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Women's Basketball Weekly Preview

Women's Basketball Weekly Preview

This Week: The Trinity College women's basketball program looks to finish off the regular season hosting their last home weekend versus two in-conference rivals. The Bantams will host #6 Amherst Mammoths before facing off against the Hamilton Continentals for their last regular season match-up. The Bantams are currently tied with Amherst for fifth in the NESCAC with Hamilton, and will look to beat the Continentals to secure the fifth seed.


Friday Matchup

Trinity (15-7) vs. #6 Amherst (19-3)

Friday, February 14, 2020 at 7 p.m.

Oosting Gymnasium — Hartford, Conn.

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Series History: Dating back to 1977-1978, the Mammoths have held the upper hand against Trinity, holding a 16-29 overall record.

Recent History: Amherst has won the recent contests; however, the Bantams have played tough and hope to upset the Mammoths this year.


Saturday Matchup:

Trinity (15-7) vs. Hamilton (14-8)

Saturday, February 15, 2020 at 3 p.m.

Oosting Gymnasium — Hartford, Conn.

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Series History: Since 1993-1994, Trinity holds an 8-3 record against the Continentals

Recent History: Last season, the Bantams won a home contest versus Hamilton with a score of 63-60.


Notes and Numbers:

  • Peace Kabari (Manchester, N.H.) continues to lead the team in points, averaging 12 points per game. She leads the league in steals, averaging 2.6 per game, as well as ranks fifth in the NESCAC for rebounds per game, averaging 7.3.  
  • The Bantam are averaging just under 40% from the floor this season, scoring 63.6 points per game.
  • Trinity continues to be ranked third in the league in blocks per game with 4.3; sophomore Elizabeth Althoff (Staten Island, N.Y.) accounts for 2.1 per game, and is second on the NESCAC leaderboard. Althoff also is second on the team in rebounds per game (5.7), only behind senior Peace Kabari, who averages 7.3.
  • On Friday, the Bantams will host is annual Play4Kay game; Saturday’s contest will serve as senior day.