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Shea Sims is the head cheerleading and dance coach at Trine University. In this week’s episode of Trine Talk, Shea describes what it was like to dance for the Indiana Pacers and why she loves coaching at Trine.
Trine University is offering its first ever sports broadcasting class this semester. Andy Brown sat down with four members of the class to discuss each student’s thoughts about sports broadcasting and their futures.
O'Shea Owens is the Assistant Athletic Director of Game Operations and Fan Experience at Trine University. On this week’s episode of “Trine Talk” we learn about O’Shea’s journey from being a Trine Student to becoming part of the athletic administration and discover what goes into creating the exciting game-night experience that Trine students and fans enjoy.
Dr. Earl Brooks has been the president of Trine University since 2000. This week he discusses his early career as an educator, his over two decades of service at Trine, and what lies ahead for the university.
Lydia Tremaine is a first-year psychology student at Trine University. This week she talks with Andy about becoming Miss Indiana in 2018 and finishing top 15 in the Miss America Pageant.
Brooke Cunningham is a junior Criminal Justice / Psychology double major, a member of the Trine Softball team, and the public address announcer for Trine Women’s Volleyball. She spoke with Andy this week about her team’s historic run last spring, and her work on the microphone this fall.
Taylor Medina is a junior criminal justice major at Trine University. On this episode of Trine Talk, Taylor discusses his service in the US Marine Corp and his new perspective as a student athlete at Trine.
Gretchen Miller is the Vice President for Administration and Chief of Staff at Trine University—She’s also the wife of head men’s basketball coach Brooks Miller. On this episode of Trine Talk Gretchen discusses her recent promotion, Trine Basketball, and the importance of family.
On this week’s episode Trine University graduate and admissions counselor Sloan Davis drops by to discuss the things that set Trine apart, and that lousy ending to “Game of Thrones.”
Andy visits with freshman quarterback Alex Price as they discuss his state championship at Reading High School, his transition to college football, and his adjustment to college life.