Simpson settling into head role with Trinity football
Warriors went 2-8 in first varsity season since 2013
MORGANTOWN, W.Va (WDTV) - It is not the most ideal time to enter a rookie season as a head coach, but Trinity’s Christopher Simpson is enjoying the process.
Simpson takes over the Warriors heading into 2020 after Marcus Law resigned this spring. He is tasked with helping a young group, that will play only its second consecutive varsity season, build off a 2-8 first year campaign.
The Warriors had 17 players at their Phase III workouts on Monday, which marks the first time the team was actually permitted to use a football. Simpson hopes to have over 20 players once training camp rolls around in August.
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