5/6 Boys Lacrosse
Coach Hendricks became Trinity’s Director of Athletics and Physical Education in the 2020-21 school year. He was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas. He attended Henderson State University on a baseball scholarship. There he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and a Master’s degree in English. He was inducted into the Hall of Honor as a baseball player at HSU in 2019. After his collegiate career, he played four years of minor league baseball in the United States and four years in Belgium. Coach Hendricks came to Trinity in 2013 and has served as a PE Teacher, PE Coordinator, Assistant Athletic Director, coach of volleyball, girls and boys basketball and baseball. Prior to coming to Trinity, Coach Hendricks served as a strength and conditioning coach, girl’s assistant varsity basketball coach, field hockey coach, boy’s volleyball coach and baseball coach at Fort Worth Country Day.
Coach Hendricks understands the power of having a positive relationship between coach and player. Through these relationships he strives to teach the following core values that serve as the blueprints to success: Excellence - take pride in working hard. Respect - be respectful to parents, teachers, coaches, opponents, officials, peers and yourself. Commitment - make a difference everyday. Honesty - be accountable to each other. Love - sacrifice for the benefit of the team. Strength - have courage and determination to never give up.
Coach Hendricks is married to Roberta Hendricks. They have two children that each attend Trinity. Noah is in 3rd grade and Julia is in kindergarten.You can learn more about Coach Hendricks in our Teacher Feature Series.
Coach Holder leads the Trinity Middle School cross country team, soccer team, and boys lacrosse team. He joined the Trinity Athletics Department full-time in 2010 after a brief stint as both an academic substitute and fellow. He coached the swim team for two seasons and has worked collaboratively to cultivate a running trail on our campus. He has been fortunate to coach many of our students K-8, and enjoys watching their progression and success.
Coach Holder has also embarked on a Trinity Alumni quest to get past athletes back as role model coaches to the younger students. A huge lover of all animals, especially dogs, he enjoys running, cycling, paddling, swimming and just about anything outdoors.
Dane Smith is a BOC certified and state licensed Athletic Trainer. He came to Trinity in 2018 as Trinity’s first full-time athletic trainer. Prior to working at Trinity he worked in Utah with Intermountain Healthcare's Sports Medicine and Concussion clinics. Dane graduated from Brigham Young University in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in exercise science. He worked with BYU football's training staff as well as many of the dance and theater programs. After moving to Austin in 2017, he continued to pursue more in sports medicine. In addition to Trinity, he has provided coverage to many local rugby clubs, NBA referees, youth ultimate frisbee and many other organizations.
Dane was born and raised in Orem, Utah. He grew up trying many sports and played competitive basketball, tennis and lacrosse in junior high and high school. He was a team captain for the cross country and track & field teams where he excelled in the long distance events and pole vault. At a young age growing up in Utah, he developed a love for the mountains. He found excitement in many of the outdoor sports and activities. You will still find Dane outdoors today bird watching and he frequents the mountains often to go hiking, camping, skiing, climbing and mountain biking.You can learn more about Trainer Dane in our Teacher Feature series.