Freshman Jamila Williams posted her first career double-double (10 points, 10 rebounds), while freshman Andrea Watkins posted 11 points, with 9 of those points coming from three pointers.
PSU led 13-12 with 11:12 left in the first half; this was the last time they held the lead the entire game. Trinity shot 41.2% vs PSU 26.8% from the field, and posted 51 rebounds to PSU’s 37 rebounds.
Trinity will return to action Friday 12pm at the Gallaudet Holliday Tournament.
Freshmen Andrea Watkins and Blessing Hayes both had outstanding games, as Watkins finished with a team high 19 points, and Hayes recorded a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
The Tigers started the game with intensive energy as they led 34-19 at halftime. Christendom made an attempt to come back late in the second half outscoring Trinity 22-6, but it wasn’t quite enough to close the damage done by the Tigers in the first half.
The Tigers play again Friday, November 22nd at Wilson College.
Washington, DC- Six Trinity Tiger athletes earned 2013 Great South Athletic Conference (GSAC ) honors. All awards were announced at the GSAC Championships this past weekend. This is the first year any Trinity athletes have received GSAC All-Conference awards.
For soccer, Aysa Tucker and Abla Alodjinou were named to the GSAC All-Conference and All-Freshman teams respectfully. Tucker also made the All-Academic team, as did Kyla Goss-Brown. Domonique Meriedy received the Sportsmanship Award.
For a full list of GSAC Women’s Soccer All-Conference winners, please click here.
For a full list of GSAC Women’s Volleyball All-Conference winners, please click here.
Washington, DC- Trinity Tiger soccer and volleyball teams head to the Great South Athletic Conference (GSAC) tournament at Salem College tomorrow November 7th. This is the first year either of the teams has gone to the conference tournament. Tiger Volleyball is the 6th seed, and will play the 3rd seed Wesleyan at 2:00pm Friday November 8th. Tiger soccer is also the 6th seed, and will also play the 3rd seed Wesleyan at 2:30pm. Tournament scores will be updated on a regular basis on this link. GO TIGERS!!
Washington, DC- The Trinity Tigers soccer team fell 3-0 in their last regular season game yesterday against the Washington Adventist Shock. The Shock scored 2 points in the first half, while the Tigers held them to just one goal in the second half. Trinity was outshot 22-5 and 11-2 on goal. Freshman Claudia Merlos, and Senior Domonique Meriedy each had one shot on goal for the Tigers, but the Shock goalkeeper Tasheika Russell made two incredible saves to keep Trinity from scoring.
The Tigers will head to the Great South Atlantic Conference (GSAC) tournament next, November 8th-10th in Salem, NC.
1. Who is your favorite super hero? Why?
Wolverine from Marvel comic X-MEN is my favorite super hero. I feel as if we have something in common (with a grin).
2. What is your favorite class at Trinity?
I really enjoyed my Law Enforcement class the most.
3. Who would you consider to be your mentor?
I would have to say my mother, because whenever I feel like giving up she keeps on pushing me. I can’t wait to reward her by walking across the stage in May (2014).
4. What is your favorite food?
I love my grandmothers famous homemade mash potatoes.
5. What is your favorite part of being a Trinity student-athlete?
I enjoy the rewards that I receive, such as being recognized on campus.
6. What is something you enjoy to do in your leisure time?
I enjoy surfing the web and also making music beats.
7. Can you sing…on tune?
NO! (Friend is sitting beside her nodding her head yes..)
8. Where would you like to see yourself 10 years from now?
I would like to see myself established in my career, living lavish, and having stability in live.
A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Myesha Green is a junior tri-athlete (volleyball, basketball, softball) at Trinity. Myesha is a Communications major with a minor in Women’s Studies; she has plans to use her major to give back and get involved with the community.
1. If you could trade places with anyone who would it be?
I would trade places with my godmother Ms. Terry. My godmother is the Director of the neighborhood recreation center; she has always pushed me to do the best I can, and to succeed. She has been one of the most inspirational forces in my life.
2. What is you favorite class at Trinity?
Professor Sheridan’s Math 102 is my favorite class. Math is one of my favorite subjects, and Mr. Sheridan’s positive energy makes class so interesting and exciting; there is never a dull moment.
3. Do you have any weird “quirks”?
I still sleep with my teddy bears, six of them. My favorite ones’ name is Foggy, he’s green.
4. What is your favorite midnight snack?
S’mores pop tarts! I get them from the campus bookstore and eat them almost every night.
5. What is your favorite part of being a Trinity student-athlete?
It seems like everyone knows my name. It’s great to be recognized for something you enjoy doing.
6. What is something you enjoy doing in your leisure time?
I love to draw and write poetry. I often present my poetry at Speaking It Real or Poetry Night here on campus.
7. Are you a good dancer?
No, ‘Team No Rhythm’. LOL
8. Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?
I see myself in the NAVY. Being in the NAVY has always been a dream of mine.
The first goal of the game came in the 13th minute by VFCC midfielder Stephanie Kriegbaum. Although the Tigers had 7 shots in the first half, they couldn’t put one in the back of the net. However, in the 5th minute of the second half, Ismanuela Denis was taken down in the 18 yard box and Trinity was given a penalty kick. Junior Aysa Tucker took the Penalty Kick for the Tigers and placing it in the far left corner of the net to tie the game 1-1. The remainder of the half and both overtimes were played hard by both teams with the Patriots taking 9 more shots and the Tigers 12 more shots, yet thanks to excellent play by both keepers, no more points were scored.
This game marked the first tie of the season for the Tigers (0-1-6).
Washington, DC- Freshman Soccer player Claudia Merlos was featured in the DC Scores blog. ”DC SCORES builds teams through after school programs for 1,500 low-income DC youth at 47 schools by instilling self-expression, physical fitness, and a sense of community. DC SCORES accomplishes this in an innovative model combining poetry, soccer, and service-learning year-round.” www.americascores.org Claudia is one of the nine freshman on the Tiger soccer team this year that were brought in to build the program.