With college graduation looming ahead, I’ve realized that I have come full circle since high school. Senior year of high school was undoubtedly one of the greatest and most foolish years of my life, and probably one of the happiest years, too. People say that college is where you find yourself and where you really come out of your shell. I came out of my shell, and well beyond, sophomore year of high school, and...

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The seventh-ranked Trinity men’s tennis team finished its regular season schedule with 9-0 shutout victory wins against the University of Texas-Dallas and Colorado College last Saturday. The Tigers are now 20-6 for the season and have won six consecutive games, five of them shutout wins. The Tigers are also now 21-1 in doubles matches in the last 10 matches. Last Saturday’s matches honored the two Tiger seniors, Greg Haugen and Nico Moreno. Haugen (15-8) won...

Three distance runners from the Tiger women’s track & field team competed in the Mt. Sac Relays in California last Thursday. Senior Maddie Murphy finished with a top 10 Division III time. Murphy placed 13th in the 10,000-meter race, with a time of 36:08.55, breaking her personal record by almost 30 seconds; her time is ranked 10th in the nation. “Mt. Sac was an incredible opportunity,” Murphy said. “My teammates and I had the chance...

The ninth ranked Trinity baseball team capped their SCAC weekend series with three wins against Schreiner University last weekend. They shutout Schreiner 11-0 on Sunday and won 12-0 and 9-4 in Saturday’s doubleheader. The Tigers improved their record to 25-6 and are 11-1 in conference games. Sophomore outfielder Jeremy Wolf was named SCAC Baseball Player of the Week and senior shortstop Christian Muscarello was named the SCAC Character and Community Male Student-Athlete of the Week....

Last weekend the Trinity women’s tennis team championed against Division II McMurry University. They beat the War Hawks 5-1; however, due to rain delay, some of the matches were not finished, as mutually decided by both coaches. The Tigers improved their record to 8-7; and are now ranked 28th in the nation among Division III schools. “I felt that the matches last week were very good. We started off really strong in the double,” said...

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Last Saturday, the Trinity men’s soccer opened their spring season with a friendly match at Toyota Field, losing 1-0 against the San Antonio Scorpions. The Tigers ended their fall season 21-3-1. The Tigers were off to a good start in the first half. They played well defensively and were able to fend off the Scorpions’ attack from any goal-scoring opportunities. Junior midfielder Victor Araujo had a few shots on goal, but was unable to connect...

Last weekend, the Trinity men’s and women’s track team hosted the Tiger Relays at the Trinity University Track and Field Stadium. Four Tiger athletes won their respective events, while others registered season-best times. “It was definitely our best overall meet of the season,” said head coach Marcus Whitehead. “We perform really well at home and we had all but one of the Texas DIII’s there, so it was good to see where we stack up.”...

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The Trinity women’s softball team played a total of eight games, four doubleheaders, in six days. They won five out of the eight games and their record has improved to 12-9 and 7-1 in conference games. Trinity split a doubleheader against Pacific Lutheran University (Wash.) on Wednesday. The Tigers conceded the first game 4-2, but won the second game 4-2. Trinity trailed Pacific Lutheran by two runs but came back in the bottom of the...