This Week: The Bantams, after a busy three-game week, will look to get back into the NESCAC win column on Saturday, taking on #7 Bowdoin at home.
#17 Trinity (4-2) v. #7 Bowdoin (6-1)
Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 11 a.m.
Robin Sheppard Field
Bowdoin Series History: The Polar Bears hold a 22-16 overall record against Trinity, dating back to the first meeting in 1985.
Recent History: The Bantams have taken the last two contests, both by just one goal; 2017’s matchup went into overtime, and 2018’s road contest resulted in a 2-1 Trinity victory.
Notes and Numbers:
- Senior Caroline Curtin (Andover, Mass.) leads the team with 13 points through the opening six games, finding the back of the net twice in Trinity’s most recent win against Endicott — she’s currently second in the conference in points and third in goals scored.
- Freshman goalkeeper Emma Cropper (Wilton, Conn.) leads the team between the pipes, allowing 1.68 goals per game while holding a .708 save percentage.
- The Bantams have allowed just two goals at home this season, posting a shutout victory last week against Keene and conceding one goal against both Smith and Williams this year.
- Curtin, along with sophomore Caelin Flaherty (Upton, Mass.), junior Kendall Brown (Greenwich, Conn.), and senior Jordan Ragland (Westport, Conn.) have combined for 15 of the team’s 17 total goals.