Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Author Archives: nchoukas

Trump Sparks Controversy With Criticism of Black Athletes

ALEX DAHLEM ’20 SPORTS EDITOR President Donald Trump sparked a major controversy this past week when he suddenly and deliberately called out two major American professional athletes who have been vocal dissenters of his administration. Colin Kaepernick, the former quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, and Steph Curry, the all-star point guard for the Golden… Continue Reading

Golf Wins NESCAC Qualifier by 20 Shots

JOSEPH LADD ’19 STAFF WRITER Trinity Men’s golf capped off their successful fall season with a dominating victory at the NESCAC Championship qualifier this past weekend. The Bantams hosted the qualifier, per a rotation within the conference, at Indian Hill Country Club in Newington, CT. Co-captain Kole Kelly (’18), who shot a two day total… Continue Reading

Football Wins Again, Defeats Williams Ephs 17-9

CAM CHOTTINER ’20 STAFF WRITER This weekend, the undefeated Trinity Bantams football team welcomed another undefeated rival, the Williams College Ephs. Less than five minutes into the contest, defensive end Brandon Blaise (’18) recovered a fumble by Ephs running back, Connor Harris. This fumble at the Williams 12 yard line quickly proved costly as running… Continue Reading

Field Hockey Rolling, Wins Third Straight Game

TAYLOR KAY-GREEN ’19 CONTRIBUTING WRITER This weekend, Trinity Women’s field hockey took home their third straight victory. Trinity bested University of New England 4-3. The match was close right from the beginning with 5 goals scored in the first half. Kendall Brown (’21), and Nicole Quinlan (’20) scored the first two goals for the Bantams,… Continue Reading

Men’s Soccer Drops Two, Women’s Soccer Wins

JOSEPH LADD ’19 STAFF WRITER Men’s soccer suffered two losses this past week, the first being a close match against out-of-conference opponent Endicott College last Wednesday. In fact, it was the Bantams’ first out of conference loss since 2011. Trinity kept close during the first half, allowing only one Endicott goal, but fell behind 2-0… Continue Reading

Bants Destroy Bobcats 51-0 on the Road

NATE CHOUKAS ’18 SPORTS EDITOR Following their Week 1 stomping of the Colby Mules, the Trinity College Football Bantams travelled to Lewiston, Maine to face the Bates Bobcats this Saturday. Trinity picked up right where they left off, dusting the hosting Bobcats 51-0 for their second blowout victory of the young season. Throughout the contest,… Continue Reading

Field Hockey Wins One, Suffers Two Tough Losses

CAM CHOTTINER ’20 STAFF WRITER Following a strong 2016 season that led the Bantam Field Hockey team to an NCAA DIII Tournament berth, Trinity opened the 2017 season ranked 10th in the country, and got off to a blazing hot start against Smith College on September 7th. The Bantams were held to the scoreboard for… Continue Reading

Bantams Stomp Mules in Football Season Opener

MADISON VAUGHN ’21 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The afternoon of September 16 was sweltering hot, but the stands were packed as Trinity and Colby met on Jessee/ Miller Field for the first contest of their 2017 seasons. Although just the first of a nine game season, Trinity had an opportunity to keep alive its winning streak dating… Continue Reading

Strong Start for Bantam XC

JOSEPH LADD ’19 STAFF WRITER The Trinity Bantams cross-country program opened Fall 2017 with first place finishes at the Trinity Invitational two weeks ago. Both the men and women’s teams raced to the finish line ahead of 11 other schools, marking both teams’ first wins of the season. Captain Briana Daley (’18) finished third overall… Continue Reading