Ice Hockey


The Trinity men’s ice hockey team, led by Head Coach Matt Greason ’03 in his sixth season, finished with a 21–7–3 overall record and third in the NESCAC with an 11–5–2 league mark. The Bantams won their second consecutive NESCAC title with a 4–1 win against Tufts, a 4–2 victory against Williams at Hamilton, and a 3–2 win in overtime at Hamilton, qualifying for the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament for the third year in a row. Trinity downed Plattsburgh State 4–1 in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament and edged Endicott 2–1 in double overtime in the quarterfinals to reach the NCAA Division III Frozen Four in Utica, New York, for the second time in three seasons. Trinity defeated St. Norbert 3–2 in the semifinal round before falling 4–1 to Norwich in the finals to finish as the NCAA Division III national runner-up. Trinity first-year defenseman Liam Feeney was named to 2016–17 United States College Hockey Online ( Division III Men’s Ice Hockey National All-Rookie Team, while senior forward Sean Orlando was selected for the New England Hockey Writers Division II/III New England All-Star Team. Junior forward Anthony Sabitsky received All-NESCAC First Team honors, and Orlando graced the All-NESCAC Second Team.


Trinity’s women’s ice hockey team, led by Head Coach Keith Maurice in his second season, finished with a 9–13–3 overall record and in fourth place in the NESCAC with an 8–6–2 mark against the league. The Bantams lost to Amherst 2–0 in the NESCAC quarterfinals.