Lions at the Next Level
Congratulations to our Trinity alumni who have been competing and coaching at the collegiate level!
Brandon Arnold ('19 signed to play basketball at Williams College. Noah Dinkins ('19) is also joining Williams's basketball team for the 2020–2021 season.
Daniel Morken ('18), Justin Lloyd ('18), and Sarah Nelson ('18) on signing day in the HUB. Daniel is running cross-country at Wheaton College, Justin is a swimmer at Lafayette College, and Sarah is part of the Occidental College swim and dive program.Congratulations to Trey Holland (’17) on signing to play on the baseball team at Sewanee: The University of the South. Trey has transferred to Denison University and is a successful left-handed pitcher.
Alaina (Yeatts) Weaver ’14 came off a strong 2016 season with excellent competition in all eight tournaments during her sophomore year. She finished with a 78.96 scoring average and opened the 2017 season with 6-over-par score at the William & Mary Invitational, including a career-best 69 in the opening round. Alaina earned a share of 17th place at the Colonial Athletic Association Championship, with a three-round total of 241. She boasted an even-par score in the second round of the Notre Dame Clover Cup and shot 2-under par in the final round at the Clemson Invitational. Alaina is the recipient of CAA Commissioner's Academic Award.
Todd Eckstein ’11 joined the Virginia Tech Men's Golf coaching staff after serving for three years as the assistant coach at Furman University. As a collegiate golfer, Eckstein was a four-year letter winner on Davidson's men's golf team. A 2014 and 2015 Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-American Scholar, Eckstein earned Atlantic 10 All-Conference recognition in 2015, after taking home 2013 Southern Conference All-Tournament honors. He helped lead Davidson to a pair of team victories during his career, while recording six top-10 individual finishes. He was also a representative on the Davidson Student-Athlete A-10 Transition Committee. Eckstein received a bachelor's degree in political science from Davidson in 2015. While at Trinity School, he was named to the North Carolina All-State team three times and won the individual state championship in 2011. Eckstein led the Lions to NCISAA State Championships in 2010 and 2011.
Paul Dunlap (’15) graduated as a Pacer from William Peace University. Paul can often be seen in the Gold Gym helping coach our current Lions.
Owen Lloyd ’20 signed to swim at NC State University. Owen broke several state records in his time as a Lion.
Annabel Smith ’19 is on the cross-country and track and field teams at Gordon College.
Dowdy Sarvis ’16 has had a great career swimming at Gardner-Webb. The Gardner-Webb men’s swim team took third place in the 2020 CCSA Conference Championships.
Anna Eckstein (’14) graduated from Furman University and headed to nursing school. Anna found being a D-I student-athlete at Furman extremely demanding, while also preparing her well for her work in the health care profession. She is grateful for the teachers, coaches, and staff at Trinity School, who prepared her well for college life and beyond.
Luke Farley (’14) graduated from Washington and Lee University after a successful four years on the links. He was named the 2018 ODAC/Virginia Farm Bureau Scholar-Athlete of the Year. A First Team All-ODAC and Honorable Mention All-America honoree in spring 2018, he posted a 75.37 scoring average across 16.
Daniel Ray (’15)
Daniel quickly made a name for himself on the men's soccer team at Berry College. He was named to the SAA Academic Honor Roll.