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Alumni Enjoy a Return to Campus

Sunny weather welcomed Trinity alumni and their families who returned to campus on Saturday, October 18 for an action-packed day of competition, food, and fellowship.

“This is an event that players, both current and past, look forward to every year,” said baseball coach Jason Huisman.

The festivities kicked off in the morning with the alumni baseball game matching up current players with alums and providing a chance to smash a few line drives while reliving the glory days.

“The involvement of the baseball alumni is extremely important for our program’s overall success,” said Huisman. “The alumni baseball game is not only entertaining to watch, but it also has a huge impact on our program’s ability to connect a bright future with a successful past.”

The afternoon session proved to be just as lively as alums from women’s and men’s soccer took the field for their respective matches. To add to the atmosphere, both varsity soccer teams took to the field during the afternoon against Robert Morris and walked away victorious. Coach Josh Lenarz ’93 recorded his 100th career win in the women’s 1-0 victory, while junior Levi Wondeyee’s (Monrovia, Liberia) two goals guided the men’s 3-1 win.

To cap off the day’s festivities, the alumni office hosted a free cookout for all alums and spectators. Fun for families included a jump house and free cotton candy and popcorn. The alumni office thanks Strack & Van Til and Dutch Farms for their donations of food for the event.

Alumni board member Kevin Lubbers ’01 said, “Great weather, good food, and great soccer. My family and I had a great time reconnecting with alums we have not seen in a while.”

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