Oberlin Yeomen

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 15-11 - Conference: 10-6
11/10 vs. Alma Final W, 59-45 BX
11/16 vs. Capital Final L, 39-34 BX
@ DeCarlo Center - University Hts., OH
11/17 at John Carroll Final W, 59-53 BX
11/20 vs. Trine Final L, 77-53 BX
11/24 vs. Muskingum Final W, 72-63 BX
12/1 at Kalamazoo Final W, 71-26 BX
12/5 vs. Kenyon * • Final W, 51-47 BX
12/8 at DePauw * • Final L, 66-37 BX RC PH
12/10 vs. Denison * • Final L, 73-50 BX
12/29 at Rochester Final - OT L, 63-61 BX RC
@ Westerville, OH - Rike Center
12/30 at Otterbein Final L, 64-44 BX
1/2 at Ohio Wesleyan * • Final W, 55-48 BX
1/5 vs. Wittenberg * • Final W, 56-52 BX
1/9 vs. Wooster * • Final L, 55-44 BX
1/12 at Hiram * • Final W, 58-55 BX
1/16 vs. Allegheny * • Final W, 63-50 BX
1/18 vs. Thiel Final - OT W, 72-65 BX
1/23 at Kenyon * • Final W, 67-45 BX
1/26 vs. DePauw * • Final L, 51-48 BX RC
1/30 vs. Ohio Wesleyan * • Final W, 53-43 BX
2/2 at Denison * • Final L, 63-47 BX
2/6 at Allegheny * • Final W, 52-22 BX RC
2/9 vs. Hiram * • Final W, 78-60 BX
2/13 at Wooster * • Final W, 66-49 BX
2/16 at Wittenberg * • Final L, 60-48 BX
2/19 at Wittenberg Final L, 70-64 BX

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 15-11 - Conference: 10-6
12/5 vs. Kenyon * • W, 51-47 BX
12/8 at DePauw * • L, 66-37 BX RC PH
12/10 vs. Denison * • L, 73-50 BX
1/2 at Ohio Wesleyan * • W, 55-48 BX
1/5 vs. Wittenberg * • W, 56-52 BX
1/9 vs. Wooster * • L, 55-44 BX
1/12 at Hiram * • W, 58-55 BX
1/16 vs. Allegheny * • W, 63-50 BX
1/23 at Kenyon * • W, 67-45 BX
1/26 vs. DePauw * • L, 51-48 BX RC
1/30 vs. Ohio Wesleyan * • W, 53-43 BX
2/2 at Denison * • L, 63-47 BX
2/6 at Allegheny * • W, 52-22 BX RC
2/9 vs. Hiram * • W, 78-60 BX
2/13 at Wooster * • W, 66-49 BX
2/16 at Wittenberg * • L, 60-48 BX

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/NCAC/Women/2018-19/standings-div1 : /conf/NCAC/Women/2018-19/standings-div2 : /conf/NCAC/Women/2018-19/standings

2018-19

DePauw 15-1 25-5
Denison 12-4 18-9
Wittenberg 11-5 18-9
Kenyon 11-5 17-9
Oberlin 10-6 15-11
Ohio Wesleyan 5-11 11-16
Hiram 4-12 10-16
Wooster 2-14 6-19
Allegheny 2-14 6-20

Past Records

2017-18 (21-8, 13-3 NCAC)
2016-17 (13-14, 9-7 NCAC)
2015-16 (12-14, 6-10 NCAC)
2014-15 (14-12, 10-6 NCAC)
2013-14 (9-17, 4-12 NCAC)
2012-13 (9-17, 4-12 NCAC)
2011-12 (6-20, 3-13 NCAC)
2010-11 (8-18, 3-11 NCAC)
2009-10 (5-21, 4-12 NCAC)
2008-09 (5-21, 3-13 NCAC)
2007-08 (5-21, 4-12 NCAC)
2006-07 (7-19, 3-13 NCAC)

Team Info

Coach: Kerry Jenkins
Conference: NCAC

Oberlin

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 2793
Location: Oberlin, OH
Colors: Crimson, Gold
Region: Great Lakes
Arena: Philips Gymnasium (1800)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

May 8, 2019 Va Wes coach decides to go Yeo Virginia Wesleyan head coach Stephany Dunmyer is returning to the conference where she thrived as a player to lead the Oberlin Yeowomen's program.
March 14, 2019 Jenkins steps down at Oberlin Kerry Jenkins, who led the Oberlin women's basketball program to new heights, has decided to step down from his postion with the Yeowomen.
February 6, 2019 Canning’s Special Night Leads Yeowomen Over Allegheny Meadville, PA – Senior Olivia Canning became the ninth player in the history of Oberlin College women's basketball to score 1,000 points as she helped the Yeowomen defeat the Allegheny College Gators, 52-22, on Wednesday evening at the newly named Mullen Arena.
January 24, 2019 Hoopsville: They Got Good Teams who have had unbelievable starts, but have not faltered, are now in the spotlight. The question is no longer "can they keep this up?" But rather, the question is, "how did they get this good?" We ask versions of that question to our guests on Hoopsville. Watch the show On Demand now.
November 19, 2018 Team of the Week D3hoops.com's weekly honor roll returns for its 22nd season honoring the best players at each position for the past week. It's the D3hoops.com Team of the Week, presented by Scoutware.
February 24, 2018 Saturday women: Worth the wait The third time was the charm for Marietta against Ohio Northern in the OAC title game, while Chapman, Scranton and Hope won their tourneys in overtime. Plus East Texas Baptist, Mass-Boston and Oberlin are going to the NCAA Tournament for the first time ever.