Cedarville Women’s Cross Country Dominates Under the Lights
By: Alan Brads
Hundreds of women from across Ohio stand with bated breath, gazing at a man 50 yards away, illuminated only by portable stadium lights and the waning moon. The buzz of the crowd becomes a murmur, pierced by an occasional shout as anticipation mounts. The whistle blows, then silence. Time freezes, the runners are statues.
An eruption of cheers and the stampede of 334 runners from over 30 universities kick off the 2022 All-Ohio Intercollegiate cross-country champi...
Cedarville Volleyball Bounces Back Against Tiffin, Wins in 4 Sets
By Julia Swain
As the ball hit the floor, Cedarville players leaped and celebrated as their five-match losing streak ended in triumph. Coming into Tuesday night’s match against Tiffin, Cedarville looked to bounce back and win their first conference game. They did just that, winning in four sets and improving their record to 3-5.
One crucial aspect of the match was how the Lady Yellow Jackets responded to their losing streak. The team’s positive attitude was seemingly one ...
Cedarville Volleyball Team Struggles Against West Liberty, Loses In Four Sets
By Julia Swain
When Friday night’s match began, Cedarville already had a loss on the day against Seton Hill University and was 2-3 on the season overall. Struggles continued for the Lady Yellow Jackets as they dropped 3 of 4 sets to fall to West Liberty and drop to 2-4 on the year.
The crucial part of the match came in the fourth set, which was a struggle for the Lady Yellow Jackets due to a lack of communication on the floor and difficulty passing effectively. This allowed the ...
Cedarville Men’s Soccer Wins Home Opener over Wheeling Cardinals
By Maggie Fipps
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets’ men’s soccer team opened their season with a 2-0 victory over the Wheeling Cardinals on Saturday.
From the opening minutes, it was obvious that this was the first game. The usual crisp passes and play development that fans expect were absent as the Cardinals intercepted and boxed in Cedarville’s offensive efforts. Even as scoring opportunities abounded, sloppy or intercepted passes from the forwards kept Cedarville from capitalizing on ...
Yellow Jackets Struggle Defensively, Lose in Home Opener
by Tim Miller
Cedarville men's basketball head coach Pat Estepp has said multiple times that this year's team is the best shooting squad he's ever had. Unfortunately for the Yellow Jackets, Grand Valley State was the best shooting team on the floor on Friday night, as they defeated Cedarville 86-75 in Cedarville's home opener at the Don Callan Classic.
The Lakers shot 53.4% from the field and 46.7% from deep. Cedarville, now 2-2 on the young season, allowed 14 triples Grand ...
Finding Joy in Guatemala
Senior Zachary Bindus and junior Marissa Smith weren't sure they wanted to go on one of Global Outreach's spring break mission trips. But through a series of events, God made it clear to both of them that they were supposed to be in Guatemala. Here is a glimpse into their experiences during their week abroad. [All photos courtesy of Marissa Smith]