The Eagles have been on the road a lot of the course of the last two weeks.
The Eagles hit the road on Thursday, September 25 headed for Montana to play three games in three days against some of the Frontier Conference’s best teams.
The Eagle Cross-Country programs hit the road for the 40th Charles Bowles Invitational on Saturday, October 4. The meet is hosted every year in Salem, Ore. by Willamette University at Bush Park. This year, thirty collegiate teams participated in what has been the largest college cross-country meet in the Northwest for many years.
Trinity golfers were in Medford, Ore. over the weekend to compete at the Border War golf tournament hosted by Oregon Tech at the Centennial Golf Club. The two day, 36-hole tournament was contested by ten collegiate teams and served as the NCCAA Western Region qualifier for the NCCAA National Golf Championships to be hosted October 27-29 by the Edgewater Beach Resort at the Hombre Golf Club in Panama City Beach, Fla.
The Trinity cross-country team was in Lacey over the weekend competing at the Saint Martin’s Invitational. Five teams contested the 8-kilometer (men’s) and 5-kilometer (women’s) races.
The Trinity Lutheran Women’s Soccer Team earned their first win, on a rainy afternoon beating the crosstown Everett Community College Trojans (EVCC) 1-0 at Everett’s Kasch Park on Sept. 23. Courtney Brown scored the games only goal in the 42nd minute off a through ball from Alex Chick. Trinity’s goalie Colby Smits had another strong performance in net, earning her first win and first shutout of the year.
The Trinity women’s soccer team collided with two tough NAIA opponents over the weekend in back to back games against Warner Pacific University (Warner) on Saturday, September 13 and against Eastern Oregon University (EOU) on Sunday, September 14. Both teams compete as members of the NAIA’s Cascade College Conference.
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.