Trevor “Jedi Master” Hoyt
Raised in Yucaipa, California, Trevor started with Yucaipa Swim Team at the age of four. Throughout club and high school swimming, Trevor continually developed. His tenure through age 18 includes many championship teams, fallen records, back-to-back wins in the 100 Breast and 200 IM at CIF-SS Division 1 in 2008 and 2009, which included a team CIF-SS Division 1 Championship in 2008 as well as breaking Aaron Piersol’s 200 IM CIF record in 2009. Trevor chose UC Berkeley as his college to float his upcoming student-athlete life. As a freshman, he walked into Cal the slowest breaststroker of the team, and the only one of his year. At his 2012 NCAA Championship meet, Trevor broke the Cal school record in the 200 Yard Breaststroke with a 1:51.90, barely missing the American Record. His fastest recorded 100 Breaststroke time is a 52.00. Later that year, he competed in Olympic Trials where he swam a 1:01.88 in the 100 meter Breaststroke. In the 200 meter Breaststroke, Trevor got 7th, having swam hist fastest time the night before, a 2:11.78. He graduated from UC Berkeley in 2014 with a bachelors in American Education and Child Development. He’s an avid Star Wars fan, which he is always open to talk about. You’ll know he’s on deck from the roar of his laugh as he approaches. His main goals are to bring a new spin on technical swimming, introduce functional movement dry land workouts and help expand and grow Golden Road Aquatics.