The Trinity men’s basketball team captured its third consecutive Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship with an 82-70 victory Sunday, March 2, but suffered a narrow loss against Whitworth University Friday, March 7 and lost their position in the NCAA playoffs. “It hurts when your season ends, no matter how well you do. We started this year as a family and we ended it as one. We picked each other up and it only makes these...

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While the rest of the Trinity student body was on spring break, the Trinity University softball team played a total of seven games and a double-header on Wednesday, March 19. The Tigers, who have not had a game in almost one month, opened up their week of gameplay on Saturday, March 8 with a home game against Calumet College of St. Joseph, where they earned a win of 6-3. Unfortunately, the teams faced a one-hour...

The women’s tennis team hit the road for spring break with a four-match California trip, where they experienced both wins and losses. Before setting off for their road matches, Trinity took on D-II St. Edwards (TX) on Saturday, March 1, when the team suffered its fifth consecutive loss. Senior Kylie Hornbeck and first year Liza Southwick took No. 2 doubles 8-6, while sophomore Kristy Hamilton and senior Stephanie Williamson won the No. 3 line 9-7....

The Trinity Baseball team swept its three-game series against the Southwestern University Pirates after winning their game Friday, Feb. 21 and their double-header on Saturday, Feb. 22. On Friday, the Tigers began the weekend by beating the Pirates with a close victory of 8-7. Trinity faced a looming deficit heading into the ninth inning, but Trinity’s bats delivered in the clutch. “I think the leadership of the coaches and the experienced players is what gives...

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The Trinity Tigers men’s and women’s track and field teams hosted their first meet of the season on Saturday, Feb. 22. The competition was fierce, and included NCAA Division II school Angelo State University, along with other Division III teams and independent participants from across Texas. “I think we have always competed really well at home.  Our student athletes are generally very comfortable and we have a great crowd of students showing up and supporting...

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Trinity women’s tennis team’s home opening weekend was divided with two losses and one win. The team took on Division II St. Mary’s University on Thursday, Feb. 13 for their home-opening match, but lost with a score of 8-1. This marked the team’s second consecutive loss this season, though both defeats have come at the hands of non-Division III opponents. “Each match is different and each match is a new opportunity. Having two matches in...

In a battle for first place in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference standings, the Trinity University women’s basketball team suffered two straight losses this past weekend against Texas Lutheran University and Schreiner University. The Tigers fell to 17-7 on the season and 9-4 in conference play. Texas Lutheran took over first place in the standings by improving to 18-5 (10-2 SCAC) on the year, while Schreiner improved to 14-10 overall and tied Trinity with a...

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Trinity’s softball team was swept in a Wednesday afternoon doubleheader against fifth-ranked University of Texas-Tyler, falling 7-0 and 12-0. The Tigers fell to 1-3 on the season, after opening with a split against NAIA Our Lady of the Lake on Sunday afternoon. Trinity allowed two runs in the second inning of the opening game, then suffered a five-run inning in the fifth.  UT-Tyler hit back-to-back home runs in the inning, beginning with a two-out grand...