Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

College fourth-year and men’s lacrosse player Michael Muldoon cradles the ball on Bailey Field.

In the Locker Room with Men’s Lacrosse Captain Michael Muldoon

John Elrod, Contributing Sports Editor April 22, 2022

Fourth-year Michael Muldoon is the lacrosse version of a walking bucket. He’s scored 67 goals in only 34 career games, scoring at least once in 29 of those games. He’s been a huge part of the men’s...

Oberlin football team in 1921 playing football.

Remembering Oberlin’s 1990s Football Dynasty

John Elrod, Contributing Sports Editor April 1, 2022

Editors’ note: All quotes are fake and not from real interviews. The game stats, however, are 100 percent true. Last fall, I wrote an article trying to determine whether Oberlin’s sports teams were...

Uh oh! Sports Editors have to explain what a sport is to Production again.

Oberlin Athletics in a Nutshell

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor April 1, 2022

Saint Peter’s sensation Doug Edert

Incredible Upsets Headlined by Unlikely Heroes in March Madness

Matt Rudella, Senior Staff Writer April 1, 2022

*Editor's Note: While the following article isn’t really true to the April Fools theme Matt Rudella claimed he might throw hands if the EICs didn’t let him write this piece this week.   Yup,...

Second-year and NCAC honorable mention Abbie Patchen wacks the ball on the field while still looking cute.

Best OC Game Day Faces

Zoe Kuzbari, Sports Editor April 1, 2022

Happy April Fools Day! This week, the Review asked you all to submit some of your funniest game day or action shot photos of yourself or your friends. Although there were too many for us to include ALL...

Cristiano Ronaldo, the best international men’s soccer player, breaks the record for most goals by an individual.

Cristiano Ronaldo Sets New Record Inspiring Soccer Fans Worldwide

Zoe Kuzbari, Sports Editor March 25, 2022

Editor’s note: This article refers to soccer as football, the name used by Ronaldo and the rest of the international community.   Cristiano Ronaldo is arguably the best football player the...

Max Anastasio during a recent baseball game.

ITLR with New Leader of OC Baseball Max Anastasio

River Schiff, Senior Staff Writer March 25, 2022

Third-year baseball infielder Max Anastasio is entering this season with big plans. After not playing baseball at Oberlin since his first year, Anastasio is faced with a new leading role on the team which...

Fourth-year men’s lacrosse player Kiernan Stone checks a Capital University player to the ground.

Men’s Lacrosse Has High Hopes For Season

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor March 25, 2022

With six games under its belt, the Oberlin men’s lacrosse team has hit the ground running with a 5–1 record. In its most recent game against the University of Mount Union Raiders, the squad’s strong...

Change Coming for NCAA Women’s March Madness, Predictions for Sweet Sixteen

Kayla Kim, Production Editor March 25, 2022

After a hectic first and second round in the Women’s NCAA March Madness tournament, there is some calm before the next round, the Sweet Sixteen.    The first round saw six upsets and some...

It’s Finally Time to Get Outside! Spring Activities Near Oberlin

Matt Rudella, Senior Staff Writer March 25, 2022

It’s finally that time of year. The sun is out longer, the weather’s warming up — along with the climate — and people can once again be found throwing a frisbee in North Quad or just laying in...


Sarah Voit sails through the air during pole vault to earn indoor All-American honors.

All-Americans Galore for Oberlin Track and Field

Matt Rudella, Senior Staff Writer March 18, 2022

The NCAA indoor track and field championships were a massive success for the Oberlin Yeowomen in North Carolina this past weekend, including two top-five finishes and two All-American nominations. The...

The women’s tennis team has been preparing for the season by competing against Division II schools.

Women’s Tennis Prepares for Conference Matches Through Division II Competition

River Schiff, Senior Staff Writer March 18, 2022

Tomorrow, the women’s tennis team will play DePauw University in their first North Coast Athletic Conference matchup of the season. The team has been preparing for conference play in an unusual way:...

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