The Linfield Review

Wildcats Upset the Lutes

Taylor Cole dribbles around her defender

Alex Jensen, Editor-in-Chief

November 10, 2019

A chipped ball floats over the head of Pacific Lutheran goalkeeper Cassidy Crosswhite and lands in the back of the net. Screaming erupts from the field and stands alike. On the field, members of Linfield women’s soccer team pile on each other. In the stands, spectators go wild.  ===== It wasn’t t...

Men’s Soccer takes Bruin’s hit

Ryan Kister fights for possession of the ball

Alex Jensen, Editor-in-Chief

October 27, 2019

The Bruins momentum out swayed the Wildcats today after a late goal in the first half by George Fox. Linfield struggled to gain traction in the second half leading to 1-0 score. The men’s soccer team played at home today after being on the road yesterday to Pacific University Linfield held possession...

Improving the Image: SAAC’s Approach on Community Outreach

2019-2020 Student Athlete Advisory Council

Chase Whittaker, Sports Editor

October 24, 2019

MCMINNVILLE, OR- The Student-Athlete Advisory Council has consistently produced popular events on campus for the sports community. For example, the CATSPY’s have been one of the most popular annual events that Linfield puts on. One thing that the new co-presidents, Noah Cutting and Molly Danielson,...

Incoming Talent

Incoming Talent

Chase Whittaker, Sports Editor

October 24, 2019

With one of the largest freshmen classes Linfield College has seen in past years, one can expect to find exceptional athletic talent in such a diverse class. As a member of the soccer team, I have had the opportunity to experience some of this talent first-hand. I asked a couple of new Wildcat student-athletes...

Between the pipes: Why be a lacrosse goalie?

Senior Kylee Duey stands in the goal as the last line of defense for the Linfield Women's Lacrosse team.

Alex Jensen, Editor-in-Chief

October 23, 2019

A defender screaming “cutter!” whizzes past. A frantic instant later, an opponent follows, her colors speeding by an almost unrecognizable blur. Suddenly, the fray is marked by the sound of a clasped catch and release. Three feet in front of you, the ball is coming your way. It's going here....

Linfield Falls to Puget Sound

Makai Shriner clears the ball upfield

Camille Botello, Staff Writer

October 19, 2019

MCMINNVILLE, Ore. - Rain fell softly onto the field as the Linfield and Puget Sound men's soccer teams kicked off last Saturday afternoon. The sounds of scattered jeers and cleats slashing through muddy grass could be heard all the way from Lever Street, outside of the field.  The PSU Loggers mai...

‘Cats rally after loss to the Bulldogs, game three postponed rain delay

Chase Whittaker, Sports Editor

May 18, 2019

After a hard-fought game yesterday, the fifth-ranked Wildcats found it in them to rally a win over the Bulldogs from Texas Lutheran University. The Wildcats started off the game slower than they would have wished after trailing behind the Bulldogs 0-1 for two innings. Freshman Abi Profitt changed that very quick...

CATSPY’S award winners

Alex Jensen, Sports Editor

May 6, 2019

Student-athletes, coaches, and athletic administrators gathered in the Ted Wilson Gym Sunday night for the third annual award ceremony honoring achievements both on and off the field. Winners were voted and nominated on by student-athletes. Breakout Team of the Year & Best Play: The Women...

No softball outfield nets, shattered glass

The entire strip of parking starting at the softball field on Renshaw Avenue is a park at your own risk zone because of foul balls.

Hannah Carty, Staff Writer

May 6, 2019

A shattered windshield is something no Linfield student looks forward to but for some students, this unfortunate event is a reality.  Del Smith stadium is located behind the six-pack residence halls and in between the Hewlett Packard apartments. The location of the softball field poses a difficult sc...

Women’s tennis nail biting NWC Championships

Elsa Harris and Michelle Uyeda shaking Whitman's Mary Hill and Andrea Gu's hands.

May 1, 2019

Linfield’s women’s tennis team swept the conference all the way through to the tournament. After finishing the regular season with an 8-0 conference record, the Wildcat’s continued their dominance over the weekend in the NWC Tournament defeating the Puget Sound Loggers 5-0 and the Whitman Blues...

A Day in the Life of an Athletic Training Student

A Day in the Life of an Athletic Training Student

Alex Jensen, Sports Editor

April 22, 2019

Linfield College faced an unprecedented amount of home sporting events on Saturday requiring the athletic training program to be all-hands-on-deck More than 170 athletes stepped foot onto Linfield College’s athletics compounds on Saturday. With a home softball, baseball, lacrosse games, women’s tenni...