The Oberlin Review

Softball Earns Split Against Kenyon Ladies, Falls to Allegheny Gators

Softball Earns Split Against Kenyon Ladies, Falls to Allegheny Gators

April 6, 2018

The Yeowomen recorded their first win against rival Kenyon College Ladies in three years in their first week of North Coast Athletic Conference play last weekend 14–12. However, it was the only win they recorded, as they split the doubleheader against the Ladies on Saturday, and dropped both games of their double header against the Allegheny College Gators Wednesday 2–9 and 2–8. Going into the Wednesday games, Head Coach Sara Schoenhoft — who is in her third year with the program — was o...

Tennis Sends Off Senior with Victory

Sloane Garelick

May 2, 2014

Filed under Tennis, Varsity Spring

Last weekend the tennis team closed out their spring season with a win and a loss in the North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament. The team finished its season with a 12–13 record, going 1–3 in conference play. As the fifth-seeded team in the tournament, the Yeomen took on the fourth-seeded team, the Allegheny College Gators in the quarterfinals last Friday. Unfortunately, the match ended with a 5–0 loss for the Yeomen. With its season the line, the coaches made some changes to the team’s usual lineup, hoping to achieve better results. “We felt it gave us the best opportunity to win the match, and unfortunately the gamble didn't pay off,” said senior Charles Marks. The Gators, ranked No.11 in the regi...

Mixed 11–23 Season Draws to a Close

Mixed 11–23 Season Draws to a Close

May 2, 2014

After a 0–2 loss in the first of two games, the softball team responded with a convincing 9–3 victory over Allegheny College Wednesday, April 23. With the win, the Yeowomen set a school record, going 5–11 in North Coast Athletic Conference play. “Winning that game allowed us to break the record for most conference wins in school history,” said Head Coach Mimi Mahon. “We actually knocked Allegheny out of the conference tournament with our win against them.” After the low-scoring...

Second Half Struggles Doom Yeowomen Against Allegheny

Sarena Malsin

April 18, 2014

Filed under Lacrosse, SPORTS, Uncategorized, Varsity Spring

The women’s lacrosse team has played well recently, winning two of its last three games to push its record to 7–3. The Yeowomen defeated the Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops 10–9 on April 9 and trounced the Washington & Jefferson College Presidents by a score of 18–3 on Saturday afternoon. On Thursday night, the team’s winning streak ended as they fell to 15–9 to the Allegheny College Gators. The Yeowomen’s win against the Presidents came with ease; Head Coach Lynda McCandlish referred to it as “not a challenge — a stress free game.” Ten different Yeowomen scored to secure the victory. “This shows how much depth we have and the wide range of skills the whole team possesses,”...

Despite Rainy Preseason, Obies Remain Hopeful

Tyler Sloan, Staff Writer

March 7, 2014

Filed under Baseball, SPORTS, Varsity Spring

The baseball team will hit the road this weekend for its first games of the season. This spring the Yeomen welcome 10 first-years to their roster, pushing the total number to 39 players. Coming off a successful 22–21 season and boasting a talented pool of returning players, the Yeomen have set high expectations for themselves in the upcoming season. Oberlin’s last season ended in the semifinal round of the North Coast Athletic Conference tournament against Allegheny College in a heart breaking 6–5 loss. Though the defeat was a tough one to swallow for the team, the successful season set a handful of new Oberlin baseball records with 22 wins and the first tournament appearance in Oberlin history. “My main...

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