Stampede came out on top in the end. Oberlin led in the early going, before giving up the lead in the middle... Read more »

In the Locker Room with Tom Reid

In the Locker Room with Tom Reid

Nate Levinson, Sports Editor
November 8, 2013
Filed under Club & Intramural Sports, In the Locker Room, Recent Stories, SPORTS

This week the Review sat down with Bowling I and II teacher, Tom Reid, to discuss Reid’s long tenure at Oberlin, how he started bowling and what you need to do to take his class next semester. When did you start bowling? Tom Reid: I started bowling fall of 1973.... Read more »

Rhinos Look Forward to Homecoming Weekend Match

Tyler Sloan
October 4, 2013
Filed under Club & Intramural Sports, SPORTS

Oberlin College’s women and trans*-Inclusive rugby team looks to improve its record this season after losing 12 of its seniors last spring. The Rhinos are coming off of a 54–19 loss last weekend to the University of Findlay, but that has not discouraged the team. The first half of the game proved... Read more »

Preying Manti Set Out on the Road to Nationals

Nate Levinson, Sports Editor
October 4, 2013
Filed under Club & Intramural Sports, SPORTS

The Oberlin Preying Manti placed second in the Wootown Throwdown tournament in Wooster, Ohio last weekend. The team won all four of their games on the first day of play and one out of their final three on the second, including a win against The College of Wooster in pool play. The team defeated The... Read more »