In the Locker Room with Assistant Football Coaches Bob Saunders and Nate Cole

In the Locker Room with Assistant Football Coaches Bob Saunders and Nate Cole

Sarah Orbuch, Sports Editor
May 9, 2014
Filed under Football, In the Locker Room, SPORTS

This week, the Review sat down with first-year Assistant Football Coaches Nate Cole and Bob Saunders to discuss past jobs, what NFL players they’d like to coach and the new era of Oberlin football. What drew you to Oberlin? Bob Saunders: I had spent... Read more »

Yeomen Usher in New Era with Anderson

Lillian Jahan
February 14, 2014
Filed under Editorials & Features, Football, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

Last week Delta Lodge Director of Athletics, Natalie Winkelfoos and President Marvin Krislov selected Assistant Coach Jay Anderson to head football coach from a pool of over 200 applicants. Coach Anderson has been the interim coach since early December and has been with the Yeomen for four seasons. Over... Read more »

Assistant Coach Replaces Ramsey

Sarah Orbuch, Sports Editor
February 7, 2014
Filed under Football, SPORTS

Delta Lodge Director of Athletics Natalie Winkelfoos announced Thursday that interim-head coach Jay Anderson will take on the roll of new head football coach, effective immediately. A former assistant, Anderson was named to the interim position after Jeff Ramsey was relieved of his duties... Read more »

“True Obie” Gets Sacked

“True Obie” Gets Sacked

Nate Levinson and Rose Stoloff
December 13, 2013
Filed under Football, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

Long time Oberlin Head Football Coach Jeff Ramsey’s dismissal last Friday, just weeks after finishing his 15th year with the College, was shrouded in mystery. His departure came as a surprise to many who had grown to love and respect Ramsey during his long tenure. The football team... Read more »

Football Reflects on Difficult Season

Football Reflects on Difficult Season

Tyler Sloan, Staff Writer
December 6, 2013
Filed under Football, Recent Stories, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

After graduating 16 players last season, the Oberlin football team faced adversity this year with a young roster. The team went 0–5 on the road and 3–2 at home, wrapping up this season with a 2–7 conference record, and a 3–7 overall record. Comparatively, last year’s squad tallied four wins,... Read more »

Alumni Return for Homecoming

Sarah Orbuch, Staff Writer
October 11, 2013
Filed under Editorials & Features, Football, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

At a small school, it is obvious when there are new faces on campus. If you happened to walk by the athletics facilities this past weekend, you would have seen dozens of people walking around in their old Oberlin College athletics gear, greeting old friends, meeting new athletics staff and looking at... Read more »

Yeomen Struggle to Recruit a Full Roster

Rose Stolof, Sports Editor
October 4, 2013
Filed under Football, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

With a roster 37 players strong, Head Football Coach Jeff Ramsey and his eight assistant coaches have a difficult task to complete every year. As senior players graduate, Ramsey and his staff must attract the most promising high school juniors to Oberlin in order to mold the football team into the most... Read more »

Yeomen Start Season With Historic Win

Sarah Orbuch , Staff Writer
September 20, 2013
Filed under Football, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

The Yeomen started their season on a high note with a 19–2 victory over the visiting Case Western Reserve University Spartans in their home opener this past Sunday. It had been 28 years since the football team last upended the Spartans, when they beat them 17–6 in a season-opening triumph in 1982. “This... Read more »

After Busy Preseason, Yeomen Ready for Fall

Kevin Sloan
September 6, 2013
Filed under Football, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

After a rigorous preseason training camp, the Oberlin football team is ready for the upcoming season. The team has developed various new plays and formations under Head Coach Jeff Ramsey, who is enthusiastic about the team’s growth thus far this year. The Yeomen have the first official week of their... Read more »

Stress in Stuebenville

Phoebe Hammer, Sports Editor
February 15, 2013
Filed under Editorials & Features, Football, SPORTS

Six months ago, an unconscious 16-year-old girl was raped at a high school party in Stuebenville, OH, an old steel mill town of only 18,440. Crimes like this are common in the U.S., with most rape cases going unreported, but for some reason this case made international news. Even months later, Stuebenville... Read more »

Yeomen Crush No. 10 Little Giants in Big Win

Yeomen Crush No. 10 Little Giants in Big Win

Sarah Orbuch
November 9, 2012
Filed under Football, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

This past Friday, the Oberlin football team took the long bus ride to Crawfordsville, IN, to play Wabash University. The Little Giants were ranked No. 10 in the country in Division III football. Oberlin was the clear underdog, and every Wabash coach, player and fan expected the game to be a cakewalk.... Read more »

http://oberlinreview.org/article/yeomen-put-terriers-doghouse/

Sarah Orbuch and Nora Ryan
November 2, 2012
Filed under Football, SPORTS, Uncategorized, Varsity Fall

The Yeomen football team shut out the Hiram College Terriers 39–0 with a relentless performance last Saturday night. The team, kept the Terriers scoreless and accomplished its goal of limiting the Terriers to 150 yards, stopping them at 89 total yards. The Yeomen maintained momentum throughout... Read more »