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Tigers Earn Another Pair of Wins Against Valley Forge Christian College

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IMG_0668Washington, DC- The Trinity softball team put together another pair of wins in Saturday’s doubleheader against Valley Forge Christian College at the Gallaudet Softball Stadium.  The Tigers opened the day with a 9-3 win, and followed it up with a 7-5 win.

For the Tigers, freshman pitcher Jade Perle was outstanding from the mound posting a combined 19 strikeouts.  She also collected a combined two runs, three RBIs, and three stolen bases.

Junior first baseman Shelby Swann also had a great impact on the Tiger’s pair of wins, earning five runs, four stolen bases, and two RBIs.

For the Patriots, Sarah Brugere posted a combined three runs, including a home run, four stolen bases, and two RBIs.

The Tigers return to action at Hood College Monday, March 24, facing Hood College for another doubleheader starting at 3:00pm.

There will be live stats available at http://livestats.prestosports.com/hood/.

Edited: March 22nd, 2014

Volleyball vs Wesleyan 0-3 L

Edited: November 8th, 2013

Volleyball vs College of ND 0-3L

Edited: September 7th, 2013

A Bright Future For The Tigers

 

Edited: September 9th, 2012

Tennis Tryouts!

Interested in tennis? There will be open tryouts Thursday 8/30 and Friday 8/31 at 4:30pm. Don’t forget your racket and shoes!

Date: 8/30, 8/31
Time: 4:30pm
Location: Trinity Center Gym

Edited: August 29th, 2012

WELCOME BACK STUDENT-ATHLETES!

It is that time of year again – the 2012-13 season is upon us! Fall seasons for volleyball and soccer will begin on Monday, August 13. Move-in for residential students will be Sunday, August 12 after 10am. Please make sure you have an updated physical on file prior to the start of practice. ALL ATHLETES MUST HAVE A CURRENT PHYSICAL ON FILE TO BE CLEARED FOR PRACTICE.

SOCCER – First practice: Monday, August 13 6-8pm – Trinity Field

VOLLEYBALL – First practice: Monday August 13 9-11am – Trinity Center

If you have any questions or are interested in more try-out information, please contact Tracy Renken – 202–884-9095 or renkent@trinitydc.edu.

 

 

Edited: July 30th, 2012

Softball and Cross-Country are Coming to Trinity!

For the 2011-2012 school year, Trinity is adding two club sports: Softball and Cross-Country! Cross Country will be offered in the fall. Softball will be offered in the spring.

Cross Country will start in the fall. We will have an interest meeting during orientation and then again when school starts.

Softball will start next spring. There will be an interest meeting at some point this fall with more details.  We have not finalized practices or games yet.

Softball is a team sport similar to baseball. Fast-pitch softball is the most competitive form of softball. It was played at the Olympic summer games in 1996, 2000, 2004, and 2008. Softball pitchers can throw with speeds up to 75 miles per hour.

Cross Country running differs from track competitions, because cross country runners race outside, over natural terrain. Natural terrain can include woodlands and open fields, both flat and hilly trails. It is both a team and individual sport. As David Tiefenthaler notes on his website, “There isn’t any other sport out there where all the competitors and teams line up at the same time to find one winning runner and one winning team.” (http://www.tips4running.com/Cross-Country-Running-Tips.html)

Edited: July 13th, 2011

New Additions….

We are please to announce the addition of two club sports for the 2011-2012 season.  We will be offering cross country in the fall and softball in the spring.  More details coming soon!

Edited: May 17th, 2011

2011 FLAG FOOTBALL GAME

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Edited: May 3rd, 2011

Student-Athletes attend Title IX Announcement

On Tuesday afternoon a group of Trinity student-athletes attended the announcement by Vice President Biden regarding changes to Title IX.  Surrounded by women athletes and Olympians Vice President Biden announced that the Obama administration is rolling back a controversial Title IX compliance requirement enacted under the Bush administration. 

The 2005 policy allowed schools to rely on a survey to prove they were meeting interest in athletic programs for women. If female students failed to respond to the survey, schools were allowed to conclude that women were not interested in additional athletic programs and had no obligation to provide them. The new Education Department policy will require schools to provide stronger evidence that they are complying with Title IX.

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Edited: April 21st, 2010