|Previous College:||Indiana, '18|
Trevor Swartz joined the Sacramento State men's soccer program in July of 2019, prior to the start of the 2019 soccer season. Swartz comes to the Hornets after an excellent career with Indiana. He has also played with both Toronto FC (USL) and Saint Louis FC U23 (PDL).
In four seasons with Indiana, Swartz appeared in 82 total matches while making 58 starts, including a career-best 25 starts in 2017. During his senior season (2018), Swartz played in 24 matches while starting 18. During that year, he led all of the NCAA with 16 total assists, four more than any other player in Div. I men's soccer. He was named to the Second Team all-Big 10 and finished second on the Hoosiers in total points with 18.
Swartz helped lead his team to the NCAA Div. I men's soccer national title game in 2017 and to the semifinals in 2018. He was a three-time all-academic, a three-time Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week selection, a three-time College Soccer News National Team of the Week selection, and a one-time Big 10 Offensive Player of the Week.
Following his career with Indiana, Swartz played for Toronto FC of the United Soccer League. He appeared in six matches for Toronto, making four starts, and totaling 361 minutes. Swartz also played for the Saint Louis FC U23 in the Player Development League in 2017. He appeared in three matches for Saint Louis (269 minutes).
A native of Camerona Park, Calif., Swartz has two older brothers, who both also played and coach collegiate soccer. Austin, who played at Humboldt, was the Hornets' previous Volunteer Assistant before taking an assistant position at Chico State. Connor played at Virginia Tech and served as an assistant coach at Humboldt University in 2017.