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Recently, KOod-lookltiR 2r- ysnr-otd [Irl cnme. This year was not the best year in soccer at Otterbein-but it was a year of growth and learning. Both the men's and women's soccer team started off the season with a slow pace but continued to fight hard throughout the season. For the Lady Cardinals the season did not get a good start.
It started to look as though there would be no women's soccer team at Otterbein. But we are just too young and inexperienced to compete with other well established teams in our conference," said Tom Mastrandreou-head coach of the Lady Cardinals. Despite the fact that there was a lack of players and several active players were injured forced the forfeit of their initial two games-the young team continued to fight on. When seven freshmen players joined the team during the first.
The team learned many things durir the season. The team finished the seasc with only eleven players. Once tr team developed a full perspective of tr season they were able to come bac strong. The team traveled to Rochest NY. Mount Union Kenyon U. Row 1: S. Stobart, B. Bohren, S. Tallman, P. Wilson, B. Row 2: D. Olien, G. Boggs, S. The men's cross country team entered the season looking for an unprecedented three-time conference championship. However, placing three runners among the top five wasn't enough for the repeat.
Otterbein was edged out by five points with Mt. Union taking home the OAC title. Although second place was not what OC runners had in mind before the meet, their second place finish is by no means something to be taken lightly. The Cardinals have held a lock on the conference championship, finishing third or better for the last eleven seasons, including four championships-- , , , and -- a winning tradition successfully carried on by the team. Scoring for Otterbein at the conference were Steve Tallman, senior, taking second ; Sophomore Steve Stobart captured third 15 ; Steve Rose, senior, fifth ; Doug Babcock, sophomore, eleventh ; and senior Matt Whitis placed fifteenth Close examination of the regular seasc also demonstrated the quality of this yea team.
From that standpoint, o guys did well. Duane POWE. Union in the OAC championship meet Garretsville. Hathaway, Gonya and Curtis were 1med to the All-Conference Team for the cond consecutive year at the confer-. The women's success at the conference meet was the culmination of a successful season leading up to the conference meet.
Under the leadership of second year coach Mary Beth Kennedy, the women opened their season at the Allegheny InvitationaL where they finished eighth. From that point on, they seemed to just get better. At the Wooster InvitationaL they placed fifth, which they equaled the following week at Siena Heights. The Mount Union meet brought them a second place finish, which was to be their best finish of the season after a second place at the OAC championships.
Hathaway, E. Row 2: S. Daily, S. Liggett, J. Row3: M. Kennedy,J, Hagquist. Lehman, B. Yates, K. Thomas, T. The best thing about riding a horse is that you always have ample time to look around Kirsten Fulgham and Ann Jellen. Row 1: N. Krob, K. Whiting, L. Hobby, J. Litwin, T. Masters, S. Olsky, W. Row 2: R. Lawson, C. Rutter, J. McBride, J. Malmberry, S. Randles, L. Rankin, L. Row 3: J. Nicholl, D. Denman, K. Fulgham, A Jellen, G. Aubrey, L. With the help of Laura Marker, Stacy Olsky rides along in the Homecoming parade in order to support the Cardinals on to victory. One item that remained confusing to "The students wanted to expand the many students at Otterbein and had to be gram and experiment into more riding cleared up is that the equine major and the les, theories, and techniques-- as d result equestrian team are not the same.
Bryan Harding It is one thing to look like you know what. Displaying their riding abilities along with prominant smiles are Kerry Whiting and Leigh Ann Rankin. The team finished off one of its best seasons in a long while with a third place finish in the OAC. Coach Mclaughlin's eleven man team finished with a record in OAC competition and overall record. High expectations on a very competitive golf team made for Q heavy recruiting season.
A year round program started with some Todd Flanary. Team members learned from each other and helped Improve the team's total ability. Unien 2nd out of. Senior Todd Flanary played an outstanding season, not even allowing a hand injury to affect his game. The Cards toqk full advantage of th Bradley'sjumpshot gave Otterbein a win over Calvin to send the Cards to the home court, defeating U. The Cardin This ls just one highlight of the Cards sea- were off to Springfield, Ohio with the gc son as they held the fans on the edge re- of bringing a national championship bo cording one of their best seasons in history.
Otterbein and Wisconsin-Plattevi The Cardinals flew. In forgotten. The two teams fought a see-s the conference tournament a jumpshot by battle throughout the first half. Wiscon Larry Laisure, with seven seconds left lifted seemed to have an insurmountable leac the Cards over Muskingum. The Cards fought back, a Lakes and West Sectional tournament at despite many crucial foul calls going.
Otterbein a tough loss. The Cards left noth- Wagenbrenner 1to chance as they cruised to a ,84 This year's basketball season has been a :tory. The team had to go through the ournament assist record with 16 assists. Juniorlarry shed up a great season. Some accom- Laisure said, "The unity of this team gave us lhments over the. Beth Thomas. W ! W U. W W Wlscon. Worley, Batross and Eric Wagenbrenner had the dlstinction of playing on the best and the worst teams in Otterbein's history during their four years as Cardinals,.
Tom Abbitt goes up to shoot another two points for the Cardinals. James Bradley.
With the basket to himself, James Bradley goes for an easy lay up. Jim Worley goes up for the slam dunk. Third year varsity member Larry Laisure led otterbein in free throw percentage, sinking Row 1: J. Batross, J. Worley, T. Abbitt E. Wagenbrenner, J. Bradley, L. Laisure, B. FaiL C. Kester, V. Gross, C. McLaughlin, R. Linkous, M. Smith, F. Cotner, A. Byrd, N. Gutman, M. Carlisle, S. Burkholder, D.
The Cards set a school record for the most wins in a season with The former mark, 28, was made during the season. At home in the Rike Center, the Cards finished the season with a perfect Hitting the century mark nine times this. Theylre beginning to understand our system and the OAC. The trip was very beneficial to the team because it provided them an opportunity to compete with Division II schools and to meet with Otterbein alumni living in Florida.
Being competitive with Barry and Capital gave the teams a big boost since both were nationally ranked this season. The narrow 7 point loss to CapitaL who was ranked No. The midseason win over Ohio Northern was also a big stepping stone for the team since it was Otterbein's first win after a long.
The Lady Cards finished the season w an overall record of , going in t Ohio Athletic Conference. At the close of the season, Becky Kok v.. Alena Mi. Thomas More St. Row 1: B. Thompson, E. Gonya, J. AbramowskL S. Hathaway, T. Young, K. Dailey, S.
Fullrod, S. Kennedy, L Brent, J. Wolfe, J. Ladley, J. Orr, S. Srnades, B. Kok, t. Hogg, J. A Logsdon. With eight of nine position players back, including eight of Otterbein's top nine hitters, the baseball team was expected to be long in hitting and short in pitching. But the pitching staff pulled through and surprised us all. Returning the strong defense up the middle were senior Rick Sedlacek and the double-play combo of second baseman David Fishbaugh and shortstop Bill Kennon.
Seniors Eric Miller and Rod Sink returned to first and third base, respectively. Todd Rasor in right field and Todd McCoy in left field rounded out the starting line-up. A disappointing spring trip to Florida didn't dampen spirits as the Cards plunged head first into the OAC race. Battling strong conference rivals Baldwin-Wallace and Marietta provided a tough challenge for the Cards. Late season losses forced the Cards into a must-sweep situation in the final weekend of regular season play in.
But despite the roller-coaster season, th team posted quite a few honors. Kennon hit. Senior David Fishbaugh posted a. Jerry Dennis cracked 1 doubles, placing him high in the OAC rani ings. Julie Nort Steve Rot. Bill Kennon and David Fishbaugh had to keep on their toes and off the ground to make the double plays. Junior right fielder Todd Rasor finished with the. After helping out the men's basektball team soar to the Final Four, senior Jerry Dennis anchored the pitching staff.
Rowl: K. Tackett, M. Otto, J. Sutton, M. Spatz, R. Sink, A. French, J. Woodward, R. Verne, C Peters, L. WidowskL M. Fishbaugh, J. Harmon, D. Morrison, K. Neuhart, B. Nichols, B. Siegel, E. Miller, J. Dennis, D. Row3: T. Sedlacek, B. Hoy, D. Calhoun, D. Dove, J. Nichols, T. McCoy, T. Rasor, B. Row l: J. Davis, S. Olah, N. Row2: C. Hassenpflug, W. McHolland, T. Golden, J. M Sigal. Now we know our strengths and weaknesses and we can build on that. Finishing fifth was a big improvement over last year's OAC tournament where they finished in eighth place, Freshman Stacy Olah advanced to the finals which helped Otterbein edge Baldwin-Wallace by one point.
Seeded fourth in the fifth singles division, Olah advanced all the way to the finals before losing , Marvin Sigal. Golden and McHolland were seeded in doubles and won a match before losing in the semi-finals. The bright spots for this team are the loss of only one player, senior Joy Davis, and the extreme anticipation and enthusiasm of Coach Sigal. Todd Cordisco Jeff Wuerth. Joy Davis. Mingerey, R. Irelan, G. Morris, T. DeWulf, B.
Adams, J. Under the helm of a first year head coach who took over the team at the start of spring quarter, the Cardinal men's tennis team struggled through a disappointing season. First year coach Dan Morris saw some talent, however, in this Cardinal team. Next year, Coach Morris expects good things from Rich Irelan and Todd Mignerey, this season's number one and two netters. Junior Elaine Gonya qualif:jed. In the heptathlon and the high jumpiat the NCAA Division Ill national track championship" where she broke four records.
Anderson, D. Boggs, B. Carter, J. Chamblee, D. Dean, R. Draudt, M. Greer, W. Hartley, C. Meyers; M. Mlller, D. Olien, b. Powell, R. Robinson, S. Rose, P. Schalmo, R Schell, S, stobart, J. Theiler, R. The Otterbein men's and women's track oms started off the season down at Flora State University.
Even though onya broke her own record with 5'6" in e high jump it only earned her a 13th ace finish. She hod broken three other cords at nationals. Gonya was not the only one who qualild for nationals. He 1id, "Therewas a lot of good competition 'I was just happy to be there. Gonya was not the only one who was eaking records for the women. Freshman rrie Washington broke the school record r the meter dash and broke her own cord several times after that. Gorsky broke a record in the meter dash.
There were many other records broken throughout the season. At the OAC conference meet all of the hard work and dedication finally paid off. The Cards, under first-year coach Karyn Thomas, finishedthird place, a school best. The men's track team also finished third at the OAC conference meet. Rose, winning the steeplechase, was the Cards lone champion. Following right behind him in the steeplechase was sophomore Steve Stobort and senior Ben Bohren.
No runner from any other school has finished in the top three since. Corter also received 2nd place in the triple jump.
The Otterbein Lady Cardinal's Softball Team may have been young this year, but they certainly proved they are a team to watch. With ten first-year players, and the title of the youngest team in the conference, the team struggled through the season against many older and more experienced teams.
Yet the Lady Cards never failed to display determination and enthusiasm for the game. Next year, the team plans to spend spring break in Pensacola, Florida. Coach Teri Walter was exceptionally pleased with the successes of this year's team, claiming there was much more dedication and talent to work with than in years past. The freshmen provided a lot of talent for the team, while the upperclassmen displayed exceptional leadership abilities.
The Lady Cards finished the season Senior catcher and third baseman Stephanie Winegardner tags a Heidelberg player out at home,. L Lawson, S. A WetherilL C. Evans, M. Fritz, J. BreweL B. L Brent C. Edwards, A Bills. Rinaldi, T. There were several individual merits amor members of the team. Juni outfielder Lisa Lawson was named 2r team All-Conference. Freshman pitch Leah Brent led the conference in the me doubles, while juniors Becky Kok and U Lawson were among the top 10 hitters in tt conference with above.
For such a young team, the Lady Can managed to pull off a successful seaso Almost all of this year's members wlll t returning next year, and plan to play durh' the summer to strengthen their game. Julie Halle. Many people find it difficult to take 1eerleading seriously as a sport because 1eerleaders are not competing against hers to win or lose, but they work as a am. The women are successful if they do e cheers properly, and represent the hool in a positive manner. Sophomore, Amanda Reynolds, who lS been cheering since she was 12, id, "From the time I began cheering in 1ior high I always knew that I would :mt to cheer in college.
It does take a t of time, but it's worth it. A big smile could be the winning touch that is needed. Just like football and basketball, cheerleaders practice prior to and during the season , which requires dedication and teamwork. They also hold clinics for younger girls who have an interest in cheerleading , in order to help them increase their skills.
But cheerleading isn't always g lamorous, it has its ups and downs and even injuries, just like any other sport. Torn ligaments and sprained ankles are not unheard of. As for Jocelyn Smith, she learned the hard way by spraining her ankle after falling off a mount. Like w ith any type of injury, some never heal p roperly, but that' s the price you have to pay with any sport.
Football and basketball cheerleader Jennifer Lowe said , "I like to cheer in front of the crowd to help arouse school spirit. I keep fit and have fun at the same t ime. Christy Dreisbach, and Je nn ife r Lowe cheering the team o n tci a victory a t t he Homcoming game. Coaching was a problem for the team, It was senior Anita Moose's first time but Cawley said team members always ck on the court since high school. Be- supported each other.
The last home use she was afraid of her grades drop- game between against Hiram and Tiffin lg, Moose didn't join the ranks sooner. In was the highlight of the season for Cawley rospect, she wished she had. S, Moose said she felt they had accomJunior. Shawn Arrington confirmed that ;hed. Beth Payne d had to be up at 6 a. L5,J5, , Capital L Professors had other interests a: w e r e well, and besides the time they spen.
Students practice clarinet techniques with Dr. Lyle Barkhymer. A chemistry equation challenges Rod Sink. The work of a college student d idn't end when classses did. From morning until night, students were busy balancing their time and their activities, ranging from classes to keeping in shape. For the most part, the day started at the sound of an annoying alarm, beckoning them to "risen' shine.
I've got getting up down to a science. I can be ready in thirty-five minutes. Freshman Stephen Lantis met friends for breakfast every morning. Lunch was the busiest meal of the day. In the Campus Center dining room , socializing was more important than eating lunch. Lunchtimewasatimetocatch up on the day's events so far and see what. Just as the cafeteria was a social place, so were the residence hall bathrooms. Many conversations were started early on a cold morning while waiting for a warm shower.
Laura Rippl said , "I 've learned that the bathroom is the social place of the universe. The rest of a student's afternoon was filled with classes, exercising , or running errands. Julie Oneacre stopped at several campus offices or drove to Krogers and went Krogering. As the afternoon wore on , d inner and homework took center stage. Stephen Lantis said, "I study more than in high school, but the classes aren 't any harder. But for Julie Oneacre,studying began at 11 p. So what exactly was an Otterbein student's day filled with?
It was filled with classes, homework, meals, and most importantly, with friends. Road work on Home Street left many of us searching for an easy way out of the west campus center parking lot. This was not one of them. Among us, we have presidents and chairpersons of many professional and civic groups.
In addition, many faculty members engage in activities that extend beyond their field of study. Louis Arnold and Dr. Paul Laughlin hold a profound interest in Amateur Radio. Since November of , they have been communicating around the world from the third floor of the Science Building. The equipment had been donated in the 's and had just been lying around until they began to use it.
Arnold's interests lie mainly in radio contests and communicating with people in other countries. He has participated in radio contests in which he tries to get in touch with as many people as possible in a specified amount of time. After talking with someone, he is sent a card verifying the interaction. The goal then becomes accumulating cards from people around the world.
Within the last year, Dr. Arnold and Dr. Laughlin have become a part of the Packet Radio Network. This allows them to communicate throughout Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, and Ontario by computer rather than by the airwaves. Arnold says they cc listen to messages coming out of tr Middle East, but it is no faster the watching CNN.
Professor of economics, Dr. Patrie Lewis' interests lie in writing poems an children's stories, in which he has ha great success. His children's books have receive outstanding reviews. Bones" whic will be published in the spring of Dr.