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Lady Jackets Cruise Past Hillsdale in Eighth Straight Win

by Josh Decker The Cedarville University Lady Jackets kept the winning streak alive by defeating the visiting Hillsdale Chargers 83-63 Thursday night at the Callan Athletic Center. The win was the Jackets' eighth straight, taking them to 8-1 and keeping them at the top of the G-MAC standings. Cedarville was rolling off of the momentum from their solid road victory over Kentucky Wesleyan that snapped the Panthers’ 37 home game winning streak. Both the Lady Jackets and the Chargers were ice ...

Cedarville Comes Up Short Against Ohio Dominican

by Josh Decker The Cedarville Yellow Jackets came up short on the road against Ohio Dominican on Tuesday night, falling to the Panthers 62-57 in overtime. The Yellow Jackets put up one of their worst shooting performances in years and were never able to establish control of the G-MAC matchup. In the first half, the Jackets only shot 36 percent from the field, and went into the half trailing 30-23. Cedarville, one of the best 3-point shooting teams in the G-MAC, was also 0-5 from deep in ...

Cedarville Lady Jackets Rolling With Fourth Consecutive Win

by Abigail Hintz Cedarville added a fourth win to their streak with a 87-58 win over Malone University. It was their second back-to-back win over the Pioneers as the Jackets defeated them on Saturday 87-78. Cedarville is currently ranked third in the G-MAC, while Malone is seventh. Head coach Kari Hoffman got every player on the team playing time and it was a well-rounded victory. Junior Emily Chapman was undeniably the leader, however, with a career-high 24 points off the bench. Junior ...

Huffman Hits 1,000 Career Points in Cedarville Win Over Findlay

by Abigail Hintz The Cedarville women's basketball team got a big win over the University of Findlay in their home opener, 91-75. It was a memorable one for senior Ashlyn Huffman, who hit 1,000 career points. She led the team across the board with 25 points, eight rebounds and four assists. Cedarville put forth a solid shooting effort, going 29-33 from the free throw line, 10-29 in 3-pointers and 25-57 in field goals. They had five players in double-digits, Huffman with 25, junior Allison ...

Intramurals During COVID-19

by Nick Ratliff Intramurals play a big part of Cedarville’s campus throughout the semesters. Because of COVID-19, Cedarville has basketball, soccer, flag football and indoor volleyball all cancelled or moved to the spring semester.  Fall Intramurals Moved to the Spring Mark Matthews, director of campus recreation, gives insight into the plan for the spring and how Cedarville determined which sports could be played and which ones had to be moved to the second half of the spring ...

G-MAC Releases Spring Sports Schedules

by Josh Decker The Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) released the schedules for three fall sports originally slated to play this semester. Men’s soccer, women’s soccer, and volleyball were all pushed to the spring as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Cedarville men’s soccer player Stephen Bailey noted the importance of the schedule release. “I think having dates set for the start of the spring season gives us a more concrete target to aim for and extra motivation to ...

Ackley Leads Lady Jackets’ Cross-Country Season

by Evan Kakuk The Cedarville women’s cross-country season is in progress, and with it comes many athletes who have trained hard over an exceptionally long offseason and are excited to show off their progress. Among these athletes is Alayna Ackley.  Ackley, a junior Life Science Education major, has been one of the most prolific runners for the Yellow Jackets, finishing second or better for the team throughout this season. She was selected the G-MAC Women's Cross Country Athlete of the ...

Fauth Committed to Serving God Despite Physical Hardships

by Evan Kakuk On his path to becoming a Yellow Jacket, Caleb Fauth has had his fair share of hardships. The junior track athlete was prepared to throw javelin for Cedarville this spring during the outdoor track season. This opportunity was cut short for him. While devastating, this was not the first instance Fauth has experienced hardships related to his athletic career. In fact, if it weren’t for an accident that ended his baseball career, Fauth may have never come to Cedarville University ...

Yellow Jackets Rely On God With Seasons’ Futures Uncertain

by Tim Smith The first weekend of September is usually a time of excitement for Yellow Jackets sports fans. It is the weekend that marks the beginning of multiple fall sports, including women’s volleyball and men's and women’s soccer. But, this year, the gyms and fields are quiet. The stands are unfilled. Well, at least for now. Due to the COVID-19 virus, multiple fall sports at Cedarville have been pushed to the spring, including volleyball and soccer. And this is not exclusive to the ...

Mader Arrives at Cedarville Due Only to Prayer

Sophomore never gave up on her dream to play for the Lady Jackets By Tim Miller Women’s basketball player Allison Mader had a fantasy from a young age to attend Cedarville University and play for the Lady Jackets. Growing up just 45 minutes from campus, she said she knew of the school and knew she wanted to be here. “That was always a dream of mine,” said Mader, a sophomore. “Cedarville was where I wanted to go from the very beginning.” But although her dream likely included a ...