Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Editorial: Athletes vs. Mathletes

Madeline O'Meara, Sports Editor March 16, 2012

Is it just me, or do all athletes at Oberlin seem to be science majors? As a Biology major and athlete, this is a question that has bothered me since I began noticing that many of the people lugging...

Women’s Softball Balances Wins and Losses in First Spring Tournament

Samantha Dudzinski, Staff Writer March 16, 2012

The Yeowomen started off their season with a four-game tournament at Centre College in Kentucky last weekend. The Yeowomen won two games against Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, while losing two more...

Men’s Baseball Closes Out CU Cardinals

Quinn Hull, Sports Editor March 16, 2012

Zach Jaspers is not a huge guy, listed at around 5 feet 7 inches and 150 pounds on the baseball roster. But on Sunday, the junior outfielder stood tall like a Yeoman, driving home the team’s seventh...

In the Locker Room: Virginia Covalt, Equipment Room Manager

Madeline O'Meara, Staff Writer March 16, 2012

How long have you been working for the equipment room? [It will be] 32 years this August. What originally brought you to Oberlin? Well, I used to work downtown in a restaurant. There was an old...

What’s up Sport? From Whom the Testosterone Tweets

Quinn Hull, Sports Editor March 9, 2012

Jose Canseco was rebuffed by and then banned from the Mexican Baseball League earlier this week for refusing to get tested for elevated testosterone levels. It ended a dream for Canseco, who at 47 still...

Despite this Week’s Losses, Women’s Tennis Maintains Winning Record

Phoebe Hammer, Staff Writer March 9, 2012

This week the women’s tennis team fell 5–4 in a close match against their regional rivals from Cleveland, 14th-ranked Case Western Reserve University. Tensions were high for the Yeowomen, ranked 19th...

Yeo Baby! Women Place Second, Men Fifth at Track and Field Conference Championships

Molly Bloom, Staff Writer March 9, 2012

The track and field team got the opportunity to flex their proverbial quads and biceps this weekend at the Indoor North Coast Athletic Conference Championship meet at Wabash College, proving why they are...

Newcomer of the Year: Christina Marquette

Quinn Hull, Sports Editor March 9, 2012

On when she found out about winning the award: We’d just finished our post-season meetings with Coach [Kerry Jenkins], like our individual meetings. He called me and was, like, “Oh, you won this.”...

In the Locker Room: Alex Guo

Samantha Dudzinski, Staff Writer March 9, 2012

What’s the best part about being on the track and field team? I would say the conference meet, because you get there and you’ve trained with these people the whole season. The amazing things...

Equal Opportunity Horses: The Equestrian Club

Rose Stoloff, Staff Writer March 9, 2012

One mile north of downtown Oberlin lies a ranch that is valued by a select group of students. It’s called “Equine Differences,” and it’s home to the Oberlin College equestrian team. When the...

Club Sports Report: Birdies Make a Comeback

Quinn Hull, Sports Editor March 2, 2012

This is a badminton point, Oberlin-style: Stillness on both sides of the net is followed by a banked, low-arcing serve, a return volley and then an anxious rally of swinging racquets and a flying birdie,...

Baseball Season Preview: Young Yeomen Aim High

Phoebe Hammer March 2, 2012

The men’s baseball team is headed to Chillicothe, Ohio, to play Case Western Reserve University this weekend for its first game of the season. After a long preseason that included coming back to campus...

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