2019 Trinity Baseball News

  • Assistant Coach Tim Mayo Leaving Trinity Baseball For Head Job At Nichols College
    November 13, 2018
    Hartford, Conn. - Trinity College Assistant Baseball Coach Tim Mayo has been hired as the new head baseball coach at Nichols College.
  • Baseball Announces 2019 Campaign
    October 24, 2018
    Hartford, Conn. – Trinity College Baseball Head Coach Bryan Adamski (6th season) has announced his team's schedule for the upcoming 2019 season, which features the Bantams annual spring break trip, this year to Lexington, S.C. for the second year in a row, a pair of tournaments in front of their home crowd at Murren Family Field at DiBenedetto Stadium and 16 total home games.
  • Trinity Baseball Welcomes Incoming Freshman Prospects
    October 18, 2018
    Hartford, Conn. - The Trinity College baseball team, coached by Bryan Adamski (4th season), has announced its 13-member incoming class of freshman prospects for the 2019 season.
  • Trinity Baseball Names Trio of Captains Ahead of 2019 Season
    October 18, 2018
    Hartford, Conn. - The Trinity College baseball team, under the guidance of Head Coach Bryan Adamski (6th season), has named seniors Johnny Stamatis (Ridgfield, Conn.) and Erik Mohl (Milton, Mass.) and junior Alex Rodriguez (South Windsor, Conn.) as captains for the upcoming 2019 season. 
  • Trinity Sports Teams Give Back To The Community Each Year On Do It Day
    October 17, 2018
    Hartford, Conn. - On the first weekend after classes begin at Trinity College, the Bantam student-athletes go out into the Hartford community, along with several other college groups, and volunteer to work at locations like parks, schools, and churches.
  • Trinity Athletics Mourns the Passing of Former Baseball Captain Keith Rafaniello
    September 18, 2018
    Hartford, Conn. - Former Trinity College baseball player Keith Rafaniello passed away on Saturday, September 1, at the age of 48. Rafaniello was a captain of Trinity's baseball team in 1992 and eventually went on to receive a Master's degree and Sixth Year Certificate in Education Technology from Fairfield University. During the 1992 season, Rafaniello and the Bantams put together a 19-9 record, the program's highest win total ever at the time.