The Linfield Review

Wildcats’ Season Cut Short Due to Coronavirus

The Wildcats huddle around the mound on Saturday, February 29th, 2020.

Chase Whittaker, Sports Editor

April 30, 2020

The recent spread of coronavirus has impacted the world in unprecedented ways. A group that has been affected especially hard is collegiate athletes. From seasons being canceled and seniors losing their chance to compete one last time collegiately, athletes have been struggling to find the light in this...

NWC suspends spring sports until further notice

Northwest Conference declares spring sports are suspended until further notice to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Alex Jensen, Editor-in-Chief

March 14, 2020

Student athletes mourn the suspension of their season, seniors say final goodbyes Student athletes fret about their season ending abruptly perhaps because of an injury, but never due to a pandemic level virus infecting the globe. Early on Thursday, phones chirped and buzzed with notifications of athletic events ...

Lacrosse takes down conference rivals at home

Lacrosse takes down conference rivals at home

Angel Rosas, Managing Editor

March 11, 2020

The Linfield women’s lacrosse team started off their season with a devastating loss at home at the hands of Aurora Spartans on Thursday. The question for the next two games that weekend would be how the team would respond after the weak home-opener.  On the bitter cold Saturday night, the Wildcats welcomed division rivals Whitworth Pirates to Maxwell Field.  The Cats wasted ...

Wildcats Dethroned by the Blues

Max Lommen (#14) makes a shot in Thursday's game against Whitman College.

Chase Whittaker, Sports Editor

February 28, 2020

Coming off a big home win last Saturday night, the Wildcats fell short to the Whitman College Blues 85-70. Despite the slow start, the 'Cats crept back up on the Blues right before halftime going into the break down by only 2 points. The Blues showed no signs of stopping with the duo Darne Duckett and...

Cats’ Crowned Champions

The Wildcats join together to take a photograph in celebration of winning the Northwest Conference

Chase Whittaker, Sports Editor

February 23, 2020

A brisk Saturday evening turned into a hectic night for the Wildcats men's basketball team as they won the Northwest Conference with a big win over Whitworth University. The Ted Wilson Gymnasium was packed with students standing shoulder to shoulder with each other all the way from the first row back...

Bigger Than Buckets

Photo Courtesy of Kelly Bird

February 20, 2020

A coach’s dream in a collegiate sport is a kid who has grown up around the game and dreamed of being a player in the NCAA since he was young- for Coach Rosenberg, this player is Dempsey Roggenbuck. Roggenbuck attributing a lot of his passion for the game from his family. “My dad taught me in the...

‘Cats go 2-1 Oregon NWC Classic

Sophomore Colton Meyer (#15) getting ready to pitch against Pacific Lutheran

Dustin Lau, Photographer

February 20, 2020

The Wildcats spent their first weekend at home in conference play against the University of Puget Sound Loggers and the Pacific Lutheran Lutes. In Game One of the series on Friday Linfield scorched ahead of the Loggers finishing the night 11-3. On Sunday, the Wildcats faced the Lutes in a two-game face...

Wildcats head to Playoffs after taking down George Fox at Home

Sophomore running back Artie Johnson rushing during win over George Fox.

Angel Rosas, Managing Editor

November 19, 2019

The Linfield wildcats football team wore their all black uniforms as they charged on to Maxwell field to start their last game of the regular season last Saturday. The Wildcats were coming back to a tight and emotional game against the Whitworth at the Pine Bowl. Linfield was able to get the victory i...

Wildcats win over undefeated Eagles

Photo courtesy of Kelly Bird

November 17, 2019

Wildcats snatch the Northwest University’s Eagles in men’s basketball home opener today. After an intense last couple minutes, where the Eagles climbed the score board nesting right under Linfield’s lead heading into the last two minutes, the ‘Cats prevailed to 78-71 final score. “It felt...

Undefeated ‘Cats taken down by the Yotes

Photo courtesy of Kelly Bird

Chase Whittaker, Sports Editor

November 15, 2019

The trumpets of the national anthem rebound off of the walls in the Ted Wilson Gymnasium as the undefeated Wildcats line up across from the Yotes. The women’s basketball team has yet to be tested by any opponents thus far. The Yotes, who are currently winless in the preseason, travel to McMinnville...

The moment, the pop and the end

Senior Lauren Frost walking down the field for her final soccer game at Linfield College.

Alex Jensen, Editor-in-chief

November 13, 2019

Lauren Frost slows her feet as she goes up to defend the ball. Sensing the opposing player is about to change direction, she plants her foot and twists. Her knee hyperextends and she immediately hears a pop. Frost finds finds herself lying on the field in a fetal position. She lets out a scream and assistant c...

110 minute battle ends men’s soccer season

The men's team walks across their home turf for the last time during their 2019 season after the final whistle to greet their friends and family. Senior Henry Rosenfeld runs ahead to hug a former teammate on the sidelines.

Lexi Kerr, Features Editor

November 12, 2019

After double overtime, Linfield men’s soccer tied their long-standing rival Willamette 0-0 on Saturday, largely due to senior goalkeeper Nick Van Kleek saving all Willamette's eight shots on goal.  Not only was it a rival game for the ‘Cats, but it was also the team’s senior night. The ‘Cats honored five seniors, all of whom ...