Trinity’s women’s soccer team, coached by Michael Smith, finished with an 11–5–4 overall record and tied Middlebury for third place in the NESCAC with a 7–3 record in conference play. The Bantams qualified for the NESCAC Championship Tournament for the 11th time and the fourth year in a row and downed Tufts 1–0 in the quarterfinals before advancing past No. 2-ranked Williams on penalty kicks after a 1–1 tie in the semifinals. Trinity lost 2–1 to Amherst in the finals but qualified for its second NCAA Division III Championship Tournament as an at-large selection. The Bantams came out on top again on penalty kicks after posting a scoreless stalemate against Worcester Tech in the NCAA First Round at William Smith but fell 3–0 at top-ranked William Smith in the second round. Trinity senior tri-captain back Sheena Landy, junior goalkeeper Julia Pitino, and sophomore F/M Taylor Kirchgessner were each named to the All-NESCAC First Team.
The Trinity College men’s soccer team, coached by Mike Pilger, finished with a 7–7–2 overall record and placed seventh in the NESCAC with a 3–6–1 record in league play. The Bantams lost 4–1 against No. 3-ranked Amherst in the NESCAC Quarterfinals. Senior captain midfielder Tobias Gimand was named to the All-NESCAC First Team for the second year in a row.