Monday, August 19, 2019

Category Archives: SPORTS

Rowing Advances to Grand Finals of Knecht Cup

Rowing Advances to Grand Finals of Knecht Cup

Mateo Vazquez ’21 Sports Editor On Friday afternoon the Trinity College men’s rowing team departed campus and made the four-hour drive to Cherry Hill, New Jersey to face off against some great crews from around the nation at the Knecht Cup. The lineup of crews that they had the chance to compete against provided them… Continue Reading

Trinity Men’s Golf Captures First Win of Spring

Trinity Men’s Golf Captures First Win of Spring

Joe Ladd ’19 Sports Editor While many of us were glued to the T.V. this past Sunday as Tiger Woods surged on the back nine of Augusta National Golf Club en route to his fifth green jacket and fifteenth major title, the Trinity College men’s golf team were busy capturing a title of their own.… Continue Reading

Men’s Lacrosse Defense Holds Bowdoin for a Win

Mateo Vazquez ’21 Sports Editor This week the men’s lacrosse team stepped up their game and were able to secure two wins after suffering a tough defeat to Tufts during spring break.Their first match wasagainst the University of Massachusetts (Wheaton). The Bantams absolutely dominated throughout the game with their ability to continuously suppress the defense.… Continue Reading

Baseball Opens NESCAC Play With a Sweep Win

Cam Chottiner ’20 Staff Writer 2019 has been successful for the Bantam baseball program thus far. This weekend, the surging Trinity College Bantams baseball team kicked off NESCAC play against Bowdoin despite playing at Colby’s fields in Waterville, Maine. The Bantams, who entered the weekend with a 9-2 record looked to take advantage of a… Continue Reading

Men’s Golf Travels to Florida; Prepares for Season

Men’s Golf Travels to Florida; Prepares for Season

Joe Ladd ’19 Sports Editor Amidst the cold and dreary tail-end of winter, nothing is more exciting to a college golfer than signs of sunshine. As the weather continues to get better here in Hartford, the golf courses in the surrounding the area have yet to get back in proper shape, thus thwarting any possibility… Continue Reading

Women’s Crew Prepares for Season During Break

Lilla Schmidt ’22 Contributing Writer Over spring break, the Trinity College women’s crew team travelled to Orlando, Florida for their annual training trip for the second year in a row. The team stayed at Camp Ithiel, and rowed every day at Lake Down, where Shaquille O’Neil has a summer home. The week culminated in a… Continue Reading

A Strong Open to the Women’s Lacrosse Spring Season

Mateo Vazquez ’21 Sports Editor While there has been a lot of action going on in sports for the men’s hockey team this weekend, it was also the start of the women’s lacrosse season as they faced off against Skidmore and Williams. Their first match of the season was against Skidmore College. Although this game… Continue Reading

Men’s Hockey Suffers Loss to UNE in NCAA

Cam Chottiner ’20 Staff Writer On Saturday night, the Trinity College Bantams hockey team hosted the University of New England Nor’easters in the first round of the 2019 NCAA Division III Hockey Championship. In front of a packed crowd at the Koepell Center in Hartford, the game got off to a fast start. Both Trinity… Continue Reading

Abby Hart ’19 Takes on Role as Crew Captain

Abby Hart ’19 Takes on Role as Crew Captain

Joe Ladd ’19 Sports Editor It’s not often one sees a coxswain as a captain on a rowing team, especially one of an opposite gender, but Abby Hart ’19 has proven that both can happen. The senior coxswain from Chester, Vermont is entering the 2019 spring season as one of the tri-captains on the men’s… Continue Reading

Tripod Looks Ahead at the Upcoming Spring Season

Joe Ladd ’19 Sports Editor As we transition from the winter sports season into the spring, Trinity athletics is hoping to capitalize on off-season training and preparation in order for a successful–and dominant–spring season. Strength coaches  Bill DeLongis, Anastasia Gaudreau, and Conal Koppisch have led off-season student athletes in the gym in order to keep… Continue Reading