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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...

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Trinity football is back. The Tigers may have started their football season on the wrong foot in a 32-7 loss against Redlands University, but with their first two conference games, the men of Trinity football proved that they are ready to “be the standard” and dominate within the Southern Athletic Association (SAA). This past weekend’s home overtime win against Chapman University proved just that. However, the road to success for the Trinity football team hasn’t...

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With the start of college football season, a few questions are lingering in the air alongside the lofting scents of grilled meat and cheap beer. First, is Texas back? Second, where did Texas go? Answers: No, and down the toilet. Don’t at me. Here at Trinity, there are other questions related to Division I college sports. First, what Division I teams do Trinity students root for when they watch Division I college sports? And second, why...

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The Tiger football team started their 2017 campaign with a tough loss to 25th-ranked University of Redlands on Saturday, Sept. 1. Around 60 members of the team geared up and traveled to Redlands, California for the opening game. The Tigers had a long trip to The Golden State; they had a three hour flight into Los Angeles and a three hour bus ride into Redlands. “The traveling was a blast,” said junior offensive lineman Joel...

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There’s no doubt that Trinity’s football team works hard as a unit every day, but some of them deserve an individual spotlight every now and then. Head coach Jerheme Urban says Mitchell Globe, senior linebacker, has been an exemplar of the Tiger football team over the past three years. Globe has been playing and excelling at the linebacker position since well before his time at Trinity. “I’ve been playing at linebacker really all throughout my...

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Trinity football is tackling a new conference this semester. With an influx of first-year players and new teams to face, Tiger football is changing the game. Until recently, the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference hosted all of Trinity’s varsity sports teams. However, this year the SCAC decided they did not have enough competing teams to support a functioning football league and dissolved the section. With the teams splitting into new divisions, the Tigers have left behind...