Women’s lacrosse earns first win in two years

Kaelia Neal, sports editor

February 22

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Under the new leadership of first year head coach, Sean Hansen, and second year assistant coach, Brittany Hartmann, the Linfield women’s lacrosse team earns its first victory in two years and breaks the 31-match losing stre...

Wildcats finish NWC play strong, advance to playoffs

Kaelia Neal, sports editor

February 22

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After being near the bottom of the conference the past few years, the Linfield men’s basketball team has advanced to the Northwest Conference tournament. In the team’s final games of the regular season play, Linfield had two ...

Linfield wetcats’ efforts have paid off

Sara Levering, Staff Writer

February 16

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Shown at the conference meet this past weekend, the women’s swim team placed third and the men’s placed fourth out of eight teams respectively. For day one of action in Federal Way, Washington, Evette Dow, ‘19, was c...

Men’s Tennis Struggles in First Match of Season

Sara Levering, Staff Writer

February 12

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The Linfield Wildcats had a preseason match in Seattle on Sunday afternoon against Seattle University, a Division I team. The Wildcats were defeated 7-0, by Seattle who won all three doubles matches to take the doubles point...

‘Cats lead early, Bruins take victory

Kaelia Neal, Sports Editor

February 12

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The Linfield women's basketball team battled George Fox, but ultimately lost to the Bruins 56-76. "Even though we lost to a good team, we also made some huge strides toward reaching our top potential as a team," junior Jade...

Bruins find revenge against ‘Cats in close game

Kaelia Neal, Sports Editor

February 11

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It was a showdown between the Linfield and George Fox men's basketball teams, and the Bruins were looking for revenge. Earlier this season, the Wildcats managed to defeat the Bruins 75-73, but the tables turned on Friday when Ge...

Commitment, effort brings success to swimming

Sara Levering, Staff writer

February 5

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The Wildcats have found nothing but success in swimming, defeating Pacific University, Lewis and Clark College and Willamette University in January. Both the men and women won by sizable margins. The men are now second in the...

Men’s basketball competes for spot in conference playoffs

Kaelia Neal, Sports Editor

February 5

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Even with tough Northwest Competition, the Linfield men’s basketball team currently sits in the top half of the conference. The Wildcats are ranked fourth out of nine teams and have a NWC play record of 6-6 and an overall record...

‘Cats remain optimistic on end of season

Kaelia Neal, Sports Editor

February 5

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The Linfield women’s basketball team has certainly had its highs and lows throughout the season but remains optimistic. The Wildcats are ranked eighth out of the nine Northwest Conference teams with a NWC play record of 3-9...

‘Cats pounce on PLU to win NWC championship, look to Texas

Ross Passeck, Features editor

November 15

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In their final game of the regular season the Wildcats found themselves in a rare position. With an overall record of 7-1 and undefeated within the NWC, Linfield entered Saturday’s game against the PLU Lutes with a reputation...

Swimming finds victory, loss against Puget Sound, PLU

Alex Jensen, Staff Writer

November 14

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Linfield Wildcats clashed with the Puget Sound Loggers Fridays night in the Aquatic Center. The Wildcats won a total of 15 of out 22 events. The women won a whopping 122-83. The men on the other hand unfortunately lost 95-110. ‘Cats...

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