Sports Highlights

Trinity women's squash senior co-captain Amina Helal reached the finals of the CSA National Singles Championships for the fourth straight year. After winning the title as a freshman and sophomore, Amina lost for the second year in a row to Yale's Michelle Quibell.

The men's basketball team reached the second round of the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament, defeating Lasell in the first round, 72-66, before losing at Brockport State in the second round for the second time in three years. Sophomore Tyler Rhoten was named to the All-NESCAC First Team and the All-Northeast Region First Team.

The men's ice hockey team reached the finals of the NESCAC Championship Tournament for the third straight season, after defeating Colby, 4-2, in the semifinals and losing to Middlebury, 6-2, in the finals. The Bantams won the league title in 2002-03. Juniors Joseph Ori and Doug Kisielius and sophomore Brendan Timmins were named to the All-NESCAC First Team, and seniors Dan Gyllstrom and Kevin Dmochowsky made the NESCAC All-Academic Team.

Sophomore heavyweight wrestler Michael Blair finished third in the NCAA Division III National Championships at Loras College in Iowa. Blair earned All-American honors for the second straight year. He qualified for the NCAA Tournament after winning the New England Heavyweight title two weeks earlier. Seniors Mark Foresi and Michael Doros both finished second in New England in their respective weight classes and both were NESCAC All-Academic selections.

The women's indoor track and field distance medley relay team finished fifth in the NCAA Division III National Championships at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. The team of senior tri-captain Karen Roy, junior Christina Kane, sophomore Haley McConaghy, and freshman Kristina Miner finished the race in 12:04, and all four earned All-American honors.

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