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A 28 by 48 foot video scoreboard rose out of Trinity University Stadium last week, replacing the smaller digital board. The new scoreboard, funded privately by the football team’s booster club, will be capable of displaying stats and in-game replays. Jerheme Urban, head coach of the football team, was responsible for spearheading the project, which he hints is only the first phase of a complete renovation for the stadium. “This project has been privately funded,...

Three Tiger athletes boarded a plane to Indianapolis on Jan. 17 to attend the National Collegiate Athletic Association Conference, an event aimed at reviewing legislative proposals and allowing students to network with those in their prospective career fields. Senior Davis King, junior Ivy Claflin and sophomore Maggi Linker represented Trinity at the event, which hosted representatives from Division III schools across the country. The NCAA Division III Strategic Initiative Grant gave the Tigers the opportunity to participate in...

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SportsColumn: Top plays of 2017

November 27, 2017352 min

As 2017 comes to a close, it is safe to say that it has been yet another exhilarating year for Trinity athletics. Four spring teams snagged Southern Collegiate Athletic Association (SCAC) championships, including big wins by men’s and women’s tennis, women’s track and field, and women’s golf. This fall, four more teams captured SCAC championships including men’s and women’s soccer, men’s cross-country, and women’s cross-country. With all of the wins, all-conference recognitions, and championships, it’s...

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Regional play began this weekend, and all Tiger teams fought to represent Trinity on the court and on the field.   Volleyball The No. 4-ranked Tiger volleyball team fell short to Pacific Lutheran University in the opening round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) playoffs on Nov. 10. The Tigers dropped the opening set 25-16, but came back with a huge 25-19 to even the match 1-1. Pacific Lutheran kicked it into gear and...

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SportsThe art of the comeback

November 7, 201791 min

With six minutes and 11 seconds remaining in the third quarter, it seemed as though the Trinity Tigers were doomed at home. All the momentum belonged to Chapman University, as junior receiver Jason Isabel capped off an 80-yard drive with a 57-yard receiving touchdown, making the score 35-21 in Chapman’s favor. After about a quarter’s worth of no scoring, the Tigers began what would go down in Trinity history as one of the greatest comebacks...

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Trinity sports have dominated all fall season. Take a look at a recap of each team’s season so far and how they plan on staying hot for the remainder of the year. Cross-Country Both men’s and women’s cross-country have been competitive this season. In fact, the women’s cross-country team is now ranked No. 10 in the nation for the first time in several years, as well as No. 1 in the South/Southeast region rankings. The...

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Trinity’s football team snagged their third conference win over Rhodes College (TN) last Saturday, Oct. 7, winning a tense game in overtime 40-34. This win follows the Tiger victory against Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) the previous weekend on Sept. 30, when the team held on to a 26-20 victory. When facing BSC, the Tigers dominated for the first three quarters, posting seven points in the first quarter, 14 in the second, and three in the third....

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Trinity recently celebrated LeeRoy the Tiger’s 64th birthday by presenting a signed birthday card to the mascot at the Sept. 23 home football game. Student Ambassadors and the Alumni Relations office hosted the celebration. Though Trinity adopted a tiger mascot in 1916, LeeRoy’s birthday is celebrated in honor of the day that a live tiger, which used to be brought out for Trinity football games, arrived at the university. “The day we usually pick is...