This Week: The Trinity College men's soccer team enters the week with a 1-1 record, earning a 3-0 win over Emerson in its season opener before falling to Clark 3-2. The Bantams host Eastern Connecticut Tuesday, September 10, before traveling to Colby to kick off NESCAC play on Saturday, September 14.
Trinity (1-1) vs. Eastern Connecticut State (3-0)
Tuesday, September 10 — 7 p.m.
Trinity Soccer Field — Hartford, Conn.
ECSU Series History: Trinity holds a 20-8-1 overall record against the Warriors, dating back to 1984.
Recent History: The Bantams have split its last two games against the Warriors, winning 2-1 at home in 2017 before falling 4-3 on the road last season.
Trinity (1-1) at Colby (1-1)
Saturday, September 14 — 1:30 p.m.
Harold Alfond Field — Waterville, Maine
Colby Series History: The Bantams are 4-6-2 all-time against Colby, dating back to 2000.
Recent History: The Mules have taken the last three games from Trinity; the Bantams will hit the road on Saturday looking for its first goal scored against the Mules since 2016.
- Sophomore Eduardo Velez-Perez (Toa Baja, Puerto Rico) is tied for the NESCAC lead in goals, scoring both in Trinity's season-opening win against Emerson.
- Trinity is sixth in the country in corner kicks per game, averaging 10.5 this season.
- Six players have already registered a point through the opening two games: Velez-Perez, juniors Dogoberto Nunez Jr. (Barranquilla, Columbia) and Nigel Gustave (Baltimore, Md.), and seniors Max Cottrell (Dover, Mass.) and Henry Farr (Philadelphia, Pa.).