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Tigers Softball

DSC_0009Trinity softball is off to a slow start this season but so is the spring weather. The Tigers are 0-4 for the season so far after facing Cairn University (6-2) and PSU Mont Alto (2-0). With possible weather cancellations March 23rd and March 24th games may be rescheduled until later in the season.

Competition has been tough for the Tigers. All four games have ended by way of mercy rule; therefore, player stats have suffered as well. Most of the players average only 2 at bats during a game while their competitors average 4 at bats. On defensive end the Tigers have a few promising infielders; SS, Amaya Webb, 3B, Ramona Santana and 1B/P, Alyssa King who turn the most plays. There’s also Catcher, Airiona Mann who does well controlling the game from behind the plate.

The Tigers will need to tighten up their game during this extended practice time caused by the weather to compete well during the rest of their season.

Follow Trinity Athletics on Twitter @TrinityDCTigers for game footage, photos, and updates.

Edited: March 22nd, 2018

Alauna Keaton Is 2015-16 NCAA Division III Statistical Champion


Washington, DC- Trinity shortstop  Alauna Keaton is 2015-16 NCAA Division III statistical champion for Triples Per Game.  Keaton, a rising junior from Baltimore, MD earned six triples in the 2015-16 season, averaging .30 per game.  Additionally, Keaton is ranked third in slugging percentage and 16th in triples earning .979 and 6 respectively.

Alauna and the Tigers are excited about the 2016-17 season and plan on earning more NCAA DIII honors!






Edited: July 11th, 2016

Trinity Softball Players Earn D3 Independent Second Team


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Tuesday, May 17, 2016


Kyle Goodhart


Association of Division III Independents Names 2016 All-Independent Softball Teams

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Maranatha Baptist University shortstop Emily Boogher and Nebraska Wesleyan University pitcher Marisa Garver earned top honors on the 2016 All- Independent Softball teams named today by the Association of Division III Independents.

Boogher, a senior from York, Pennsylvania, was named the Player of the Year after leading AD3I in batting average (.448) and on base percentage (.519). The shortstop posted 19 RBI in 24 games with 17 runs scored and ten doubles in 67 at bats.

Garver, a senior from Lincoln, Nebraska, was named the Pitcher of the Year for the second year in a row after she went 14-8 with a 2.25 ERA in 140 innings pitched. Garver tossed 15 complete games and struck out 35 batters on the year, while giving up only 45 earned runs in 2016.

Pine Manor College catcher/pitcher Ashley Huber was named the Rookie of the Year. The freshman batted an impressive .429 on the year (No. 2 in AD3I) with 31 runs scored (No. 2 in AD3I) and an Association-best 30 RBI in 27 games for the Gators. The freshman also led AD3I with nine home runs and earned three wins in the circle.

Nebraska Wesleyan University head coach Mary Yori and University of Maine-Presque Isle head coach Sara Shaw were named AD3I Co-Coaches of the Year. Yori led the Prairie Wolves to a 21-19 mark and an appearance in the GPAC Tournament. Shaw guided the Owls to an Association-best 25-15 record and a spot in the USCAA National Tournament.


First Team

Pitcher – Marisa Garver, Senior, Nebraska Wesleyan University (Lincoln, Neb.)

Pitcher – Sara Packard, Sophomore, University of Maine-Presque Isle (St. Albans, Maine)

First Base – Katie Patenaude, Senior, University of Maine-Presque Isle (Presque Isle, Maine)

First Base – Ashley Whiteshield, Sophomore, Pine Manor College

Second Base – Nicole Vana, Sophomore, Nebraska Wesleyan University, (Omaha, Neb.)

Second Base – Megan Rasmussen, Senior, Maranatha Baptist University (Watertown, Wis.)

Third Base – Dalynn Jacobs, Freshman, University of Maine-Presque Isle (Riverside, R.I.)

Shortstop – Emily Boogher, Senior, Maranatha Baptist University (York, Pa.)

Catcher – Ashley Huber, Freshman, Pine Manor College

Catcher – Madi Francis, Junior, Nebraska Wesleyan University (Lincoln, Neb.)

Outfield – Rachel Kubik, Senior, Nebraska Wesleyan University (Omaha, Neb.)

Outfield – Kassie Knauss, Senior, Nebraska Wesleyan University (Omaha, Neb.)

Outfield – Nicole Marucci, Sophomore, University of Maine-Presque Isle (Naples, Maine.)

Utility – Tina Kolinski, Junior, Maranatha Baptist University (Menomonee Falls, Wis.)

Utility – Maddy Ethen, Sophomore, Nebraska Wesleyan University (Elkhorn, Neb.)


Second Team

Pitcher – Amber Schuman, Freshman, Pine Manor College

Pitcher – Saahirah Brown, Freshman, Trinity Washington University (Springdale, Md.)

First Base – Alyssa King, Freshman, Trinity Washington University (Baltimore, Md.)

Second Base – Hannah Williams, Freshman, University of Maine-Presque Isle (Park Falls, NS)

Second Base – Abla Alodjinou, Junior, Trinity Washington University (Montgomery Village, Md.)

Third Base – Kamiah Watkins, Junior, Trinity Washington University (District Heights, Md.)

Shortstop – Alauna Keaton, Sophomore, Trinity Washington University (Baltimore, Md.)

Catcher – Michelle Craft, Freshman, Trinity Washington University (Laurel, Md.)

Outfield – Amanda Allen, Senior, University of Maine-Presque Isle (Limestone, Maine)

Outfield – Jordi Legassie, Freshman, University of Maine-Presque Isle (Presque Isle, Maine)


The Association of Division III Independents consists of nine Division III independent institutions that have joined together to recognize student-athletes at independent institutions, and to provide exempted postseason championship competition. The Association recognizes outstanding athletic achievements of its student-athletes on a weekly, monthly and annual basis. The Association provides statistical services for its members in seven sports. In addition, it will announce All-Independent teams at the conclusion of eight other sports this year. More information about the Association of Division III Independents is available at www.d3independents.org

Edited: May 23rd, 2016

Softball Earns First Win of the Season

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Washington, DC- The Trinity Washington University softball team earned their first win of the season at Gallaudet versus Sweet Briar on Saturday afternoon. Trinity lost the first game 16-12, but the Tigers came back for a 16-13 victory in game two.

Despite six Tigers registering hits, five players earning RBI’s, and four players earning infield home runs, the Tigers couldn’t pull off the win in game one.

In game two, the Tigers tallied five RBI’s, and six Tigers registered hits. Sophomore Alauna Keaton hit an infield home run in the bottom of the fourth bringing in two runs. Despite being down 11-7 in the bottom of the fifth, the Tigers came alive earning four runs bringing the game to 11-11 tie going into the seventh. Freshman Michelle Craft hit her first home run of the season in the bottom of the seventh to clench the 16-13 win.

 The Tigers return to play on Monday with a doubleheader at Wilson, starting at 3:30pm.

Edited: April 17th, 2016

Trinity Student-Athletes Participate in Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

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Washington, DC-   The student-athletes rose early Sunday morning to participate in the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk.  The Tiger Athletics team raised $500 for the cause.

Many of the student-athletes have been impacted by breast cancer in some way or another.  Freshman Brenda Alonso, from the soccer team stated “it was very inspiring to see so many people from so many different walks of life all joining together for a great cause.”

The Tigers will be hosting two breast cancer awareness games this October.  Volleyball will be dedicating their October 18th game, and soccer their October 24th game.

Edited: October 6th, 2014

Student Athlete of the Week

ablaTrinity sophomore Abla Alodjinou, native of Gaithersburg, MD via Togo Africa, is a Trinity duel athlete (soccer and softball).  Abla is studying Criminal Justice in hopes of becoming a lawyer or to work with the CSI as a detective.


Q: Who is your favorite super hero? Why?

A: Superman! He can fly.  He is cute, and he SAVES THE WORLD!!!

Q: What is you class your favorite class at Trinity?

A: My favorite class is Criminal Justice 101.  I want to be a lawyer, and the topics that we cover in class are so interesting and intriguing.  Everything I learn in this class is fresh and new. It inspires me to try and make a difference by applying it to my everyday life.

Q: Who would you consider a mentor?

A: My friends Izzy, Paige, Kyla, and Keesha have been my mentors. When I first got here these guys took me under their wing and taught me that what you put in is what you get.  PLUS, those guys have made my college experience amazing.

Q: What is your favorite midnight snack?

A: (In a high pitch voice) I LOOOOOOOOOVVVVEE PEANUT M&M’s!

Q: What is your favorite part about being a Trinity student-athlete?

A: I would have to say stepping out on the field, playing my heart out. Knowing team is my family and that they have my back.  The amazing support from the fans is also great.

Q: Who has been the biggest influence in your life?

A: My twin brother Koami.  He is my other half; we pretty much do everything together.  He is the one person I can truly depend on to pick me up when I am down.  He knows me the best!

Q: What is your dream job?

A: My dream job is to be a professional soccer player!  If that doesn’t work out, a detective with CSI or a Lawyer.

Q: What is something you enjoy doing in your leisure-time?

A: I like to study, sleep, party and hang out with my friends.

Edited: September 23rd, 2014

Swann and Perle Receive GSAC Softball Honors


Washington, DC- Junior first baseman Shelby Swann, and freshman pitcher Jade Perle received awards at the Great South Athletic Conference awards banquet Friday night in Atlanta, GA.

Swann was one of seven players to make the all-infielder team. Perle was one of 10 players to make the All-Freshman team.

Softball All-Conference Award Winners Announced

Edited: April 28th, 2014

Softball and Tennis Finish GSAC Championship Play

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.

Edited: April 26th, 2014

Tennis and Softball Head to Great South Athletic Conference Championships

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.

2014 GSAC Tennis Bracket

2014 GSAC Tennis Official Line-ups

For the complete tennis tournament schedule including directions and ticket prices, view the 2014 GSAC Tennis Championships Packet

2014 GSAC Softball Bracket

Softball Warm-Up Procedures

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.

Edited: April 23rd, 2014

Trinity Shut Out by Lancaster Bible in Doubleheader

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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.

Edited: April 22nd, 2014