Director of Athletics Rick
Hazleton (center) presented varsity letterman sweaters to Miller
Brown (l) and Borden Painter (r) in recognition of their years
of service to the Trinity athletic community.
The First-Year Colloquium, Out of Uniform:
College Sports and Educational Values, compiled data provided by the
Athletic Department and information collected from over 300
student-athlete survey responses.
The following was taken from the results of
9 senior athletes graduated with Phi Beta
Kappa honors in 2004.
1 out of every 6 Trinity student-athletes
had a semester GPA of 3.3667 or higher.
The average cumulative GPA for all female
athletes at Trinity was 3.1.
Of the male athletes who responded to the
survey, the average SAT score was 1300 or above.
62 athletes received Faculty Honors last
fall, with a minimum 3.667 GPA.
9 student-athletes also dedicated
themselves to being First-Year Academic Mentors.
Athletes surveyed cite academics above
athletics as the driving force behind their attending Trinity.
5 out of every 6 athletes surveyed is
involved in an extracurricular activity in addition to their varsity
Of the 25 first-year students earning the
distinction of Deans’ Scholars, 6 were athletes in the fall.
103 non-first-year athletes have a minimum
3.35 GPA and were to receive New England Small College Athletic
Conference All-Academic honors.
The Salutatorian and Optima for the Class
of 2004, was a three-sport female athlete.
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