Scott Trompeter is in his second season as the Assistant Coach of the Trinity Tigers men’s and women’s swim teams.
Coach Trompeter was instrumental in the Tiger women capturing their 16th Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship, and men garnering their ninth title, in the 2016 campaign. Women's swimmer Lindsay Hagmann earned All-America honors at the 2016 NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships, and Andrew Thiesse became a men's Honorable Mention All-American.
Coach Trompeter joined the Trinity staff after serving as a Graduate Assistant Coach for three years at the NCAA Division I University of the Incarnate Word, located in San Antonio. He helped guide the Cardinals to high finishes at the NCAA Division II Championships in 2013, right before UIW moved to Division I. UIW’s men finished third, and the women fourth at nationals. The Cardinals women also won three individual national titles, and the men captured one. Coach Trompeter earned a Master of Arts in administration, with a concentration in sport management, in 2014.
He served as head coach of elite age group swimmers of the North East Independent School District’s Alamo Area Aquatics Association team from 2011 to 2012. Coach Trompeter was also the assistant for the high school level swimmers. He has coached numerous state champions at the age group and high school levels.
Coach Trompeter was a member of the University of Texas at Austin swim team from 2005 to 2009. He played a key role in sparking the Longhorns to two second-place finishes at the NCAA Championships in 2008 and 2009. Coach Trompeter also worked the University of Texas Swim Camp, and was head coach for the Mueller Swim Team.
A May 2010 graduate of Texas, Coach Trompeter earned a Bachelor of Science degree in corporate communication. The versatile Coach Trompeter also worked with Clear Channel Communication in Austin. He wrote proposals in the promotions department, and updated radio stations’ websites.