Cedarville Holds Off Central State
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets won its second straight game in a thriller against the Central State Marauders on Tuesday. The Jackets won a back-and-forth affair, 77-71.
Six players finished in double figures for the Jackets. The game showed how complete of a team the Jackets are.
Cedarville head coach Kari Hoffman emphasized how important it is for the team to have multiple threats.
“That is huge, that is really huge,” Hoffman said. “Right now our rotation is pretty small, but ...
Lady Jackets Earn First Win
First-year head coach Kari Hoffman earned her first collegiate coaching win as the Cedarville Yellow Jackets defeated Cincinnati Christian, 82-61.
Coach Hoffman was pleased with the effort and sees the team improving.
“I’m excited that we got our first win,” head coach Kari Hoffman said. “I feel like our team is taking a step in the right direction.”
Junior guard Regina Hochstetler scored 23 points to lead the Jackets. Sophomore guard Baylee Bennett, a transfer from ...
Resound Radio Dedicates New Studio
VIDEO: On Nov. 17, Cedarville President Dr. Thomas White and Loren Reno, the vice president for academics, joined broadcasting and digital media faculty, Department of Communication chair Derrick Green and students on the Resound staff for a dedication of the new studio that was installed this past summer. Green and Dr. White joined David Long and Amy Radwanski on the live afternoon show Amp Up.
Student Spotlight – Sabrina Fridley: Dancing Storyteller
Sabrina Fridley, a senior nursing major and the head of Ayo, Cedarville’s dance organization, has been dancing since she was three years old.
“My mom just put me in dance — a combination of tap, jazz, all that fun stuff — and I actually hated it my very first year,” Fridley said.
However, she said she tried again the next year, and has been dancing ever since, including spending time on a competitive team in junior high and some of high school. She said it was the support and ...
Cedarville falls to Walsh
Cedarville lost to Walsh Thursday evening 78-73 in a game that went down to the wire.
The game went back and forth in the final minutes until Walsh scored a basket and got fouled. They made the free throw to take a three point lead with under a minute left.
JC Faubion lead the Jackets in points and rebounds with 17 and seven. Dazhonetae Bennett added 14 points and Patrick Bain scored 13 points off the bench.
Cedarville Head Coach Pat Estepp said his team failed to capitalize on opportun...
Veteran’s Day Chapel 2016
PHOTO GALLERY: Cedarville University hosted its annual Veteran's Day chapel to honor veterans on campus and in the community. This year, U.S. Air Force Chaplain Major General Dondi Costin delivered a message on how the best way to honor veterans is to serve God and the community wherever one is called.
Hear voices of some of the 200 plus veterans who attended Cedarville University's annual Veteran's Day chapel on Nov. 11.
Ayo Dance Showcase: More than Ballet
Cedarville University’s dance org, Ayo, will be putting on their annual fall showcase Thursday, Nov. 18 thru Nov. 19 at 7:00 p.m. in the Cedarville Opera House.
Ayo performs all different types of dance, and this year is no different. They have the more traditional pointe ballet, swing, and tap, and the hip-hop and jazz that have been popularized over the past several decades. They also have dances that people unfamiliar with the range of dance may not know as well, like contemporary, ...
Writing Center Celebrates 15 Years
Students visiting the Cedarville University Writing Center for the first time this semester may be surprised at the greeting of one of its newest members: Katniss, a 6-month-old service dog in training.
Professor Julie Moore, director of the Writing Center, has volunteered to foster Katniss as part of the 4 Paws for Ability organization. But the puppy is not the only addition to the Writing Center. Newly renovated this summer, the Writing Center, located in room 104 of the Tyler Digital ...
K9s at the Ville Hosts Annual Pupperoni Night Fundraiser
K9s at the Ville, a student volunteer organization, is putting on Pupperoni Night, an event this Wednesday, Nov. 16, to fundraise and raise awareness for 4 Paws for Ability, a service dog organization based in Xenia.
Pupperoni Night is a pasta dinner with puppies and a service dog demonstration. Emily Sulka, media coordinator for K9s, said the event will include food from Olive Garden and Fazoli’s as well as a chance to hear from a family who has received a service dog.
Jackets Fall in Season Opener
Cedarville lost their season opener at home to Truman State Friday night by a score of 82-70.
JC Faubion lead the Jackets with 20 points and five rebounds. Easton Bazzoli added 15 points and six rebounds and Robert Okoro had 13 points and five rebounds.
One of the biggest issues for the Jackets highlighted by Head Coach Pat Estepp was getting production from their bench. The Jacket bench shot a combined 1-16 for two points compared to Truman State’s 20 points from their bench. ...