Men’s Indoor Track & Field
Trinity first-year Aman Stuppard finished third with a distance of 47’11.00” in the triple jump to earn All-American honors at the NCAA Division III Men’s Indoor Track and Field Championships, where the Bantams tied several other teams for 34th place. Sophomore tri-captain Patrick Hoagland finished second in the mile run with a time of 4:18.22, and Stuppard added a sixth-place distance in the triple jump as Trinity tied Buffalo State, Cortland State, and Oswego State for 28th place in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III Championships. Hoagland and Stuppard earned All-ECAC honors for their performances. Stuppard cleared a College-record distance of 48’03.50” to take fourth place in the triple jump at the New England Open Championship Meet, where Trinity tied Keene State for 30th place. Stuppard finished second among the six Division III entries in the 22-person field and earned All-New England Open honors. In the New England Division III Championships, Stuppard finished fourth in the triple jump as Trinity finished 21st. Trinity’s 4×400-meter relay team, with sophomores Geoff Bocobo and James Gustafson and first-years Yosa Nosamiefan and Jack Ostrowski, added an eighth-place finish. Stuppard and all four relayers earned All-New England honors for their performances.
Women’s Indoor Track & Field
Trinity junior Jenna Wilborne finished 16th with a distance of 35’07.75” in the triple jump at the NCAA Division III Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships. Wilborne’s mark was short of her career-best of 37’05.61”, attained the previous week in the ECAC Division III Championships. At the ECAC meet, Wilborne finished fifth, classmate Megan Darnley took sixth in the pole vault, and both collected All-ECAC recognition as Trinity came in 41st place. Darnley cleared a College-record height of 11’05.75” to tie for sixth place in the pole vault at the New England Open Championship Meet, where Trinity tied Division I Maine for 28th place. She finished second of seven Division III vaulters in the 21-person field and earned All-New England Open honors. In the New England Division III Championships, Wilborne came in second place in the triple jump as Trinity claimed 18th place. Darnley placed seventh in the pole vault, while the 4×400-meter relay team also came in seventh, with a College-record time of 4:06.51. Darnley and all four members of the relay–senior captain Julianne McDonough, Wilborne, sophomore Olivia Reny, and first-year Katie Tonyai–earned All-New England honors for their performances.