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  • Trinity Athletics Cancels Athletic Events for Rest of Spring March 13, 2020
    Trinity Washington University has announced the cancellation of all spring athletic activities beginning Friday afternoon, March 13, 2020. The cancellation of all athletic activities, including practices, and all home and away contests ends the season for Trinity Washington’s softball team and tennis team. This is a very tough decision to make but it is the ...
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  • Trinity Tennis Comes Up Short Against Sweet Briar but Focuses on Positives: Game Recap & Season Preview March 6, 2020
    WASHINGTON D.C.— Trinity Washington University’s tennis team officially swung into their spring 2020 slate today at Sweet Briar College. The Tigers loss the match 0-9, but are looking at the glass half-full with this being the beginning of the season with three new players who are both freshman and new to the sport. “This match ...
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  • Weekly Preview: 2 Days Left Until the Start of Spring Sports at Trinity! March 3, 2020
    WASHINGTON D.C.— On Tuesday, March 3, Trinity Washington University’s tennis and softball teams will take part in media day located in the Trinity Gymnasium. The women will take team and individual photos, and engage in brief interviews about their upcoming seasons. Visit the Trinity’s athletic socials at TrinityDCTigers on Instagram and Twitter for a full ...
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  • A Week of Trinity Spring Sports, NGWD, and More in Review February 11, 2020
    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 and ...
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  • This Week in Trinity Athletics: Trinity Basketball Pays Tribute to Crash Victims and More…. February 3, 2020
    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, ...
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