Sports at Trinity
for the first month of the 2003 season have revealed high hopes for
several Bantam teams. Trinity football, the defending NESCAC
Co-Champions, are 2-0. The Bantams blanked Williams, 10-0, on
September 27 in a match-up of the 2002 NESCAC football co-champs.
Trinity is now in a first-place tie in the NESCAC.
In women's soccer,
Bantam senior captain Kate Salottolo has helped Trinity get off to the
best start in its recent memory at 4-2. She scored four goals in
three games during the week of September 15-21, and, along with fellow
senior captains Lindsay Aquilina, Courtney Doyle, and Rachel Tracy,
has led the Bantams to exciting, one-point wins against league rivals
Middlebury and Colby as well as the Coast Guard Academy.
The Trinity women's
cross country team has climbed to number nine in the nation after
winning the Connecticut College and UMass-Dartmouth Invitationals in
consecutive weeks. Junior Christina Kane, senior tri-captains
Elizabeth Brown, Kristina DePeau, and Karen Roy form the nucleus of a
veteran team that is likely to return to the NCAA Division III
National Championship for a second straight season.
Trinity head field
hockey coach Anne Parmenter and head men's basketball coach Stanley
Ogrodnik were named to the Connecticut State Field Hockey Coaches Hall
of Fame and the New England Basketball Hall of Fame, respectively,
over the last two weeks. Parmenter has amassed over 100 victories and
six post-season appearances as head coach at Trinity and Connecticut
College for the last 16 years. Ogrodnik has led Trinity to close to
400 wins and coached Trinity teams to the NCAA Division III
Championship Tournament four times, including a Final Four appearance
tennis senior co-captain Diana Goldman claimed the 2003
Intercollegiate Tennis Association New England Championship title on
Sunday, September 28, at Bowdoin College. Goldman breezed through the
field, winning four matches in straight sets to reach the finals.
Goldman now advances to the National ITA National Small College
Championships in Corpus Christi, Texas, on October 16-19.
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