Washington, DC- The Trinity basketball team won their second straight game last night beating Christendom 74-47. The Tigers took the lead in the third minute and kept it throughout the entire game.
Sophomore Blessing Hayes earned a double-double with 17 points, 10 rebounds, and three steals. Senior Shelby Swann showed her experience posting 12 points, five rebounds, nine steals, and seven assists. Senior Myesha Green tallied 14 points, six rebounds, five steals, and three assists.
The Tigers strong defense forced the Crusaders to turn the ball over 37 times and earned 22 steals. Trinity is now second in the GSAC tallying 17 steals per game.
Trinity will return to action December 1st playing PSU Mont-Alto away. Tip-off is set for 6pm.
Washington, DC- The Trinity basketball team won their first game of the season Saturday afternoon, beating PSU-York 62-42. The Tigers were only up by four at half time, but came out strong second half to pull off the 20 point win.
Sophomore Camileia Collier dominated the game for the Tigers. Collier tallied 18 points, 11 rebounds, three steals, and four assists. Sophomore Blessing Hayes earned 10 points, eight rebounds, five assists, and one steal. Senior captains Shelby Swann and Myesha Green also made an impact for the Tigers. Green posted 15 points, four rebounds, and one steal. Swann earned seven points, eight assists, three steals, and five rebounds.
Trinity outshot and out rebounded PSU-York 37% to 29.2% and 56 to 37 respectively. The Tigers shot 66.7% from the free throw line and 28.6% fro the 3-point.
The Tigers will return to action Wednesday, November 19th at home against Christendom. Tip off is set for 7pm.
Q: Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?
A: Umm…. 10 years from now I will be 31. I would like to have my dream job as a sports broadcaster. Hopefully I will be settled down and married to the perfect husband. I would like to have two kids, a boy and a girl.
Q: Do you have any hidden talents?
A: Hidden talents?? That is a hard question. I am ambidextrous and I can put my leg behind my head. Besides that IDK (laughs out loud).
Q: Who is your biggest influence? Why?
A: I would have to say my mother. My mom is very hard on me. At times I get frustrated, but then I realize that’s her way of showing that she cares and that she believes in me.
Q: What is something you like to do in your leisure time?
A: Hmmmm… I like to do a lot of things, but most of all I love being around children. Sometimes my old boss at will call me and ask me if I can cover a shift or two at the day camp. I love it; sometimes I do it for free. I also like to spend time with my sister. She’s getting to that age where it is possible for her to be influenced by the wrong crowd. I just love to be around her, and to give her sisterly advice.
Q: How long have you been playing sports?
A: ALL OF MY LIFE! I’ve always been active in some shape or form. I started with dance, and then went to cheerleading. After that, I moved on to volleyball and Double Dutch. A few years later I started playing basketball.
Q: What is your favorite part about being a Trinity student athlete?
A: I really love the vibe from the players and the coaches. There is no pressure; I like the fact that I can go out there have fun, and play with my teammates.
Q: What is your favorite midnight snack?
A: I don’t have a favorite midnight snack. My snacking ranges from cookies and chips to fruit.
Q: What is your favorite class here at Trinity?
A: This semester I don’t have a favorite class (LOL). However, the one class I liked the most was my Interpersonal Communications class. Professor Perita Carpenter taught the class.
Q: Who is your favorite super hero?
A: I really like Batman. Not the cartoon, but the movie! OMGHHHHHHH the movie The Dark Night was amazing, full of nonstop action!
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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.