Jake Baker ’14 Sport: Soccer Hometown: McMinnville Major: Political science Why Linfield: “I had confidence the college would address all my needs academically, athletically and socially. It has proven to be worthwhile.” ’ c a t t r a c k s Goals for senior year: “If I am continuously improving on the soccer field and in the classroom, then I will be happy and that comes down to working hard and paying attention to detail.” Favorite achievement: “Being elected ASLC vice president and captain of the soccer team are my biggest accomplishments. It is a great and humbling feeling to have people put their confidence in you.” Balancing athletics, academics and politics: “I am efficient with my time and have a desire to work hard and continuously improve myself and my environment.” Favorite aspect of Linfield: “The different people I am surrounded by day in and day out – professors, fellow students and administrators who push me to become better academically and athletically. More important, they push me to become a better person.” Advice for student athletes: “Never take a second off. Whether it is on the field or in the classroom, hard work is not something you can just pick up overnight. Push yourself and test your limits, but don’t forget to enjoy life and enjoy the end results of your hard work.” Fall 2013 l i n f i e l d m a g a z i n e - 2 3 Duey, Hickman join athletic training staff Diagnosis and treatment of athlete injuries is under new supervision this fall. Duane Duey, head certified athletic trainer, replaces Tara Lepp, Linfield’s top trainer for 31 years. Lepp, who has scaled back to teach part time, will also serve as a medical missionary for Open Arms International in Kenya. Duey will guide the treatment and prevention of athlete injuries, assisted by Katie Hickman, who will also lead classes. Laura Kenow and Greg Hill ’97 continue to direct the Athletic Training Education Program curriculum. Duey served 11 years as an associate athletic trainer for the football program at Portland State University, the last three as the head athletic trainer for football. He also completed athletic training stints at Willamette University, Lewis & Clark College and the Portland Forest Dragons arena football team. He received a bachelor’s degree in physical education and interdisciplinary studies from Western Oregon University. Hickman earned a bachelor’s degree in human physiology and psychology from the University of Oregon and a master’s degree in athletic training at Bridgewater State. Macy-Baker takes women’s tennis helm Lisa Macy-Baker, a former McMinnville High School athlete and accomplished tennis coach, was named Linfield women’s tennis coach and NCAA compliance officer. She replaces Amy Dames Smith, who accepted a position at Concordia University. Macy-Baker assumes leadership of one of the top women’s tennis programs in the Northwest Conference, with six NWC titles and three appearances in the NCAA Division III regional playoffs in 10 years. She coached girls’ tennis and taught special education at McMinnville High School. She holds a bachelor’s degree in general science from Oregon State University and a master’s degree in special education from Portland State University.
Linfield Mag 28 Fall 2014
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