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The Linfield Review

The student news site of Linfield University

The Linfield Review

The student news site of Linfield University

The Linfield Review

Linebacker Blake Rybar lunges at the Redlands quarterback Saturday afternoon. Rybar led the Wildcats with 10 tackles.

Defense lifts Linfield to homecoming victory

JJ Anderson and Kate Walkup September 20, 2022

The Linfield defense came to play Saturday afternoon, holding off the Redlands Bulldogs (0-3), for a 21-3 Homecoming game victory at Maxwell Field. Linebacker Blake Rybar led the way for Linfield with...

Young practicing with his racket.

Defying the expectations

Kate Walkup, Sports Editor May 20, 2022

Graduation is right around the corner for the majority of Matous Young’s peers, but he still has three more years of college to complete. The Linfield tennis player from San Anselmo, Calif., graduated...

Riley and Rowan practicing dribbling.

A team of two

Kate Walkup, Sports Editor May 19, 2022

Always together.  “Going to college together was an automatic thing,” Riley said. “There was no question. Ever since we were little, we've done everything together. The first time we picked up...

Khan at practice diving for a ball.

Keeping his rhythm with baseball

Kate Walkup, Sports Editor May 15, 2022

Most individuals’ initial memories include the first time they ride a bike, try their favorite food or watch their favorite movie.   However, this isn’t the case for Linfield sophomore baseball...

Feinglas getting ready to race.

Chasing an NCAA qualifier and a break in the rain

Kate Walkup, Sports Editor May 6, 2022

Rain, cancellations, more rain. Not many people find the freezing, endless drizzles that trail into late spring enjoyable, but this unusually wet spring in Oregon has impacted Linfield junior Kenzie...

Omonaka practicing in the offseason

Soaring above surgeries and setbacks

Kate Walkup, Sports Editor April 19, 2022

“My dad’s, my brother’s and my favorite bonding activity was to wrestle on the couch,” Riley Omonaka said. “We used to have paintball wars and Nerf gun wars. All of the fun competitive things...

Matthiesen-Johnson spending time in the water post season.

A journey to confidence

Kate Walkup, Sports Editor March 13, 2022

“I just wanted to swim,” Alexis Matthiesen-Johnson said.  When the Linfield junior started her swimming journey with lessons at her neighborhood pool in Eugene, Ore., the swim instructors soon...

Senior Max Lommen led the Wildcats with eight rebounds on Thursday evening.

Men’s basketball falls in NWC semifinal

Maddie Loverich, Editor-in-chief February 24, 2022

Linfield men’s basketball fell to Whitman College on Thursday evening 82-79 in a nailbiter semifinal game of Northwest Conference championships. The loss was the team’s first at home all season.  The...

Linfield cheer to compete in first competition in school history

Linfield cheer to compete in first competition in school history

Maddie Loverich, Editor-in-chief December 27, 2021

Linfield’s cheer and stunt team will compete at Universal Cheerleaders Association and Universal Dance Association College Cheerleading and Dance Team Nationals in Orlando in January, the team’s first...

Klosterman faces off against Lewis and Clark University in mid-November.

Linfield football player in recovery, community steps up to exceed fundraising goal

Maddie Loverich, Editor-in-chief December 12, 2021

A big collision during the fourth quarter of Linfield football’s Dec. 4 quarterfinal matchup against the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor quieted the crowded stadium for several minutes as athletic trainers...

Linfield mens basketball wins at home

Linfield men’s basketball takes the win

JJ Anderson, Staff Writer December 11, 2021

The basketball adage, “Live by the three, die by the three,” played out on center stage Friday night, as the Linfield Wildcats defeated the visiting Piedmont Lions, 64-52, in the Ted Wilson Gymnasium.  At...

Dempsey Roggenbuck with the ball

Linfield men’s basketball back from bonding in preparation for conference play 

Serrina Cabral, Staff Writer December 3, 2021

The Linfield men’s basketball team played at The David Wells Classic this past week in California. The Wildcats came out strong with a win over La Verne University but fell short to both Pomona-Pitzer...

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