THIS WEEK: The Trinity College women's soccer team enters the week with a 5-5-1 record after picking up a pair of big New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) wins last week, a 2-1 overtime victory against Wesleyan, and a 1-0 triumph over Bowdoin on Senior Day. The Bantams return to the pitch this week on Wednesday as they travel to Eastern Connecticut State before a Saturday conference tilt at Middlebury.
Trinity (5-5-1) at ECSU (5-5-3)
Wednesday, Oct. 11, at 7 p.m.
Mansfield Turf Field
ECSU Series History: Trinity is 8-6-7 all-time against the Warriors, dating back to the first matchup in 1994.
Recent history against the Warriors: Trinity got past ECSU, 2-0, last year, highlighted by a score from sophomore Katie Marlow-Benedick.
Middlebury Series History: Trinity is 6-19-2 all-time against the Panthers, dating back to 1992.
Recent history against the Panthers: The Bantams fell to Middlebury, 2-1, last season in Hartford.
- First-year Blake Crawley earned NESCAC Player of the Week honors thanks to a big week last week. Crawley assisted the game-winning goal in the 101st minute in a double-overtime win against Wesleyan and scored the lone goal of the game, the first of her career, in a 1-0 victory over Bowdoin to lead the Bantams to a 2-0 week. Crawley is tied for fourth on the team with three points, along with classmate Samantha March who is also fourth in the NESCAC with fifth in the league with 32 shots.
- Sophomore Rhone O'Hara leads the team with five points on a pair of goals and one assist.
- Senior tri-captain Julia Pitino had her second clean-sheet against Bowdoin, making five saves in the process. Pitino ranks sixth in the NESCAC with 35 total saves.
- First-year forward Amelia Kroschwitz scored the game-winning goal in the 101st minute to lift Trinity to a 2-1 victory over Wesleyan last week. Kroschwitz is currently tied for second on the team in goals (2) and points (4).
- Trinity's two victories last week moved the team from seventh to fifth in the league standings. Three of their final four games of the year are against conference opponents as they look to finish in the top-four and secure a first round home game.