TIGE&R Trinity University SAAC April 15, 2015 Trinity's Student Athlete Advisory Committee debuts the "TIGE&R" (Tigers Initiating Great Equality & Respect) campaign video, supporting the nationwide "You Can Play Project" in an effort to promote acceptance and openness towards athletes and students of all gender identities, races, religions, or sexual orientations. Inspired by Hudson Taylor, founder of Athlete Ally, and his campus visit last October, SAAC wanted to personalize a campaign of their own to promote inclusion within Trinity's community. For more information on the "You Can Play Project," click here: http://youcanplayproject.org/. You can also find out more on Hudson Taylor and his organization, Athlete Ally, here: https://www.athleteally.org/.
Tiger Women Finish Third at West Region Invitational April 7, 2015 The Trinity women’s golf team shot a final-round 340 to finish third at the West Region Invitational, held at Berry Creek Country Club on Tuesday. [read more]
Women's Golf Stands Third After First Round at West Region Invitational April 6, 2015 The 16th-ranked Trinity Tigers women’s golf team shot an opening-round 339 Monday and stands in third place at the West Region Invitational at the Berry Creek Country Club. [read more]
Brigette Lee Named SCAC Women's Golfer of the Week March 18, 2015 Junior Brigette Lee has been selected as the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Women's Golfer of the Week, following her performance at the George Fox Westbrook Invitational. [read more]
Tiger Women's Golf Finishes Fifth at George Fox Invitational March 15, 2015 Trinity's women's golf team earned a fifth-place finish at the George Fox Westbrook Invitational on Tuesday. [read more]
Women's Golf Fourth After First Round at George Fox Invitational March 13, 2015 Trinity's women's golf team stands in fourth place after shooting shooting a combined score of 302 in the opening round of the George Fox Westbrook Invitational on Saturday. [read more]
Trinity’s Bell Athletic Center to Undergo Extensive Facelift March 3, 2015 Trinity University has announced that the William H. Bell Athletic Center, the centerpiece of Trinity University’s athletics and recreation programs, will undergo a $14.2 million renovation. The project is scheduled to begin in September 2015 with an anticipated completion date of August 2016. [read more]
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