Trinity Student-Athletes Make SCAC Spring All-Sportsmanship Teams

Trinity Student-Athletes Make SCAC Spring All-Sportsmanship Teams

San Antonio- Eight Trinity student-athletes have been tabbed for the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Spring All-Sportsmanship Teams.

The SCAC places a special emphasis on sportsmanship each year, and the coaches of the respective sports were asked to nominate a player who exhibits good sportsmanship throughout the season.

Senior Dylan McGee represented the Tiger baseball team. McGee was named SCAC Pitcher of the Week in April after claiming a 19-0 seven-inning run-rule victory over Austin (TX) College. He hurled his first career no-hitter and recorded 11 strikeouts along the way.

Men’s golfer Redmond Lyons made the All-Sportsmanship Team for the second consecutive year. The Tiger senior also qualified for the All-SCAC First Team for the third straight time and tied for third place at the SCAC Championship in April.

Junior Shelby DeVore was a standout on Trinity’s SCAC champion women’s golf team. DeVore tied for third place as well at the SCAC event,and earned all-conference First Team accolades for the second time.

Sophomore Devon Potter was selected from Trinity softball for the All-Sportsmanship Team. The shortstop batted .258 in the season and crossed the plate 12 times for the Tigers.

Wilson Lambeth represented men’s tennis. The Tiger sophomore advanced to the NCAA Division III Doubles quarterfinals with Matt Tyer. Lambeth was also named the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) National Player to Watch and made the All-SCAC Team.

First-year Zoe Kaffen was an All-SCAC honoree in women’s tennis. Kaffen was a key member of the Tiger squad which captured the SCAC Championship and advanced to the NCAA second round.

Sophomore Brian Wongchotigul earned men’s track & field All-SCAC kudos in the 10,000 meters and 5,000 meters. Wongchotigul placed second in the SCAC 10k and third in the 5k.

Senior Katie Groke helped spark the Tiger women to the SCAC Championship. Groke emerged as the champion of the 400 meters and was part of the winning 4x100-meter relay team. She also made the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) South/Southeast Region Team.