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Davia Cain Records Fifth Double-Double; Tigers hold Crusaders under 50 in Loss.

WASHINGTON DC— On February 18, 2020 Trinity Washington University’s basketball team loss, 24-45 to Christendom College.  With almost every player recording at least one defensive rebound, the Tigers were able to hold the Crusaders to 45 points; which marks only the second time they’ve been able to do so this season. Davia Cain recorded her...

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A Week of Trinity Spring Sports, NGWD, and More in Review

WASHINGTON DC—61 degrees and a sun that was surprisingly not deceiving in the dead of DC’s winter was granted to our spring-student athletes who were perhaps wishing upon a star the night before, because Monday, February 3rd marked the official kickoff of spring sports at Trinity Washington University. The Tigers are ready. While both softball...

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Feb
06
2020

Davia Cain’s Career High of 18 Points Not Enough to Overtake Washington Adventist

WASHINGTON, DC— Trinity Washington University’s basketball was not able to secure the victory against Washington Adventist University, a NAIA DII, at home on Wednesday night. The Tigers allowed the Shock to shoot 43% from the floor, ten percent higher than their average of 35% from the field. Davia Cain recorded a career high performance of...

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Feb
05
2020

Nutrition and Health Seminar Keeps Trinity’s Student Athletes Informed

WASHINGTON DC— “Here’s a quote that may be cliche, but it’s important: By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail: By Benjamin Franklin,” said Chris Hays as he concluded his “Nutrition& Fitness 101” presentation to the women of Trinity Washington University. On February 4th, Trinity Athletics presented the student body with a nutrition and...

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Feb
03
2020

This Week in Trinity Athletics: Trinity Basketball Pays Tribute to Crash Victims and More….

WASHINGTON DC—  During halftime of Trinity Washington University’s home basketball contest against Medgar Evers last week, the world suffered a loss that has left many still in disbelief: The news broke that nine people were found dead in a helicopter crash in Los Angeles County, California. Among the victims was retired Los Angeles Lakers player,...

By admin | Basketball . News post . Softball . Tennis
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Jan
15
2020

Donald’s 21 points Earns a Spot on Tigers Record Board in Fall to PSU Mont Alto

WASHINGTON DC—  Mazia Donald  scored a career high of 21 points against the Nittany Lions, ranking her number seven for most points scored in a single game in Tiger history! The Tigers were still not able to come out with the victory, 36-75. “I ran in the paint more. I shot more,” said the focused freshman,...

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Dec
09
2019

SAAC Gives Back to the Homeless

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Trinity Washington University’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee, SAAC, donated over two boxes of fall clothing to the DC Coalition for the Homeless on December 6th, 2019. SAAC’s initiative for the month of November was “giving.” With over 6,500 people counted as homeless in the District, the student-athlete representatives homed in on their mission by...

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Dec
03
2019

Tigers Fall to Crusaders in OT of Highest Scoring Game of the Season, 53-57

WASHINGTON D.C.—Trinity Washington University’s basketball team traveled to the small town of Front Royal, Va to take on the Christendom Crusaders on December 2nd. The windy roads and sharp turns encountered on the way to the small college were but a small indicator of the nail-biting game  played that night, where the Tigers fell to...

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Nov
15
2019

Changing the Culture: Trinity Hires Head Basketball Coach, Isaiah Johnson

WASHINGTON D.C—The last few weeks for Trinity basketball have been a whirlwind but there was a new feel to the Tiger’s basketball practice Tuesday evening. It marked their first practice under new head coach: Isaiah Johnson. In just a few practices with Johnson as the head coach, everyone could feel the shift in the Trinity...

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The Tigers Record First Win of the Season Against Central Penn.

On October 17th, the Tigers defeated Central Penn 5-1, and both teams supported to fight against breast cancer in their pink jerseys. Here’s a look inside the numbers: The Tigers started early, with freshman, Maribel Ramirez scoring the first goal within five minutes of the first half. Central Penn tried to respond right away, but...

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