The Oberlin Review

Men’s Tennis Splits Heading into NCAC Tournament

Men’s Tennis Splits Heading into NCAC Tournament

April 27, 2018

The No. 37 men’s tennis team finished the regular season with a pair of matches last weekend, easily dispatching the Allegheny College Gators 8–1 Saturday and dropping a close contest to the No. 28 Denison University Big Red 6–3 Sunday. The Yeomen enter the North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament as the third seed behind Kenyon College and Denison with a record of 9–9. In the first matchup Saturday, the Yeomen dominated the Gators in singles play, winning all six pairings. Sophomore Cam...

Men’s Lacrosse Drops Close Games to Denison, Kenyon

Men’s Lacrosse Drops Close Games to Denison, Kenyon

April 13, 2018

This week, the men’s lacrosse team dropped both of its games. While the team nearly pulled off an upset against the No. 8 nationally-ranked Denison Big Red, they ultimately fell short 14–6 last Saturday. The Yeomen also faced off against North Coast Athletic Conference rival the Kenyon College Lords, losing 15–10 on Wednesday. The pair of losses dropped the Yeomen to 5–7 over- all and 0–5 in NCAC play. Against Denison, Oberlin was able to take a 4–3 lead early in the second quarter, th...

Men’s Tennis Gains Momentum, Tops No. 35 Hobart

Men’s Tennis Gains Momentum, Tops No. 35 Hobart

March 9, 2018

The men’s tennis team defeated the No. 35 nationally ranked Hobart Statesmen 6–3 Sunday to win their third match in a row, improving to 4–6 on the season. After a brutal opening slate that included four losses in five contests, the Yeomen are finding their rhythm going into spring break and conference play. “Our doubles were as solid as we’ve had in any team I’ve coached here,” Head Coach Eric Ishida said. “It was just a great team effort. Camron [Cohen] and Stephen [Gruppuso] continue...

Perspective: Track Teams Take On All-Ohio

Perspective: Track Teams Take On All-Ohio

February 16, 2018

On Saturday, the men’s and women’s track and field teams loaded up the turtle tops and drove down to Otterbein University to take on the best Division III competition in the state at the All-Ohio Indoor Championships. Simply qualifying for the meet was a challenge in itself, as entries were limited to the top sixteen athletes in each event. At the end of the day, the Yeowomen placed fifth in Ohio with 66 points, while the Yeomen took seventeenth with seven points. Otterbein and Mount Union won...

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