Women's Basketball Weekly Preview

Women's Basketball Weekly Preview

This Week: The Trinity College women’s basketball returns to action inside Oosting Gymnasium this weekend, hosting Connecticut College Saturday afternoon and traveling to MCLA Sunday. Saturday’s contest will be jam-packed with events, as the program will be hosting its first-ever Pride Game, as well as welcoming back its alumni. Sunday’s 1 p.m. start time at MCLA will account for November’s make-up contest, as both teams were originally slated to play before the new year.

 

Saturday Match-up:

Trinity (12-4) vs. Connecticut College (5-10)

Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 3 p.m.

Oosting Gymnasium — Hartford, Conn.

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Live Stats

 

Series History: Dating back to 1996-97, the Bantams are 20-7 against the Camels.

Recent History: The Bantams are 3-1 against Connecticut College over the past two seasons; after splitting in 2017-18, Trinity took both games last season by 10 points.  

 

Sunday Match-up:

Trinity (12-4) vs. MCLA (2-12)

Sunday, January 26, 2020 at 1 p.m.

Amsler Campus Center Gymnasium — North Adams, Mass.

Live Video

Live Stats

 

Series History: The two teams met for the first time last season, with the Bantams winning handily, 71-41.

 

Notes and Numbers:

  • Trinity will be hosting its first-ever Pride Game, benefitting the True Colors Youth Organization. The team will be wearing custom warm-ups, and the Trinity LGBTQ+ Life will be selling T-shirts in promotion (more on this game to come)
  • The Bantams will also be welcoming its alumni for Saturday’s contest
  • Trinity is currently on a three-game win streak, upending Wesleyan 77-58 in its last contest. The Bantams have not played since Friday, and will have just over a week of rest to prepare for Connecticut College.
  • The Camels hosted Trinity in a non-league bout earlier this season; on December 5th, Trinity made quick work of the Camels, winning 60-38 behind a 17-point performance from first-year Bria Fuller (Springdale, Md.)
  • Senior Peace Kabari (Manchester, N.H.) continues to lead the league in steals, averaging 2.9 per game.
  • The Bantams sit fourth in NESCAC play with a 2-1 conference record.