Trinity Lutheran College is delighted to announce that the school’s application for membership to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) was approved at the NAIA Annual Convention on Sunday, April 13. Continue Reading.
The Trinity Lutheran College Men's Soccer team took the field for their second spring scrimmage on Sunday, April 6 against the Vikings of Western Washington University (WWU). The scrimmage was held at Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, Wash. and ended in a 0-3 advantage that favored the host WWU Vikings.
The Trinity Lutheran College Track and Field Teams visited the University of Puget Sound campus on Saturday, April 5, for the UPS JD Shotwell Invitational. The Eagles turned in some outstanding individual performances highlighted by three new NCCAA Qualifying marks.
Emmanuel Contreras, a junior from Yakima’s A.C. Davis High School, posted an NCCAA qualifying time of 1:54.53 in the men's 800-meter. The time ranks him #5 in the NCCAA this spring.
Trinity Lutheran College’s Track and Field program had a busy weekend last weekend, with athletes competing at three different meets.
While most of the team competed at historic West Seattle Stadium in the Club Northwest Spring Break Open, Trinity’s throwers traveled to Texas to compete at Texas State University’s Bobcat Invitational and at the Victor Lopez Classic hosted by Rice University.
The 2014-15 women’s soccer team is well underway with spring training sessions. Athletes have hit the field in preparation for the coming season and things look fantastic. A mix of on field sessions along with inside training with the skilled staff at Engineered 2 Win will help to ensure that this coming season will begin with a bang.
With the college on Spring Break, three track and field athletes were in action over the weekend. The trio consisted of throwers Janell Alyea and Hunter Hammer along with hurdler McKenna Woodworth. They competed at the Lewis & Clark Spring Break Open in Portland, Ore., and at the Oregon Preview at historic Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.
The National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) announced last week that Janell Alyea has been recognized as the week’s NCCAA Women’s Field Athlete of the Week. The award was given for Alyea’s performance in the 2kg Discus at the Hub City Open on Saturday, March 15. At that meet, Alyea won the Discus with a PR of 44.18m / 144’11” – that throw has her ranked #1 in the Nation among NCCAA athletes.