34th Annual TAC Golf Classic Benefits Student-Athletes
Nothing can stop the spirit and generosity of the Trinity community! For the 34th year, participants and sponsors came together for the annual Trinity Athletics Club (TAC) Golf Classic, raising money for student-athlete scholarships. This year, 132 golfers participated in the event, which took place at Crystal Tree Country Club in Orland Park, Ill., on Monday, Aug. 17.
“These event sponsors and participants showed up for Trinity student-athletes at a particularly unique time,” said Mark Hanna, director of athletics. “We had a great day together and we are so appreciative as the proceeds from this event will directly support young people seeking to be Trinity student-athletes.”
At the conclusion of Monday’s event, over $55,000 came in to support student-athlete scholarships. The generosity of these supporters was met with 18 holes of golf, a grab-and-go breakfast, food throughout the course, a piece of Trinity Athletics apparel, and plenty of raffle prizes.
“The TAC Golf Classic had a great turn out this year,” said Ashley Martinez ’21, a student-athlete on the women’s golf team. “We had beautiful weather for golf and lots of fun with members of the Trinity community. As a student-athlete, I am very grateful for the people that participated in the outing and those that donated!”
The lowest foursome of the day ended up being Jeff Ozinga, Matt Postema, Brian Fritzler and Ken Cook.
The College would like to share its appreciation for its event sponsors, Ozinga Bros Inc. and Providence Bank. There are also over 30 other individual and company sponsors that the College would like to thank for their generosity and support.
To learn more about TAC and how you can support the Trinity student-athletes all year long, visit trnty.edu/donors/join-tac.