Sports Highlights

Men's Basketball

The men's basketball team finished the regular season with an 18-6 record and a 6-3 mark in the NESCAC. Included among those wins was a 94-65 win at Connecticut College, which gave Head Coach Stan Ogrodnik the 400th win of his Bantam career. In 24 seasons, Ogrodnik is 407-167 for a .709 winning percentage with 14 post-season appearances, including five NCAA appearances. Junior Tyler Rhoten was recently named the NESCAC Player of the Week and the ECAC New England Player of the Week, after scoring 44 points in a pair of wins over Middlebury and Williams. Senior co-captain John Halas set a new College record for career three-pointers with five treys against Williams. He broke the previous mark of 190 and currently has 206 three-pointers. The Bantams have qualified for the NESCAC Championship Tournament for the fifth straight year and will host Wesleyan in the quarterfinals on Saturday, February 19 at 3 p.m.

Men's Ice Hockey

 

The men's ice hockey team has risen to a best-ever No. 6 ranking in the United States College Hockey Online’s (USCHO.com) Division III national rankings and has clinched the top seed in the NESCAC Championship Tournament for the first time. The Bantams, who are 17-2-2 overall and 13-2-2 in the league with two games remaining, will host a quarterfinal game at Kingswood-Oxford Rink in West Hartford on Saturday, February 26. Senior Doug Kisielius was recently selected as the NESCAC Player of the Week and to the USCHO.com National Honor Roll. Kisielius made a total of 90 saves in a 4-1 win at Colby and a 4-4 tie at Bowdoin, both of whom were ranked in the top 15 in the nation.

All 11 Trinity Winter Teams Make Post-Season

The women's squash team will compete in the College Squash Association National Championship Tournament (Howe Cup) as the No. 3 seed against Penn. The tournament will take place February 18-20 at Princeton. The Bantams have been to the Howe Cup Finals the last four years.

The men's squash team has clinched the top seed in the College Squash Association National Championship Tournament (Potter Trophy), which will take place February 25-27 at Harvard. The Bantams have won the last six national titles and own the nation's longest winning streak in any collegiate varsity sport at 122 consecutive victories.

The wrestling team will compete in the New England Championships February 19-20 at Johnson and Wales. Both senior captain David Bucco (165 lbs.) and junior captain Michael Blair (heavyweight) are favored to win their weight class tournaments and advance to the NCAA Division III National Championships in March.

The women's swimming and diving team will compete in the NESCAC Championships at Middlebury, February 18-20, and the men's swimming and diving team will compete in the NESCAC Championships at Wesleyan, February 25-27.

The men's indoor track and field team will compete in the New England Division III Championships on Saturday, February 19 at Tufts, and the women's indoor track and field team will compete in the New England Division III Championships the same day at Smith.

The women's basketball team has qualified for the NESCAC Championship Tournament for the third time, and will play at Bowdoin in a quarterfinal game on Saturday, February 19.

The women's ice hockey team has qualified for the NESCAC Championship Tournament for the first time, and will play a quarterfinal game at a site to be determined on Saturday, February 26.


 

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