THIS WEEK: The Trinity College men's soccer team enters the week with a 2-12 record after falling to Wheaton, 3-0, in the team's lone game last week. The Bantams wrap up the regular season this week with a road match on Wednesday afternoon at Amherst.
Amherst Series History: Amherst holds a 62-11-5 advantage over Trinity in the all-time series, dating back to 1938.
Recent history against the Mammoths: Trinity fell, 2-1, to the Mammoths last season in Hartford, with both teams scoring all of the game's goals in the second half.
- Trinity leads the league in saves with 92 and also leads the NESCAC in shot percentage (.124). The Bantams have scored 15 goals and tallied 17 assists (6th in NESCAC) to date.
- Sophomore Alistair Matule leads the Bantams with 13 points (T3rd in NESCAC) on five goals (T4th in NESCAC) and three assists.
- Rookie Logan Peterson and sophomore Henry Belt are tied for sixth in the NESCAC with four assists each on the year. Both players are tied for second on the team in points (4), along with Steel, Gustave and sophomore John Mullin (1g, 2a).