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The men’s and women’s golf and tennis teams both competed in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) championships last week. Both tennis teams took first place, while men’s and women’s golf teams fell short of the title. On Friday, April 20, the men’s tennis team headed to the Air Force Academy to take on Centenary College of Louisiana for the SCAC championships. The Tigers defeated Centenary quickly with a 5–0 sweep to advance to the semi-finals....

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Before TUfit was established, students looking to get active would typically turn to intramural sports, outdoor recreation, or the Bell Center. Now, TUfit aims to be Trinity’s premier health and wellness club. The club offers fun, free and relaxing activities to all students and staff on campus. By offering weekly meditation, yoga and workout classes, TUfit aims to improve the mental, physical and cognitive health of students on campus. Sophomore Sarah Gorban is currently the president of...

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The men’s and women’s club ultimate frisbee teams both traveled to Houston on April 14 and 15 to play in the DIII sectional tournament. While neither team qualified for the national tournament, both gave strong showings in the final tournament of the season. Sophomore Maddy Walshak is the president of the women’s team, Altitude. The team placed fifth of six teams and she said she is impressed by the team’s performance this season. “Since we...

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Trinity’s No. 1 ranked baseball team and brand new football scoreboard — the biggest in DIII — already set Trinity sports apart, but the Tiger Network, the online streaming service, boosts Trinity far ahead of the pack. The free, HD service provides both live and on-demand coverage of campus events, including academic lectures, Trinity traditions and sporting events. Students, alumni, friends and family that want to stay connected with the Trinity community can to do so...

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The 20th ranked Tigers women’s tennis team has been on a roll this season. They are on a six-match win streak and polished off their home schedule with a 6-3 win over University of Texas-Dallas on April 8. The win brought the Tigers to a 10-10 record. The match started off slow as both teams split the first two doubles matches. Senior Marie Lutz and sophomore Zoe Kaffen took matters into their own hands, snagging...

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Trinity students leapt at the opportunity to experience the Final Four over the weekend as San Antonio hosted the culmination of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament. The weekend was filled with sold-out games, a three-day music festival featuring Maroon 5 and Imagine Dragons, a fan festival, autograph sessions and more. In addition to fun and games, some students were given the special opportunity to work the events. A group of ten was selected to work the...

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Trinity University hosted the annual Trinity Invitational last weekend, where the Tigers put on quite the show. Several athletes leapt, threw and ran their ways to their best performances of the year while breaking multiple school records. The meet started off with throwing events, then moved to triple jump, long jump, high jump and pole vault. Junior Stella Affognon shattered a decade-old record in the discus with a mark of 39.89 meters, placing fifth in the...

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Over spring break, Trinity’s Outdoor Recreation group (OREC) led two different trips that gave students the opportunity to get out and explore the outdoors with other members of the community. The first trip was a ski trip to Colorado, a new addition to the usual Spring break trips organized by OREC. The group of eight, led by OREC leaders Shane Bono and Max Towers, began the trip with a drive to Palo Duro Canyon State...