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Squash Teams Sweep Columbia, Dartmouth and Colby

Squash Teams Sweep Columbia, Dartmouth and Colby

IAN MACDONALD ’20 STAFF WRITER At the Kellner Center this past Friday, the Bantams opened up the weekend against Columbia. In the first matchup, Columbia third year, and No. 6 nationally ranked player, Osama Khalifa was able to defeat Trinity’s Michael Craig ’19, the Lions would not win another game. An impressive performance from Bantams… Continue Reading

W. Basketball Looks to Build on Four-Game Winning Streak

W. Basketball Looks to Build on Four-Game Winning Streak

NATE CHOUKAS ’18 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Women’s basketball continued their 2016-17 campaign at Norwich University this weekend, claiming a title at the Ed Hockenbury Invitational for the second year in a row. Trinity defeated the Bridgewater State Bears 63-48 in the opening contest, before clipping the Norwich Cadets 56-50 in the final, moving to 4-1 on… Continue Reading

Strong Core of Underclassmen Leads Wrestling Team

Strong Core of Underclassmen Leads Wrestling Team

JUSTIN FORTIER ’18 STAFF WRITER Two years ago, seeing the Trinity Wrestling team finish in any slot above the bottom position might have been considered a miracle, but this year the expectations are much higher. Last fall, the wrestling team brought a massive new infusion of talent, adding 18 new first- years to the roster.… Continue Reading

Hockey Bounces Back From Tough Loss, Beats Amherst

Hockey Bounces Back From Tough Loss, Beats Amherst

MEGHAN O’REILLY ’19 CONTRIBUTING WRITER On Friday, Dec. 2, the Trinity Men’s Hockey Team hosted Hamilton College. A plethora of penalties against the Bantams gave way to three power-play goals scored by Hamilton in the first period alone. Anthony Sabitsky ’18 finally managed to score one goal for Trinity in the second period but a… Continue Reading

Women’s Basketball Starts Solid

Women’s Basketball Starts Solid

NATE CHOUKAS ’18 CONTRIBUTING WRTIER Women’s basketball opened their season 1-1, finishing third in the Curry College Tip-Off Tournament. The Bantams, led by head coach Emily Garner in her first year, dropped their first game to the MIT Engineers 69-47, before defeating the Pine Manor Gators 71-46 in the consolation game. Guard Rebecca Reifler ’19… Continue Reading

Women’s Squash 3-0

Women’s Squash 3-0

IAN MCDONALD ’20 STAFF WRITER In the pre-season polls, the Trinity Women’s Squash team came in at No. 3 in the nation, only behind Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania. Needless to say, the expectations are high for the 2016-17 season. In the opening match for the Bantams, they faced the No. 16 ranked Bates… Continue Reading

Men’s Basketball Bounces Back After Two Overtime Losses

Men’s Basketball Bounces Back After Two Overtime Losses

STEW WILLIAMS ’18 STAFF WRITER Entering last Tuesday, the Bantams were coming off an unfavorable appearance in the Hampton Inn Classic in Dartmouth, where they suffered two overtime losses against Southern Vermont and UMass-Dartmouth. In the UMass-Dartmouth game, the Bants found themselves down 17 in the first half only to salvage the half by finishing… Continue Reading

Trinity Hockey Wins in Dominating Fashion at Home

Trinity Hockey Wins in Dominating Fashion at Home

JUSTIN FORTIER ’18 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Trinity Men’s Ice Hockey started up the season with two conference games and three regular season games. The opening game at Tufts was a tough loss with a 3-1 final score. However, the Bantams didn’t let that stop them from dominating the next three games with a conference win against… Continue Reading

After Four Years, Football Regains NESCAC Crown

After Four Years, Football Regains NESCAC Crown

RYAN MURPHY ’17 SPORTS EDITOR Four years ago I came to Trinity to play football following the 2012 season, in which the team finished with a perfect 8-0 record and a NESCAC Championship. I thought we were invincible; that we would win the championship every year I played. A lot of my freshman class, myself… Continue Reading