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FCA Athlete of the Month

By USAJHM Staff, 09/09/20, 5:45PM EDT


Trevor Smith Wins Award for September

Name: Trevor Smith

Team and Level (High school, Junior, etc.): Green Bay Gamblers - USHL

Hometown: Raleigh, North Carolina

Position: Center

Birth date: 03/02/2001

Height, Weight: 5’ 9” 185lbs

Pick one of the following attributes (Teamwork, Excellence, Serving, and Integrity): Why is this attribute important to you? A trait that sticks out for me personally is serving. Are you willing to give some of your time and energy to benefit someone else? I believe being able to serve other people says a lot about someone’s character. I personally love to see others succeed and will step aside for someone in need of something. Serving someone could be as easy as doing the dishes for my mom or holding my friends accountable. A little bit can go a long way.

Have you been involved with FCA or FCA Hockey in the past? What has been your experience with us? How has FCA Hockey impacted you? 

This would be my first summer of being apart of the FCA community, and I can’t begin to explain how much they have done for me. I knew I had faith in Jesus Christ, but I didn’t feel like I had a relationship with him. I felt lost in my faith. FCA helped me realize the most important aspects in life, as well as be able to grow my relationship with the Lord. Not only did FCA help me grow my hockey skills but helped me grow my faith as well as a person. I’d like to personally thank Bobby Robbins, Rick Randazzo, Aaron Randazzo, and Zak Albers for all the helpful conversations and for having my back through my walk with growing closer to the Lord.

What is your favorite scripture verse? Why is this important to you? 

“When you go through deep waters, I will be with you.” – Isaiah 43:2

Knowing that no matter where you are, who you’re with, or what situation you may encounter, God is putting you there for a reason and will not let you go through it alone. It’s only making you stronger as a person, as well as growing closer to him.

What else should we know about you? 

If hockey doesn’t end up working out, I aspire to be a Green Beret. I plan on going into the ROTC program for theUniversity of Vermont where I will be playing hockey. I also love animals!! I volunteer to look after family and friends pets when I’m home during the year. I love to play the electric guitar as well.