What’s in a hat? Trinity head coach wears 11-year old Giants cap for luck
While the team's culture is a big reason for their success, Trinity head coach Cameron Hill has leaned into a superstition for a little extra help, as he continues to wear an 11-year old Giants hat that was gifted to him when he arrived on campus.
BEST OF 2022: Uvalde football, Manu Ginobili, San Antonio FC headline San Antonio’s Top 12 sports stories of the year
Uvalde football's incredible rally, Manu Ginobili's induction into the Hall of Fame and San Antonio FC's historic first title are three of the top 12 sports stories from an unforgettable 2022.
Nevil Shed headlines local contingent of coaches leading Spurs summer basketball camp
NCAA champion Nevil Shed has been working Spurs summer camps for the last 36 years, and he's still as excited as ever to coach up kids from all parts of the globe alongside fellow coaches and athletes from the San Antonio area.
Trinity University dining hall staff members stay overnight to serve food to around 1,100 students
SAN ANTONIO – Trinity University dining hall staffers chose to stay overnight and continue to feed students on campus as a historic winter storm swept the area. Tess Coody-Anders, Trinity’s vice president for strategic communications and marketing, said 14 Aramark dining services team members volunteered to stay on campus. “For their own safety, but also because despite our campus being shut down, we have residents who live on campus and depend on Mabee dining hall for dining services,” Coody-Anders said. According to Coody-Anders, about half of the 14 crew members stayed overnight on Sunday in available on-campus dorms while the other half decided to set up camp in Mabee Dining Hall. “And we really could not appreciate their going the extra mile more.”To ensure COVID-19 saftey protocols for dining students and overnight staffers, Coody-Anders said officials had created “different rooms and partitions” within the dining hall to create safer dining spaces.
Video: Steve Spriester, Trinity professor answer your questions about US-Iran conflict
Video: Steve Spriester, Trinity professor answer your questions about US-Iran conflictPublished: January 17, 2020, 3:36 pmTrinity Univ. professor Sussan Siavoshi sits down with KSAT anchor Steve Spriester to answer questions about the ongoing conflict between the U.S. and Iran.
Ex-boyfriend testifies about love triangle involving slain Trinity cheerleader
Ex-boyfriend testifies about love triangle involving slain Trinity cheerleaderPublished: December 6, 2019, 6:51 pmJeff Birchum testified Friday in the trial of Mark Howerton, 24, who is facing murder, sexual assault and kidnapping charges.