The Oberlin Review

Two Yeomen catapult off the starting blocks in Oberlin's dual meet against the Wittenberg University Tigers Saturday, Nov. 14. The swimming and diving team anticipates competitive races across the board at the Fredonia Invitational this weekend.

Yeowomen Win Big at Allegheny

December 4, 2015

After recovering from a strenuous double-dual meet at Allegheny College against the Allegheny College Gators and the Malone University Pioneers on Nov. 21, the swimming and diving team is ready for its three-day invitational in Fredonia this weekend. The Yeowomen returned home from Meadville, PA, with wins against both of their competitors, topping Allegheny 160–34 and earning a commanding win of 178–109 against the Division-II Malone. The Yeomen didn’t see the same success, suffering brutal...

Two Wins Open Yeowomen’s Season

Randy Ollie, Sports Editor

November 20, 2015

The Yeowomen improved to 2–0 with a dominant 85–57 win over the Thiel College Tomcats Monday night. The backcourt of senior guard Lindsey Bernhardt and first-year guard Alexandra Stipano combined for 42 total points, blaz­ing the way for Oberlin. Bernhardt finished the game with 26 points, one shy of a career high, as well as going a perfect 8–8 from the charity stripe and chipping in three assists in the victory. Stipano contributed five as­sists toward the winning effort in her first collegiate road game. Senior guard Caro­line Hamilton also had an impressive per­formance, adding nine points and a career-high seven assists in her starting capacity. The Yeowomen pounced on the Tomcats early, starting...

Player of the Week: Jack Poyle

Player of the Week: Jack Poyle

November 20, 2015

Junior guard Jack Poyle netted 25 points in the Yeomen’s home opener Monday against the Muskingum University Fighting Muskies, shooting an efficient 9–14 on the night and netting nine rebounds. Poyle was recently named NCAC Player of the Week for his performance at Kalamazoo College, scoring 22 points and snagging 10 rebounds, garnering his first career double-double. The junior captain is currently averaging 23.5 points and 10 rebounds per game, leading the Yeomen in both points and rebounds ...

Senior center and Review Sports Editor Randy Ollie protects the ball from his Muskingum University opponent in the Yeomen’s home opener Tuesday night. The Yeomen’s 102–94 victory over the Fighting Muskies brought them to a promising 2–0 to start their season.

Yeomen Firing on All Cylinders

November 20, 2015

The men’s basket­ball team kicked off the 2015–2016 campaign with two impressive victories, defeating Kalamazoo Col­lege Saturday with a score of 91–81 and Muskingum University on Tuesday to the tune of 102–94. Offen­sive firepower came at a premium in both contests for the Yeomen, who were red-hot from the court in both games. In the season opener against the Kalamazoo College Hornets, the Yeo­men started the contest engaged in a back-and-forth battle that featured 16 lead changes...

Junior guard Briana Santiago delivers a pass across the lane to senior forward Katie Lucaites. The Yeowomen will open their season with a home game Saturday at 6 p.m. against the Olivet College Comets.

Yeowomen Gear Up For New Season

November 13, 2015

Consistency, hard work, and focus in each and every practice and game — those are the values that Oberlin women’s basketball players and coaches have adopted to build upon last year’s success. The Yeowomen posted one of the best seasons in school history in 2014—2015, led by perhaps the greatest player in school history, Christina Marquette, OC ’15, who graduated as the program’s all-time leader in scoring and rebounding. While Marquette’s graduation leaves a void, the team returns...

Senior diver Benjamin Miyamoto curls into his 3-meter dive at Oberlin’s Robert Carr Pool at the swimming and diving team’s home opening meet. The College of Wooster Fighting Scots defeated the Yeomen and Yeowomen 207–87 and 161–135, respectively.

Oberlin Unable to Make a Splash in Home Meet

November 6, 2015

The swimming and diving teams were defeated by The College of Wooster Saturday in their first home dual-meet of the season. The Yeowomen saw early success at the home opener, with the team of seniors Lauren Wong and Deirdre Haren and juniors Maddie Prang­ley and Nora Cooper defeating the Fighting Scots in the 200-yard med­ley relay with a time of 1 minute, 55.31 seconds. Cooper and Prangley would go on to take first and second in the 200-yard free, clocking in at 2:0.45 and 2:2.80 respectively....

Player of the Week: Maddie Prangley

Player of the Week: Maddie Prangley

November 6, 2015 named junior Maddie Prangley the North Coast Athletic Conference Swimmer of the Week last week. Prangley earned this honor following two standout performances last weekend against the Hiram College Terriers and The College of Wooster Fighting Scots. She dominated her Hiram competitors in the 800-meter freestyle on Friday, winning the race by 56 seconds with a time of 10 minutes, 2.5 seconds. She took home another victory for the Yeowomen in the 100-meter freestyle, finishing at ...

Senior captain Jesse Neugarten hits a layup against a defender from The College of Wooster last Saturday in Philips gym. The Yeomen concluded their season on Tuesday, finishing with an overall record of 10–16 and a conference record of 6–12.

Battling Bishops Knock Men’s Basketball Out of Playoffs

February 27, 2015

The men’s basketball team saw its season end in defeat when it fell 83–66 to the No. 1 team in the conference, the Ohio Wesleyan Battling Bishops, last Tuesday. The Yeomen had previously struggled against the Battling Bishops, falling 86–61 and 106–76 earlier in the season. Tuesday’s contest had the Yeomen struggling again, and though they played it close for much of the game, trailing the Bishops by three points late in the first half, the Bishops’ offensive surges kept the Yeomen at bay. ...

Senior guard Christina Marquette dribbles past a defender in an NCAC playoff game against Wittenberg University on Sunday. Marquette finishes her career holding the all-time scoring and rebound record for Oberlin women’s basketball as one of the most decorated players in the program’s history.

Despite Tough End, Future Bright for Women’s Basketball

February 27, 2015

The women’s basketball team saw its record-breaking season come to an end last Tuesday when the Yeowomen fell to the visiting Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops by a score of 75–58. A raucous crowd of 456 was in attendance to witness the Yeowomen’s first home playoff game since 1990. The Yeowomen hung tough with the Battling Bishops for over half the game, as junior Lindsey Bernhardt tied the game at 39 points with 17:53 to go in the second half with a three-pointer. It was all Bis...

Sophomore Jean-Paul Gilbert flips in the men’s
diving competition at the North Coast Athletic
Conference championships last weekend. The
swimming and diving team concluded its regular
season at the meet.

Women’s Swimming and Diving Breaks Oberlin Records in Season Closer

February 20, 2015

The North Coast Athletic Conference four-day championship meet proved historic for the women’s swimming and diving team when it broke Oberlin records with a fourth-place finish and a final tally of 913 points. The relay team of junior Samma Regan and sophomores Vera Hutchison, Nora Cooper and Maddie Prangley headlined the Yeowomen’s success in the 800-yard relay with a fourth-place finish of 7 minutes, 39.71 seconds. The speedy race, which the squad finished 10 seconds faster than the previousl...

Sophomore guard Nate Cohen launches a shot against the visiting Hiram College Terriers last Saturday. Cohen scored a career-high 20 points in the game to help carry the Yeomen to a 83–58 victory.

Men’s Basketball Splits Pair Against Hiram, Ohio Wesleyan

February 20, 2015

The men’s basketball team split its last two games with a convincing 83–58 win over the visiting Hiram College Terriers last Saturday and a tough 106–76 loss against the Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops on Wednesday. Sophomore Nate Cohen spearheaded the Yeomen’s offense with a career-high 20 points and 5 assists against the Terriers. He attributed his sharpshooting to both recent training and his teammates’ adept off-the-ball movement. “I’ve been getting into the gym a bun...

First-year guard Tyler Parlor looks to make a pass against the visiting Allegheny College Gators.
Parlor notched her first career double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds against
Hiram College last Saturday. The Yeowomen are currently 10–5 in conference play and
14–10 overall.

Marquette Leads Women’s Basketball to OT Win

February 20, 2015

The women’s basketball team added to its record-breaking season last Saturday when it came from behind to beat the visiting Hiram College Terriers 76–72 in overtime. The win pushed the team’s overall record to 14–9 and its North Coast Athletic Conference record to 10–4, making it their best NCAC record ever. The Yeowomen began the game slowly, trailing by five at halftime, but they rode a 17-point second half by senior forward Christina Marquette to tie the game and eventually win in ...

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