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Opinion: NCAA washing their hands of NIL will change the landscape of college sports

Opinion: NCAA washing their hands of NIL will change the landscape of college sports

NCAA interim policy allows student-athletes to monetize name, image and likeness
Alejandra Gerlach, Sports Reporter September 23, 2021

The crux of the NIL issue is often framed as fairness. The argument for student-athletes receiving compensation for their name, image and likeness (NIL) is that it is only fair that the athletes get paid...

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...

Coachs Corner: Drew Cohn

Coach’s Corner: Drew Cohn

Cohn prepares for his second season at Trinity
Alejandra Gerlach, Sports Editor September 16, 2021

Andrew Cohn is entering his second season as Trinity’s head women’s tennis coach. Despite starting his new role in the midst of the pandemic, Cohn saw success in his first season with a 9-8 winning...

Super Seniors are back for a fifth year

“Super Seniors” are back for a fifth year

Trinity athletes take advantage of NCAA ruling that grants them an extra year of eligibility
Alejandra Gerlach, Sports Reporter September 9, 2021

As the fall 2021 season kicks off, many have looked forward to the return of regular seasons. While many aspects of the season are back to normal, the impact of the pandemic remains evident. Under normal...

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 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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Blaseball: The only valid fantasy sport?

Noelle Barrera September 30, 2020

illustration by Noelle Barrera I've never really been interested in athletics at all — one of my many accomplishments is not being able to get a basketball through a net (ever!), which I blame on...

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A History of Sports and Diseases

Paige Wallace September 10, 2020

Since the emergence of COVID-19, the sports world has struggled to figure out the best way to address safety issues while also allowing sports to continue and give players and fans what they want. When...

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No teams cut despite COVID-19 budget restraints

Alejandra Gerlach August 27, 2020

Photo by Kate Nuelle Across the country, universities, including Stanford University and a number of Division III schools like Earlham College and the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, have announced...

Early buzzer sounds as Trinity cancels spring sports

Early buzzer sounds as Trinity cancels spring sports

Brian Yancelson March 23, 2020

Photos by Kathleen Creedon This article is a part of the Trinitonian’s coverage of Trinity University’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to read the rest of our coverage. On...

Coachs Corner: Russell McMindes

Coach’s Corner: Russell McMindes

Brian Yancelson February 19, 2020

Photo by Kate NuelleRussell McMindes has spent 21 seasons with Men’s Tennis at Trinity — first as an athlete, then as an assistant coach and now as the head coach of the program. Each of his...

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Coach’s Corner: Marcus Whitehead

Brian Yancelson February 12, 2020

Photo by Martina AlmeidaBefore coming to Trinity, head coach of Track and Field Marcus Whitehead was team captain at Eastern Washington University and a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association...

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