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Jordyn Feinauer communicates with her teammates on the court.

Senior basketball player balances school, sports and work  

Kate Walkup, Staff Writer February 6, 2021

Senior Linfield women’s basketball player Jordyn Feinauer has successfully navigated the school year balancing three jobs—full-time student, NCAA athlete and student teacher. In a normal year, her...

Crowded, mask-less dugouts are a thing of the past.

Linfield softball prepares to take advantage of 2021 season

JJ Anderson, Staff Writer February 6, 2021

“We learned quickly from last year that we cannot take anything for granted. We plan to take full advantage of the year we have been given,” fifth year senior outfielder Kelsey Wilkinson said about...

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Linfield’s first WildX of 2021 covers the transgender athlete experience

Ethan Myers, Managing Editor January 31, 2021

On Jan. 22, Linfield University Athletics kicked off their first WildX discussion of 2021 with a panel that focused on transgender athletes’ experiences and rights within the world of college sports. WildX...

A look back on women in sport in 2020

A look back on women in sport in 2020

Maddie Loverich, Sports Editor January 30, 2021

When the San Francisco Giants took the field for their first exhibition game of 2020, fans experienced something they’d never seen before at a professional baseball game: a woman’s braid hanging out...

With spectators prohibited at athletic events due to COVID restrictions, a group of students parked outside the fence to get a view of the game.

Soccer breaks athletic hiatus with preseason win

Maddie Loverich, Sports Editor January 23, 2021

Linfield men’s soccer bested the Multnomah Lions Friday night in Linfield’s first athletic competition since last March. The Wildcats outscored the Lions 3-0 in the first game played on Linfield’s...

Wildcat swimmers on the starting block.

Athletic director weighs in on potential spring competitions

Kate Walkup, Staff Writer December 2, 2020

At Linfield, student-athletes from all sports have been able to practice with their teammates and coaches. With spring just around the corner, Division III athletics across the country are looking to begin...

New Wildcat tennis coach brings first-hand experience

New Wildcat tennis coach brings first-hand experience

Sierra Bodle, Staff Writer November 18, 2020

Tennis is one of the more “COVID-friendly” sports. Players are on opposite sides of a net, spaced much more than six feet apart, and the Linfield tennis team is often able to play outside. When indoors,...

Precaution and wide-open courses allow Wildcat golf to maintain a decently normal training schedule

Young Wildcat golfers adapt to challenges, look toward season

JJ Anderson, Staff Writer November 17, 2020

As a naturally socially-distanced sport, golf was hardly impacted by COVID-19 restrictions. Therefore, Linfield’s golf programs didn’t skip a beat this past summer in preparation for the upcoming spring...

Donaldson glides through the water.

Young swimmer back at it after promising rookie season

Riley Omonaka, Staff Writer November 11, 2020

It was obvious early in Edan Donaldson's career that he had a natural affinity for water. He blew through swimming lessons at the age of eight.  Young Donaldson had two options to pursue his swim career:...

Linfield's record-breaking video board dominates the view from Memorial Stadium.

Linfield unveils record-breaking scoreboard

Ethan Myers, Managing Editor November 10, 2020

Another Division III record has been shattered by Linfield’s football program, but this one didn’t come on the field. Instead, it looks down at it. Construction was completed last week on Linfield’s...

Wrestling gear lying in wait for practices to begin.

Wrestling club returns to campus

JJ Anderson, Staff Writer November 4, 2020

After a near four-decade long hiatus, wrestling is back at Linfield.  Freshman Abram Nelson came to Linfield with 14 years of wrestling experience. Although he loved Linfield from day one, he felt...

The Clean Up interviews Mariners broadcast personality Dave Sims.

Now up to the plate: Linfield baseball players start new podcast

Ethan Myers, Managing Editor October 27, 2020

“Talking baseball with some dudes and a nerd” is the catchphrase of The Clean Up, a new baseball podcast. Who are the dudes? Linfield senior outfielder Ben Ranieri and Linfield alumnus Eli Konsker....

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