The Oberlin Review

Sophomore defensive back Jubreel Hason plays tight coverage against the Hiram College Terriers receiver last Saturday in their 27–14 win

Football Earns Decisive Win During Parents Weekend

November 10, 2017

The Yeomen won their first game in nearly two months last Saturday, as they defeated the Hiram College Terriers 27–14, holding control for practically the entire game. The win, the Yeomen’s third at home this season, also put an end to their six-game losing streak. “It was great to execute consistently,” sophomore linebacker Von Wooding said. “We always find better energy when we play at home in front of our fans.” The game took place during parents weekend and featured an impressive...

Men’s lacrosse seniors Paul Paschke, Connor Jackson, Mickey Fiorillo, Noel Myers, Kirby Liv- ingston and Matthew Rogers pose for a picture. The team won its Senior Day game 17–4 over the DePauw University Tigers.

Yeomen Trounce Tigers on Senior Day

April 18, 2014

After three consecutive losses dropped its record below .500, the men’s lacrosse team defeated the DePauw University Tigers on Saturday and the Hiram College Terriers on Wednesday to push its record to 7–6. On the heels of a 9–13 loss to Wittenberg University the previous week, the Yeomen faced the Tigers hoping to rebound. Ultimately, they were successful and came away with a 17–4 victory. “DePauw was a great win for us,” said sophomore defender Matthew Basile. “It’s always...

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