One More Thing
Full Steam Ahead
Marking Oberlin's best football season since 1974, the Yeomen finished with a 5-5 overall record and tied for second in the NCAC with a 4-2 mark.
Senior defensive back Quammie Semper established a new conference record for interceptions in a single season and was named to the All-NCAC first team. Junior running back Travis Oman led the Yeomen rushing game with 662 yards and seven touchdowns.
Also enjoying a winning fall season was the women's field hockey team, whose 10-7 overall finish included a school-record nine NCAC wins. Jaime Johnson, a junior midfielder, was named to the All-NCAC first team.