THIS WEEK: The Trinity College men's soccer team enters the week with a 1-5 record after going 0-2 last week. The Bantams return to action on Tuesday when they travel to in-state New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) rival Connecticut College before making the trek up to Maine on Saturday for a 2 p.m. tilt at Bates.
Conn College Series History: Trinity is 21-21-2 against the Camels since the innaugural matchup in 1974.
Recent history against the Camels: Trinity fell to Conn College, 3-2, last season in Hartford.
Bates Series History: Trinity is 11-7-2 all-time against Bates since the first meeting in 1995.
Recent history against the Bobcats: The Bantams defeated Bates, 2-0, last year for their first win of a four-game streak.
- Senior captain Cody Savonen found the back of the net for the fourth time of the season against Endicott. He currently ranks second in the NESCAC in goals (4) and is tied for fourth in points (8).
-Senior captain Mateo Zabala ranks third in the league in total saves with 28. Zabala combined for nine against Endicott and Colby last weekend.
- Rookie Henry Belt is tied for 10th in the NESCAC in total assists (2) and ranks second on the team in points (4).
- After Saturday's game at Bates, the Bantams will travel to Wheaton College next Tuesday before returning home the following Saturday to host Bowdoin. Trinity has not played a home game since September 20 against Endicott.