#1 | Goalkeeper
Tim Trilk | #1
Weight: 190 lbs.
Birthplace: Rockford, IL
Previous club: Chattanooga Red Wolves SC (USL League 1)
2023: Saw action in 15 games, starting all 15 of them… Kept 5 clean sheets… Made 34 saves on 54 shots faced… Made 5 saves against San Antonio on 10.14.23.
2022: Saw action in 16 matches, starting in 15 of them … Finished with a record of 5-8-2 … Led the team with 50 total saves … Finished with a save percentage of 67.1% … Led the team with four clean sheets …
With Indy Eleven: Trilk joined Indy Eleven on Feb. 16, 2022, after spending the past two season with Chattanooga Red Wolves SC. He is set to make his debut with the Boys in Blue in the season opener against Loudoun United FC on March 12th.
Before Indy Eleven: Trilk’s pro career began while he was still in college, making eight appearances for Tri-Cities Otters, an amateur team based in Johnson City, TN of the USL League Two. Upon graduation, Trilk declared for the 2020 MLS SuperDraft, where he would go undrafted and sign a contract with Chattanooga Red Wolves SC of the USL League One. Trilk wouldn’t earn any caps during his first season, but made 21 total appearances in 2021, including two playoff games. Trilk certainly showed improvement in his second season, earning USL League One Team of the Week honors in Week 15 of last season.
Trilk also brings coaching experience to Indiana’s Team. While playing with the Red Wolves in Chattanooga, Trilk spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Tennessee Wesleyan University in Athens, TN. The Bulldogs posted an impressive overall record of 21-11-4 throughout his two seasons on the coaching staff.
Prior to going pro, Trilk spent four years playing for Western Illinois University in Macomb, IL. He was the primary starter in goal for the Leathernecks for three seasons, posting impressive marks and earning several accolades along the way. During his senior year in 2019, Trilk was a First Team All-Summit League selection, 2x Summit League Defensive Player of the Week, and finished top ten in the NCAA in saves.