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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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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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The Trinity softball team has started its campaign in exuberant style, winning all of its first six games of the year coming off of last year’s losing season. This past weekend, the team played Concordia University in a thrilling doubleheader. The first game was an exciting 6-4 victory which saw the Tigers, powered by senior Sarah McCarty and juniors Hailey Wilson and Riley Goldwait, fight to come from behind and take the victory. (Wilson is...

With the start of a new semester comes the start of the spring season. Whether it be track & field, softball, baseball or tennis, many Tigers are gearing up for their first competitions of the semester. Check out a preview of each of our spring sports teams below.   Track & Field Tiger track & field kicked off their season on Jan. 12 with the Leonard Hilton Invitational. The Tigers were led by seniors Britney...

The beauty of sports is that anything can happen. The endless possibilities of the games allows sports writers and fans many opportunities to make predictions. For the upcoming spring season here at Trinity, I, your favorite sports reporter, have some predictions of my own.  Get ready for track, the sport with the skinniest athletes since cross country, ’cause ladies and sport boys, track is back. This season will see one incredible moment, when, against all...

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As 2017 comes to an end, we once again find ourselves further more invested in our precious technology than anything else. We find ourselves asking again and again who is really in charge, the machines or us. Then our phone buzzes, and our hands shoot to the phone like a wild west gunslinger only to find another pointless facebook notification that someone you have never met has liked a page you should never have liked....

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SportsIntro to Intramurals

November 16, 2017141 min

Intramural sports, also known as IMs, have a great place in Trinity history. From NCAA athletes to the least athletic among us, Trinity students can enjoy the wide variety of IMs offered. “No skill is required and only a great attitude is needed,” said Kristen Harrison, Recreational Sports director. “Everyone’s out there for fun and competing to win that intramural t-shirt at the end of the semester.” Here’s a quick look at this season’s line...