Sports Highlights

Field Hockey Completes Solid Season
The field hockey team completed its best season since 1998, posting an 8-7 record and qualifying for the NESCAC Championship Tournament for the first time. The Bantams lost a hard-fought first round playoff game at eventual champion Williams College on October 31. Senior forward Jessica Baker emerged as one of the conferenceís best scorers with 13 goals.

Menís Basketball Ranked Sixth in Pre-Season Poll
Trinityís menís basketball team, which posted a 22-5 record and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament last season, is ranked No. 6 in the Street & Smith Magazine Pre-season Division III national poll. Junior forward Tyler Rhoten was selected to the Street & Smith Division III Pre-Season All-American First Team. The Bantams, under the direction of Head Coach Stan Ogrodnik, begin their season at home on November 18 in the Trinity Invitational Tip-Off Tournament.

Menís Ice Hockey Ranked 15th in Pre-Season Poll
The menís ice hockey team, which posted a 16-9-1 record in 2003-04 and advanced to the finals of the NESCAC Championship Tournament for the third straight season, is ranked No. 15 in the United States College Hockey Online (USCHO.com) Division III pre-season national poll. The Bantams, with Head Coach John Dunham at the helm, begin their season on November 19 against Salem State and will give Dunham his 400th career victory with their first win of the season.

 

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