Trina Maso de Moya
First FAU Athlete to join the team while working on a master's degree. Played volleyball for four years at Wake Forest.
At Wake Forest: Had an outstanding four-years at WFU earning ACC honors, first team all-conference honors, all-tournament honors, setting single-season records and American Volleyball Coach’s Association honors...All in the sport of volleyball. She now switches university’s, sports and degrees.
High School: A multi-sport athlete at St. Thomas Aquinas High School...selected as the Broward County Female Athlete of the Year in 1996 and in 1997 by the Miami Herald...was a Florida all-state selection her junior and senior seasons...a 1995 member of the Florida 5 A state champions...team’s MVP in both 1996 and 1997...named the Broward County volleyball player of the year in boht her junior and senior seasons...also a standout in soccer where she was an Olympic Development Pool player in 1997...led the country in scoirg for two consecutive years with 41 goals and 30 assists as a junior with 43 goals and 29 assists as a senior...member of St. Thomas Aquinas’ soccer teams that won five-consecutive state championships and had a 104 game unbeaten streak...team was ranked number one in the nation...was a three-year first-team all-state selection in soccer and was the Miami Herald player of the year in both 1996 and 1997.
Personal: A Dean’s List student at Wake Forest...working on a graduate degree in communications...daughter of Juan and Nenita Maso de Moya...born January 25, 1980.