The Lindenwood University-Belleville swimming and diving team traveled to Columbus, Ga., recently to compete for the NAIA National Championship, where the men finished fourth out of 18 teams while the women finished ninth out of 21 teams.
The Lindenwood University–Belleville swimming and diving team recently traveled to Columbus, Ga., for the annual NAIA National Tournament, where the men’s team placed fourth out of 18 teams and the women placed ninth out of 21 teams.
Lindenwood University-Belleville junior Bessie Zaldivar will soon be published in the University of Miami’s Mangrove Journal, the university’s undergraduate literary journal, for her poem “Primary Colors.”
The Office of Student Life and Leadership at Lindenwood University-Belleville will host its inaugural Community and Campus Day of Service, Saturday, April 7, from 8 a.m. until noon.
The Lindenwood University-Belleville dance and cheer teams recently hosted the 2018 NAIA Regional Championship in Lynx Arena and competed with five other schools, including Missouri Baptist University, Stephens College, Bethel University, Tabor College, and Wayland Baptist University.
Lindenwood University-Belleville will hold an open house for prospective undergraduate students Saturday, March 24.
On. Feb. 20, 21, and 22, Lindenwood University System President Michael Shonrock and Vice President T.J. Rains held a series of dialogue sessions on the university’s new strategic plan to both explain the process and finished result and to seek feedback.
Lindenwood University President Michael Shonrock and Vice President T.J. Rains, along with other senior university leaders, have scheduled dialogues about the new Lindenwood University strategic plan, including the university’s new mission/vision, values, and initiatives.
Senior guard Torre Kohrmann of the Lindenwood University–Belleville women’s basketball team (19-6) scored nine points against the William Woods Owls on Tuesday night in Fulton, Mo., contributing to a Lady Lynx win and becoming the program’s career points leader.
Six members of the Lindenwood University-Belleville women's wrestling team recently travelled to take part in the WCWA Nationals. The Lady Lynx placed 21st, scoring 28 points, and were led by senior Niauni Hill, who completed a perfect 34-0 season with a national championship in the 155-pound weight class. The national championship is the first in program history for the Lady Lynx.