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Mavericks face backlash for not playing National Anthem before games
Gail Grady, Sports Reporter February 24, 2021

Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, made the decision to not have the National Anthem played before thirteen of their preseason and regular season home games. Cuban said that this decision was...

Founder of Trinity Buddies Gina Monaco showing off the new bracelets.

A Home Run Against Homelessness: Trinity Buddies fundraiser seeks to help struggling San Antonio families

Senior softball player Gina Monaco ignites athletics-wide competition to assist students in need
Alejandra Gerlach, Sports Reporter February 14, 2021

As the Spring 2021 season swings into full gear, all 18 of Trinity’s varsity sports are competing for a united cause off the field. Between Feb. 1 and April 26, each team will compete to raise as much...

Members of the women's cross country team hold the SCAC Championship trophy. This was the Tigers' fifth SCAC team title.

Cross Country takes home SCAC Championship and various individual awards

Senior Jordan Juran leads women to first place finish with her nationally recognized time
Paige Wallace, Sports Reporter February 14, 2021

At the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Championships in Dallas last week, the women’s cross country team finished in first place to earn their fifth SCAC title while the men came in second...

Jimmy Smith looks on from the sideline as junior AJ Clark dribbles up the court against Colorado College. The Tigers are 5-1 in the shortened 2021 season thus far.

Coach’s Corner: Jimmy Smith

Smith joins Trinity after three years leading team at Millsaps
Brian Yancelson, Sports Editor February 10, 2021

After three years leading the Millsaps College Majors, Jimmy Smith is now the head men’s basketball coach at Trinity. Smith replaces Pat Cunningham, Trinity’s winningest men’s basketball coach, who...

Coach Lahoud at scrimmage

From SAFC to Trinity: Former pro player Michael Lahoud joins men’s soccer team as assistant coach

National champion retired from playing after time in MLS, USL and NASL
Paige Wallace, Sports Reporter February 10, 2021

In January, Trinity’s men’s soccer team announced that they were adding Michael Lahoud, a former national champion and professional soccer player, to their staff as an assistant coach. Lahoud won...

Tigers dive straight into the SCAC Championships

Tigers dive straight into the SCAC Championships

The championship is the only confirmed in-person meet as of now
Alejandra Gerlach, Sports Reporter February 7, 2021

Trinity athletes whose seasons are typically in the fall or winter now face an abbreviated season occurring in the spring. This is the case for Trinity’s swimming and diving teams who traditionally have...

Ruff-down: Adoptable pets to compete for

Ruff-down: Adoptable pets to compete for “Lombarky” trophy in 17th annual Puppy Bowl

The puppies come from all across the country to compete against each other
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief February 6, 2021

Last year’s Puppy Bowl winners, Team Fluff, are making another appearance at the much anticipated championship game this Sunday. Puppy Bowl XVII, airing at 2:00 p.m. EST on the Animal Planet channel,...

Opinion: Amanda Gorman's Super Bowl invite must be the start of more social justice efforts by the NFL

Opinion: Amanda Gorman’s Super Bowl invite must be the start of more social justice efforts by the NFL

Gail Grady, Sports Reporter February 3, 2021

Amanda Gorman, the poet who amazed viewers with her poem, “The Hill We Climb” at President Joe Biden’s inauguration, will now recite an original poem at Super Bowl LV this Sunday in Tampa Bay, Florida....

NFL fans react to Brady's tenth appearance at the Super Bowl

NFL fans react to Brady’s tenth appearance at the Super Bowl

The 43-year-old quarterback has won six Super Bowl championships in his career, this could be his seventh.
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief January 28, 2021

Well, well, well, if it isn’t Tom Brady on his way to the Super Bowl yet again. Though I imagine fans of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are beyond elated to see their team at the Super Bowl for the first time...

The football team practices on the field in the fall. Sports will return this spring while classes remain virtual until at least Feb. 8.

Classes shift online while sports receive green light

Students, athletes react to President Anderson's announcement
Gail Grady, Sports Reporter January 19, 2021

On Thursday Jan. 14, Trinity surprised many students by announcing that all classes will be virtual from Jan. 25 until at least Feb. 8 due to the increased spread of COVID-19 and hospitalization rates...

Basketball, men's tennis teams kick-start Trinity's spring seasons

Basketball, men’s tennis teams kick-start Trinity’s spring seasons

First games in 10 months return some sense of normalcy to Trinity
Brian Yancelson, Sports Editor January 18, 2021

Last weekend, the men’s and women’s basketball teams traveled to Houston to face the University of St. Thomas while the men’s tennis team hosted Rice University. Most years, that sounds like a typical...

Tigers competing for first time since March 2020

Tigers competing for first time since March 2020

Athletics will continue despite shift to virtual classes at start of spring semester
Brian Yancelson, Sports Editor January 15, 2021

After 10 long months of ominously empty gyms and harrowingly quiet fields, the Tigers are almost back in action. The men’s and women’s basketball teams are in Houston to face the University of St....

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