San Antonio - The Tiger athletics program finished off the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference spring season with six championships to earn the President's Trophy (The "Bell"), which is awarded to the league's top overall program during the school year.
Trinity won SCAC Championships in 15 of its 18 total sports, finishing second in the remaining three. The Tigers won men's and women's cross country, football, and men's and women's soccer in the fall. In the winter, Trinity swept each of the four conference titles, winning men's and women's basketball, and men's and women's swimming & diving. Over the past two weekends, Trinity added league championships in men's golf, baseball, men's and women's tennis, and men's and women's track & field.
The 15 SCAC Championships is the most in league history for one school year, breaking Trinity's previous record of 11 in 2004-05. It is also the 13th time in history that Trinity has secured the Bell Trophy, which is also the conference record.
Trinity finished with a total of 420 points in this year's competition, with points being awarded based on each team's finish in the conference standings. The points were an equal 210 among both men's and women's sports for the Tigers this season.
Southwestern University finished in second place with 290 points, followed by Colorado College's 227.5 points in third place. The University of Dallas finished fourth, followed by Austin College and Centenary College in fifth and sixth.