Head Track and Field and Cross-Country Coach Matt Koenigs announced the addition of 16 more student-athletes to the 2014 recruiting class, bringing the total for the incoming class to 29.
The Trinity Lutheran College Cross-Country program announced its 2014 schedule today. The Eagles, who are in their inaugural year as an NAIA institution, and in just their fourth year competing in Cross-Country, will compete in an invite schedule that will pit them against primarily NCAA Division 1, 2 and 3 opponents. Continue Reading.
Trinity Lutheran College head coach Harlan Slind announced five signings for the 2014 men’s soccer season. Four of the handful are community college transfers who will add further depth to an already experienced roster.
Trinity’s Track and Field Team has signed six more athletes to the 2014 recruiting class, bringing the total to 13. The new signings include Jacob Kraus, Jeremiah Baker, Michael Mahler, Pablo Chavola, Andrew Vincent and Isaiah Marshal.
Trinity’s Track and Field team concluded its inaugural season of competition last weekend at the NCCAA National Championships hosted by Shorter University in Rome, Georgia. Of the 29 teams competing, only one other was a first-year program like Trinity’s.
The Eagles finished 12th in the women’s and 14th in the men’s team standings.
The team returns to Everett with a National Champion, three All-American honors and a host of season best and personal record performances.
The first day of the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) National Track and Field Championship is in the books and Trinity Lutheran College, in just its first year of competition, has a National Champion.
Janell Alyea won the women’s discus with a throw of 46.70m/153'2.5". A junior, out of Cascade High School and a transfer from Everett Community College, Alyea earned her fourth All-American honor having previously earned three All-American honors at the Junior College level. Alyea, an NWAACC Champion in the Discus for Everett Community College, was understandably pleased with the result.
The Trinity Lutheran College Track and Field Teams are in Rome, Ga., this week to compete at the National Christian College Athletic Association’s (NCCAA) National Track and Field Championship hosted by Shorter University from May 1-3 at Barron Stadium.