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It was a busy weekend for men’s tennis as they took on St. Edward’s University and Laredo Community College in their first home matches since late January. Ranked 13th in the nation, they faced St. Edwards on Friday, winning 5–4, but Saturday’s match against Laredo Community College was less successful. After a short rain delay, the Tigers fell to LCC 5–4. Despite the team loss, first-year Wilson Hamilton was able to grind out a victory defeating his...

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While most Tigers were relaxing or doing homework this weekend, some athletes were busy winning championships and advancing to the NCAA playoffs. Both the men’s and women’s soccer teams won their SCAC conference championship games on Sunday and are excited to continue on to the playoffs. “It’s a huge achievement, not just to win our sixth straight regular season title, but to win our sixth straight SCAC tournament title too. Each of the last five...

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  The men’s basketball team is back in action. They recently started practicing again on Sunday, Oct. 15 in preparation for the 2017-2018 season. The Tigers will open up their season on Monday, Nov. 13 with an exhibition game at the University of the Incarnate Word. Last year, the Tigers completed the season with a 12-14 record overall and a 7-7 record in conference. They finished fifth in the regular season Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference...

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In a loss against the University of Dallas on Friday, Sept. 15, Trinity men’s soccer fell to the Crusaders and ended a 17 year streak of home game wins. The game ended in double overtime with a moment that seemed to play in slow motion. As Trinity’s sophomore goalkeeper Blake Lieberman sprang forward from the box to confront the player running toward him, University of Dallas forward Chima Ogueri sent the ball spinning from a...

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Trinity University is home to many talented athletes, and some of these athletes can be found at the club level. Whether it’s lacrosse, trap and skeet, tennis, rugby or fencing, Tigers sign up to compete against some of the biggest schools in Texas. One team on the rise is the men’s ultimate frisbee team, called Turbulence. For those who don’t know much about the game, the purpose is to score points for your team by...

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During his time as a student athlete at Trinity, assistant men’s soccer coach Edward Cartee enjoyed the opportunities he was given to explore so many different things. Cartee explained how he was given amazing chances to meet interesting people, study diverse topics, study abroad and play soccer. Cartee, who studied history, Spanish and Chinese, graduated in 2009. In addition to serving as the head soccer coach at San Antonio’s Central Catholic High School, Cartee has...

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From the outside, many varsity teams at Trinity look the same. Winning histories and coaches with tenure make up a large portion of our athletic programs. Back-to-back conference championships are common, as are offensive and defensive player-of-the-year awards. One team, however, stands above the rest. Trinity men’s soccer has been nothing short of dominant since the hire of head coach Paul McGinlay 26 years ago, in 1991. McGinlay is one of the best active soccer coaches in the...