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Yellow Jackets Edge Visiting Findlay in 2-1 Victory

by Josh Decker The Cedarville Yellow Jackets put together a hard-fought performance to defeat visiting G-MAC rivals Findlay 2-1 Thursday night. The Jackets’ record now stands at 6-2-1, including a solid 4-0 record at home. “There are certainly some things we need to grow and mature in, but I was really proud of the fight,” said head coach Brett Faro. “Happy with the way the guys handled the game.” Cedarville gained momentum early with offensive pressure in the first couple of ...

Cedarville Upsets No. 14 Ohio Dominican on Homecoming Weekend

by Josh Decker The Cedarville Yellow Jackets used a strong performance Saturday afternoon to polish off a 1-0 victory over visiting No. 14 Ohio Dominican on homecoming weekend. The victory improves the Jackets’ record to 5-2-1 this season, including a solid 3-0 record at home. “I thought the guys played hard and played together. When you get a shutout, it’s really important and it is a big lift for the backline,” head coach Brett Faro said. From the opening kickoff, it was ...

Lady Jackets Edge Out Lake Erie in Overtime

by Josh Decker The Cedarville Lady Jackets pulled out a thrilling 1-0 overtime victory against visiting the Lake Erie College Storm Thursday night in a hard-fought game. With the win, the Jackets’ improve their record to 3-2-1 overall and 3-0 in the G-MAC. Freshman Addie Erslan sent a great shot screeching past Lake Erie goalkeeper Megan Biddell to secure the result for the Lady Jackets in the 98th minute. Junior Mary Kate Wyer, who had three shots on goal in the match and kept continued ...

Cedarville Alumna Grace Norman Takes Silver in Paralympic Triathalon

by Abigail Hintz Grace Norman made history in 2016 as the first female Paralympic gold medalist in the triathlon. Yesterday, the 23-year-old became a three-time Paralympic medalist when she took silver in the triathlon with a time of 1:05:27. “This has been a long time coming,” Norman said after the race. “I had a great race, start to finish. No regrets. I gave it my all. I’m overjoyed. It was an incredible day.” The Paralympic triathlon is broken down into several classifica...

Cedarville Men’s Basketball to Play University of Dayton

by Abigail Hintz For the third time in three seasons, Cedarville men's basketball is scheduled to go up against Division I University of Dayton Flyers in an exhibition game. The game is scheduled for Nov. 1 at UD Arena with tipoff at 7 p.m. The two teams last competed prior to the 2019-20 season in which Cedarville fell 93-60. They were scheduled to play last season as well, but it was cancelled due to COVID-19 protocols. Dayton is scheduled to open their regular season just eight days ...

Volleyball Recap: Jackets Look Forward To Rising Squad

by Tim Smith A wise man once said, “There’s a first time for everything.” In 2021, that includes traversing a women’s volleyball season amidst a national pandemic. What started off on rocky and uncertain terms soon became a successful 9-4 season for the Cedarville women’s volleyball team, along with a deep run in the G-MAC tournament. It was unlike anything any of the coaches or players had experienced before. “I felt like the team navigated through the season well,” ...

Men’s Basketball Recap: Jackets Fall Just Short of G-MAC Championship

by Josh Decker The Yellow Jackets rounded out one of the most challenging seasons to date with an impressive tournament run that ended only after Cedarville fell in the 2020-2021 Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) championship game. No. 6 Cedarville grinded out a thrilling 76-73 victory over No. 2 Findlay in the semifinals, but the Jackets’ championship hopes were dashed by a 77-59 loss to Malone in the final. Entering the year, the Yellow Jackets were picked second in the G-MAC ...

Women’s Basketball Recap: Family-Focused Mentality Gives Lady Jackets Success

by Abigail Hintz A global pandemic doesn’t normally lend itself to a fun basketball season. But for the Cedarville women’s basketball team, this season was one for the books despite all the challenges. The Lord was faithful and kept the Lady Jackets healthy which allowed them to have a season full of firsts and full of success. Head coach Kari Hoffman was overjoyed as she looked back on the season. “This season was one of the funnest to be a part of, which I’m not sure any of ...

Snouffer and Willow Sisters Making Impact As Dual Sport Athletes

by Abigail Hintz When high school sophomore Lauren Willow jumped and got a volleyball unstuck from the backboard of the basketball hoop, she had no idea it would be the start of something special at Cedarville University in the coming years. The high school track coach heard about it and came to her lunch table to ask her if she would be willing to try track, specifically high jump. A committed volleyball player, she was skeptical at first. But she came around quickly. “I went to the ...

Men’s Soccer Preview: Jackets Selected Preseason No. 1 in G-MAC

by Josh Decker Coming off a successful 2019-2020 regular season, the Cedarville men’s soccer team is focused on improving and having continued success in the 2020-2021 campaign. The long-awaited start of the season is a welcome sight after the fall season was cancelled and pushed to the spring due to COVID-19. Cedarville finished last season with an overall record of 12-3-8, and a 9-3-2 Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) finish that was good enough to secure third place in the ...