Trinity Baptist College Men’s Soccer is pleased to announce the addition of incoming freshman Evan Hasbrouck to TBC and the men’s roster. Evan is a high-school Most Valuable Player recipient from Central Florida’s Atlantic coast. He brings leadership and experience to a team already loaded with talent.

Evan Hasbrouck — Rockledge, FL

Evan graduated from Rockledge High School, where he played junior varsity soccer as a freshman before moving up to the varsity team for the rest of his high school career. Evan played under Coach Clint Quintal, and he is the son of Mr. Kyle Hasbrouck and Ms. Leigh Ann Graham.

Evan earned MVP honors as a junior and became team captain in his senior year. He finished the 2017-2018 season receiving the coaches’ award for excellence and leadership. Evan has also played for Port St. John United Soccer Club. He was a part of the 2017 U-19 Presidents Cup Championship Team with Port St. John United.

Evan was just as – if not more – impressive in the classroom. He graduated with honors with a 3.5 weighted GPA over his four years at Rockledge.

When asked why he chose Trinity Baptist College, Evan cited academic reasons in addition to a chance to play soccer. “I chose Trinity,” he explained, “because I really enjoyed the atmosphere on campus as well as its being a smaller school. I feel that it will benefit me in my academic success.” He plans to major in sports management.

After college, Evan plans to use his degree from Trinity “…to try to live my dream of working with a sports organization.” His life verse is Philippians 4:13, which says, “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.”

Please welcome Mr. Evan Hasbrouck to the Eagles roster and the TBC community.