Trinity had another typically great start to their season with both their soccer teams taking on Puget Sound with the No. 8 women managing a 3-1 win while the men managed to bounce back from their opening loss with a 1-0 win on Sunday at Trinity
After a tight opening Trinity took control and they had their opening goal in the 11th minute as Jennifer White hit a powerful shot from 30 yards out to get things started.
The match evened out before Puget Sound stunned the hosts in the 22nd minute as Annie Johnson was able to find the back of the net for the Loggers.
It was an even battle for much of the rest of the half but Trinity eventually got control back with Emily Jorgens looking dangerous before Shelby Geuenthardt put the Tigers back in front in the 31st minute.
The second half saw Trinity go for it in the early stages but their runs were too often poorly timed which saw their opportunities denied by the offside flag.
After taking charge following the hour mark Trinity had their goal in the 68th minute as Maggie Olivera put away Michelle Lanier's cross to make it 3-1.
From ther Puget Sound really had the bulk of the possession with Trinity content to work on their defense which did well for a 3-1 victory.
For the men it was less convincing as they could only manage a 1-0 victory over the Loggers in the second half of the double header.
It was a physical opening to the match until Trinity firmly took control of the match but their shooting was astray in the first match of the season as they consistently let Puget Sound off the hook.
Despite having 20 shots in the match Trinity weren't able to hit the lead until the dying stages of the match with the goal finally coming in the 80th minute through Victor Araujo who put away Raz Forsten's pass.
While it was a dominant performance from the Tigers their finishing was woeful at times and will need to improve after having already lost one match this year they will need to do better if they are to maintain their high-standing in Division III.