Six Trinity student-athletes were recently honored by the NCCAA. Bryant Maxey, Tulio Melo, and Carlos Magana were named to the NCCAA West Region Men’s All-Region Team. Breann Moren, Jalisa Santiago, and Tia Carillo were named to the NCCAA West Region Women’s All-Region Team.
Colby Smits, Trinity Lutheran’s goalkeeper, was named to the 2015 NCCAA All-Tournament Team after leading the Eagles to the first NCCAA Western Region title in women's soccer program history. Smits, a senior psychology major, finished the season with 84 saves, two shutouts, and a 3.01 goal against average.
After a historic season for the Women’s Soccer program at Trinity Lutheran College the Lady Eagles earned a berth in the National Christian College Athletic Association’s (NCCAA) National Championship Tournament in Kissimmee, Fla. The Eagles found themselves in one of the tournament’s most challenging pools featuring some of the nation’s top colligate soccer programs after punching their ticket with a huge win over Bethesda University in the regional playoff round.
The Trinity Lutheran College cross country teams were in Houghton, New York over the weekend to compete in the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Cross Country Championship. The meet, hosted by Houghton College on their Field of Dreams Cross Country Course featured 50 teams and nearly 400 athletes.
The Trinity Lutheran College women’s soccer made history over the weekend with their 3-1 win over Bethesda University in the NCCAA’s regional playoff game in Redding, Calif. The win marks a monumental milestone for the Trinity soccer program as it earned Trinity a berth in the NCCAA National Championship Tournament in Kissimmee, Fla., at the end of the month.
This weekend, 12 Trinity Lutheran College cross country athletes donned red stripes on their uniforms to honor former teammate, freshman Reece McGowan-Brehm.