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We Are Wildcats

For Wildcats, it's more than a game. It's a chance to show the world what we're made of.
Go Cats!
Linfield women's soccer team
Football team on game day

Uncommonly wild

Champions Compete here

Home of the nation's only football program with the most consecutive winning seasons (64 to be exact), three national baseball titles, two-time national softball champions, 21 NCAA Division III team. So, yeah - we are the champions. 
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student at pep rally

Uncompetitive fun

Play Around

Linfield's recreational sports program is an opportunity to compete with your friends and peers in a safe and fun environment. Men's and women's wrestling, flag football, innertube water polo, sand volleyball or soccer anyone?
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Cheer team welcoming students to campus

Unbridled enthusiasm

We've got the moves

If you have an infectious spirit and energy known to bring a crowd to their feet, you may find a home with the Linfield Cheer and Wildcat Dance programs. Perform for fans at athletic events and other Linfield activities.
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Uncommonly Driven

Meet our Student-Athletes

Ronan standing portrait style
Ronan jumping over a hurdle
Ronan standing portrait style
Always On the Go
Even when he’s not actively competing in soccer or track, Linfeld’s Ronan Krutzikowsky spends his free time working to become a better all-around athlete.
Cami playing basketball
Cami posed with a basketball on her shoulders
Cami playing basketball
I'm Here For A Reason
Serious knee injuries have derailed Cami Reuter’s once-promising career, but the senior guard remains committed to fostering development of the Linfield women’s basketball program.
Colton pitching
Colton portrait
Colton pitching
Rising to the Challenge
“Linfield brings the character out in each student. Our coaches aren’t necessarily just trying to make us better players, they’re trying to make us better people. You see that in the classroom as well, the professors all show good character and they’re very personable. Learning how to be a better human is taught in the classroom.”