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Trey Is Good Luck. Sometimes.

Alt textSometime Trey Boyer is Troy Beyer. Sometimes he’s Trygga Trey. Sometimes he’s good luck, and as soon as he’s bad luck he changes locations. It all makes sense, you just have to keep reading.

What we’ll tell you now is that Trey has been a pretty awesome member of Hudl Support since joining the team eight months ago. He’s so good, in fact, that sales stole him away just this month. Now he’s busy making Club & Youth a big deal. He knows what he’s talking about, too. Not only did he grow up playing sports, but he lived with a coach for 18 years. So much insight!

“I grew up in the thriving metropolis of Plainview, Neb., about 30 miles north of Norfolk, or 2.5 hours north of Lincoln. I played nearly every sport available growing up. In many of these sports, I was coached by my dad who works as a teacher and coach at Plainview High School. There were several nights we came home after a hard practice at each other’s throats. But having a parent as a coach made the victories even sweeter. I was also lucky enough to be born with the most supportive mom in the world. I am the oldest of four kids, with two brothers and a sister. My family is everything to me.

“After high school, I had far too much fun attending the University of Nebraska at Kearney, where I majored in finance. I will marry the love of my life in May (unless she changes her mind). After our engagement, we moved to Lincoln and I joined the Coach Support team at Hudl in May 2013. I was definitely a small town kid growing up, but I am loving the “big city” life and couldn’t be happier. I get to talk sports with athletes and coaches across the nation on a daily basis. What more can a guy ask for? I recently moved over to Club & Youth sales team, where I help coaches from 12 southern states, Michigan and Ohio dominate with Hudl.”

What are some of your New Year’s resolutions?
Get back in shape. Hudl lunches take their toll after a while.

What’s the nicest thing anyone has ever said to you?
Without a doubt, it was when my fiancée said yes to marrying me. Agreeing to spend the rest of your life with someone is pretty incredible.

Any superstitions?
I am incredibly superstitious. The night before my first high school game, my family had steak for supper. I ended up having a great game, so steak was my go-to meal for the next four seasons. I am the same way watching sports. For example, if my team scores when I’m in the kitchen, I’m hanging out in the kitchen until the luck runs outs. It’s straight out of the new Bud Light commercials.

How do you feel about winter? And the cold? And Lincoln during this season?
I really dislike winter and hate the cold. Driving becomes ridiculous, my car is always dirty, and it takes longer to get anywhere because a coat is required. And Christmas music? No. All of that being said, Nebraska is too awesome to give up.

What’s your ideal climate?
85 degrees and sunny. We vacationed to Hilton Head, S.C. a few years ago. It was paradise.

If there was an apocalypse in the Midwest, which coast would you flee toward?
I’ll base my answer on the typical apocalyptic movie. The West Coast usually features a major earthquake causing California to break off into the ocean, so I’ll choose the East Coast, but not NYC. The Carolinas seem promising.

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