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Trevor Lampson ’15 earns NCAA All-American honors

Valley Christian alumnus Trevor Lampson ’15 was named an NCAA D-II Freshman All-American. Trevor attends Cal Baptist University and is a member of the Lancer golf team. A redshirt freshman, he also was named the PacWest Freshman of the Year and was a first-team all-conference selection. Trevor became the first golfer in Cal Baptist history

Trojan Golf finishes runner-up at State Championships

Trojan Golf finished as the D-III State runner-up at the championship meet on May 11-12 at Randolph Golf Club in Tucson. The Trojans were led by senior RJ David ’17 (144) who finished tied for ninth. Sophomore James Mackie ’19 (145) finished T-12 and senior Garrett deFisser ’17 (155) finished T-28. Greyson Howell ’17 finished

Three Trojans Commit to Colleges

Valley Christian seniors Garrett deFisser, Megan Timmer and Bethany Wolph each signed their National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, November 9 during a ceremony at lunch in the Bradley Gym. Garrett deFisser ’17 committed to play golf and continue his education at William & Mary in Virginia. deFisser has been a leader on three consecutive


Trojan golf conquered the field at the D-III State Championships in Prescott on their way to a fourth consecutive state championship. Valley Christian extended their already large first round lead on the final day to capture the state title by a whopping 39 strokes. Freshman James Mackie (-4) captured the individual title after pulling away


Trojan Golf captured the team and individual titles at the White Mountain Invitational last weekend in Pinetop. Junior R.J. David ’17 added another individual medal to his impressive high school resume with an incredible final round comeback. David shot a two-under-par 70, the lowest round in the tournament, in the final round to surge past


Trojan golf traveled to Palm Springs, California for the Champions Invitational last weekend. Valley Christian finished 20th out of 45 schools at the tournament. Adjusting to the conditions, the Trojans scored in the top 10 in the final round of play. The tournament featured 36 holes on the first day and 18 holes on the