This Week: With playoff hopes on the line, the Trinity College field hockey program looks to get back to its winning ways, taking on in-state rival Wesleyan during homecoming weekend. The Bantams need a win to stay in the playoff race, with a bid in the NESCAC tournament on the line.
Trinity (6-7) vs. Wesleyan (5-8)
Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 11 a.m.
Hartford, Conn. — Robin Sheppard Field
Wesleyan Series History: Dating back to its first ever meeting in 1976, the Bantams hold a commanding 36-11-1 record.
Recent History: Trinity looks to make it nine straight wins against the Cardinals; last season, the Bantams won 4-0.
Notes and Numbers:
- Trinity’s last NESCAC game was against #1 Middlebury, and the result was another close loss. The Bantams had the best team in the country on the ropes thanks to two goals from junior Kendall Brown (Rowayton, Mass.).
- Trinity has won five of the six total games this season in non-league competition. The Bantams have fallen in all seven occasions to NESCAC teams.
- Despite the tough conference record, the Bantams haven’t been blown out; every game in the month of October has been decided by one goal, and only two losses this season have come by two goals
- Brown’s two goals put her in the Trinity lead for total points, as she’s the first athlete to eclipse the 20 point marker