Ken Santos » Biography


Ken Santos, an accomplished athletics coach and educator, joined Trinity Hall as our first director of athletics and head soccer coach in our inaugural year. Ken taught 5th grade at Markham Place School in Little Silver for 13 years and coached at the high school and college levels for almost 20 years; six of those years were spent as the men’s assistant at Monmouth University. He is the product of a single-sex high school education at Christian Brothers Academy, and he went on to play varsity soccer at Villanova University. In 2011, he was inducted into Villanova’s Athletic Hall of Fame. He also played professional soccer in both the United States and Portugal.

Ken’s own experiences with athletics have played a major role in his life as a person, and he hopes to continue to guide the young women at Trinity Hall in their pursuit of high academic and athletic standards.

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