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The Student News Site of Trinity University

Trinitonian

The Student News Site of Trinity University

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‘Championship Hangover’: Is it fact or fiction?

‘Championship Hangover’: Is it fact or fiction?

Sometimes, the bigger the win is, the harder the team is sure to fall
Caleb Reed, Sports Editor April 25, 2024

When teams find themselves atop the highest peaks of winning a championship, it can make the fall all the more painful in the aftermath. Championship hangovers are a relatively fitting term for the sudden...

he Tigers celebrate after a rally at the Final Four Tournament in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, which they ultimately lost to the Johns-Hopkins University Blue Jays who secured the title.

Volleyball team set to ace nationals

Opinion: Preseason polls suggest a chance at a first-ever national championships win
Luke Terry, Sports Reporter September 9, 2021

A little under two years ago, Trinity University’s volleyball team made the trip to Cedar Rapids, Iowa to compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) championships. This past spring,...

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...

Coachs Corner: Andrew Waters

Coach’s Corner: Andrew Waters

Brian Yancelson March 19, 2020
Meet the assistant baseball coach who, just four years ago, led the Tigers to a National Championship
Tigers lap the competition at SCAC Championships

Tigers lap the competition at SCAC Championships

Alejandra Gerlach February 19, 2020
Swimming and Diving sweeps top awards, set several conference records
Senior goalkeeper Blake Lieberman Photo credit: Alejandra Gerlach

Men’s Soccer out after second round of NCAA Tournament

Alejandra Gerlach November 21, 2019
Trinity's men's soccer team had a rollercoaster of a weekend with a season high and a season low within 24 hours of each other
Nic Defazio, Nathaniel Prete, Jimmy Tatum, and Omar Hinedi Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

Tiger Baseball Looks Ahead to 2019 Season

Megan Flores January 23, 2019
Trinity posts a season schedule filled with home games
John Tucker (left) and Trevor Johnson show off the rings from the Tigers national championship title in 2016, when both were first years. photo provided by Emma Birbeck.

Trinity baseball’s John Tucker embraces the grind

Elise Hester March 21, 2018

Hitting a baseball is extremely difficult, almost as difficult as describing what it feels like. “There’s no analogy to hitting. I can use adjectives, but I don’t even know if those work,” said...

Tiger swim and dive won the SCAC championship this past week. photo provided by Duncan MacAskill

Trinity swimmers, divers sweep SCAC championship

Saul Malek February 21, 2018

Tigers dove into success at the SCAC championship tournament this weekend, claiming the title over six schools. The women’s team took first place by 72 points while the men’s team produced a 161 point...

Jacob Hurrell-Zitelman, sophomore, trains for the upcoming SCAC Championship meet in Dallas. photo by  Allison Wolff, staff photographer

Tigers look to make a splash

Hailey Wilson February 4, 2018

The Tiger swimming and diving teams made quite a splash last semester and are currently gearing up for the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Championships, which will be held in Dallas on...

The mens soccer team prepares for their upcoming game this Friday. Photo by Chloe Sonnier

Men’s soccer chases 20th SCAC championship

Hailey Wilson August 28, 2017

From the outside, many varsity teams at Trinity look the same. Winning histories and coaches with tenure make up a large portion of our athletic programs. Back-to-back conference championships are common,...

Photo by Julia Weis

Meet TUXC’s most improved runner

Julia Weis August 23, 2017

Sometimes it's not the stars of the team that deserve the attention. Sometimes it's the guy who wasn't born with natural talent, but who has clawed and fought his way to reach the top. Andy Cottrell...