This Week: The Trinity College women's hockey team enters the new week with a 5-14-1 record as they enter the second to last weekend of the regular season. This week, the Bantams face Wesleyan University twice in the teams' annual home/away New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) series, beginning on Friday night in Hartford. The Bantams will honor the members of their senior class before Friday night's game as part of Senior Night.
Wesleyan All-Time Series History: Trinity leads the all-time series, 22-10-4, versus Wesleyan, dating back to the winter of 1998-99.
Last time out against the Cardinals: Trinity won both games in last year's series by scores of 2-1. The second victory came in overtime thanks to a game-winner from sophomore Olivia White with less than two minutes remaining.
- Senior captain Kelcie Finn leads the team with 11 points on eight goals (T9th in NESCAC) and three assists. Finn is also tied for eighth in the conference with a pair of game-winning goals.
- Senior captain Hannah Oganeku is tied for second on the team with nine points (2g, 7a) and is tied for 15th in the NESCAC in assists (7). Oganeku is tied in team points with rookie rookie Taylor Peracchio who has five goals and four assists. Peracchio is tied with Finn in game-winners (2) and is tied for 10th in first-year scoring (0.45 ppg).
- Sophomore Lauren MacMaster finished last week with a pair of points. MacMaster netted her first goal of the season late in the first game against the Ephs and assisted on Trinity's lone goal in a 1-1 tie versus Williams on Saturday.
- Rookie Abigail Riskevich scored her first career goal against the Ephs on Saturday, tallying Trinity's lone score in the game. Junior Claire Foran also picked up her first career point, assisting Riskevich on the goal. Riskevich has four points to date with three assists coming earlier on the year.
- Senior goaltender Sydney Belinskas totaled 61 saves in both of Trinity's games last week. Belinskas finished with a .968 save percentage last week and has a .938 save percentage so far this season.
- The Bantams will look to continue their dominance of the Cardinals this weekend as Trinity has not lost to Wesleyan since November of 2006. Trinity is a dominant 17-0-3 since the 2006-07 season against their in-state conference rivals.