The Trinity Lutheran College Athletic Department is pleased to announce the launch of a soccer academy for summer 2014.
Headed by women’s soccer coach Tim Colvin and newly hired men’s coach Harlan Slind, the Trinity Lutheran College Soccer Academy offers summer programs for young athletes looking to improve their prowess in the sport. Camps will focus on helping local athletes of all ability levels become better players and better people.
Trinity Athletic Director Matt Koenigs has announced the hire of Erin Edmondson as head coach of the college’s men’s and women’s swimming program. The swimming program itself was announced earlier in January, and swimmers will begin competing during the 2014-2015 school year.
Edmondson comes to Trinity with an extensive background as an area coach and aquatic director. Her background includes 21 years of coaching at Lake Stevens High School, regularly producing state caliber and collegiate level swimmers.
Trinity Lutheran College announced today that it has hired Harlan Slind to lead its men’s soccer program as head coach.
Slind has over 20 years of soccer experience on multiple levels, from playing in the Washington Olympic Development Program as a youth, to owning and working with various soccer academies, to traveling internationally to compete semi-professionally.
On November 16, sophomores Johnny Bywater and Cameron Siler competed in the 2013 NCCAA Cross-Country Championships in Cedarville, Ohio. Both Siler and Bywater placed among the top 100 in the nation; Bywater at 52nd with a mark of 27:06.19 and Siler at 86th with a mark of 27:45.19 for the 8 kilometer grass course.
Trinity Lutheran College is pleased to announce the launch of two new athletic programs at the college, Swimming and Tennis. The college will offer the first NCCAA swimming and tennis programs in the Pacific Northwest.
The Trinity Lutheran College Men’s and Women’s Cross-Country Teams concluded their regular seasons Saturday at Seattle University’s Emerald City Open.
This season has been a historic one for Eagle Distance Running, as it is the first time that both the Men’s and the Women’s teams have had large enough rosters to post official team scores. Continue Reading.
The Trinity Women’s soccer team stuns Rocky Mountain College (ranked 24th in the NAIA national pre-season polls) for the second time in the 2013 Season with a late-game goal by Sophomore Terrika Weaver on an assist by Senior Kayla Kliphardt. Freshman Goalkeeper Carley Moberg notches the shutout. This game caps off a very long road trip that saw a tough loss to Carroll College and a disappointing later overtime loss verses University of Great Falls 1-0. Trinity is the only school in the region to hand two losses to the Battlin’ Bears this season, establishing themselves as a program to be watched in the coming year. A big thanks goes out to all of this year’s seniors who have completed their final games at Trinity.