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No. 16 UMHB women’s basketball falls at No. 3 Trinity, 74-63, after slow start

SAN ANTONIO- For the second straight contest, the UMHB women’s basketball team struggled out of the gate. 

On Saturday, a strong second half made up for the poor first quarter performance. But on Tuesday night, on the road at third-ranked Trinity (TX), no amount of aggressive defense or key second-half shooting could overcome what was at one point in the first-quarter, a 20-point deficit.

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From A Lone Star showdown

True To The Cru managing editor Riley Zayas contributed this recent feature to on the upcoming second round playoff matchup between UMHB and Trinity and the connections between the two opponents. For the second straight year, the Top 10 programs will battle in the postseason. Below is an excerpt of the full-length feature. To read the full article, visit the link below. 

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UMHB men’s soccer downs Trinity, 3-2, in massive comeback victory

BELTON- The last time UMHB men’s soccer took down Trinity in Belton, Ben Allen played 58 minutes in the 1-0 victory. On Friday night, he was on the field once again, this time as the program’s first-year assistant coach. And for the first time in 12 years, the Crusaders came up victorious against the Tigers, known for their consistency in the NCAA Tournament and status as one of the region’s power programs.