The Oberlin Review

Despite Rainy Preseason, Obies Remain Hopeful

Tyler Sloan, Staff Writer

March 7, 2014

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...

Junior sprinter and jumper Margaret Miller competes at the Crimson & Gold Invitational in the Heisman Club Field House. Miller ran the final leg of the 4x400-meter relay at the All-Ohio meet last weekend.

Track and Field Impress at All-Ohio

February 21, 2014

This past weekend, the men’s and women’s track and field teams divided and conquered at three separate meets: the All-Ohio championships at Otterbein University, the Baldwin Wallace University Mid-February meet and the Grand Valley State meet. Those who qualified in previous races competed at the All-Ohio meets while the rest of the team went to Baldwin Wallace University. The top three distance runners for the Yeowomen competed at Grand Valley State. “We were really happy with how this wee...

courtesy of Erik Andrews

Yeomen Defeat Hiram for Spot at NCAC’s

February 21, 2014

 The men’s basketball team defeated Hiram College in a stirring turnaround of events, breaking their three–game losing streak last weekend. The Yeomen, now 7–16 overall, secured the final spot in the North Coast Athletic Conference tournament with a decisive victory over the Terriers with a score of 91–79. Although the first half did not look promising for the Yeomen, who entered the second half of the game down 49–39, the players managed to pull off a crucial comeback with NCAC playoffs o...

Yeowomen Ready for Conference Tournament

Sarena Malsin

February 21, 2014

After a strenuous first half, the women’s basketball team achieved a satisfying 58–45 victory against Hiram College on Saturday afternoon. “Both teams started out slow,” said sophomore Katie Lucaites, “But by the second half we were definitely capitalizing on Hiram’s sluggishness.” The Yeowomen were trailing by one point at halftime, the score left at 24–23 in Hiram’s favor. Oberlin soon found a comfortable lead of 38–47, further extended by 11 points after two consecutive free throws by senior Lillian Jahan. “We were able to keep the game close enough so it didn’t get away from us,” said junior Christina Marquette, who finished with 12 points. Other major scorers were senior Malisa Ho...

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