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The Oberlin Review

Women’s Tennis Racks up Points in Season Opener

Shahab Raza
February 17, 2012
Filed under SPORTS, Tennis, Varsity Spring

Perhaps the most impressive part of the display put on by the women’s tennis team last Saturday at John W. Heisman Fieldhouse was how incredibly routine it was. The Yeowomen came out in their double-header with an unassuming nonchalance, losing only one of nine matches against Baldwin-Wallace College...

Ace! Yeomen Squash Malone in Season Opener

Phoebe Hammer
February 17, 2012
Filed under SPORTS, Tennis, Varsity Spring

Last weekend, the men’s tennis team’s offseason training finally paid off when they left the court with a 7–2 win at home against Malone University in their first match of the season. “Even with our small size, we have a good mix of classes and I think everyone really stepped up this weekend,”...

Yeomen and Yeowomen Alike Receive Conference Accolades

John Crittenden, Staff Writer
May 13, 2011
Filed under Baseball, Lacrosse, SPORTS, Sports Editorials & Features, Tennis, Track and Field, Varsity Spring

With spring sports at a close, the North Coast Athletic Conference recently honored numerous Yeomen and Yeowomen for their exemplary play. In women's tennis, junior Ariel Lewis received her third consecutive All-NCAC First Team selection. Lewis, who notched her 100th career win midway through the ...

Yeomen and Yeowomen Give Strong Effort in Conference Tournament

John Critterden, Staff Writer
May 6, 2011
Filed under SPORTS, Tennis, Varsity Spring

The men's and women's tennis North Coast Athletic Conference Championships were held this past weekend at Oberlin College. Both the Yeomen and Yeowomen have reason to be proud of their achievements in the tournament, in addition to bright future prospects. The Yeomen played three matches, posting...

Tennis Teams Look to NCAC Tourney After Close Losses

Alen Cisija
April 22, 2011
Filed under SPORTS, Tennis, Varsity Spring

The end of the regular season is fast approaching for both of Oberlin’s varsity tennis teams, as the Yeomen and Yeowomen are jockeying for position in the upcoming North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament next weekend. The men dropped two hard-fought matches this week against nationally rank...

Men’s Tennis Shows Promise But Comes Up Short

John Critterden
March 18, 2011
Filed under SPORTS, Tennis, Varsity Spring

Oberlin is on the cusp of becoming a significant force in men’s tennis in the North Coast Athletic Conference; the team must simply find a way to close out matches. This past Saturday, March 12, the team lost hard-fought matches against Grove City College and Ohio Wesleyan University, both by scores...

Tennis Teams In Search of Consistency Following Tough Losses

James Blankenship and Ariel Lewis
March 11, 2011
Filed under SPORTS, Tennis, Varsity Spring

Last week was a rough one for Oberlin’s tennis squads, who dropped a combined three matches in the season’s early going. The Yeomen suffered consecutive defeats in their doubleheader last Saturday, losing 8–1 and 9–0 at the hands of Hope College and Elmhurst College, respectively. Just two days...

Chun Leads Yeomen to a Perfect Week

Chris Landers, Sports Editor
March 4, 2011
Filed under SPORTS, Tennis, Varsity Spring

The men’s tennis team was on fire this week, defeating Heidelberg University on Saturday by a score of 7–2 and picking up a 6–3 win over Mount Union College on Wednesday. The Yeomen, who improved to 3–2 on the year, won with dominant singles play in both contests. Against Heidelberg, Oberlin...

Yeowomen Sweep Doubleheader with Ease

Max Anzilotti
February 25, 2011
Filed under SPORTS, Tennis, Varsity Spring

The Yeowomen opened the day against Otterbein and dominated from the start. All three doubles pairings won by a score of 8–1. In the top slot, junior Ariel Lewis and sophomore Farah Leclercq teamed up to beat the Cardinals’ Julie Stroyne and Brook Trine. A sophomore transfer from Florida Gulf...

In The Locker Room: First-Year Tennis Star Logan Chun

Brenna Sheldon
February 18, 2011
Filed under In the Locker Room, SPORTS, Tennis, Varsity Spring

What is your favorite aspect of tennis? The competition. You play one opponent, two if it's doubles, and you have to try to figure out how to defeat them. It’s a mental process. Plus, I like running all over the court. When did you start playing tennis? When I was 8. Singles or doubles? ...

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