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In front of a raucous home crowd, six Tiger seniors””three men and three women””played their final home game in a Trinity uniform. Both the men and women concluded their regular season with home wins over the Schreiner University Mountaineers. The Tiger men won their final game of the season 70-66 against Schreiner. They ended the season with a three-game winning streak and finished seventh in conference ahead of Austin College. Steals and blocks on defense...

Chris Bianchi””like many other baseball players””began playing in Little League T-ball when he was four years old. He fell in love with the sport when he saw a San Diego Padre’s game on TV one day as a child. “As soon as I realized  [baseball] was considered a career, I wanted to play Major League Baseball,” Bianchi said. “I grew up watching and loving the Padres, so it’s a little weird having an opportunity with...

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For the first time this season, both the men and women were undefeated in a weekend of two Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference games, as both of the teams earned wins over Austin College and the University of Dallas at home. Friday, Feb. 13, the women beat Austin College 74-68. Senior guard Hannah Coley returned to the lineup after being out the past three weeks with a high ankle sprain, and broke the school record for...

The Tigers fell in both conference games this weekend. They lost on the road against Southwestern University and Texas Lutheran University. Friday, Feb. 6, they went to Georgetown, Texas, hoping to avenge their one point loss to Southwestern on Jan. 16, but they fell once again 52-61. The game was close throughout, with the biggest lead being seven points for either team until the closing seconds. The Tigers held a slight five-point lead (27-22) going...

The Trinity men’s tennis team””ranked third in the nation in Division III””went 2-1 on the weekend after opening Friday, Feb. 6, with a win against Hardin-Simmons University, and splitting their two matches on Saturday, Feb. 7, at the Abilene Christian University Indoor Tournament. The Tigers then lost 4-3 Thursday, Feb. 12, in their home opener against St. Edward’s University The women’s tennis team also competed in a single match on Saturday, Feb. 7, against Division...

The Tiger basketball teams played rematches of last weekend’s games this past weekend from Jan. 29-31. The women went 2-0, while men went 0-2 on the weekend. The women came away from this weekend of conference matches with two wins over the bottom two conference teams, while the men fell in two close match-ups. After setting season bests last weekend at home against Centenary, the women again set a season best for points scored and...

The women opened their 2015 spring season at the ACU Indoor Tournament with a sweep of Texas A&M Prairie View University and Hardin-Simmons University the first day, but fell in the final match to host ACU. “We competed very hard this weekend, and fought for every point in every match,” said Caroline White. “We played smart and consistent, and did a great job staying in each point.” Friday afternoon, the women faced A&M Prairie View,...

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The Tigers earned two convincing victories this weekend over the bottom two teams in SCAC conference play””Centenary and Colorado College. Friday, Jan. 23, they beat a winless Centenary 86-35 at home. This win was their largest margin of victory this season (51 points), the fewest points allowed (35) and a season best for points scored (86). Trinity held a comfortable lead throughout the half, their only deficit was after the first possession of the game,...