Trinity Lutheran Track and Field and Cross-Country announced the addition of nine athletes to the 2015 recruiting class. The initial class is heavily laden with distance runners, but includes one of the area’s top throwers and a top junior college transfer in the sprints and jumps. Continue Reading.
The Eagles are in Rome, Georgia for the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Track & Field Championships held at Shorter University this weekend. The meet, which features 29 men’s and 27 women’s teams and 584 athletes, will see 16 athletes competing from Trinity Lutheran College, which is in just its second-year as a track and field program.
The Eagle Track and Field program is gearing up for a trip to Rome, Georgia next week. The National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Championships take place at Shorter University May 1-2.
To prepare for nationals, the team split the squad and headed east of the mountains the last two weekends. On April 10-11, the Eagles were at WAR VIII hosted by Spokane Falls Community College. Then, last weekend, on April 18, the rest of the team made the trip to Ellensburg for the the Spike Arlt Invitational hosted by Central Washington University (CWU).
On the first day of spring break at Trinity, most of the Eagle Track and Field program was in action at the Club Northwest Spring Break Open held at historic West Seattle Stadium. Meanwhile, the team’s throwers made the trip further south to throw at the University of Puget Sound for the Peyton Scoring Meet.
Trinity Lutheran College Athletic Director Matt Koenigs announced today the hire of Val Patrick, new Men’s and Women’s Golf Coach, to lead the college’s golf program into the future. Patrick comes to Trinity with eight years of experience as an LPGA-certified golf teaching professional. Prior to joining the staff at Trinity, Patrick was General Manager/Head Professional at the Leavenworth Golf Course, where she started in 2013. From 2008 until 2013, Patrick was a teaching professional at Puetz Golf in Seattle.
The Trinity Track and Field team kicked off their 2015 outdoor season on Saturday, March 14 at the PLU Invitational in Parkland, Wash. The meet was the first for the track program after the college’s move to the NAIA.
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.”