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Trinity Tigers.
Feel the Roar.

The athletic department at Trinity College of Florida partners with the mission of the NCCAA by using sports to teach and train students to boldly represent the gospel of Jesus Christ through athletic competition. We are dedicated to excellence both on and off the court. Our athletic programs are just an extension of the discipleship, community, and friendship that happens at TCF. Student-athletes are pushed to excel beyond the court by setting a good example of sportsmanship and conduct.

Upcoming Events

12 Sep

Womens Volleyball

Webber International University

Saturday - 7:30 pm @ Webber International University - Babson Park, FL

18 Sep

Womens Volleyball

Florida National University

Friday - 6:00 pm @ HOME - New Port Richey Recreation Center

25 Sep

Womens Volleyball

Pensacola Christian College

Friday - 6:00 pm @ Johnson University Florida – Kissimmee, FL

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Answers to Your Questions about Athletics

How do I contact one of the Trinity Tiger coaches?

Women’s Volleyball – Coach Rachel Noble
rachel.noble@trinitycollege.edu

Women’s Basketball – Coach Tom Clark
tom.clark@trinitycollege.edu

Men’s Basketball – Coach Rob Oppedisano
rob.oppedisano@trinitycollege.edu

Men’s Soccer – Coach Robert Rivers III
robert.riversiii@trinitycollege.edu

Are the games livestreamed?

We do our best to live stream all our home games. Home games are streamed on Facebook live. Follow and like our Facebook page for live stream notices. facebook.com/trinitycollegefl

Most away games can be found on the social media channels of the host team.

Are the Tigers currently recruiting?

The TCF Tigers are still recruiting for the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 seasons. We are looking for talent players who love Jesus and desire to play at the next level. Please connect with one of the Trinity Tiger coaches for recruiting opportunities, and please fill out the Athletic Recruitment Form.

What athletic program do the TCF Tigers participate in?

The TCF Tigers participate in the NCCAA DII. The NCCAA uses athletic competition to promote education, evangelism, and encouragement. All NCCAA teams participate in a service project during the regional tournament to help promote humility, integrity, and love.

Our basketball programs also play in an additional tournament: Small Bible College National Invitational Tournament.