Carthage blocks Linfield’s chance for a victory

Kaelia Neal, Sports Editor

March 24

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The Linfield women’s lacrosse team suffered their fifth defeat in a row, losing to Carthage College 13-2 on Thursday evening. “I think that last night the defense worked really well as a unit, which has been one of our...

Watching the madness

Camille Botello, Staff Writer/Online Productions

March 20

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March 17, 1939 was the date of the first March Madness men’s college basketball tournament. Now, 78 years later, March Madness is one of the biggest sporting events nationwide, raking in an average of 11.3 annual viewers accordin...

Catball makes an appearance in the sunshine state

Camille Botello, Staff Writer/Online Productions

March 20

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Linfield Catball has been in Clermont, Florida all weekend, participating in a six game softball tournament. The Wildcats won their first game against Tufts on Saturday, 4-2, but box scores for that game were unavailable....

Cats’ Shutdown Pioneers at Home

Angel Rosas, Staff Writer

March 20

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The Wildcats take out Lewis and Clark 3 - 1 on a bright and warm Sunday afternoon. The Wildcats showcased the clutch pitching of Sophomore Cason Cunningham. Cunningham and the rest of the defense held the Pioneers to only one s...

Men’s tennis tops Colorado College, Willamette

Sara Levering, Staff Writer

March 20

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The Wildcats hosted a non-conference match against Colorado College and nearly edged them to send them home in defeat, capturing the win 5-4. They returned to their regular lineups after a couple of weekends shaking things up....

Women’s tennis dominates GFU, Colorado, Willamette

Sara Levering, Staff Writer

March 20

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The Wildcats carried momentum from previous weekends into this mid-week match against George Fox and claimed the match 9-0 on Wednesday evening. Riley Clayeaux, ‘20, and Basia Kopecka, ‘18, grabbed a win early to set the ...

Men’s swimming shines, breaks team records at national meet

Sara Levering, Staff Writer

March 19

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Men’s swimming made tremendous strides at the Division III swimming national meet in Shenandoah, Texas, last week with swimmers breaking team records and qualifying for the finals heats. Noah Cutting, ‘20, Matt Hanson, ‘19, Nei...

Wildcats rank top ten at Lewis and Clark Invitational Friday and Saturday

Alex Jensen, Features Editor

March 19

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The Linfield track team placed in the top-10 at the Lewis and Clark Invitational on Friday and Saturday. The men’s team came in seventh out of nineteen teams with 47 points and the women came out eighth with 32 points.   ...

Wildcats split with Pacific, look to win in Florida

Camille Botello, Staff Writer / Online Productions

March 14

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The Pacific Boxers played the Wildcats at Del Smith Stadium last weekend. In game one, Pacific committed three early errors but were about to capitalize on their scoring opportunities in the fourth inning. The Wildcats were...

Lone Freshman wins against NWC Top Team

Sara Levering, Staff Writer

March 14

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Jose Luis Rojas, ‘20, has stepped up playing first singles and was the lone Wildcat to record a win for Linfield against the reigning Northwest Conference Champion Whitman Blues. Rojas went a full three sets and confidently...

Women’s Tennis

Sara Levering, Staff Writer

March 12

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The Wildcats were victorious on the road in Eastern Washington against Whitman, coming away with a tight 5-4 win. Number three doubles played by Marisa Doveri, ‘18, and Michelle Ly, ‘20, grabbed the first point for Lin...

Wildcat track dominates at home

Angle Rosas, Staff writer

March 6

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The field was filled with athletes last Saturday with events starting from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Though the rain and the cold persisted through most of the meet Linfield athletes went out and fought hard. They were able to place i...

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