NVU-Lyndon inducts NSN’s Kevin Trask into Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2022

Kevin Trask graduated from Lyndon State College in 2006 with a bachelor of science in sports management and minor in business. During his time at Lyndon, Kevin was a three-year member of the men’s basketball team, under the helm of Lyndon alumnus and hall of famer, Eric Berry ’91.Coach Berry shares that Kevin was one of the best shooters he has ever coached at any level and a consummate team player.

During his career as a Hornet, Kevin accumulating over 1,500 points and earned several Sunrise Conference awards, including First TeamAll-Conference in 2003-2004, Second Team All-Conference in 2004-2005, and many Sunrise Conference Player of the Week awards throughout the 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 seasons. Kevin helped lead his team to post-season play each of his three seasons at Lyndon.

One of his most memorable experiences at Lyndon was being named most valuable player of the 2003-2004 men’s basketball team – one of the most successful men’s basketball teams in the school’s history (24-6). Kevin is the fourth member of that team to be inducted into the Lyndon Athletic Hall of Fame, joining Coach Berry (inducted in 2010) and teammates Chris Brown ’05 (inducted in 2013) and Gregg Rose’04 (inducted in 2016). Kevin and Chris were also the captains of the 2004-2005 team. Kevin is thankful for the friendships he made during his time as a
student-athlete, which his still maintains today.

Since graduating, Kevin has stayed connected to the local sports community as the general sales and operations manager at Northeast Sports Network. He has been with the company since February 2012 and looks forward to many more years of success and growth for the company.

Kevin currently resides in Berlin, N.H., with his girlfriend, Danielle, their one-year-old daughter Skyla, and thirteen-year-old dog Bruschi. They also have a second home on Lake Wallace in Canaan, Vt., with his parents Buddy and Mary Trask.

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