This Week: The Trinity College field hockey program will travel to its last non-league game of the season on Tuesday against Springfield before wrapping up the weekend with a road contest against the top team in the country in Middlebury. The Bantams are looking for its first win in four games, falling in on-goal contests in its last three NESCAC games.
Trinity (5-6) at Springfield (7-5)
Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at 4 p.m.
Stagg Field — Springfield, Mass.
Springfield Series History: The Bantams are 15-10 all-time against Springfield, dating back to 1994.
Recent History: Trinity has taken the last eleven meetings, and has scored four goals or better in the last five meetings.
Trinity (5-6) at #1 Middlebury (11-0)
Saturday, October 19, 2019 at 11 a.m.
Kohn Field — Middlebury, Vt.
Middlebury Series History: Dating back to 1984, the Bantams are 9-27 all-time against Middlebuy.
Recent History: Middlebury is 3-1 in its last four meetings with Trinity, with the last Bantam win coming in 2016.
Notes and Numbers:
- In the last three NESCAC contests, freshman Emma Cropper (Wilton, Conn.) has allowed just one goal; she currently holds a .717 save percentage
- Against Hamilton last Saturday, the Bantams not only tallied more penalty corners than the Continentals, but dominated possession and finished with a 17-7 shot differential.
- The last Bantam NESCAC win came on October 2nd against Connecticut College; the 2-1 win was the last time the team scored a goal