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Jamie Trimboli

School

Syracuse University

Position
Midfield
Major
Information Security Management

Classroom

Trimboli graduated with his degree in biology during May of 2020, carrying a 3.6 GPA. During his academic career, he earned a USILA Scholar All-American section, two All-ACC Academic team honors, and was named to the ACC Honor Roll four times.

He is currently enrolled in an information security management graduate program, holding a 3.6 GPA.

Character

Trimboli is a two-time team captain, as selected by his peers. He frequently volunteers his time to coach youth lacrosse clinics, hoping to grow the sport. This includes a clinic in South Carolina this past winter, a non-traditional area for lacrosse.

Community

Trimboli is involved in Team Impact, where the team ‘adopted’ a young boy with cystic fibrosis as an honorary teammate. They have gone to his treatments, participated in a cystic fibrosis walk, and taken him out for special events to make him feel like part of the team.

The Syracuse team is also part of the Headstrong Foundation’s annual LaxStache Madness, which raises money for the HEADstrong foundation, which offers financial, residential, and emotional support to families affected by cancer.

Trimboli assisted in launching the City Lax Program, an organization that gives inner-city children an opportunity to play lacrosse. He was responsible for gathering equipment donations to ensure proper protection for the player. He has also helped setup a non-profit 401c3 organization with ML8 Events, during an internship that has focused on raising money for inner-city youth athletic programs in Rochester.

Competition

Trimboli has been a three-time All-American selection, earning Inside Lacrosse first team honors in 2020. During that shortened season, he led all midfielders nationally with 3.4 goals per game.

In his career, Trimboli ranks third in most points by a Syracuse midfielder in the last 20 years. He enters the 2021 season with 44-straight starts, 75 goals, and 99 career points.

He was named to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List.