The Oberlin Review

Yeowomen, Yeomen Up for Homestretch

Darren Zaslau, Staff Writer

March 4, 2016

Oberlin’s track and field teams trav­eled to Granville, Ohio, Friday to com­pete in the Denison University Last Chance Meet. Sophomore Annie Go­odridge, junior Ave Spencer and first-year Imani Cook-Gist led the way for Oberlin, posting record marks in their respective events. Oberlin Head Coach Ray Appen­heimer said he was pleased with the team’s effort. “It was a great last tune-up meet for us heading into the conference meet,” Appenheimer said. Goodridge tied her own school re­cord in the women’s long jump by re­cording a mark of 5.48 meters, which ranks the sophomore 26th in the nation. The Boston native said she was sat­isfied with her effort at the Denison meet,but looks forward to improving. “I...

Feature Photo: Men's Basketball

Feature Photo: Men’s Basketball

February 5, 2016

First-year guard Eli Silverman-Lloyd tees up a three-pointer against the visiting Denison University Big Red. The Yeomen made an impressive second-half comeback following a 13-point deficit in their game on Wednesday night, but ultimately fell to the Big Red 69–65. The team came out of conference play over Winter Term with a balanced 6–6 record, with Wednesday’s game pushing them to 6–7. Their game this Saturday against Wittenberg University will give them another chance to balance the books,...

Junior guard Bri Santiago dribbles at the top of the key against the visiting Denison University Big Red Wednesday. Santiago grabbed four rebounds and two steals in the contest, but the Yeowomen were defeated to the tune of 45–44. The Yeowomen are now 4–8 in the NCAC and 10–11 overall.

Oberlin Lose Heartbreaker to Denison

February 5, 2016

The Denison University Big Red, North Coast Athletic Conference leaders, narrowly edged out the women’s basketball team 45–44 on Wednesday night in the Yeowomen’s first game of the spring semester. With the loss, Oberlin now holds seventh place in the Conference, falling to a record of 10–11, 4–8 NCAC. The victorious Big Red stretched their win­ning streak to 11 games and advanced their record to 18–3, 11–1 NCAC. The game was a back-and-forth tilt, featuring an unusual nine lead...

First-year center Olivia Canning leaps to tip a shot over her opponent
from the College of Wooster Fighting Scots. The Yeowomen fell in a
close match against the Fighting Scots on Wednesday 52–50, putting
them on a three-game losing streak.

Fighting Scots Outlast Yeowomen

December 11, 2015

After a hot start to the 2015- 2016 season, the women’s bas­ketball team lost its third straight game on Wednesday night, falling to the College of Wooster Fight­ing Scots 52–50 at Philips gym. The losing streak began with the Yeowomen’s Dec. 2 matchup against the Denison University Big Red. The team was unable to recover from a lackluster first period, which ultimately allowed the Big Red to cruise to victory in the remainder of the contest. Senior guard Caroline Hamil­ton explained...

Junior attacker and Review Business Manager Maureen Coffey dribbles toward a breakaway on Bailey Field. The Yeowomen fell to a late-game surge by the Denison University Big Red during their home opener on Wednesday, Sept. 9.

Big Red Surge Past Yeowomen in Second Half

September 11, 2015

Unable to counter a strong second-half surge by the Denison University Big Red, the field hockey team fell 6–1 at the Austin E. Knowlton Athletics Complex this past Wednesday. The loss puts the Yeowomen at 0–3 for the sea­son and 0–1 in the North Coast Athletic Conference. Following a competitive first half in which neither team surrendered a goal, the Big Red began the second half firing on all cylinders. Denison un­leashed a barrage of 23 shots in the sec­ond session with six finding...

Junior midfielder Grace Barlow sprints to catch the ball in a game against the Denison University Big Red last Saturday in Granville, Ohio. The Yeowomen fell 14–7 in what was their last game of the season.

Women’s Lacrosse Falls Short in NCAC Championship

May 8, 2015

The Denison University women’s lacrosse team offensively dominated the first half of the North Coast Athletic Conference championship against the Yeowomen last Saturday, scoring eight goals within 20 minutes and holding Oberlin to just three. The Big Red’s scoring momentum, paired with its solid defensive efforts, carried over into the second half, and the team tacked on six more goals to take home the conference title, winning 14–7. For the Yeowomen, advancing to the conference championship ...

Junior guard Caroline Hamilton takes a crucial free throw late in the second half against the visiting Allegheny College Gators. Hamilton contributed 14 points off the bench, and the Yeowomen won 75–72.

Women’s Basketball Rallies Late Over Gators

February 13, 2015

The women’s basketball team withstood a second-half surge by the Denison University Big Red last Wednesday, getting 14 points from senior forward Christina Marquette and junior guard Lindsey Bernhardt in the extra period to win 62–54. Marquette and Bernhardt combined for 34 points in the victory, which included a combined 6–11 from three-point territory. Marquette closed the game one rebound shy of a double-double, while Bernhardt chipped in four assists. The Yeowomen dominated the majority...

Volleyball Falls in Straight Sets, Moves to 6–14

Nate Levinson and Tyler Sloan

October 10, 2014

The women’s volleyball team fell in consecutive sets to the Denison University Big Red on Wednesday, snapping its two-game winning streak and pushing its record to 6–14. Fresh off of hard-fought wins against the Penn St.-Behrend Lions and the La Roche College Redhawks, the Yeowomen were unable to continue their momentum against Denison, falling 25–17, 25–11, 26–24. Despite the team’s less than stellar record, junior captain Molly Powers says that the statistics do not represent how the Yeowomen have performed. “I think in general we probably had some higher expectations [ for] the season, but I definitely don’t think our record has been a reflection of how we’ve been playing on the court,” she ...

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