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Trinity University hosted the annual Trinity Invitational last weekend, where the Tigers put on quite the show. Several athletes leapt, threw and ran their ways to their best performances of the year while breaking multiple school records. The meet started off with throwing events, then moved to triple jump, long jump, high jump and pole vault. Junior Stella Affognon shattered a decade-old record in the discus with a mark of 39.89 meters, placing fifth in the...

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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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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,...

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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...

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Track-and-field athlete Abby Romig, a sophomore biochemistry major, just transferred to Trinity from Reed College this winter. Despite just beginning her time here at Trinity, she says she’s already feeling at home. “I feel really welcomed here. The people that I have met are nice and caring, the teachers are really helpful and I feel like I am really starting to settle in nicely,” Romig said. Abby has only been at Trinity for two weeks, and...

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SportsSpring Sports Predictions

January 17, 2018151 min

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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For most Tigers, the month of May signals one thing and one thing only: the start of summer. Yet, for a few Tiger athletes, the month of May brings on a whole new meaning. May is championship season. Last spring, several track and field athletes competed in the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Matthew Love, a senior from New Braunfels, Texas, represented Trinity in the men’s discus. Love finished in 11th place...