The Eagles, who had just 12 players on the women’s soccer roster in 2014 with five set to graduate, announced today that help is on the way. It is only January, but already eight women have signed to play soccer at Trinity.
“This is a big step forward for us,” said Head Women’s Soccer Coach Tim Colvin. “The two transfers and six freshmen are not only great players, but great fits for Trinity and just what we needed to move this program into the future.”
Peiman Pahlevan was named to the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Men’s Soccer Division I All-West Region Team for the 2014 season.
Pahlevan, a senior at Trinity and a native of Danderyd, Sweden, earned the nod after leading the Trinity Soccer team in points per game with 3.20. Continue Reading.
Trinity Lutheran College Swimming kicked off its inaugural season of competition at the Willamette Invite on November, 22 at the Willamette University Natatorium. The meet featured five collegiate teams, including the Eagles and the host Bearcats, with swimmers from Pacific University, College of Idaho and Mills College rounding out the field.
Trinity Lutheran College freshman Anthony Guerrero represented the Eagles at the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Men’s Golf National Championship last weekend at the El Hombre Golf Club in Panama City Beach, Fla.
Trinity Lutheran College Head Cross-Country and Track and Field Coach Matt Koenigs announced a key addition to his staff today. Jordan Huegli joins the Eagles as the Assistant Cross Country and Middle Distance Coach.
The Eagles ended their 2014 men’s soccer campaign with an 8-0 win over NAIA opponent Multnomah University. Trinity did not disappoint the home crowd, one of the largest yet for a home soccer match, completely dominating the visitors from Portland, Ore. The game also served as Senior Night for both the men’s and women’s teams. Seniors from both teams were honored for their tremendous contributions to the soccer programs at Trinity.
Trinity Men’s Soccer recently returned from yet another road trip. This trip saw them heading east of the mountains to take on Walla Walla University (WWU) and Carroll College (Carroll) on October 24 and 25. The Eagles began the three game road swing riding the momentum of a five game winning streak after wins at Skagit Valley College and Edmonds Community College.