Currently playing at Forge FC, Triston has established himself as one of the very top goalkeepers in Canada. With back to back Canadian Premier League championships and a 2020 Golden Glove, Triston's has played in over 100 games in professional career to date.
With Forge FCs success on the pitch it has also enabled Triston to compete at the highest level of club soccer in North America playing in the CONCACAF Champions League.
Before his professional success, Triston had to go through the inevitable ups and downs that a student athltete goes through throughout their college career.
Starting at Herkimer Community College, Triston would go on to play for one of the colleges most successful teams in their history. A 37-3 record in his two seasons, 29 career shutouts, and a 2013 NSCAA All-American first team recipient and 2x NJCAA National Champion. His success on the pitch and in the classroom attracted interest for D1 schools across the country.
Triston would move to UCONN for a year before transferring to Quinnipiac University where he would earn his Criminal Justice degree and play every game that year. His experience and displays in college prompting interest from professional clubs upon his graduation.