The Oberlin Review

Wertman Spearheads Yeomen Victories

Wertman Spearheads Yeomen Victories

September 30, 2016

After scoring game-winning goals over the Baldwin Wallace University Yellow Jackets and the DePauw University Tigers last week, senior midfielder Nick Wertman was named the North Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Week. The Westlake, Ohio native currently is tied for the team lead with three goals and eight points. A two-time Second Team All-NCAC selection, Wertman plays a key role for the squad being ranked No. 25 in the most recent National Soccer Coaches Association of America top-25 poll...

Top 5 Yeo Moments of 2015

Randy Ollie, Sports Editor

December 11, 2015

Filed under SPORTS, Varsity Fall, Varsity Winter

Ouch, That Stings! The women’s basketball team earned a tough victory Nov. 24 over the Baldwin Wallace Yellow Jackets. The Yellow Jackets, ranked 25th in the nation, led for most of the contest, and when their lead extended to 10 points in the middle of the third quarter, it looked like the visitors might depart Philips gym with a win. Down by three with a little over a minute to play, junior forward Eleanor Van Buren knocked down a game-tying shot from beyond the arc, leveling the score at 61–61 and sending Philips gym into a frenzy. The Yeowomen then went on to get a crucial defensive stop, and senior captain Lind­sey Bernhardt hoisted up a layup in traffic for the go-ahead bucket. The Yeowomen are cu...

Yeomen Down Big Red, Fall to Lords

Yeomen Down Big Red, Fall to Lords

November 6, 2015

A powerful early shot from the Kenyon College Lords to the lower left corner of Ober­lin’s goal spelled defeat for the men’s soccer team at the North Coast Athletic Confer­ence semifinals on Wednes­day. Oberlin was unable to equalize after Kenyon’s junior forward Tony Amolo found the back of the net just 14 min­utes into the first half, ending their conference campaign with a score of 1–0. The loss to the Lords was all too familiar for the Yeomen, as they were also defeated by Kenyon...

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