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Trinity’s softball team finished off the regular season last weekend on a high note as they extended their winning streak to seven games. The Tigers played away at Southwestern University, winning both games Saturday, April 18.  Sunday’s games were cancelled due to weather. The softball team got off to a quick lead in game one.  After senior Brittany Haby doubled to start off the inning, senior Lauren Mercado went deep to give Trinity two quick...

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Monday, April 20, and Tuesday, April 21, Trinity’s men’s golf team competed in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships.  After two days of intense play, the Tiger men finished second. The Tigers played two rounds of golf on day one. Trinity started off solidly, shooting a combined score of 593 between the two rounds played Monday, placing them eight strokes behind defending SCAC and NCAA Division III champions Schreiner University. For individuals, Redmond Lyons (73-70)...

This past Wednesday, the U.S. national soccer team played Mexico’s national team in front of a sell-out crowd at the Alamodome in San Antonio.  The game was an international friendly match, and the U.S. walked away with a 2-0 victory. The first half of play was overall uneventful as both teams matched each other stride for stride.  That quickly changed when the teams returned from halftime as U.S. forward and Stanford sophomore Jordan Morris scored...

It’s been a hard season full of uncooperative weather for the softball team, but that didn’t stop them from taking on conference rival Centenary College last weekend. The women played a doubleheader Friday and another one on Saturday, winning all four games to finish off their regular season home games and improve to 14-16 on the season and 8-6 in conference. The Tigers got at it quickly in game one on Friday, plating one run...

As I am sure is the case with most people, I didn’t grow up in one place. I spent the first half of my childhood in Los Angeles until I moved to Houston, where I stayed until college. The first time I even heard of San Antonio was fourth grade Texas History when we learned about the Alamo. Since then, I have learned a lot about San Antonio and have quickly grown to love this...

Earlier in the week, the men’s and women’s golf teams competed in the West Regional Invitational in Georgetown, Texas. Both teams started play on Monday, April 6 and finished the tournament Tuesday, April 7. The women entered the West Region Invitational ranked 16th in Division III.  After shooting an opening-round 339, they stood in third place behind UT-Tyler and University Mary Hardin-Baylor. First year Taylor Moser and senior Alessa Hutter were tied for eighth after...

I served on a Trinity 360 panel a few weeks ago and a student from Australia asked me about rugby. Trinity is a diverse university, serving as a melting pot of different cultures, so when a prospective student told me his desire to bring an element of his culture to share with Trinity, I decided to do some research. For those who aren’t aware, rugby is considered to be the 13th hardest and the third...

Beginning last Wednesday, March 18, the NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships commenced. Trinity sent a total of 10 swimmers and divers to nationals. Competition concluded on Saturday, March 21. Trinity got off the blocks quickly on day one. All-American Stephen Culberson posted a personal best (20.02) in the 50-yard freestyle, earning him third place. Coming in at 17th, the men’s 200-yard medley relay team just missed Honorable Mention All-American recognition....