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Soccer strikes the stage in debut play

Feb 07, 2018 - Comments: 0
Director Joan Robbins and the cast of the upcoming play, "The Wolves," spend a Saturday morning rehearsing one scene that requires the cast to pass a soccer ball and produce dialogue simultaneously. The debut show by Sarah DeLappe is set to open February 22 in Stambaugh Theater (photo/Northern Review).

Adolescence can be a weird period of time in one’s life. It’s a time of fast-paced changes both socially and biologically. As students progress in their college career, it can become very difficult to think back to the time when insecurities and peer pressure thrived and reputations were everything. In playwright Sarah DeLappe’s debut play, “The Wolves,” students will get a glimpse of the olden days as it captures the raw emotions associated with female youth and their relationships on a club soccer team.

Niemeyer talks NCAA Tournament on 'The Pep Talk'

Nov 10, 2017 - Comments: 0

The 14th-ranked ONU women’s soccer team will be competing in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday morning, when they will host Penn St.-Behrend at 11:30 a.m. It will mark the program’s first trip to the national tournament in five years and the first time that they have hosted the first two rounds of the tournament since 2011.

OAC Championship Week Preview

Oct 31, 2017 - Comments: 0

This week, three ONU teams will play for OAC Tournament trophies. The 13th-ranked women’s soccer team will look to win their first OAC Tournament title in five years, the 18th-ranked volleyball team will try to win their second straight tournament, and the men’s soccer team will attempt to pull off an upset or two to make it back to their third consecutive tournament final.

While anything could happen during Championship Week, one thing’s certain: what happens this week will definitely have an impact on these teams’ chances of making it into the NCAA Tournament.

Closing time: Where each ONU fall sports team stands down the stretch

Oct 15, 2017 - Comments: 0

There are two weeks until ‘Championship Week,’ when the OAC Tournaments for volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer take place, the ONU men’s and women’s cross country teams run in the OAC Championship meet, and the football team heads toward the end of their regular season (although their last game isn’t until Nov. 11).

This means that it’s time to evaluate where each ONU fall sports team stands coming down the stretch, and which games, meets or matches might play a pivotal role in determining their place in the conference.

Read below for a team-by-team breakdown:

 

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