Monday, September 21

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Club Rush Debuted Three New Clubs

By Princess Jones Three new clubs are available to Trevecca students this year. Ultimate Frisbee, Debate Club and Board Game Club were created this year by students who are interested in offering more ways to be involved. The clubs debuted at the annual Club Rush event in September. They were among a total of 13 clubs promoting themselves to incoming freshman and transfers students. (more…)
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Trojans Volleyball rolls to sixth consecutive win downs Cedarville in three sets

By Andrew Preston The Trojans 11-6 (4-0) won in three sets against Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) opponent Cedarville 11-4 (1-1) Saturday afternoon in the Trojan Fieldhouse. The Trojans recognized Dr. Mendez, assistant professor of biology at Trevecca, as the honorary coach for the game. The Trojans rattled five straight points off their serve to begin the game feeding of an electric home crowd. The Trojans sustained their early lead throughout the entire set as the Yellow Jackets never got back within two points. The Trojans won the set 25-17. (more…)
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Trojans Volleyball gets fifth straight win, face Cedarville tomorrow

By Andrew Preston The Lady Trojans 10-6 (3-0) won in four sets against Ohio Valley University 4-14 (0-1) Friday night at the Trojan Fieldhouse in front of a crowd of 307 people. The Lady Trojans recognized Trevecca biology professor Dr. Reed as tonight’s honorary coach. Dr. Reed was welcomed by running through the lady’s tunnel before the game and also awarded the first serve of the match. He elected to serve underhand, and his shot was called in. The Lady Trojans took the first set 25-19. A timeout with the Lady Trojans up 19-15 appeared to be the turning point in the set. (more…)
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Mclendon finishes 4th, Moroney 5th, as Trojans successfully host first ever Cross Country meet.

By Andrew Preston The Trevecca Cross Country teams hosted their first ever meet at Percy Warner Park in Nashville on Saturday. The women's team finished with an overall score of 90, which placed them 4th best. The men's team totaled a final score of 111, good for 5th place. The weather for the teams first ever home meet played a factor in the competition. The threat of heat caused the men’s race to be moved up to 9:00 a.m. instead of the intended 10:10 a.m. start time. The women’s race began at 9:50 a.m. much closer to the scheduled start time of 9:45 a.m. (more…)
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Trojans fall to Battlers 3-2, face Davis & Elkins Saturday

By Andrew Preston The Trojans 2-4-1 (1-2-1) lost to Alderson Broaddus University 2-2 (2-3-2) by a score of thr ee to two Thursday night at the Trojan Soccer Complex. The first goal of the match came from a corner kick that was headed in by Ryan Hogan at 9:02 in the first half. Baylor McKay was credited with the assist. The rest of the half belonged to Alderson Broaddus as the Battlers scored twice in less than five minutes. At 21:08 Shavon John-Brown scored the equalizing goal for the Battlers, he was assisted by Luis Velasco. Fernando Franco gave the Battlers the lead for the rest of the half as he found the net behind Trojan goal keeper Tyler Delgado at 26:04. Franco was assisted by John-Brown. (more…)
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Lady Trojans shutout Battlers 3-0, next match Saturday

By Andrew Preston The Lady Trojans 4-3 (2-2) beat Alderson Broaddus University 1-4-1 (1-3-1) by a score of three to zero Thursday night in front of a crowd of 240 at the Trojan Soccer Complex. The first half was marked with two Lady Trojan goals. Mid-fielder Hannah Barney got the purple and white on the scoreboard first by burying a shot from inside the box at 16:40. Barney’s goal was assisted by defenseman Sophie Callis. From there on, the game belonged to the Lady Trojans. The next goal came from mid-fielder Chelsey Russom at 23:22, however the result was created by Isabella Oviedo. Oviedo assisted on the second Lady Trojans goal after she fell down and lost the ball. The Battlers conceded possession of the ball to Oviedo as she tracked it down, made a couple passes to hersel...
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New Worship Service to Start

By Brooklyn Dance A brand new, student-led worship service kicks off tonight.    SOMA, a completely student lead worship service, starts at 9 p.m. in TSAC.    Jacob Bell, a junior religion major and student body chaplain, has had the idea of a worship-based gathering since the fall semester of 2015.     “There is a lot going on in our city, state and country, and we want to be a part of what the Lord is doing,” Bell said.   (more…)
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Spiritual Deepening Week Starts Today

by Brooklyn Dance   Spiritual deepening week kicks off today in chapel.   Jacob Edwards, lead pastor of New Beginnings Church in Lee’s Summit, Mo. will be the guest speaker this week.  His theme for the week is “Bodies of Hope: resurrection in bodies broken, rejected and dead.”   He will be preaching out of the Gospel narratives; the stories of the life of Jesus and what we see of bodies of hope in those Gospel stories, Songer Gaines said. (more…)
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Best Buddies Starts Back

By Anali Frias Trevecca’s Best Buddies club is heading into its’ eighth year, led by senior special education major Morgan McCranie. There will be two informational meetings Monday, Sept. 19t at 12:30 p.m. and Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 1:30 p.m., both in the CLCS fireside room. Members are a part of The Best Buddies’ Citizens Program, which matches an adult with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in a one-to-one friendship with a peer without a disability. This buddy pair develops a friendship like any other and promotes a more inclusive world for adults with and without disabilities. Best Buddies’ mission is “To change lives by building one-to-one friendships between people with disabilities and those without.” (more…)