The Bantam men’s ice hockey team, coached by Matt Greason ’03, finished the season with a 21–6–1 overall record and in second place in the NESCAC with a 14–4 league mark. The Bantams won the NESCAC Championship Tournament title with a 3–1 quarterfinal win over Colby, a 4–3 semifinal win against Tufts, and a 5–1 victory against Amherst in the finals for their third league crown. Defending NCAA champion Trinity earned a chance to defend its national title but lost 4-0 against UMass Boston in the opening round. Trinity junior forward Sean Orlando was named to the All-NESCAC First Team, the New England Hockey Writers All-New England Division II/III Team, and the CCM Division II/III All-American Third Team, while junior forward Ryan Cole and sophomore forward Anthony Sabitsky each graced the All-NESCAC Second Team.
Trinity’s women’s ice hockey team, coached by Keith Maurice, finished the season with a 15–9–2 overall record and tied Williams for fourth place in the NESCAC with a 7–7–2 league mark. The Bantams won 2–1 in overtime on the road against the Ephs in the NESCAC Quarterfinals before falling to Middlebury 3–1 in the semifinals.