Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Obie Athletes Stick Around as Coaches

Molly Bloom, Staff Writer March 15, 2013

Student-athletes at Oberlin are only granted four years of eligibility under NCAA regulations, and very few Yeomen and Yeowomen have the opportunity to continue their athletic careers in a professional...

Yeomen Top Ohio Wesleyan 2–7

Nate Levinson March 13, 2013

The men’s tennis team earned a strong 2–7 victory on the road against conference foe Ohio Wesleyan University last Saturday morning. The win extended Oberlin’s winning streak to three games and gave...

T&F Impresses at Indoor Championships

Sarah Orbuch, Staff Writer March 8, 2013

The Yeomen and Yeowomen concluded the indoor track and field season with many impressive performances this past weekend at the North Coast Athletic Conference Indoor Championships. Junior Sophia Brancazio,...

Beware the Ides of March

Maxwell Sugarman, Sports Editor March 8, 2013

This is a tough time for fans of professional sports. There’s not much going on in the sports world right now: football is over, and the draft is months away; spring training has just begun in Major...

Women’s Tennis Soars Over Eagles in 7–2 Victory

Taylor Swift March 8, 2013

After a two-week lull in competition, the women’s tennis team came out on fire last Wednesday night, beating the Ashland University Eagles 7–2. Coming off of a tough loss to Case Western Reserve University,...

In the Locker Room Thomas Cool, Connor Jackson and Matt Rogers

Phoebe Hammer, Sports Editor March 8, 2013

With two games down, how are you guys feeling about the season so far? Thomas Cool: Pretty good. Last year we struggled to get things going offensively, but our defense looked pretty good. But this...

Women’s Lacrosse Starts Season with 8–9 Win

Erickson Andrews March 8, 2013

On a bitterly cold and snowy Saturday afternoon, the Yeowomen managed to hold off the threatening University of Mount Union Purple Raiders to earn their first win of the season. Oberlin got off to a...

Men’s Lacrosse Dominates in Season Opener

Rose Stolof, Staff Writer March 1, 2013

After a long and focused preseason, the men’s lacrosse team put their preparation to the test on Saturday afternoon in their season opener against Olivet College. The Yeomen proved themselves ready,...

The Power of Protein

Phoebe Hammer, Sports Editor March 1, 2013

It has long been known that protein is essential for peak physical performance. In Ancient Greece, athletes were advised to consume large amounts of meat and wine; some even drank “beef juice.” In...

Women’s Tennis Suffer First Loss Against Case Western

Erickson Andrews March 1, 2013

The eighth-ranked Yeowomen suffered their first loss of the spring tennis season on Friday, Feb. 22, as they fell to the seventh-ranked Spartans of Case Western Reserve University 1–8. The Spartans,...

In the Locker Room with Nikhil Kalathil and Remington Schneider

Phoebe Hammer, Sports Editor February 22, 2013

When and why did you start playing Ultimate Frisbee? Nikhil Kalathil: I started playing Frisbee four years ago. Why? Because it seemed awesome. Remington Schneider: My brothers and I used to play....

An Up and Down Season Ends in the Conference Quarters

Erickson Andrews February 22, 2013

The final seconds ticked off the clock on the Yeowomen’s basketball season Tuesday night in an away loss to Kenyon College. After trailing by more than 25 points early in the game, the Yeowomen fought...

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