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Category Archives: SPORTS

Men’s Soccer Suffers A Close Defeat to Williams

Men’s Soccer Suffers A Close Defeat to Williams

MATEO VAZQUEZ’21 SPORTS EDITOR   This past homecoming weekend many of The College’s athletic teams were out in full force to represent that Bantam pride. Unfortunately, the men’s soccer team lost a very close game to Middlebury College on Saturday, which put them at a 2-11 overall record for the season. The Bantams had an… Continue Reading

Volleyball Takes Two of Three Matches Last Weekend

Volleyball Takes Two of Three Matches Last Weekend

CAMERON CHOTTINER ’20 STAFF WRITER   In an action-packed homecoming weekend, the women’s volleyball team battled three opponents right here on campus, two of whom were NESCAC rivals. On Friday, the Bantams got the weekend started against the Williams College Ephs in what proved to be a hard-fought battle. Williams got off to an exceptionally… Continue Reading

Football Overcomes Early Deficit to Defeat Tufts

Football Overcomes Early Deficit to Defeat Tufts

JOE LADD ’19 SPORTS EDITOR This past Saturday, the Bantams faced the unbeaten Tufts University Jumbos in front of a large homecoming crowd at the Jessee/Miller field. After giving up two touchdowns in the games first ten minutes, the Bantams came back with a whopping 30 unanswered points. The Bantams got on the board in… Continue Reading

Football Suffers Unfortunate Defeat To Williams

Football Suffers Unfortunate Defeat To Williams

MATEO VAZQUEZ ’21 SPORTS EDITOR   The Trinity College men’s football team suffered an unfortunate defeat against a well-matched opponent Williams College who is now on a three-game winning streak. Although the Bantams lost this match they were able to hold an impressive defense which lasted late into the fourth quarter. It is safe to… Continue Reading

Men’s Golf finishes second in NESCAC Qualifier

Men’s Golf finishes second in NESCAC Qualifier

JOE LADD ’19 SPORTS EDITOR   The Trinity Men’s golf team competed last weekend in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Championship qualifier. The Bantams took their talents to Lyman Orchards Golf Course in Middletown, Connecticut as the qualifier came to Wesleyan University’s home course. After two days of competition, the Bantams finished… Continue Reading

Field Hockey Puts Shut-Out on U. of New England

Field Hockey Puts Shut-Out on U. of New England

JOE LADD’19 SPORTS EDITOR   For the fifth game in a row, the Trinity women’s field hockey team beat their opponent in a complete shut-out. The Bantams, who are ranked no. 18 in the nation, improved their record to 6-2. Trinity routed the University of New England Nor’easters in a 5-0 victory last Saturday at… Continue Reading

Women’s Soccer Scores First Win. Next Stop: Emerson

Women’s Soccer Scores First Win. Next Stop: Emerson

MATEO VAZQUEZ ’21 SPORTS EDITOR   Saturday the Women’s soccer team traveled to Clinton, NY to face off against the Hamilton College Continentals. The game turned into an intense back and forth action with both offenses putting pressure on the defense. The Continentals defense was relentless as they shut down many of the offenses drives… Continue Reading

Men’s Golf Places 2nd out of 22 Teams at Middlebury

Men’s Golf Places 2nd out of 22 Teams at Middlebury

CAMERON CHOTTINER ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER   After starting the season in spectacular fashion by shooting a school record in the Bill Detrick Invitational at Indian Hill Country Club, the Bantams took their talents to the Duke Nelson Invitational hosted by Middlebury College. On Saturday, the Bantams got off to a bit of a slow start,… Continue Reading

Field Hockey Falls to Hamilton in Close Match Up

Field Hockey Falls to Hamilton in Close Match Up

COREY WISE ’19 CONTRIBUTING WRITER   After splitting their last two games the previous week, the Trinity field hockey team suffered a narrow loss to the Hamilton Continentals. This loss signaled the second loss of the season, but more importantly their second conference loss. Similar to last week’s Williams loss, the match against Hamilton was… Continue Reading