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Chattanooga Red Wolves Sign One Of The Top 10 Division 1 Keepers In The Country

By Henry Paris, 01/24/20, 11:30AM EST


The Chattanooga Red Wolves Soccer Club announced NCAA rank #6 keeper to the 2020 roster.

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (Jan. 24, 2020), The Chattanooga Red Wolves Soccer Club announced Tim Trilk to join the squad.

Tim Trilk is a standout keeper who joins the professional ranks as a previous USL League 2 player. Trilk recently played for the Tri-City Otters and made historical marks with Western Illinois University.  While at WIU, Trilk climbed to the number six spot for most saves in the entire NCAA. He finished his time at WIU with accolades such as a top-ten statistic leader in career shutouts, career wins, career minutes, and career saves.

Coach Obleda participated in an interview earlier this week and said, “Tim is one of the best up and coming goalkeepers in the country. He has great control and commands respect in his area. He also is very good with his feet, which is a great skill for the modern goalkeeper. We are happy to have him, and our goalkeeping position is in great hands.”

The club is excited about Trilk’s arrival, and how this is a special opportunity for him. His attitude and talent create an ethos that meshes well with the culture the new coaches are building. He was such a well-recognized player at the previous level, the city is excited to see what kind of contribution he will make for the club in 2020. 

About Chattanooga Red Wolves SC

Founded in 2018, Chattanooga Red Wolves SC is a professional soccer club in Chattanooga, Tenn. The USL League One founding member is led by business executive Robert (Bob) Martino and President Sean McDaniel. The club is constructing a state-of-the-art 5,500-seat soccer-specific stadium in Chattanooga for the 2020 season. For more information, visit 


About USL League One

USL League One is shaping the future of the game in the United States, uniting passionate fans in new markets with the thrill of proven professional soccer experience. League One is sanctioned by the U.S. Soccer Federation as a professional soccer league and completed its inaugural season in 2019. League One continues to expand, adding three new clubs ahead of the 2020 season while continuing to explore opportunities to bring professional soccer to new communities.