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  The men’s basketball team is back in action. They recently started practicing again on Sunday, Oct. 15 in preparation for the 2017-2018 season. The Tigers will open up their season on Monday, Nov. 13 with an exhibition game at the University of the Incarnate Word. Last year, the Tigers completed the season with a 12-14 record overall and a 7-7 record in conference. They finished fifth in the regular season Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference...

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Basketball season is back. The Trinity University women’s basketball team has officially started practice for the upcoming season. The Tigers regrouped on Sunday, Oct. 15, with practice both in the morning and in the afternoon. The Tigers did a stellar job last season and are hoping to continue to improve this year. They took home their third Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Championship under the leadership of coach Cameron Hill, and they advanced deep into the...

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Trinity sports have dominated all fall season. Take a look at a recap of each team’s season so far and how they plan on staying hot for the remainder of the year. Cross-Country Both men’s and women’s cross-country have been competitive this season. In fact, the women’s cross-country team is now ranked No. 10 in the nation for the first time in several years, as well as No. 1 in the South/Southeast region rankings. The...

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Trinity’s football team snagged their third conference win over Rhodes College (TN) last Saturday, Oct. 7, winning a tense game in overtime 40-34. This win follows the Tiger victory against Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) the previous weekend on Sept. 30, when the team held on to a 26-20 victory. When facing BSC, the Tigers dominated for the first three quarters, posting seven points in the first quarter, 14 in the second, and three in the third....

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For some student athletes, life after sports is a scary thought. After spendings years and years at practices, conditioning workouts, games and team bonding events, it can be difficult to imagine life without it all. While the time commitment portion of sports might eventually come to a close, the memories made and lessons taught through sports are timeless. Many student athletes have broken records here at Trinity, and then moved on to break records in...

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If you have consumed any sort of media this past week or two, chances are you have seen and heard all about the national anthem protests that are sweeping across the nation. Athletes from the NFL, MLB, WNBA and more have been “˜taking a knee’ during the national anthem, which has sparked controversy from league owners, fans and players alike. Players and fans have taken many different stances on the issue, but most of the...

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Altitude, the women’s ultimate frisbee team, is already making its mark on Trinity’s campus, despite only being a few years old. Four years ago, a couple of women came together and founded the club sport, one of the first of its kind. “Prior to the creation of the team, women were technically allowed to play with the men. However, as far as I understand, there were very few women and they didn’t get to play as...

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Year after year, the largest portion of Trinity’s student population are student athletes and members of Greek Life. These subgroups tend to blend together, but it hasn’t always been that way. In the past, some coaches have been opposed to letting their athletes participate in Greek Life. As time goes on, several coaches have changed their opinions, but there are still some teams that hesitate to let their athletes participate. About a quarter of Trinity...