About Trevor Mooney

A resident of Mission Viejo, California, Trevor Mooney is an upstanding member of and a contributor to his community. He was born in Framingham, Massachusetts, but moved with his family to Mission Viejo, where he attended Trabuco Hills High School. There, Trevor Mooney became well-recognized for his scholastic and athletic feats. As an athlete, Trevor Mooney earned three varsity letters in football and two in track and field for shot put and discus, and eventually became captain of both varsity teams. As a student, Trevor Mooney earned a 1900 out of 2400 on his SATs, and graduated with a 4.25 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Entering Washington State University on a Freshman Academic Scholarship in fall of 2006, Trevor Mooney quickly established himself on and off the field, and held membership in the school’s Gray “W” National Varsity Club. Through the National Varsity Club, Trevor Mooney worked with other athletes to organize fundraisers and social events for alumni. Trevor Mooney also helped local schoolchildren by tutoring them in reading. When he transferred to the University of Delaware in the summer of 2008, Trevor Mooney became a coach for the university’s summer football camps for youth and high schoolers. Throughout his time at both universities, Trevor Mooney has built upon his ability to be both a leader and a team player in any situation, and uses that ability to help people in need. As a volunteer at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club in Newark, Delaware, Trevor Mooney worked with underprivileged youths through the organization’s day camps. Returning to Mission Viejo after graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Economics, Trevor Mooney maintains a strong presence in his community, volunteering at the Santiago de Compostela Catholic Church in nearby Lake Forest. Trevor Mooney gives back to his former high school by serving as the Tight End Coach of Trabuco Hills High School’s football team during the football season.

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