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As Trinity University winds down its admissions process for the class of 2020, the Tigers football team is also finalizing the list of players to add to its roster. The group of players committed to play for the Tigers so far come from both small schools and some of the largest 6A programs in Texas, and play various positions all across the field. However, they all meet the coaching staff’s expectations. The Trinity Tigers football...

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This past Saturday, the Trinity men’s tennis team took part in a doubleheader against two non-conference opponents: the Washington University Bears and the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Crusaders. In the early match, the Tigers narrowly lost their match against the Bears 6-3. The Tigers then proceeded to blank out the Crusaders 9-0 in the late match. In terms of individual accolades, senior Paxton Deuel was named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference men’s tennis Player of...

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This past week, Monica Holguin, junior forward, for the Trinity Women’s basketball team was named an honorable mention Division III News All-American. This marks yet another accolade in Holguin’s highly successful 2015-2016 campaign, having been named to D3Hoops.com’s All-South region second team, the All-SCAC first team and the All-SCAC tournament team. She was also named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference’s Player of the Year and SCAC Tournament MVP. Holguin’s accomplishments are not only a testament...

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This past weekend, the top-seeded Trinity Tigers women’s basketball team won the Southern Collegiate Athletic Championship (SCAC) by knocking off the No. 3 Schreiner University Mountaineers with a score of 66-50. In clinching the SCAC, the Tigers received an automatic bid to the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III playoffs. With wins over the Texas Lutheran University Bulldogs and Schreiner in the semifinals and finals, respectively, the Tigers finished their regular season with a record...

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This past Sunday, the Trinity Tiger softball team swept the Staten Island University Dolphins, winning both of the doubleheader games 3-1 and 12-0. The Tigers’ weekend was considered extremely impressive given the dominance the Tigers displayed on both sides. In the first game, the Tigers edged out the Dolphins 3-1, scoring at the bottom of the first, third and fifth innings. In their second game of the day, the Tigers won by run rule, scoring...

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National Signing Day 2016 came and went on Feb. 3, 2016, but for the Tigers it is only a day in the process of bringing new players on-board. Any football fan knows that the season never really ends. The offseason is a time for us to obsessively pore over our team’s roster, compulsively check Twitter multiple times a day and react to any and all information we get. Because we need football. For the coaches...

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Former Tigers Sign with San Antonio Football Club On Thursday Feb. 4, San Antonio FC announced it had signed two former Tiger men’s soccer stars to contracts. San Antonio FC was established in January and is a member of the Division III United Soccer League. The club is very new to the scene: San Antonio FC takes over as San Antonio’s professional soccer franchise after Toyota Field and the S.T.A.R. Soccer Facility were purchased by...

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Every year, the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) hosts the Finding Leaders Among Minorities Everywhere (FLAME) program for college and graduate-level individuals interested in behind-the-scenes goings-on of the United States Olympic Committee. The program aims to increase awareness of the U.S. Olympics and Paralympics as well as increase diversity and inclusion. The eight-day program at the USOC’s headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colorado immerses young men and women. There, they learn about social and business elements...