The Oberlin Review

Strong Chemistry to Carry Field Hockey this Fall

Ellie Huizenga

September 6, 2013

Filed under Field Hockey, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

With the addition of eight first-years to the 10 returning players, the field hockey team is ready to start their 2013 season. Sophomore Dyaami D’Orazio stated that she is “most looking forward to the increase in wins over last year.” With four wins and 11 losses last year, the field hockey team is excited to improve its record this season through hard work. The season started for the Yeowomen long before classes began, when the entire team arrived on campus on Aug. 17 to begin preseason training. Throughout that time, the field hockey team worked on improving its fitness level as well as its technical ability on the field. Preseason consists of two practices a day in the scorching sun and humid air.  It wasn’t...

Field Hockey Drops Two Conference Games

Ian Adomeit, Staff Writer

September 28, 2012

Filed under Field Hockey, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

The field hockey team wrapped up the first half of its season this past week with two games against North Coast Athletic Conference opponents Ohio Wesleyan University and The College of Wooster. The team traveled to Delaware, Ohio, on Sept. 27 to face the Ohio Wesleyan Battling Bishops. The game was scoreless in the first half until the Bishops scored in the 34th minute. The Yeowomen failed to score before the halftime whistle and began the second half down 1–0. Five minutes into the second half the Bishops added another goal to push their lead to 2–0. The Yeowomen responded with a goal of their own in the 53rd minute by sophomore forward Jodi Helsel. However, the team failed to score again and finished the...

In the Locker Room: Emma Sanford

Madeline O'Meara, Sports Editor

February 10, 2012

Filed under Field Hockey, In the Locker Room, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

What is your field hockey experience? I have been involved in field hockey for 25 years as a player; I started when I was 5. I played in England for some quite prestigious clubs … I was on junior teams for the Ipswich Ladies Hockey Club. I also played for the Wimbledon Club, which is the oldest ladies club in England, and the Colchester Hockey Club in my hometown. I played two years at Miami [University of Ohio]. I started my first game freshman year and lettered. Due to some issues within the program I went back to London and my senior year [at Roehampton University of Surrey] in London … we made national finals and lost to St. Andrews. And we think we may have played against Kate Middleton. What has your coaching career been...

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