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Club Bowling Revives Women’s Squad

Club Bowling Revives Women’s Squad

Alex McNicoll, Contributing Sports Editor
March 3
Filed under Club & Intramural Sports, Recent Stories, SPORTS

For the first time in a decade, OC Thunder, Oberlin’s intercollegiate bowling team, fielded a women’s team. The group is brimming with enthusiasm and happy to be reviving an old Oberlin tradition. “It was incredible to compete for the first OC Thunder women's bowling team since 2007,” first-year...

Dropping First Two Games, Yeomen Face Growing Pains

Dropping First Two Games, Yeomen Face Growing Pains

Alex McNicoll and James Cato
February 24
Filed under Lacrosse, SPORTS, Varsity Sports, Varsity Spring

The men’s lacrosse team suffered season opening defeats this weekend, dropping its first two games against the John Carroll University Blue Streaks and Baldwin Wallace University Yellow Jackets 19–6 and 18–5 respectively. After losing 10 seniors to graduation last year, seven of whom were starters,...

Yeowomen Push Past Kenyon Ladies

Yeowomen Push Past Kenyon Ladies

Alex McNicoll, Contributing Sports Editor
February 10
Filed under Basketball, Recent Stories, SPORTS, Varsity Winter

A key conference win is propelling the Yeowomen through the final stretch of their season, with a 52–41 over the Kenyon College Ladies on Wednesday. The victory moved Oberlin to 10–12 on the season and 7–6 in North Coast Athletic Conference play, and puts the team within reach of a top seed in...

Athletics Department Welcomes New Coaches

Athletics Department Welcomes New Coaches

Alex McNicoll
February 3
Filed under SPORTS

The Athletics Department added five new assistant coaches this January, each of whom offers their own unique blend of collegiate coaching and playing experience to the softball, baseball, football and men’s lacrosse teams. While assistant coach Brandon Jossey has only been on the Yeomen baseball...

Yeowomen Best Big Red to Stay Undefeated in NCAC

Yeowomen Best Big Red to Stay Undefeated in NCAC

Alex McNicoll
December 9
Filed under Basketball, SPORTS, Varsity Winter

Losing four of its first five games hasn’t stopped the women’s basketball team from dominating North Coast Athletic Conference play. With a 51–46 win against the Denison University Big Red Wednesday, Oberlin improved to 3–4 overall, and a perfect 3–0 in the NCAC. The Yeowomen, who currently...

Yeomen Look to Rebound Against Youngstown

Yeomen Look to Rebound Against Youngstown

Alex McNicoll
December 2
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...

Yeowomen Beat Bears, Lin Notches Top-10 Finish

Yeowomen Beat Bears, Lin Notches Top-10 Finish

Alex McNicoll
November 18
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...

Football Set to Battle Hiram in Season Finale

Football Set to Battle Hiram in Season Finale

Alex McNicoll
November 11
Filed under Football, Recent Stories, Varsity Fall

The Yeomen suffered a Senior Day spoiler at the hands of the DePauw University Tigers last Saturday in their ninth consecutive loss of the year, falling 50–17. Still looking for its first win, Oberlin will travel to Hiram College tomorrow to face off against the Terriers for its last matchup of the...

Yeomen Head to First Ever NCAC Final

Yeomen Head to First Ever NCAC Final

Alex McNicoll
November 4
Filed under Recent Stories, Soccer, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

Men’s soccer is headed to the North Coast Athletic Conference Championship for the first time in school history after besting the Wabash College Little Giants 2–1 in the NCAC Semifinal on Wednesday, Nov. 2. Throughout the team’s first home field NCAC playoff game since 2005, Oberlin’s faithful...

NCAC Powerhouses Await Yeomen

Alex McNicoll
October 28
Filed under Football, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

In what was arguably the football team’s best-played game of the season, the Yeomen fell 34–30 in a heartbreaker to The College of Wooster Fighting Scots. Now the Yeomen look to regroup as they set their sights on the last three games of the season. Despite a 0–7 start, the team isn’t fretting...

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