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Patriots of power: How the Patriots dynasty rose and fell

Cole Isaacson, Sports Reporter March 29, 2024

From 2001 to 2019, the New England Patriots were the class of the NFL. During that span, they won 17 division titles, appeared in the Super Bowl nine times, and won the Super Bowl six times. Their trophies...

Getting back to Title Town

Getting back to Title Town

Scott Lebo, Sports Reporter March 21, 2024

San Antonio Football Club (SAFC) opened their season against Loudoun United on Saturday, March 9, after their 2023 campaign ended in disappointment in Sacramento. SAFC won the United Soccer League (USL)...

Old faces find new places in free agency

Old faces find new places in free agency

Cole Isaacson, Sports Reporter March 21, 2024

Early March marks the beginning of the new league year in the NFL and, with it, free agency. This year’s free agency period saw star players move from team to team, creating intrigue for some fans and...

Despite drama, Red Bull rockets to the front

Despite drama, Red Bull rockets to the front

Caleb Reed, Sports Editor March 21, 2024

Following one of the most memorable offseasons in recent history for F1, the majority of the early-season excitement has centered around one team: Red Bull Racing. The team, which dominated in the 2022...

Tigers fall short in White Out knockout

Tigers fall short in White Out knockout

Scott Lebo, Sports Reporter March 7, 2024

Trinity Men’s Basketball’s extraordinary season came to an end on Friday, March 1, as the Tigers fell to the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) 63-67. After a 23-2 regular season, Trinity’s last...

Cap to cup: Hockey’s salary loophole

Cap to cup: Hockey’s salary loophole

Cole Isaacson, Sports Reporter March 7, 2024

The Stanley Cup Playoffs is one of the most exciting tournaments in sports. It features 16 teams who must win four seven-game series to capture hockey’s ultimate prize. The NHL postseason has proven...

Ultimate frisbee at Trinity: Altitude aims high in sports

Ultimate frisbee at Trinity: Altitude aims high in sports

John Thweatt, Sports Reporter March 7, 2024

The women’s ultimate frisbee club, Altitude, is an organized club sport here at Trinity that displays their skill and passion on their Tuesdays and Thursdays practices as well as in countless competitions...

Fanatics finds few fans in MLB

Fanatics finds few fans in MLB

Caleb Reed, Sports Editor March 7, 2024

With another baseball season fast approaching, all eyes will be on the game’s stars taking the field. Up-and-coming talents like Julio Rodriguez, Adley Rutschman and Evan Carter join established veterans...

SLAM ANTONIO: Trinity baseball earns 3-0 start

SLAM ANTONIO: Trinity baseball earns 3-0 start

Cole Isaacson, Sports Reporter February 29, 2024

Tiger Baseball swept Babson College to open the 2024 season, scoring at least eight runs in all three games. The most notable part of the series was a comeback win in game two, where the Tigers were down...

College Football makes a comeback

College Football makes a comeback

Scott Lebo, Sports Reporter February 29, 2024

In a world where sports fans can load up video game systems and play as their favorite athletes from across the sporting world, one of America’s most popular sports — college football — disappeared....

Coach Urban during a 2022 game against Berry College

Coach’s Corner: Jerheme Urban

Caleb Reed, Sports Editor February 29, 2024

Over the last five years, Trinity Football has been one of the most dominant forces in the Southern Athletic Association, winning four of the last five conference championships and frequently earning national...

Sunrise over a baseball field, color edition

MLB Spring Training signals early hopes

John Thweatt, Sports Reporter February 29, 2024

Every year in late February, America’s game begins to ripen. With Spring Training upon us, the scent of freshly cut grass, crinkles from cracker-jack bags, smells of light beer and hot dogs, cracks of...

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