The group is rounded out by Tonn and Weis. While the two didn't golf last year, Trigg is familiar with them as they were both members of his softball team as freshmen back in the spring.
"They're both hard workers. They're eager to learn and willing to listen," Trigg said. "(Tuesday) was the first practice for Madison, and Kaylee has improved since the first day of practice.
"I'm expecting pretty good things out of them with no experience."
Effingham's first meet of the year was originally scheduled for today at Rochester, but has been pushed back to Aug. 31.
The Hearts will take the course for the first time Thursday at the Charleston Invitational, joined by regional foes St. Anthony and Teutopolis.
For Trigg and the Hearts, the expectations are simple.
"To continue to improve, which I'm sure they will," he said. "They'll compete and want to win."