Today’s Tigers follow in the footsteps of historic 2003 men’s soccer team

Today’s Tigers follow in the footsteps of historic 2003 men’s soccer team

A reflection on Trinity’s NCAA Championship win as the postseason begins for men’s soccer.
Luke Terry, Sports Reporter November 4, 2021

“Control the controllables.” The expression is so self-evident that it’s almost laughable. For Josh Smith, the 2003 National Player of the Year, the phrase is proven. It’s something he carries...

Men’s soccer remains undefeated six games into season

Men’s soccer remains undefeated six games into season

Tigers continue their winning streak with wins against the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and Concordia University
Luke Terry, Sports Reporter September 23, 2021

After winning their first four matches of this still-young season, the Trinity men’s soccer team received the news last week that they were ranked no. 12 in the first release of the United Soccer Coaches...

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... Photo credit: Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh

Men’s Soccer awarded new life after loss

Alejandra Gerlach November 13, 2019
Tigers lose in SCAC Tournament semifinal but earn at-large bid, will host NCAA Tournament games

Coach’s Corner: Paul McGinlay

Brian Yancelson November 6, 2019
Meet the head coach of Men’s Soccer who has more than 500 career victories with the Tigers
David Spindel, Jacob K. Tingle, and Hailey Wilson pose and smile while sitting at Loftus Street, the home stadium of the Queens Park Rangers. photo provided by Jacob K. Tingle

Sport in London: Unbelievable

Jacob Tingle January 28, 2018

Over the winter break I spent two weeks in London, during which I attended three football matches and a play in Piccadilly Circus; I also took Blue Badge Tours of Westminster Abbey, Queen Elizabeth Olympic...

The Sport in London program travelled abroad for two weeks. photo provided by Hailey Wilson, sports reporter

Across the Pond and Back

Hailey Wilson January 17, 2018

Over Christmas break, I had the opportunity to join 15 other Tigers and two faculty members on a two-week study abroad program to London, England. Leading up to the trip, I really didn't know what to expect....

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