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To celebrate Trent's love for the game of lacrosse, the Trent Stetler Play Day was a community event to raise funds for the Trent Stetler Memorial Fund. Our mission:
To advance mental health awareness within our community, encourage discussion and eliminate the stigma.
Raise money for mental health educational initiatives throughout Haverford Township.
Establish annual scholarships for HHS lacrosse players.
Promote the characteristics Trent was loved for: Inclusion, Leadership, Maximum Effort, Humor & Perspective via student initiatives throughout the Haverford School District.
Funds raised during the five annual Play Days continue to support programs for mental health awareness within the Haverford Township community. (Learn more.)
Trent Stetler grew up in Haverford Township, graduated from Haverford High School in 2012 and attended Elon University in North Carolina.
At Haverford High School, Trent was a 4 year Varsity lacrosse player, mid-fielder, face-off guy, and team captain. At the end of Trent's senior year of lacrosse season he was named Team MVP. Trent's number was 17.
Trent tragically took his life in January 2015.
Classmates from Elon University remember Trent:
Photos of Trent
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