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Yeomen Show Well Back at Full Force

Yeomen Show Well Back at Full Force

Sarena Malsin
February 14
Filed under SPORTS, Track and Field, Uncategorized, Varsity Winter

The track and field team swept the Crimson and Gold invitational last weekend, topping the competition with cumulative scores of 197 and 166 points respectively. Among many notable victories, both Oberlin teams dominated the 800-meter race, with both the men and women finishing first. Senior Katrina...

In the Locker Room With Matthew Walker and Randy Ollie

In the Locker Room With Matthew Walker and Randy Ollie

Nate Levinson, Sports Editor
February 14
Filed under Basketball, In the Locker Room, SPORTS

This week the Review sat down with sophomore men’s basketball players Matthew Walker and Randy Ollie to discuss the challenges of playing on the road, the first time they dunked and the  NBA players they try to emulate. How has the season gone thus far? Matthew Walker: For what our expectatio...

Men’s Basketball Hopes to Finish Season Strong

Men’s Basketball Hopes to Finish Season Strong

Lillian Jahan
February 7
Filed under Basketball, SPORTS, Varsity Winter

Over Winter Term, the men’s basketball team picked up three wins, two of which came against conference foes, the Allegheny College gators, and most recently over the DePauw University Tigers, who entered Saturday’s game ranked 23rd in the nation. Breaking into the spring semester with a 6 – 13...

Yeoswimmers Head to the NCAC Championships

Sloane Garelick
February 7
Filed under SPORTS, Swimming and Diving, Varsity Winter

When former coach Mark Fino abruptly resigned last August, the swimming and diving team was thrust into a tough situation. Still, new head coach Andrew Brabson expected big things from his team this winter. “I think they certainly exceeded my expectations. They were put in a difficult situation...

Yeowomen Remain Confident Despite Injuries

Michaela Puterbaugh
February 7
Filed under Basketball, SPORTS

The women’s basketball team had one of their best games of the season last Saturday as they maintained a close game with the number one ranked team in Division III, the DePauw University Tigers. Though they fell 67–62, the Yeowomen fought hard the entire game and trailed by only three points late...

Yeomen Win in Blowout Against Wabash Little Giants

January 15
Filed under Basketball, Recent Stories, SPORTS, Varsity Winter

After losing four straight conference games, the Oberlin men’s basketball team finally eked out a win in its fifth conference match against the Wabash College Little Giants on Saturday, Dec. 7. The 79–62 home victory sparked new hope for the Yeomen, who are currently 3–7 overall and 1–4 in con...

In the Locker Room: Jack Redell and Luke Harrison

January 15
Filed under In the Locker Room, SPORTS, Swimming and Diving, Varsity Winter

What events do each of you swim? Jack Redell: I swim the [50-me- ter] freestyle, 100 breaststroke, and the 200 breaststroke. Luke Harrison: I do the 100 fly and the 200 fly. Give me a recap of the season. JR: The season went well. We saw improvements across the board on the men’s and women...

Women’s Swimming and Diving 1st, Men 5th at Fredonia State

Women’s Swimming and Diving 1st, Men 5th at Fredonia State

Emma Lehmann
December 13
Filed under SPORTS, Swimming and Diving, Varsity Winter

The swimming and diving teams had a successful weekend at SUNY Fredonia with the women taking first and the men placing fifth. New Head Coach Andrew Brabson was pleased with the performance by both teams. “Overall, it was a great team effort that allowed us to finish first out of the nine teams compe...

Yeomen Win in Blowout Against Wabash Little Giants

Yeomen Win in Blowout Against Wabash Little Giants

Tyler Sloan, Staff Writer
December 13
Filed under Basketball, SPORTS, Varsity Winter

After losing four straight conference games, the Oberlin men’s basketball team finally eked out a win in its fifth conference match against the Wabash College Little Giants on Saturday, Dec. 7. The 79–62 home victory sparked new hope for the Yeomen, who are currently 3–7 overall and 1–4 in con...

In the Locker Room with Jack Redell and Luke Harrison

In the Locker Room with Jack Redell and Luke Harrison

Nate Levinson, Sports Editor
December 6
Filed under In the Locker Room, SPORTS, Swimming and Diving, Varsity Winter

How is your season going so far? Jack Redell: It’s a lot of fun. It’s a very enjoyable team to be on. We’re also doing very well in our meets. The guys’ team is 3–1 and the women’s team is 4–0, undefeated. That’s pretty great. I think we’re a real scrappy team. Luke Harrison: The new coaching...

Men’s Basketball Captures First Victory of Season

Men’s Basketball Captures First Victory of Season

Ellie Huizenga
December 6
Filed under Basketball, Recent Stories, SPORTS, Varsity Winter

The men’s basketball team won its first game of the season last weekend against the Franciscan University Barons. With a consistent lead throughout the game, the Yeomen ultimately won by a score of 90–80. The Yeomen came out strong and led their opponents for the entire first half. First-years Jack ...

Women Basketball Defeats Kalamazoo in Final Pre-NCAC Game

Emma Lehmann
December 6
Filed under Basketball, SPORTS, Varsity Winter

The weekend ended with mixed results for the women’s basketball team. Playing two games within 19 hours, the Yeowomen fell to the Olivet College Comets but managed to defeat the Kalamazoo College Hornets.   The second game of the weekend was a well-fought win and confidence boost before the t...

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