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Trinity Field Hockey Captain And Coaches Featured In Media In 2018-19

Trinity Field Hockey Captain And Coaches Featured In Media In 2018-19

Hartford, Conn. - Trinity College 2018 co-captain Chandler Solimine (Pelham, N.Y.) '19 was featured in the Pelham Examiner last month after being one of seven nominees for the NCAA Woman of the Year award by the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC).  Also this off-season, Bantam Assistant Field Hockey Coach Katie Kloeckener was profiled by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) on as part of its "Ask A Coach" series, while Trinity Head Coach Anne Parmenter was included in a Hartford Courant story, in Hartford Magazine, and in a story on the college's website ( about tennis legend Chris Evert's visit to the Trinity campus to kick off Women's History Month in early March. 

Solimine was the NESCAC Offensive Player of the Year and Trinity's senior female athlete of the year in 2018-19.  Parmenter interviewed Evert in front of a packed house in Trinity's Washington Room, which included many Bantam student-athletes.  Kloeckener joined the Trinity field hockey program in 2016 after spending eight years at Sacred Heart University in various capacities, and serves as an assistant coach to NFHCA Hall of Famer Anne Parmneter and is the Bantams' recruiting coordinator. The Bantams have qualified for the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament in two of Kloeckener's first three seasons, and barely missed the 2018 field despite a 12-5 record. Kloeckener played field hockey at Ball State University, where she was named to the Mid-American Conference (MAC) All-Academic Team as well as the NFHCA Academic Team for each of her four years. She played for a Cardinal team that was the Mid-American (MAC) Championship Runner-Up in 2006.

read the Chandler Solimine feature in the Pelham Examiner

read the profile on Katie Kloeckener

read the Hartford Courant's story on Coach Partmenter's interview with tennis legend Chris Evert

read the Chris Evert story on the Trinity web site