Trinity Lutheran College is all set to begin its inaugural year of men’s and women’s swimming. The first class of recruits arrived on campus last month and while Head Coach Erin Edmondson’s first year roster will be small, she expects big things from her program. Continue Reading.
The Men’s Soccer program had a busy week with three games in five days. On Tuesday, Sept. 9, the Eagles played host to Northwest Christian University (NCU), an NAIA program who made the trip up from Eugene for the non-conference match. On Friday, Sept. 12, and Saturday, Sept. 13, the Eagles traveled to Tacoma to test their mettle against NCAA D3 opponents Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) and the University of Puget Sound (UPS). In those three games, the Eagles were a combined 0-2-1, but played strong team soccer that showed promise for the future despite the record.
The Trinity Cross-Country teams were in action over the weekend at the Central Washington University Invite. Hosted at Ellensburg Rotary Park, the women’s 4-kilometer and men’s 6-kilometer competitions featured seven local college programs including Western Washington University (WWU), Central Washington University (CWU), Pacific Lutheran University (PLU), Green River Community College, Highline Community College and Treasure Valley Community College.
The Eagle Men bounced back on Sunday against Walla Walla University to even their season record at 1-1. Playing in front of a home crowd at Everett Memorial Stadium, the Eagles pulled out the narrow 1-0 victory.
On a rainy and blustery tempest of an evening, the Trinity men’s soccer team prepared to open their 2014 season with a non-conference game against the NCAA’s Linfield College Wildcats at Frank Goddard Stadium at Mariner High School in Mukilteo. The Wildcats came into the contest with a 0-1 record after a 4-0 loss to the Portland University Pilots.
The Eagles kicked off their 2014 Cross-Country season on Saturday, August 30 at the University of Puget Sound Invitational at Fort Steilacoom Park in Lakewood, Wash.
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.