Trevor McDonagh

St. Louis University (MO)

Trevor played in SLUH-CBC games his sophomore, junior, and senior years. Although CBC did emerge victorious in all four meetings, including the state semifinal game in 2011, Trevor amassed some eye-popping numbers in the four games. In total, Trevor finished his career with 83 completions, 1250 passing yards, and 10 passing touchdowns against the Cadets. Trevor sits at the top of several categories in the SLUH record book: game, season, and career passing yardage; season and career passing attempts; game, season, and career passing completions; game, season, and career touchdown passes; and season and career total offense. Trevor connected with Mitch Klug for a 92-yard TD pass in the state semifinal versus CBC, tying for the longest TD pass in SLUH history. After his All-State recognition in the fall of 2011 and his graduation in the spring of 2012, Trevor continued his playing career for four seasons at Columbia University. The St. Louis U. High community and football program are thrilled to have Trevor back on the sidelines, this time as a coach and leader of our young men.

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