This Week: The Trinity College women's hockey team went 3-0 last week, highlighted by a series sweep over New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) for Connecticut College, to improve to 5-4 overall to start the year. This week, the Bantams travel to Plymouth State on Tuesday before welcoming Hamilton to town over the weekend for a NESCAC series.
Plymouth St. All-Time Series History: Trinity is 1-0 all-time against the Panthers, with the first-ever matchup coming during the 2006-07 season.
Recent history versus the Panthers: The Bantams crushed Plymouth State, 8-0 in the innaugural matchup in December of 2006.
Hamilton All-Time Series History: Trinity is 19-15-3 all-time against the Continentals dating back to the first-ever matchup during the 1999-00 season.
Recent history versus the Continentals: The Bantams were swept last season by Hamilton, losing game one, 4-0, before dropping the second game in overtime, 1-0.
- Junior goalie Kai-Lilly Karpman was named NESCAC Player of the Week after posting three shutouts in a 3-0 week for the Bantams. Karpman finished the week with 62 saves and did not allow a single goal. She recorded 38 saves, her second-most of the season, in Trinity's victory over the Camels on Sunday. Karpman is second in the NESCAC with 227 total saves.
- Junior Lauren Mac Master, sophomore Julia Lee and rookie Katie Marsden are tied for the team-lead with five points. Mac Master scored her third goal of the season (T1st on team) against Conn College on Sunday while Marsden tallied her first career goal in game-winning fashion against the Camels on Saturday. Lee also recorded her team-leading fifth assist (T8th in NESCAC) on Sunday.
- First-year Bailey McKeon is tied for the Bantam lead with three goals while classmate Caelin Flaherty is tied for second in the NESCAC with a pair of game-winning goals. Flaherty is tied for fifth in rookie scoring while Marsden is tied for second.
- First-year Cassidy McNeeley notched her first career point on Sunday, assisting on a goal from fellow rookie Ellie Fellows. The goal was Fellows' second of the year and her first career game-winner.