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the beds, eaten the food, and, in some cases, “You want the program to be successful, not
been instructed by the professors who now simply because it is your job, but because of
instruct the players,” Key says he is in the your personal interest in the program and
uniquely advantageous position of being the University.”
able to relate to the demands and experiences The Tiger assistant coaches are crucial
of the athletes. to the success of the program. They work
Head softball coach Nicole Dickson directly with the players, and assist with
Smith ’00is in her fourth season with the team administration, logistics, and travel.
Tigers. A former standout infielder from As former athletes, they enjoy giving back
1997 to 2000, who earned All-Southern Col- to the programs they benefited from as stu-
legiate Athletic Conference and All-Region dents. Alumni serving in those postions
honors, she has guided the Tigers to an SCAC include: Kelly Altman ’07, men’s soccer;
Championship and to the NCAA playoffs. Ross Burt ’06, men’s basketball; Joseph
“I think there is a greater sense of pride in Macrini ’08, track and field; Zach Fregosi ’08,
coaching at your alma mater,” Smith says. along with volunteers J.C. Bunch ’00and
David Smith ’02, baseball; Craig McCon-
Ryan Takao ’96 | Women’s Tennis
Lance Key ’00 | Women’s Soccer
nell ’07, golf; Brant McAdams ’06, football;
Leta Gatton ’08and Ryan DeSantis ’08,
swimming.
Swelling the alumni presence at the Bell
Center even further are athletics staff members
Sylvia Finch ’98, business manager; Justin
Parker ’99, assistant director of athletics/
sports information; Emily Loeffler ’09,
coordinator of marketing and promotions;
and James Hill ’76, assistant to the director
of athletics and Voice of the Tigers.
James Hill ’76
LADY TIGERS SCORE
FALL SEASON’S HIGHLIGHTS
Trinity’s women’s soccer team, led
by sixth-year head coach Lance Key,
advanced to the NCAA Division III
quarterfinals for the fifth time. Trinity
was edged 4-2 in overtime penalty
kicks by Lynchburg, in a game played
at home. The Tigers, who sported a
perfect regular-season record of
16-0-0, finished the campaign with
an 18-0-1 mark.
For a complete update
on all fall sports, please visit
www.trinitytigers.com
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