Position: Assistant Coach
Coach Tronson is originally from Cashmere, Wash. and will be in her second year of coaching at Northwest U. She is a graduate of Biola University in southern California and received her MS degree from California State University, Fullerton.
Tronson was 4-year player at Biola and a two-time NAIA Scholar Athlete (2003 and ‘04), and a NAIA Champion of Character Award winner in 2004 for soccer. She was a member of a 2004 Biola team which went undefeated in the regular season and earned their first berth to the NAIA national tournament. Anya was also a member of the Biola track & field team, finishng 15th in the NAIA national meet in 2004 in the javelin event. In addition, she earned the Eagle Award at Biola as the team’s most inspirational player in 2003 and ‘04.
Anya’s coaching experience spans four years at Biola as an assistant in women’s soccer and also coached the AC Brea Football Club’s (Brea, Calif.) U14 girls team.
“We are certainly pleased and blessed to have someone with Anya’s experience joining the Northwest University soccer family,” commented Coach Erin Redwine. “She will bring a great deal of experience as both a player and coach.”
Tronson holds a M.S. in Kinesiology and a BS in Physical Education with a K-12 credential. She is the Director of the CATZ-Sports Performance Training Facility at the Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila.
Most importantly to Anya: Living life is walking faithfully with the Lord, knowing his word and seeking to love others with the Love of Christ.