Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

The Oberlin softball team poses for a team photo on Culhane Field at Dolcemaschio Stadium.

Oberlin Softball Players Face Racism from Rose-Hulman

Zoe Kuzbari, Contributing Sports Editor May 20, 2022

On April 3, during a double-header against the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, IN, members of Oberlin’s softball team were confronted with racial slurs from the opposing team. In...

Graduating Athletes Speak on Life After College Sports

John Elrod, Contributing Sports Editor May 20, 2022

With the spring sports teams having wrapped up their seasons earlier this month, all Oberlin athletes set to graduate in June have completed their athletic careers. Some of them feel the pressure being...

“Play Like A Girl” Inspires Next Generation of Athletes

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor May 20, 2022

With hopes of facilitating a love of sports among girls, Oberlin College Athletics held the eighth annual “Play Like A Girl” event May 15. The event, which was held virtually for the past two years,...

Fourth-Year Athletes Write to their First-Year Selves

Alex Caceres and Francesca Kern May 20, 2022

Dear first-year Alex,  Looking back on my time as a student-athlete, here are five pieces of advice I would give to you as you enter college. Enjoy the ride while it lasts. Live in the moment. As...

In the Locker Room: John Elrod, Zoe Kuzbari, and Zoë Martin del Campo, Review Sports Editors

Kayla Kim, Contributing Sports Editor May 20, 2022

College fourth-year Zoë Martin del Campo and College third-years John Elrod and Zoe Kuzbari are the current sports editors for the Review. I sat down with them in the Review’s production room (not the...

A lone family sits in the otherwise empty stadium stands.

The MLB: Big Changes Necessary for Game to Stay Alive

Matt Rudella, Senior Staff Writer May 13, 2022

The story has been circulating in the sports world recently that baseball is dying. The people saying that are not wrong — baseball has become much more difficult to watch in recent years due to changes...

How Much Does the Review Staff Actually Know About Sports?

How Much Does the Review Staff Actually Know About Sports?

John Elrod and Zoë Martin del Campo May 13, 2022

  Editor’s note: The following quiz was administered entirely in multiple choice form and our editors are certain that multiple correct answers were obtained by guessing.   As a sports...

Long stick midfielder and defender Matthew Huang runs on Bailey Field all geared up for a home game.

In the Locker Room with Matt Huang, Lacrosse Player, Student-Researcher, YeoFit Trainer

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor May 13, 2022

College fourth-year and defender Matt Huang has been playing lacrosse for 16 years. At Oberlin, he was part of the squad that made it to the North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament semifinals against...

Oberlin women’s soccer stands in a team huddle on Fred Shults Field during a game in the 2021 season.

Bench players face unique challenges in opportunity and reward

Adrienne Sato, Senior Staff Writer May 13, 2022

Oberlin athletes put an immense amount of time and dedication into their sport, but not every player has an equal chance to reap the benefits. Across every athletic team at Oberlin, there are players who...

Oberlin Track and Field Dominates NCAC Outdoor Championships

Oberlin Track and Field Dominates NCAC Outdoor Championships

Andrea Nguyen, Sports Editor May 13, 2022

Despite unrelenting rain, Oberlin’s Track and Field team competed in the North Coast Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships at the Kahn Track and Fred Schultz Field this past weekend. After winning...

Gregory Rousseau, a football defensive end for the Buffalo Bills, played college football at the University of Miami.

NFL Draft Sparks Conversations Around NCAA Sports Betting Rule

Zoe Kuzbari, Contributing Sports Editor May 6, 2022

American football fans have a better understanding of what the upcoming football season will look like for their teams now that the NFL draft has been finalized. The draft, which draws in millions of viewers...

Oberlin Athletics Talks Peculiar Pre-Game Superstitions

Oberlin Athletics Talks Peculiar Pre-Game Superstitions

Matt Rudella, Senior Staff Writer May 6, 2022

Everybody does something to get in the zone. When there’s a big game or test coming up, most people tend to have a ritual to mentally prepare themselves. Personally, I like to listen to aggressive rap...

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