Trinity (D.C.) Tigers

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 12-8 - Conference: 0-0
11/15 at Washington Adventist Final L, 59-42
11/19 vs. Penn State-York Final W, 63-54 BX
11/21 vs. Christendom Final W, 57-42
11/30 vs. Wilson Final W, 65-40 BX
12/3 vs. Gallaudet Final W, 67-53 BX RC
1/5 at Penn State-Abington Final W, 53-51 BX
1/11 at Notre Dame (Md.) Final W, 66-65
1/13 vs. Hood Final L, 80-59 BX RC
1/18 at Wilson Final W, 59-53 BX
1/20 vs. Valley Forge Christian Final W, 61-52
1/23 at Salisbury Final L, 59-35 RC BX
1/28 vs. Young Harris Final L, 69-38 BX
1/30 at Christendom Final W, 71-56
2/1 at Penn State-York Final W, 83-45
2/4 vs. Cairn Final W, 57-47
2/6 at Rosemont Final L, 62-49 BX RC
2/8 vs. Lancaster Bible Final L, 61-54 BX
2/11 vs. Stevenson 2:00 PM A
2/15 vs. Southern Va. Final L, 70-57 BX
2/17 at Valley Forge Christian Final L, 59-49
2/23 vs. Washington Adventist Final W, 59-51

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 12-8 - Conference: 0-0

(* Conference; • Region)
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2011-12

St. Joseph's (Bklyn.) 5-0 13-14
Trinity (D.C.) 0-0 12-8
UC Santa Cruz 0-0 12-13
North Central (Minn.) 0-0 10-15
Rust 0-0 9-14
Mount Mary 0-0 8-13
Maine-Presque Isle 0-0 9-15
Berry 0-0 8-14
Finlandia 0-0 5-20
Nebraska Wesleyan 2-18 5-20
New Rochelle 2-3 8-17
Yeshiva 1-4 4-14

Past Records

2017-18 (5-14, 0-0 IND)
2016-17 (5-14, 0-0 IND)
2015-16 (11-8, 0-0 GSAC)
2014-15 (11-5, 0-0 GSAC)
2013-14 (9-10, 0-0 GSAC)
2012-13 (6-13, 0-0 IND)
2011-12 (12-8, 0-0 IND)
2010-11 (9-8, 0-0 IND)
2009-10 (6-9, 0-0 IND)
2008-09 (2-19, 0-0 IND)
2007-08 (5-22, 0-0 IND)
2006-07 (11-13, 6-4 AWCC)

Team Info

Coach: Tracy Renken
Conference: IND

Trinity (D.C.)

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 746
Location: Washington, D.C.
Colors: Purple, Gold
Region: Atlantic
Arena: Trinity Center for Women and Girls (2000)
Official Website: | Women
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News Releases

January 20, 2013 Finlandia joins Great South One of the northernmost schools in Division III is joining the Great South for women's sports as the GSAC tries to hang onto its automatic bids.