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Kids grow up playing sports. It’s a way of life, a rite of passage of being a kid. Oftentimes, a few years of a sport is enough until a kid gets bored or realizes they aren’t good enough for a higher level of competition. In a world full of LeBron James, being a Brian Scalabrine doesn’t cut it. Senior Chelsea Runacres is an exception. Competing in equestrian competitions since the age of 10, Runacres has...

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Sophomore goalie Blake Lieberman has started against Trinity’s strongest opponents, but in his 17 years of soccer, his toughest adversary was one he had to face off the field. When he was 11 years old, Lieberman noticed a golf ball-sized lump on his back. At first, he wasn’t convinced that anything was awry. He was a pretty active kid, so naturally he figured that the bump was just a bruise from soccer. But the bump...

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Trinity softball split a Wednesday evening doubleheader against Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU). After a 5-1 win in game one, the team sat through five scoreless innings in game two until OLLU put one run on the board. The Tigers held OLLU in the top of the seventh, but were unable to send the game to extra innings, resulting in a 0-1 loss. Allie Holbrook led the Tigers from the mound in their...

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You call yourself a baseball fan, but do you really know what WOBA is? No? That’s OK. How about VORP? Didn’t think so. The average baseball fan probably isn’t spending much time mulling over advanced baseball metrics. If your team wins, you’re happy. If your favorite player hits a home run, that’s an added bonus. Members of the St. John’s fantasy baseball league do not think this way. Fantasy baseball is a game where members of...

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Tiger baseball has risen to No. 1 in the nation as they approach the middle of the 2018 season. The team now boasts a 19-2 overall record while averaging an astounding 9.5 runs per game.  When we first covered the Trinity baseball program at the start the season, the team was already an impressive 6-0 and showed no signs of slowing down, averaging nearly 10 runs per game and outscoring opponents 53-24. The momentum has...

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Most Trinity students use spring break as a time to relax and take a load off. But for Trinity athletes, there are no days off. Over the break, the Tigers’ baseball, softball, track and field and tennis teams continued their regular season competition. Take a look at how each of these teams fared: Baseball Trinity’s baseball team played five games over break, winning all of them. The Tigers started the break with a 9-0 win...

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Ranked No. 15, the Tiger baseball team opened its season with a dominant 6-0 streak. This follows their 2017 season, where the team was eliminated from the SCAC tournament after a 28-16 regular season. The Tigers’ win streak began in a 5-3 road victory against the University of Houston-Victoria on Feb. 9. Since their opening day win, the Tigers have posted five straight decisive road victories, scoring a cumulative 53 runs against the opponents’ total of...

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Tigers dove into success at the SCAC championship tournament this weekend, claiming the title over six schools. The women’s team took first place by 72 points while the men’s team produced a 161 point win. “We had taken some hard hits from injuries and the like; ultimately, it tested everyone, but I couldn’t have been happier with the outcome,” said sophomore Elliott Fleming, who earned all SCAC honors in the men’s 200 meter breaststroke, finishing with...