Recent Results

 
September 2
Volleyball
Frank Phillips W 3-2
Baseball
Photos from Blue/Gold Scrimmage
August 31
Men's Soccer
Barton CC W 2-1
Women's Soccer
Barton CC W 2-1
August 30
Men's Soccer
Pratt CC W 1-0
Women's Soccer
Pratt CC W 1-0
August 29
Volleyball
Colby CC L 3-1
Colby CC L 3-1
August 27
Softball
Photos from Alumni Scrimmage
August 26
Women's Soccer
Photos from Garden City Game
August 25
Women's Soccer
Garden City W 4-1
August 23
Volleyball
Cisco College W 3-0
Dodge City CC W 3-0
August 22
Volleyball
Laramie County CC L 3-2
Butler CC L 3-1
August 18
Volleyball
Photos/Alumni Scrimmage
August 15
Women's Soccer
Photos/First Practice
 

Upcoming Schedule

 
September 4
Golf
McCook Invitational McCook, NE 1:00pm(ct)
 
September 5
Golf
McCook Invitational McCook, NE 8:00am(ct)
Volleyball
Colorado Northwest La Junta, CO 2:00pm
Air Force Prep La Junta, CO 4:00pm
Women's Soccer
Western Nebraska CC Trinidad, CO 3:00pm
Men's Soccer
Northeastern JC Trinidad, CO 6:30pm
 
September 6
Volleyball
Adams State JV La Junta, CO 11:00am
McCook CC La Junta, CO 1:00pm
Baseball
SSI Baseball Academy Trinidad, CO 12:00pm
Men's Soccer
Central CC Trinidad, CO 1:30pm
Women's Soccer
Laramie County CC Trinidad, CO 4:00pm
Softball
Otero JC Colorado Springs, CO 4:00pm
UCCS Colorado Springs, CO 6:00pm
 
September 7
Baseball
Batters Box Trinidad, CO 12:00pm
Softball
Lamar CC Colorado Springs, CO 2:00pm
Otero JC Colorado Springs, CO 4:00pm
 
September 9
Volleyball
Colorado Christian JV Trinidad, CO 7:00pm

Trojans pick up first win of 2014

8/26/14

Women's Soccer Article

The 2014 soccer season got underway this past Monday at Central Park as the Lady Trojans took the field against Garden City Community College. The experienced TSJC squad took an early lead in the contest and then pulled away late to pick up the 4-1 win.

 

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Volleyball scrimmage is fun time for everyone

8/18/14

2014 Alumni

The fourth annual Volleyball Alumni scrimmage got the 2014 semester off to a great start as a large crowd turned out to watch the 2014 Trojans face off with Lady Trojans from the past. Nine players returned for the event to play three, best-of-three, contests with various lineups from the 2014 team.

 

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Ice returns to links for TSJC

7/8/14

Jake Ice

Jake Ice will bring his game back to Trinidad this fall as the Trojans look to regain the top spot in Region IX.

The Trojan golf team finished second in Region IX this past spring, failing to win the title from the first time in six years. The 2014-2015 team will try to fight their way back to the top, and anchored by 2014 national qualifier Andrew Ellis and Trinidad standout Carlos Sisneros they are well on their way. The two returners will get a surprise helping hand as 2012-2013 standout Jake Ice returns for his sophomore year after a year off.

 

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Student Athletes Find Success at TSJC

6/24/14

Another memorable sports season wrapped up at Trinidad State last month and exciting news regarding the student-athletes is still rolling in. As instructors entered grades it quickly became apparent that this was one of the highest achieving groups in the history of Trinidad State. Once all of the grades were entered TSJC had 11 individual athletes and four teams recognized nationally.

Trinidad State’s Pinnacle Award earning students were volleyball player Shelby Walker and soccer player Andrez Leyva

Trinidad State’s Pinnacle Award earning students were volleyball player Shelby Walker and soccer player Andrez Leyva

The highest level a student athlete in the NJCAA can reach is that of Pinnacle Award winner for Academic Excellence. To qualify students have to sustain a GPA of 4.0 for at least three semesters. This year two Trinidad State students received the Pinnacle Award; they were volleyball player Shelby Walker and soccer player Andrez Leyva.

Also awarded is the Superior Academic Achievement Award, which credits student-athletes who have maintained an overall GPA between 3.8 and 3.99. Nicole Ortega (soccer), Oscar Rivero (soccer), Dillon Gaasbeck (baseball), Erik Bussey (baseball) and Vanessa Gonzales (basketball/volleyball) all earned the Superior Academic Achievement Award. Finally, the Exemplary Academic Achievement Award is awarded to student-athletes with a GPA between 3.6 and 3.79. Earning the Exemplary Award were Asha Rose (basketball), Nick Eurich (baseball), Thanasi Lycou (baseball) and Jean-Felix Proulx (baseball).

The team awards go to teams that maintain a 3.0 GPA average for two semesters. These awards are much more difficult to achieve with Trinidad placing only one team on the list in the past two years. In 2013-14 the Trojan Baseball, Volleyball, Women’s Basketball and Women’s Soccer teams all “made the grade”. This is an extraordinary accomplishment that is testament to the hours of hard work the athletes put in on and off the court, as well as to the dedication of Trinidad State’s outstanding faculty and coaching staff.

“To have four teams achieve recognition from the NJCAA for academic excellence reflects positively on our entire institution” commented Athletic Director Rich Holden. “Faculty, staff, students and the parents of our students should all be congratulated for this historic and prestigious accomplishment."

With the academic awards given the sport’s season officially comes to an end, but recruiting is going strong and the 2014-2015 season is just around the corner.

 

Glover receives top honor

6/19/14

Samantha Glover

Incoming freshmen Samantha Glover, a 2014-15 signee for the Lady Trojan softball team, was recently honored by the Redlands Unified School Board as “Outstanding Student Athlete” at Citrus Valley High School in Redlands, California.

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Alumni Tournament Scheduled

6/10/14

Alumni Game

 

 

Trojans take Region IX Title

5/12/14

The 2014 Region IX Baseball Champion TSJC Trojans

The 2014 Region IX Baseball Champion TSJC Trojans. (Photo by David Barrack)

The Trinidad State baseball team fought its way to the top of Region IX this past weekend with tournament victories over Northeastern, Lamar and Otero. The Trojans entered the tournament seeded third in the region, however they rolled through the first two games before defeating Otero in extra innings to claim the crown. The Region IX champs will now prepare for their trip to districts later this week.

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