Slind has over 20 years of soccer experience on multiple levels, from playing in the Washington Olympic Development Program as a youth, to owning and working with various soccer academies, to traveling internationally to compete semi-professionally.
Slind earned his B.A. from The Master’s College in Newhall, Calif., where he and his team qualified for the national tournament three times and he earned an NCCAA Championship Ring and multiple awards, including All-District, All-Regional, and Umbro All-American honors. Slind coached at Whitworth University, under the now Oregon State men’s coach Steve Simmons, and also coached at the high school level at Lewis and Clark High School in Spokane. Click here to read full biography.
Head Women’s Soccer Coach
Tim Colvin is a Pacific Northwest native who has been involved with the game of soccer for over 40 years. Before coaching at Trinity, Colvin coached soccer at Everett Community College, where he was voted NWAACC coach of the year in 2007.
Colvin has also coached several high school programs in the area, including Liberty Bell High School, Lynnwood High School, Seattle Academy, Inglemoor High School and Lake Washington High School. Colvin currently serves as Athletic Director at Seattle Academy, where he also teaches fine arts.