Monday, April 22, 2019

Category Archives: SPORTS

Women’s History Month: Tennis Legend Chris Evert

Joe Ladd ’19 Sports Editor Last Friday, tennis legend Chris Evert arrived at Trinity for an hour-long discussion with field hockey head coach Anne Parmenter in celebration of 50 years of coeducation here at Trinity. Students, faculty, and visitors filled the Washington Room in full-capacity as the community gathered to hear the legendary women’s tennis… Continue Reading

Men’s Hockey Wins NESCAC Title

Men’s Hockey Wins NESCAC Title

Cat MacLennan ’20 Staff Writer Trinity men’s hockey played two fiercely competitive games this weekend to win the NESCAC championship and to advance to the NCAA tournament next weekend. The Koeppel center was packed with eclectic fans cheering on the Bantams. On Saturday, the Bantams fought hard against the Hamilton College Continentals. The Bantams set… Continue Reading

Track and Field has a Solid End to Winter Season

Track and Field has a Solid End to Winter Season

Mateo Vazquez ’21 Sports Editor Women’s indoor track throughout their winter season has had quite an amazing experience. With records set throughout the season, the Bantams have continued to strive towards new heights. However, this past weekend over Trinity Days, the track and field team was able to have a strong finish at the New… Continue Reading

Women’s Squash Suffers Tough Loss To Harvard

Mateo Vazquez ’21 Sports Editor Those who were on campus can attest that Trinity had an exhilarating weekend for squash. Trinity College had the opportunity to host the CSA National team tournament which also is referred to as the Howe Cup. This tournament is the largest women’s tournament that is run by US Squash. The… Continue Reading

Hockey Team Enters the NESCAC Tournament

Hockey Team Enters the NESCAC Tournament

Cat MacLennan ’20 Staff Writer The Trinity women’s and men’s hockey teams were both at home this weekend competing for the quarterfinals of the NESCAC tournament. The women’s team played the Amherst College Mammoths in a nail-biting game and the men’s team took down the Tufts University Jumbo’s; both teams played on Saturday. The women’s… Continue Reading

Women’s Squash Takes NESCAC

Mateo Vasquez ’21 Sports Editor  After what can only be described as an amazing victory, the Trinity College women’s squash team has once again won the NESCAC Championship for the 13th year in a row. The stands were packed with dedicated squash fans from around New England. The tournament went from Friday to Sunday and… Continue Reading

Men’s Hockey Takes Bowdoin, Colby Over Weekend

Cam Chottiner ’20 Staff Writer This weekend the Trinity Bantams Men’s Hockey team hit the ice for back to back home tilts against two of the NESCAC’s Maine schools. On Friday night, the Bantams took on Colby as Trinity hosted a “Hockey Fights Cancer Night.” The team sold t-shirts in an effort to raise money… Continue Reading

Indoor Track and Field Programs Compete on Big Stage

Joe Ladd ’19 Sports Editor This past weekend, both the men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams traveled north to Boston to compete in the Valentine Invitational on Friday, as well as the Gordon Kelly Invitational on Saturday. Boston University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology hosted each invitational, respectively. Both Bantam teams wanted… Continue Reading

Women’s Squash Takes NESCAC

Mateo Vazquez ’21 Sports Editor After what can only be described as an amazing victory, the Trinity College women’s squash team has once again won the NESCAC Championship for the 13th year in a row. The stands were packed with dedicated squash fans from around New England. The tournament went from Friday to Sunday and… Continue Reading

Men’s and Women’s Squash Have Victorious Weekend

Men’s and Women’s Squash Have Victorious Weekend

Cam Chottiner ’20 Staff Writer With both teams rolling, men’s and women’s squash looked to keep up their red hot, yet typical, play with busy weeks facing Yale at home on Wednesday, Penn on the road on Saturday, and Williams back home just one day later on Sunday. With so many matches and so little… Continue Reading