Trinity High School athletic teams compete in the Mid Penn Conference and PIAA District III. Teams and athletes have competed and won at all levels of the PIAA state organization. Students have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of sports throughout the school year, complementing the whole-student experience at Trinity High School.


Terry Mull, Head Coach

Coach Mull is in her 15th year, 16th season, as Head Coach for Trinity Girls Soccer.  Over the last four seasons the Shamrocks have ended the soccer season in the State Championship game: thrice coming away as State Champion, (2014, 2015, & 2016). Under Coach Mull the Shamrocks have also won five District Championships and ten Division Titles. Coach Mull also currently serves as a USSF Referee and a USSF Referee Assignor.

Coach Mull has had a unique coaching experience. She has coached at the high school level with her husband, Ron, and two sons, Scott and Terrence, as well as competitively against Scott, who serves at the East Penn Coach in the same division. Having never played soccer herself, her knowledge of the game has come from many different sources.

Coach Mull gained soccer coaching experience by assisting as a volunteer with the boys program under Alan Blackledge. She graduated to serving as a staff member in time to assist in leading the boys to the position of District Champions (2005). As a coach in her own right, Mull has been honored to coach numerous All State players, including Katie Lenz, Alicia Mirando and Ali Basom, as well as many very talented players who have been successful playing in college.

Terry has coached basketball, softball, baseball, and soccer for the youth leagues in the area. She served on the West Shore Soccer Board in various roles for eight years and was President of the Greater West Shore Baseball League for two years.  As a club coach for West Shore Soccer and as a parent with four sons playing soccer, she saw a need for a soccer league and helped found Student Athlete Soccer Association, (SASA), the current outlet for our Catholic co-ed soccer league.

Terry attended Bishop McDevitt in Harrisburg and Shippensburg State College, playing Varsity basketball for both. Terry and her husband, Ron, raised 5 children: Kristen, Scott, Brian, Terrence and Joseph, all of whom attended Trinity High School and participated in numerous sports. Terry currently resides with her husband in Lewisberry.

Zach Currier, Goalie Coach

A transplant to the Central Pennsylvania area from Shawnee, Oklahoma, Coach Currier has been involved with soccer since he was a child. From the age of 4, Coach has honed his skills playing in high school and on club teams in undergrad and graduate school. Currier coached goalkeepers for Indiana High School boys soccer in graduate school, before moving to Mechanicsburg to work at the Navy Base in 2005. Coach Currier began coaching for HMMS in 2006, and for Trinity Girls in 2010.

He lives locally with his wife, Charlotte Cho-Currier, and their children, Isabella and Levi.

Terrence Mull, Assistant Coach

Coach Terrence Mull has grown up around Trinity High School and its soccer program. As a grade-schooler he worked out with the high school team, and then went on to play Varsity Soccer during his four years as a student. Coach “T” was part of the 1999 team that made District 3-AA semi-finals. After graduating from Trinity, he went on to play both soccer and baseball for four years at College Misericordia (Misericordia University). Impressively, “T” earned conference all-star in soccer and baseball.

As a college graduate, Coach “T” remained involved with the sports he loves. He assisted with the East Pennsboro boys soccer team in 2006 and the Trinity girls soccer team in spring of 2007. “T” did graduate work at Slippery Rock University, before returning to his Alma Mater as a Health and P.E. teacher, Assistant Athletic Director, and Assistant Girls Soccer Coach. Since that time, the girls have won division titles, district championships, and state championships.

Coach Terrence Mull lives in Camp Hill with his wife, Kelly, and their two daughters, Mackenzie and Kennedy.