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Striving For Perfection

by Tim Miller Cedarville Lady Jackets head softball coach Wes Rowe said his 2017 team is the best he has had in his 10-year tenure at Cedarville. The 2016 season ended just as it did in 2015 with a second-place finish in the G-MAC. The team concluded 2016 with a 28-31 record, including a 16-12 record in the G-MAC. Coach Rowe said his team underachieved in 2016, but that the players improved as the year went on. “We probably did not produce as well on the field as we were capable of ...

Seniors Lead Cedarville Over Ohio Valley

By Josh Burris The Cedarville Yellow Jackets defeated the Ohio Valley Fighting Scots Saturday night 99-71 on senior night. All three Cedarville seniors played great games. J.C. Faubion lead the team in scoring with 27 points and grabbed six rebounds. Justice Montgomery scored 14 points and added six assists. Easton Bazzoli scored 10 points, grabbed 13 rebounds, and dished out eight assists. Head coach Pat Estepp said the seniors have done a great job at impacting the culture of the team ...

Lady Jackets Victorious on Senior Night

By Tim Miller The Cedarville Lady Jackets defeated the Ohio Valley Fighting Scots 63-41 on Saturday afternoon on Senior Day. Cedarville held the Fighting Scots to a 29 percent field goal percentage during the game. Cedarville’s Regina Hochstetler was the game’s leading scorer with 18 points on 7-16 shooting. Baylee Bennett added 14 points and shot 4-7 from behind the 3-point line. Head coach Kari Hoffman said the team’s good defense and hustle helped the team come out on top. ...

Cedarville Comes Up Short Against Kentucky State

By Tim Miller The Cedarville Yellow Jackets lost 89-84 to Kentucky State Thursday night. Head Coach Pat Estepp was not happy with the way his team performed. “We took a giant step backwards tonight,” Estepp said. Estepp said his team’s defensive deficiencies were the reason for the loss. “Our defensive intensity was terrible in the first half,” Estepp said. “I didn’t think we defended with any heart. Unfortunately for us, the second half was even worse.” J.C. ...

Lady Jackets Roll Over Salem International

By Josh Burris The Lady Jackets cruised to a 108-62 lead over Salem International on Thursday night. Cedarville (17-10, 8-5 G-MAC) had a season high in points, a season-high in assists with 30, and also hit 12 3-pointers. Regina Hochstetler lead the way in points with 24. She also had five rebounds and six assists. Baylee Bennett had 18 points and eight assists. Emily Williams added 16 points and 11 rebounds. Hochstetler said it was great seeing the whole team contribute. “I thought it ...

Movie Review: ‘Hidden Figures’

by Amelia Walker In the new film “Hidden Figures,” directed by Theodore Melfi, three female African-American NASA employees go against segregation standards and gender stereotypes to assist in completing one of America’s greatest engineering feats: sending an astronaut to space. The story follows the career and life of computing genius Katherine Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), alongside her two coworkers: aspiring engineer Mary Jackson (Janelle Monáe) and programmer Dorothy Vaughan ...

Just Sayin’ – Love is Like a Good Book

by Adam Pittman I was talking to my friend in a coffee shop the other day about the way I see other people, or at least the way I naturally see them without any effort, like when I am speeding and another car pulls out in front of me, causing me to slow down for them. In those moments, I do not entertain thoughts about what motivated that person to drive that way. Instead, I react as if that person’s driving habits were intentionally performed to cause the maximum level of frustration to ...

Book Review: ‘Serving God in a Migrant Crisis’

by Keegan D'Alfonso It has become a regular occurrence, background noise really. You turn on the news or open the paper and see another story about refugees. You would like to help them, but what can you do? Your church supports aid organizations to refugees and you tithe regularly. Isn’t that enough? The truth is that the migrant problem seems to be an “over there” problem and a part of you would like to keep it that way. In early 2016, Global Mapping International, an organization ...

Alumna Comes Home

Danielle Fredette returns to teach electrical engineering by Rebekah Erway Cedarville University graduate Danielle Fredette has returned to the college this semester as an assistant professor of electrical engineering. Fredette, formerly Scarpone, graduated from Cedarville in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. She went on to earn a master’s degree in electrical and computer engineering from Ohio State University and is currently working on her doctoral degree in ...