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The men’s and women’s golf and tennis teams both competed in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) championships last week. Both tennis teams took first place, while men’s and women’s golf teams fell short of the title. On Friday, April 20, the men’s tennis team headed to the Air Force Academy to take on Centenary College of Louisiana for the SCAC championships. The Tigers defeated Centenary quickly with a 5–0 sweep to advance to the semi-finals....

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The 20th ranked Tigers women’s tennis team has been on a roll this season. They are on a six-match win streak and polished off their home schedule with a 6-3 win over University of Texas-Dallas on April 8. The win brought the Tigers to a 10-10 record. The match started off slow as both teams split the first two doubles matches. Senior Marie Lutz and sophomore Zoe Kaffen took matters into their own hands, snagging...

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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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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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The women’s tennis team was in action this past weekend playing against opponents from a higher NCAA category. The Tigers competed against crosstown rivals St. Mary’s University, a Division II school, on Saturday morning after a long rain delay and then against Division I opponents Texas A&M University-Kingsville later in the afternoon. The Tigers came into the weekend ranked No. 16 in Division III and were eager to test their skills against some tough opponents....

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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I was touring Trinity as a prospective student when a former coach of my father had just passed away. As we sat in Laurie Auditorium, my dad chuckled, then explained he was reading an email chain in which Texas A&M track alumni were sharing memories of their late coach. “Come out of the blocks and let gravity pull you up,” my father read with a laugh. Coaches, like all humans, say things. In fact, a...