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A Day in the Life of an Athletic Training Student

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 tennis match, and track and field Linfield athletics department were all hands-on deck. […]

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Lacrosse Promotional Video

Linfield College’s women’s lacrosse program has been through a whirlpool of change over the past three seasons. The team has had four head coaching changes since 2016. But the constant change has yet to deter the program from its goals. In 2016 the team broke their two-year, 31-match losing streak. They won their first game […]

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A Father, Son Game

An audio story about how a simple game of catch turned into a lifelong passion There’s a classic wholesome moment in almost all family movies that takes place on a green grass yard. It’s when a dad teaches his son how to play catch with a baseball.  It’s a moment that junior Eli Konsker went […]

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Little League Dream Come True

It was the last game of little league, the last chance to be first or second in the conference, and the last time at bat.  Twelve years-old old Levi Horner-Villa stepped up to plate with two boys already on base. His pitcher was the best in conference and known for throwing hard curveballs.  All it […]

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U.S.Coffee Consumption Infographic

The United States is a major consumer of coffee. The National Coffee Association in 2018 released survey results from drinking trends in the United States. The survey revealed: 60 year-olds and older share the majority 72 percent of the coffee consumption. 40 to 59 year-olds consume 66 percent of the share. 25 to 39 year-olds […]

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Lacrosse Population Growth Infographic

Lacrosse is the fastest growing sports on the west coast. The number of participants has been increasing every year since 2006. The US Lacrosse participation survey cited that in 2017 nearly 827,000 people play lacrosse. “I’ve seen a common trend from athletes switching to lacrosse from another sport,” Lindsay Kibler said, head coach of Linfield’s […]

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New Left Ankle Wanted

An athlete battle with re-injuring the same ankle over multiple seasons The ankle is the base of the body. In lacrosse, the most injuries occur in the lower extremities and 26 percent of them are ankle sprains.  All my life I have had ankle issues from rolls, twists, to sprains. Playing sports since the age […]

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After Hour Student-Athletes

A day in the life of a student-athlete in-season often becomes a checklist of items to do each day before they can collapse on their beds at the end of the day.  8:15 a.m. wake up 9 a.m. – 10:40 a.m. class 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. study  1 p.m. – 3 p.m. class 3 […]

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A Goalie Perspective

Lacrosse goalies are the craziest players on the field because they continually slide their bodies to take the full force of a 50-mph shot. Their position has the clearest noticeable traits by the markings on their bodies. From bruises that look like tiny universes to bumps the size of baseballs caused by inflammation.  “Bruises to […]

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Norway’s Troll Legends

Troll souvenirs, portraits and sculptures are an abundance in Norway. Souvenir shops are littered with troll memorabilia.   There are two types of trolls: the trolls of the mountain and of the forest; Trolls of the caves.  Trolls of the mountain, also known as of the forest, can use their powers with nature to uproot trees […]

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