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The Oberlin Review

Yeomen Struggle to Recruit a Full Roster

Rose Stolof, Sports Editor
October 4
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...

Yeomen Start Season With Historic Win

Sarah Orbuch, Staff Writer
September 20
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...

After Busy Preseason, Yeomen Ready for Fall

Kevin Sloan
September 6
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...

Stress in Stuebenville

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

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...

Yeomen Crush No. 10 Little Giants in Big Win

Yeomen Crush No. 10 Little Giants in Big Win

Sarah Orbuch
November 9
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....

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Sarah Orbuch and Nora Ryan
November 2
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 the ...

In the Locker Room with Clay Eaton and Dan Weintraub

Phoebe Hammer, Sports Editor
September 28
Filed under Football, In the Locker Room, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

Football requires more commitment than most varsity sports. What is your least favorite off-season training? Dan Weintraub: To start out, the out-of-season 7 a.m. running on Tuesdays and Thursdays. It’s just a quick hour-long running workout, but it is pretty rough. Clay Eaton: It’s just the ...

Yeomen Unable to Rally After Rain Delays

Sarah Orbuch
September 28
Filed under Football, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

The first half started off shaky, but the Yeomen were able to cash in a 35-yard field goal thanks to sophomore kicker Erickson Andrews. The Yeomen were unable to maintain this momentum and the Maroons scored their first touchdown of the game. The defensive duo of Shawn Chrapczynski and Peter Morris responded...

Real Life Rudy Visits Oberlin

Ian Adomeit
September 12
Filed under Football, SPORTS, Sports Editorials & Features

His message was clear: Never give up on your dreams. Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger encouraged this point throughout his motivational speech to Oberlin students and faculty Wednesday night in West Lecture Hall. Ruettiger is most famous for the movie Rudy, which follows the story of his journey to achie...

Bishops Trump Yeomen in Home Opener

Rose Stoloff, Staff Writer
September 12
Filed under Football, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

On sunny Saturday afternoon, hordes of students, faculty, community members and enthusiastic cheerleaders gathered to support the men’s football team in its home opener against the Ohio Wesleyan Bishops. Driven by momentum from the previous 33–3 victory over Earlham College two weeks prior and...

Editorial: Blaming Penn State

James Blankenship, Editor-in-Chief
November 11
Filed under Football, SPORTS, Sports Editorials & Features

I can remember what it was like to be twelve years old. At this point in our lives as young students, we all can. When we think of being a child this is the image we conjure. It meant thinking we knew more than we did, and knowing more than we should have. For me, as a young, essentially parentless boy...

Football Drops Heartbreaker to OWU

James Kriz
November 11
Filed under Football, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

The football team entered its contest against the Ohio Wesleyan University Bishops outnumbered in sheer roster size this past Saturday, Nov. 5 in Delaware, Ohio. Despite the clear disadvantage, the Yeomen successfully overpowered and outplayed the Bishops for a 3¬–10 lead at the end of the firs...

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