Washington, DC- Trinity volleyball opened the season up with a tri-match at Valley Forge Christian College Friday evening. Team team had a 3-0 (18-25; 12-25; 12-25) loss to VFCC and a 3-0 loss (13/25; 16/25; 12/25) against Central Penn.
Freshman Sarai Burnett led the team with a total 12 kills, 12 digs, and two aces. Senior Shelby Swann earned a total 23 digs as libero. Senior Brittany Wilkerson posted 22 assists, eight digs, and one ace. The Tigers posted 17 errors in the pair of matches.
The Tigers will play at home September 3rd. The team will take on Christendom College at 7:30pm.
Washington, DC- The Trinity University women’s soccer team suffered a 2-1 loss at the hands of Gallaudet University on Friday, Aug. 29th in Washington, DC.
Despite only getting off two shots, Trinity managed to slip one by Gallaudet keeper Jennifer Livengood. Senior Asya Tucker scored the only goal for the Tigers. Tucker ripped the shot to the upper left corner from 30 yards out. Sophomore keeper Eboni Hibbert earned five saves for the Tigers.
The Bison posted 13 corner kicks and 7 shots on goal. Megan Calik tallied 3 shots on goal, putting one in the back of the net. Sofia Lindevall had two shots on goal and earned 2 assists.
The Tigers return to action Tuesday, September 2nd against Washington Adventist University, scheduled to kickoff at 6:00pm.
Swann was one of seven players to make the all-infielder team. Perle was one of 10 players to make the All-Freshman team.
Washington, DC- Ashley Archibald, Shari King, and Yashoda Premysler received awards Friday night at the Great South Athletic Conference awards banquet in Atlanta, GA.
Premysler was one of six GSAC tennis players to make the All-Freshman Team. Yashoda played as number one in singles and doubles this year for the Tigers.
King and Archibald were two of 25 GSAC tennis players to make the All-Academic team. To make the All-Academic team, the player must be in their sophomore year or above and have a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or above.
Washington, DC- The Trinity tennis and softball teams went down to Atlanta, Georgia this weekend for the GSAC Championships.
The Tiger tennis team lost their first match against Salem College 5-1. In their second match they faced Wesleylan College and lost 5-2.
The Trinity softball team seeded sixth, played number three seed Finalandia first and lost 8-0 in five innings. Game two, the Tigers defeated Rust College 16-0 in five innings and in game three lost to Wesleyan College 9-0 (F/5).
This tournament concludes both the tennis and softball seasons.
Story from the Great South Athletic Conference Office.
ATLANTA, Ga. – Agnes Scott College is set to host the 2014 Great South Athletic Conference Tennis & Softball Championships this Friday through Sunday, April 25 – 27.
Both Championships will take place on the campus of Georgia Tech and get underway on Friday.
For the complete tennis tournament schedule including directions and ticket prices, view the 2014 GSAC Tennis Championships Packet
For the complete softball tournament schedule with detailed event information, view 2014 GSAC Softball Championships Packet
Check back to greatsouth.org throughout the weekend for all the Championship results and awards announcements.
Washington, DC- Yesterday afternoon, the Trinity softball team was shut out in a pair of games against Lancaster Bible College. Trinity lost 7-0 (F/5) in the first game and 8-0 in the second game.
Trinity (6-14) suffered consecutive shut out losses for the second time this season. Lancaster Bible College improved to 9-19 on the season.
This doubleheader concludes regular season action for the Tigers. The team will depart for the GSAC conference championships in Atlanta, GA this Thursday morning.
Washington, DC- Trinity University softball players Jade Perle and Bi’Anncha Andrews are both ranked in the Great South Athletic Conference statistics.
Freshman pitcher Jade Perle is ranked number one in strikeouts with 119, number four in wins with six, and also number five in steals with 12. Perle has pitched all but one inning for the Tigers this year.
Sophomore utility player and team captain Bi’Anncha Andrews is ranked number two in stolen bases with 14. Andrews has started and played in every game this softball season.
In game one, the Tigers tallied five hits, two RBIs, and had one stolen base. Pitcher Jade Perle also added seven strikeouts.
In game two, although Trinity had six stolen bases and Perle earned an incredible nine strikeouts, the Tigers couldn’t solidify the win. Trinity also earned five hits and four RBIs.
The Highlanders earned a combined 20 hits, including one home run, and six stolen bases for the doubleheader. Cairn pitcher Hendrickson posted 17 strikeouts.
Trinity University softball will return to action for their last in season doubleheader Monday, April 21st, versus Lancaster Bible at Fletcher’s Field in Riverdale Park, MD.