Fall 2021 Schedule T-B-A
Saturday - 8:00 am
The Athletic Department at Trinity College of Florida is dedicated to excellence both on and off the court. TCF is a member of the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) and National Invitation Tournament (NIT). Our men’s soccer, men’s and women’s basketball, and women’s volleyball teams currently participate in the NCCAA. If you share a desire for excellence in athletics, spiritual equipping as a Christian athlete, then Trinity College of Florida invites you to become a TCF Tiger athlete.
All students graduate with a Bachelor of Arts and receive a double major in Bible and Theology along with their major. There is an energizing momentum that builds as you pursue your education here, and you leave equipped to act on God’s calling to advance the Gospel wherever you may go. The TCF advantage, advance into your career and life ministry to make disciples. Students (Athletes) who plan on earning their Associate of Arts (AA) not only will have the foundational course requirements for their education-they will have the biblical knowledge and application you need for life!
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.
The TCF Tigers are still recruiting for the upcoming season. 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 or fill out an request information form.
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 (NIT).
Our goal is not to have a lot of rules, but to protect the scriptural standards that have become synonymous with Trinity College of Florida. Our Student Life Handbook serves as the source for information regarding the college’s standards and guidelines. These guidelines are designed to regulate the activities of the student body so that the basic rights of all are protected. Like everything else we do, we wrote our handbook based on biblical principles for fostering a Christian community. It is our hope that each student will have a value system based on Scriptural concepts. View the Student Life Handbook.