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Women's Ice Hockey Weekly Preview

Women's Ice Hockey Weekly Preview

This Week:  The Trinity College women’s ice hockey program returns to the ice in 2020 for three non-league matchups, taking on Bowdoin, Williams, and Suffolk on the road. The Bantams will take on Bowdoin Thursday evening, and will play Williams at Bowdoin on Friday before traveling to Suffolk for a Sunday afternoon contest.

Although both Bowdoin and Williams are NESCAC opponents, the games will not affect Trinity’s NESCAC record, as the Bantams will see both teams two more times this season.

Thursday Matchup:

Trinity (3-3) vs. Bowdoin (4-3-1)

Thursday, January 2, 2020 at 7 p.m.

Watson Arena — Brunswick, Maine

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Series History: Dating back to the 1979-80 season, the Polar Bears hold a commanding 13-23-4 overall record against the Bantams.

Recent History: The Bantams played host to the Polar Bears twice last season, beating them 3-2 on both occasions.


Friday Matchup:

Trinity (3-3) vs. Williams (@Bowdoin)  (4-4)

Friday, January 3, 2020 at 3 p.m.

Live Stats

Series History: Dating back to 1975-76, the Bantams are 12-25-4 all-time against the Ephs.

Season History: Last year, the Bantams hosted Williams twice, splitting both contests; both games saw a 3-0 score.


Sunday Matchup:

Trinity (3-3) vs. Suffolk (5-8-2)

Sunday, January 5, 2020 at 4:45 p.m.

Porrazzo Skating Rink — East Boston, Mass.

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Series History: This will be the first matchup between the two sides in program history.


Notes and Numbers:

  • The Bantams closed out its 2019 calendar year on a high note, beating Salem State 6-1 on December 6. Thursday’s contest will be the first game in nearly a month for the program.
  • First-year Ethel Wilhelmsson (Stockholm, Sweden) and sophomore Ellie Fellows (Westport, Mass.) both had a goal and an assist against the Vikings in the team’s last contest.
  • Juniors Camille von Steinbergs (Minnetonka, Minn.) and Sierra Lee (Ferguson’s Cove, Nova Scotia) led the team with five points apiece.
  • As a team, the Bantams are averaging 2.67 goals and just voer 35 shots per game.