Soccer player Anthony Osei received All-Conference honors three times and was thrice named to the All-Ohio Soccer Team and twice to the All-Midwestern team. He also ran track, setting a College indoor long-jump record of 24' 4.5" that holds today.
Ronald Stevenson made football history in 1982 as the first Yeoman named All-American. The first Oberlin football player to rush for 1000 yards in a single season, he set numerous College and Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) records, including career rushing yardage of 2,513. He was OAC's 1979 number one running back, and a 1983 Little All-America Honorable Mention.
Bernadette Delgado earned seven varsity letters on the volleyball and the lacrosse teams. A Regional All-American and National Lacrosse Team member in 1984, she was on the United States Women's Lacrosse Association's All-Amer-ican first team in 1985, when she also earned All-NCAC and All-American honors.
One of the most talented distance runners in Oberlin's history, Sarah Cox Marshall competed in cross country and track all four years at Oberlin, and qualified three times for national competition in both sports. Competing in cross-country championships, she earned second place in 1983, ninth in 1984, third in 1985, and fourth in 1986, achieving All-NCAC status each year. In track and field, Sarah won the conference championship in the 1985 2-mile run, qualified for the NCAA's 3K in 1985, and claimed a second conference championship--in the 5K--in 1987. In 1993 the NCAC appointed her to its All-Decade cross-country team.
A leader in indoor and outdoor track, George Bundy Smith Jr. set eight College re-cords. Among those that still stand are
his 6.59 in the 60-yard indoor event and 10.84 in the outdoor 100-meter event.
George was also a member of the 400- and 1600-meter relay teams that earned
--Melissa Spilman '00