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Trinity Champions Honored at Hartford Yard Goats Game

Trinity Champions Honored at Hartford Yard Goats Game

NATE CHOUKAS ’18 SPORTS EDITOR Thursday night, Trinity’s NESCAC Championship teams were honored at Dunkin Donuts Park, as the Hartford Yard Goats defeated the Harrisburg Senators, picking up their first win in the new stadium. The highly anticipated home win is the first for a Hartford based professional baseball team since 1952. Hartford now has… Continue Reading

Track & Field Has Strong Showing as Invitational Hosts

Track & Field Has Strong Showing as Invitational Hosts

ALEX DAHLEM ’20 STAFF WRITER The Trinity College men’s and women’s track and field teams hosted the first Trinity Outdoor Track and Field Invitational in nine years on Saturday. Both teams produced great results on the brand new track and field facilities at Jessee/Miller Field. Top performers for the Bantams in a NESCAC-heavy field were… Continue Reading

Women’s Track & Field Places 2nd at Conn. College

Women’s Track & Field Places 2nd at Conn. College

NATE CHOUKAS ’18 SPORTS EDITOR This past weekend, Women’s Track & Field travelled to New London to participate in the Connecticut College Invitational. Thanks to stellar performances in a variety of events, the Bantams finished second overall in a 17-team field. Trinity finished the event with 90 total points, only to be outdone by the… Continue Reading

Men’s Track & Field Takes 9th Place at Conn. College

Men’s Track & Field Takes 9th Place at Conn. College

ALEX DAHLEM ’20 STAFF WRITER The Trinity College Men’s Track and Field team competed at the Silfen Track and Field Invitational on the campus of Connecticut College this past weekend. The Bantams were barely edged out by Wesleyan University. While Connecticut College led all NESCAC competing teams with a 5th place finish. Franklin Pierce took… Continue Reading

Men’s Tennis Rebounds Against Conn. College

Men’s Tennis Rebounds Against Conn. College

JOSEPH LADD ’19 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Trinity men’s tennis fell to Brandeis University on April 8, but doubles duo Jagger Riefler ’17 and Kyle Scheffers ’18 pulled out a win, taking the set 8-4 against their opponents. Scheffers also won his singles match, by scores of 6-2 and 6-4. The next day, the Bantams had a… Continue Reading

Men’s Golf Wins at New York University Invitational

Men’s Golf Wins at New York University Invitational

CAM CHOTTINER ’20 STAFF WRITER This weekend, the Trinity Bantams Mens Golf team traveled to compete in the NYU Invitational. The Bantams went to Forest Hills Field Club in Bloomfield, New Jersey. There they competed in an 11 team tournament featuring NESCAC rival, Williams College. The Bantams took down Williams, along with the rest of… Continue Reading

Baseball Team Back on Track After 3-1 Week

Baseball Team Back on Track After 3-1 Week

JACK JUNGE ’19 CONTRIBUTING WRITER A five-run eighth inning, highlighted by a two-run blast by junior 2B Cooper Mooney ‘18, led the Trinity College baseball team to a 9-2 victory over the Dean College Bulldogs on Wednesday evening at Murren Family Field at DiBenedetto Stadium. Following this game, the Bantams welcomed Colby to Hartford for… Continue Reading

Women’s Lacrosse Wins, Continues Hot Streak

Women’s Lacrosse Wins, Continues Hot Streak

TAYLOR KAY-GREEN ’19 STAFF WRITER Trinity Women’s Lacrosse moves into April with an impressive 9-1 record. The team is on a 6 game winning streak, with recent wins over Stevens, Tufts, Wheaton, and Bowdoin. The Bantams will head to Connecticut College next Wednesday for another NESCAC conference battle. Currently, the team is ranked No. 6… Continue Reading

Baseball Wins One, Loses Two Against Tufts Jumbos

Baseball Wins One, Loses Two Against Tufts Jumbos

IAN MCDONALD ’20 SPORTS EDITOR The Bantam Baseball team had a busy weekend, playing three games all against conference opponent Tufts University. Finishing the weekend series at 1-2, the Bantams move to an overall record of 8-8. In the first game, Tufts started out strong, putting up three runs in the second inning alone. Fielding… Continue Reading