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Women athletes made March Madness

Women athletes made March Madness

Abby Power, Sports Editor April 13, 2023

March Madness has come and gone, but NCAA Division I women’s basketball showed off what is here to stay: stacked teams, talented stars and really great basketball. The 2023 women’s tournament games...

The Dallas Stars win 2-1 against the Las Vegas Golden Knights, showing off their preparation for the quickly approaching Stanley Cup playoffs.

Going in cold: Learning hockey by throwing myself in the deep end

Caleb Reed, Sports Reporter April 13, 2023

I have never watched a hockey game before in my life. I don’t know a single hockey player. I don’t know the lingo. If you asked me to name five NHL teams off the top of my head, I could, at best, name...

Double team of senior Cameron Goldstein and first-year Aashish Dhanani

Tiger men’s tennis final push

Nicholas Chen, Sports reporter April 6, 2023

Brotherhood. This is the word that defines the relationship between Trinity men’s tennis teammates, according to many of its athletes and coaches. Cameron Goldstein, senior economics major, described...

WBC surpasses expectations in 2023

WBC surpasses expectations in 2023

Caleb Reed, Sports Reporter April 6, 2023

Every four years, the World Baseball Classic brings together fans from around the globe. Twenty teams face off in a World Cup-like tournament, showcasing the best baseball players on the international...

Trinity on the move

Trinity on the move

Caleb Reed, Sports Reporter April 6, 2023

In a campus-wide email released on March 9, 2023, Trinity University announced that it had accepted an invitation to join the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) for athletics. The move, effective starting...

Defund men’s athletics?

Defund men’s athletics?

Babby Bower, Sports Editor March 30, 2023

This piece is entirely satirical. Read the rest of our April Fool’s edition, the Trinibonian, here. Nearing the end of Women’s History Month, Trinity Athletics made a consequential budgetary decision:...

Trinity says goodbye to the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference

Trinity says goodbye to the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference

Bicholas Bhen, Sports Reporter March 30, 2023

This piece is entirely satirical. Read the rest of our April Fool’s edition, the Trinibonian, here https://trinitonian.com/category/special-sections/ The SCAC, better known as the Southern Collegiate...

Season preview of SAFC, reigning league champs

Season preview of SAFC, reigning league champs

Nicholas Chen, Sports reporter March 23, 2023

San Antonio professional sports often boil down to just the Spurs. However, the city’s iconic basketball team is not the only professional team operating out of the city. San Antonio also has the San...

Hail to the chief, fail to the Commanders

Hail to the chief, fail to the Commanders

Caleb Reed, Sports Reporter March 23, 2023

When thinking of our nation’s capital, many will picture the city's great monuments and historical landmarks: The Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial and the White House and Capitol, to name a few....

Abby Power (center) poses with Shirley Rushing Poteet (left) and  Emilie Burrer Foster (right).

Untold heroes of Trinity women’s athletics

Abby Power, Sports Editor March 9, 2023

In a year like this one, when the Trinity Volleyball team is the national runner-up and the Trinity Women’s Basketball team is in the Sweet 16 of the national championship, it is hard to believe there...

Maggie Shipley shoots a layup against Hardin-Simmons, making two of her 30 points of the game.

Tigers dominate at regional championship

Caleb Reed, Sports Reporter March 9, 2023

Over 1,000 students, faculty, family and fans packed Calgaard Gym over a historic weekend to watch the Trinity Tigers women’s basketball team emerge victorious in two consecutive games this weekend as...

An untimely end: How NFL injuries negatively affect long-term health

An untimely end: How NFL injuries negatively affect long-term health

Caleb Reed, Sports Reporter March 9, 2023

When NFL fans opened Twitter on Feb. 25, they would have seen two tweets by Miami Dolphins cornerback Byron Jones that reignited conversations about the personal cost of sports. It is no secret that contact...

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