Brent Trask enters his fifth season for the Bruins serving under head coach Marty Hunter. Trask will work with the catchers for the 2019 season.
A George Fox standout, Trask was named second-team All-NWC his junior season (’09) and first-team All-NWC his senior season (’10) as a catcher. He finished his career hitting .308 and played in over 60 games. He was a part of the 2009 season, in which the team won the Northwest Conference Championship and made the NCAA D-III National Tournament.
Before his time at George Fox, he spent two years at Linn Benton Community College. He earned honorable mention for as a catcher his freshman year and earned first-team all-conference accolades as a sophomore.
Trask graduated from George Fox in December of 2010 earning his degree in pre-physical education. He later received his master’s degree in June 2013 from Oregon State University in physical education teacher education.
Trask works for local Newberg School Edwards Elementary as a teacher in physical education.
Brent married former women’s basketball national champion Elise (Kuenzi) Trask on August 13, 2011. They currently reside in McMinnville, Oregon, and have a one-year-old son, Colt.