Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Albino Squirrels Win Big over Denison

Rose Stoloff, Staff Writer April 12, 2013

After a long winter hiatus, the Albino Squirrels, Oberlin’s co-ed club soccer team, had their first victory of the year on Saturday, defeating Denison University 3–1. This was the team’s fourth game...

In the Locker Room: Ben Turchin and Charlie Marks

Phoebe Hammer, Sports Editor April 12, 2013

Why did you guys decide to play tennis at Oberlin? Charlie Marks: I’ve played tennis since I was eight. I’ve always done it, so I figured I would keep doing it. The old head coach, Adam, was very...

Postseason Predictions

Nate Levinson April 12, 2013

With the NBA playoffs now less than three weeks away and with all but five playoff spots decided, teams can start resting star players and preparing for deep postseason runs. Following a dominant season...

Men’s Lacrosse Suffers Heartbreaking Loss to Wittenberg

Spencer Conley April 12, 2013

Despite an explosive comeback late in the fourth quarter, the men’s lacrosse team fell in a hard-fought game against the Wittenberg University Tigers on Tuesday by a score of 9–12. The loss hampered...

Track and Field Team Sees Success in Only Home Meet of the Season

Erickson Andrews April 12, 2013

The Yeomen and Yeowomen again proved their dominance on the track this past weekend with a strong showing at their only home track meet of the year. During a combination of their home opener and senior...

Women’s Lacrosse Steamrolls DePauw

Taylor Swift April 12, 2013

DePauw University stood no chance last Saturday, as the Yeowomen dominated the Tigers 17– 10 to claim their first conference win of the season. After coming off of a difficult loss to Denison University,...

Despite Loss, Men’s Tennis Ready to Hit Hard

Jake Zuckerman April 12, 2013

It may sound counterintuitive, but the men’s tennis team is looking to carry the positive momentum from its 7–2 loss against Denison University last Saturday into some tough competition in the coming...

Annabel Moorman Saddles Up for the Yeowomen

Erickson Andrews April 5, 2013

For the first time in four years, and for the second time in history, Oberlin College is being represented at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Zone Championships, one step below the National...

In the Locker Room: Madeleine O’Meara, Ilyssa Meyer and Christina Perez-Tineo

Maxwell Sugarman, Sports Editor April 5, 2013

How is the season going so far? What is your record? Ilyssa Meyer: Right now our record is 1–8, but that doesn’t reflect the hard work and dedication that we have been putting into the season so...

Playing for Seton Hill

Phoebe Hammer, Sports Editor April 5, 2013

This February, my lacrosse team played Seton Hill University, a Division-II team from Pennsylvania, in a friendly scrimmage. Fortunately, we didn’t keep score. Our opponents outmatched us in skill, speed...

Yeomen Finish 2–8 in Spring Break Tournament

Ellie Huizenga April 5, 2013

Men’s baseball has been having a solid season. With nine wins in the first 18 games, the team has been maintaining a level of play that is carrying it through the season. The strength of the roster has...

Men’s Lacrosse Fights Through Three-Game Losing Streak

Shuntaro Shirota April 5, 2013

The Yeomen have battled through a rough spring break, losing to both the Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops and the Kenyon College Lords, while also falling to the nationally ranked Denison University...

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