Jose Dominguez ’03 has been the head coach of the men’s soccer program for the past five seasons and has a career coaching record of 44-45-8. Last season he led the Trolls to a 9-7-3 overall record and to the finals of the NCCAA region tournament. The team posted eight shut-outs while giving up only 20 goals during the season. In 2010, in addition to coaching the varsity team, Dominguez reinstated the junior varsity program that has a complete roster and schedule.
Dominguez has been a part of Trinity soccer for many years. He was a four-year starter on the men’s soccer team from 1999-2002, serving as a co-captain for two years and earning all-conference, all-region, and all-American honors. In the 2003 season he was a part of the coaching staff for the men’s program, assisting the varsity team and coaching the junior varsity team. He assumed those same duties for the women’s program in the 2006 season.
In addition Dominguez has his achieved his USSF “A” license. He spent one summer playing for the PDL Chicago Eagles. He has also coached both boys’ and girls’ travel club teams in Orland Park and Oak Forest, Illinois and has conducted various summer camps.
Dominguez is a 2003 graduate of Trinity with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. He earned his master’s degree in coaching and athletic administration from Concordia University in Irvine, California.
Along with his coaching responsibilities, Dominguez serves an athletics department event staff coordinator and has duties in the admissions department of the College. He and his wife Christina and daughter Emma live in Crestwood, Illinois.
Trevor Schans ’07 joined the coaching staff in 2007 season after playing for the Trolls for three seasons. In his career as a player he participated in the NCCAA national championships in 2005 and also received Trinity’s men’s soccer program’s Krygsheld Memorial Award.
Schans is entering his third year as the coach of Trinity’s men’s junior varsity team. Last season they finished at 6-4-1 and have a total record of 9-7-3 over the past two seasons. In addition he coached the girls’ varsity soccer team at Chicago Christian High School for six seasons, where he won two regional championships and was named the 2009 Private School League Coach of the Year.
Schans graduated from Trinity in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science. He is pursuing a Master of Sports Science in Coaching through the United States Sports Academy. He is currently employed in the area of physical therapy rehabilitation and resides in Willowbrook, Illinois.
Pat Moroney ’07 moved from the playing field to the coaching staff in the 2007 season. He played for the Trolls from 2003-06 and was the starting goalkeeper in his last two seasons. For his career he ended up with a 1.44 goal against average, ranking third in that category in Trinity’s career records. He participated in the 2005 NCCAA nation championships.
Moroney has completed a NSCAA National “D” License and has been a certified Illinois High School Association soccer official for the eight years.
Moroney earned his bachelor’s degree from Trinity in 2007 in physical education. He has a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction and is a health and physical education middle school teacher. He is from Oak Forest, Illinois.
Brady Davidson ’11 joined the coaching staff in 2011 on the heels of four years as a player and team leader for the Trolls. As a student-athlete he earned scholar-athlete honors. In addition Davidson spent a summer with the Chicago Eagles Summer Academy working in sports ministry and in coaching youth.
Davidson graduated from Trinity in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in graphic design and is currently employed by Apple. He is originally from Shawnee, Kansas.
Koyah Bleah'12 is new to the coaching staff this season. For the past four years he played for the Trolls and was a three year-starter. As a midfielder Bleah scored 15 goals and had six assists in his career. He also earned NCCAA North Central All-Region honors twice.
Bleah graduated from Trinity in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. He is currently employed by various departments at the College. Bleah is originally from Monrovia, Liberia, and currently resides in Alsip, Illinois.