Let’s get straight into it. Should you spank your children? Of course. Or maybe not. We haven’t really decided. This should make for a great editorial. You might say, but lovely Trinitonian staff, why not address the complaints towards professor Singh or the killing in Oregon? Yes. Usually various topics of discussion make their way in and out of the newsroom, from whether an alpaca is better than a llama or if it is acceptable...

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Hard work, perseverance and dedication paid off for the Trinity baseball team as they completed a historical season for the team, ending with a third place finish in the NCAA DIII World Series. However, it was not an easy path to the NCAA playoffs, let alone a Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference title. The Tigers headed into the SCAC championships with a conference record of 13-5 and an overall record of 29-11, which seeded them third...

After starting the season with a 14-4 record so far, the Tigers struggled the past week as they only won two of their past four games. First the Tigers competed in a three-game series against Texas Lutheran University away on March 22 and 23. In the first game on March 22 the Tigers fell 6-0, with the Tigers giving up three runs in the first inning, two in the fifth inning and one in the...

During the spring break week from March 6 through March 15 the Trinity softball team was scheduled to play 14 games. Unfortunately, due to bad weather, eight of the games were either cancelled or postponed. In the six games the Tigers did play, they lost five and won one. The Tigers started their games at home on March 6 with a double header against California College of St. Joseph. The first game the team lost...

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After two and a half months of games, the Trinity football team ended their season this past Saturday, Nov. 15, at home with a 41-0 victory over Austin College. This was the first shutout Trinity has recorded since 2002. The Tigers now have an all-time record of 44-30-6 against Austin College””a team they have faced since 1904. With the win against the Roos, the Tigers improved their overall record to 4-6 and their conference record...

Both of the Trinity basketball teams opened their season with back-to-back losses. The men fell to Hardin-Simmons University on Nov. 15 and to Mary Hardin-Baylor University on Nov. 17. The women were defeated by George Fox University and Linfield University at the George Fox Classic in Newberg, Ore., from Nov. 15-16. In the first game of the 2014-2015 season, the men suffered a 74-100 loss to Hardin-Simmons on the road. The Tigers shot 49.1 percent...

Both the men’s and women’s swim teams were narrowly defeated by the University of the Incarante Word last Saturday, Nov. 7. The men’s team lost 118-101 and the women’s team was defeated 115.5-94.5. The UIW meet marked the Tigers’ third meet of the season and their first defeat after they beat Centenary College on Oct. 11, and University of Texas-Permian Basin on Oct. 31. Even though the Tigers did not come away with the victory,...

The 7-14 loss against the University of Chicago on Saturday, Oct. 11, marked the fifth loss of the season for the Tigers and brought their overall record to 1-5. Chicago opened the score with two touchdowns in the first quarter with one coming at the 5:45 mark and the second at the 5:16 mark. After the end of the first quarter and through most of the fourth quarter, Chicago led with a score of 14-0....