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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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Welcome back to Hester’s thoughts. This article is about watching women’s sports and why people do not do that thing. There’s a simple answer: People do not watch women’s sports because they do not want to watch women’s sports. Boom. Article over. For example, our volleyball team is nationally ranked. They are high-key very good. Yet the games don’t really seem to draw much of a crowd unless they offer free shirts, in which case I will...

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Basketball season is back. The Trinity University women’s basketball team has officially started practice for the upcoming season. The Tigers regrouped on Sunday, Oct. 15, with practice both in the morning and in the afternoon. The Tigers did a stellar job last season and are hoping to continue to improve this year. They took home their third Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Championship under the leadership of coach Cameron Hill, and they advanced deep into the...

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If you read my other article this week, you will have realized something, something you maybe, probably already know. Trinity is really good. Trinity is really good at being a school and at having good dorms. People complain about Trinity stuff, but just going on a few college visits with my sister “” or visiting a friend who is in the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M “” shows me just how nice our dorms...

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Altitude, the women’s ultimate frisbee team, is already making its mark on Trinity’s campus, despite only being a few years old. Four years ago, a couple of women came together and founded the club sport, one of the first of its kind. “Prior to the creation of the team, women were technically allowed to play with the men. However, as far as I understand, there were very few women and they didn’t get to play as...

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I sat down with Trinity University Women’s Soccer captain Meredith Licata for a nice conversation about the life, career and personality of the senior forward from Buffalo, New York. Favorite soccer team: “Liverpool.” Favorite soccer player: “Abby Wambach. She’s from upstate New York as well. She’s an inspiration “¦ she’s a badass.” Favorite soccer memory: “My sophomore year. We were playing a top 10 team, UT Tyler and it was back and forth all game...

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The Trinity University women’s soccer team can score more in a single game than some competitors score in an entire season. The Tigers, 21-time Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) champions, play one moment at a time while staying aware of and prepared for the future. With each goal they score, the Tigers work toward a higher goal. “We’re taking it one game at a time right now and always focus on our next game,” said...