TBC Eagles Women’s Soccer advanced to the South Region final in 2017. Later in the academic year, the Eagles said goodbye to Coach Prince Borde and welcomed Mr. Ashythorn “Noom” Romyanond to the position of head coach. As the Eagles prepare for Season #4, Coach Noom has already begun recruiting new talent, and his first signing is a high-school Most Valuable Player. The Eagles will welcome Ms. Caitlyn Frisina to the roster this fall.
Caitlyn Morgan Frisina
Caitlyn attended and played for Fort White High School in Fort White, Florida. She played all four years for the varsity soccer team. Caitlyn’s father, Mr. Ward Frisina, was also her high-school coach. Caitlyn is the daughter of Mr. Ward and Mrs. Scarlet Frisina.
Caitlyn earned the Indians’ Most Valuable Player and Most Valuable Midfielder awards. As mainly a midfielder, Caitlyn averaged 71.35 minutes per match and totaled 12 goals and 10 assists. She scored five goals and tallied four assists as a senior in 2017 while playing center back. She averaged 78.77 minutes per match in her senior season.
Caitlyn has played travel soccer for Columbia Youth Soccer Association (CYSA) in Lake City, Florida, and Florida Elite in Jacksonville. She also ran varsity cross country and track at Fort White.
As a senior at Fort White in 2017-2018, Caitlyn will graduate with a GPA over 3.00. She has placed first in several public speaking contests through the FFA. Caitlyn describes her success with the FFA: “I was one of the top 10 in Florida to compete in the Florida Farm Bureau Youth Speech Contest,” she said. “I competed in a solo vocal competition as a freshman, rating Superior.”
When asked why she chose Trinity, Caitlyn answered, “Besides the great soccer opportunity that Trinity Baptist College provides, I look forward to being able to attend college in my home state,” she explained. “I appreciate the ability to have the chance to ‘go away’ to college but still be only an hour or so from home and family, and I am excited to move forward in my education at a college that shares my belief in Christ.”
After college, Caitlyn plans to enroll in a sports management program, “where I hope to become a coach and transfer the knowledge I’ve learned over the years.”
Caitlyn’s favorite Bible passage is Psalm 121, which describes the Lord as our helper and our keeper. Verses 7-8 say,
“The Lord shall preserve thee from all evil: he shall preserve thy soul.
The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore.”
The Eagles welcome Caitlyn Frisina to Trinity Baptist College and the Lady Eagles’ roster.