Class of 1982
Tracy Trevorrow came to Bethany in 1979 and was on the men’s soccer team for the next three years. He helped lead the Bison to three consecutive PAC titles, earning a pair of All-Conference honors in 1980 and 1981, while also earning First Team All-South Region accolades in ’81. For his career, he totaled 20 goals and 25 assists, which is still 10thmost in Bethany history.
Off the soccer field, Trevorrow was president of the Alternatives Club and a member of Kalon. He also participated in many different theater productions and aided in the establishment of Maxwell’s Coffee House, a student organized coffee shop which raised money for charity.
Trevorrow graduated magna cum laude from Bethany in 1982 with a degree in psychology. Since 1997, he has run a private practice in medical psychology while also serving as a professor of psychology at Chaminade University of Honolulu.
A graduate of Barrenjoey High School in Sydney, Australia, Trevorrow currently resides in Honolulu, Hawaii, with his wife, Lois Yamauchi, and their two children, Zac and Coe.