Criteria for the Athletic Hall of Fame

Through the Holy Trinity Catholic School Sports Hall of Fame, alumni who began their sports career at HTCS can be recognized for achievement in their chosen sport in college and beyond.  Nominations for this honor are sent no later than March 1st to the Sports Hall of Fame Committee who makes the final selection based on outstanding accomplishments.  The inductees are invited to appear and speak at the HTCS Annual Sports Banquet.

Minimum criteria for consideration:

  • Played sports while at Holy Trinity
    • Must have been through the athletic program at HTCS
    • or if a sport not offered at HTCS, through an outside organization
    • can be the sport of organized cheerleading
  • Graduated from HTCS
  • Graduated from a college or university
  • Played collegiate sports 

Information needed for those who meet the minimum criteria:

  • Sport played at Holy Trinity and in college
  • Position(s) played
  • Individual and team honors and accomplishments
  • Degree(s) earned
  • Current work or activities
  • Contact details

2015 Inductees

Trevor played Basketball and Volleyball at HTCS and graduated in 2006. While attending Nolan Catholic High School, Trevor played varsity Basketball, receiving TAPPS 1st Team All District and All State his Senior year.  He was Team Captain and team MVP. Trevor averaged 15 points per game and had a 43.7% 3-pt Field Goal rate and a 57.9% 2-pt FG rate. After graduating high school Trevor attended St. John University where he played point guard for three years. As a scholar, Trevor was inducted into Honor Society there and was the Presidential Scholarship recipient all 4 years.  He served as the Vice-president of the Actuarial Club at St. John’s and passed all three actuarial exams before graduating. He graduated from St. John’s University in 2014 and lives in Richardson working as an actuary for Blue Cross Blue Shield.

Emily played basketball in 6th, 7th and 8th grades at HTCS, and started playing golf at age 9, while she was a student here.  She graduated from HTCS in 2006. She went on to attend high school at Nolan Catholic. During her high school years, Emily competed on the amateur golf circuit, and had three wins on the Texas Junior Golf Tour. She played in the 2010 German Junior Masters, and won the 2010 Kathy Whitworth Invitational after shooting an opening-round score of 66 (-4).  Emily was named Golfweek's Junior Golfer of the Week in the summer of 2010. Emily was recruited by and attended Oklahoma University to play varsity golf; she was named No. 9 in Golfweek's preseason list of the nation's top freshmen in 2010.  In her freshman year Emily competed in all 11 of OU's tournaments and recorded three top-20 finishes.  She became only the second golfer in OU history to qualify for the U.S. Women's Open while enrolled at OU. She continued her winning tradition through her sophomore year, and was named to the Academic All-Big 12 First Team. She maintained her academic excellence and was again named to the Academic All-Big 12 Team in her Junior and Senior years.  By the time Emily graduated, she had participated in 42 of 44 events for OU.  She was ranked sixth at OU in career scoring average, fourth in par-or-better rounds (33) and fourth in birdies (296).  Emily finished in the top 20 in 31 percent of her career collegiate events.  Her best finish was a tie for 2nd at the NCAA Central Regional Tournament in the spring of 2013. Emily turned pro after graduation, and is currently competing on the Symetra Tour, a required precedent to gaining qualification to compete in LPGA.  Emily lives here in Colleyville, TX, but travels throughout the country and internationally proving her talent and mastery of this sport. 

2014 Inductees

John played basketball and baseball at HTCS.  In fact, John scored the first basket ever to be scored by a Holy Trinity player.  He attended Nolan Catholic for high school and there he played football.  After graduating from Nolan in 2006, John played football for Texas Christian University.  (Go Frogs!) Currently John is living and working in Dallas.

Jason played basketball, baseball and ran track for HTCS.  During HS at Nolan Catholic he played hockey with a Colleyville League, since Nolan did not have a hockey team.  After graduating from Nolan in 2007, Jason played college hockey for St. Louis University and then went on to graduate school in 2012 and played hockey for UT Austin where he was team captain. 

Alex played soccer at HTCS and then played during high school at Keller Central High.  After graduating from Keller in 2007, she played women’s soccer at Arkansas Little Rock University for two years.  As a freshman there, she was named Newcomer of the Year and led the Sunbelt Conference I assists.  Her team that year made it to the second round of the Championship Tournament for the Sunbelt Conference.  After her sophomore year, Alex transferred to Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Alabama where she was named Defensive Player of the game during her junior year.  Alex Currently works for Texhoma Land Consultants and is planning to go to graduate school.

Michael played basketball and baseball at HTCS and then played football at Nolan Catholic all four years.  After graduating from Nolan in 2008, Michael played football at the Air Force Academy and then transferred to the University of Missouri playing his last two year there.  He graduated from the University of Missouri in 2012 and is currently living and working in Columbia, Missouri.

Michael played basketball and baseball at HTCS and after graduation, went to Nolan Catholic.  At Nolan he ran track, played football for 3 years, and played soccer all four years.  He graduated from Nolan in 2008 and attended St. Mary’s University in San Antonio where he played varsity men’s soccer for all four year.  Michael graduated from St. Mary’s in 2012 and is currently living and working in the DFW area.

Jared played basketball and ran track at HTCS.  After graduating, he went to Nolan Catholic and played soccer and ran cross country for the Vikings.  He graduated high school in 2009 and attended Christian Brothers College in Memphis, TN.  His junior year his soccer team won their conference championship and was rated 9th in the nation in Division III.  Jared graduated from Christian Brothers in 203 and is now living and working in Denver, CO. 

Emily Collins, one of the inaugural HTCS Athletic Hall of Fame inductees, qualified both for the U.S. Women's Open and the LPGA while a student at Oklahoma University.

 

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