Hartford, Conn. - Trinity College has announced a change in leadership of its varsity women's soccer program. A national search for a new head coach will be launched immediately. Michael Smith coached the Bantams for 21 seasons though 2017, leading Trinity to a 139-144-34 record. Maggie Crowe '15 served as acting head coach for the 2018 season and led the team to a 5-7-3 mark. Trinity made NCAA appearances in 2013 and 2016.
Founded in Hartford, Connecticut, in 1823, Trinity College (www.trincoll.edu) is an independent, nonsectarian liberal arts college with more than 2,200 students from 45 states and 67 countries. Trinity sponsors 30 varsity sports, 15 for men and 15 for women, with close to 700 participating student-athletes. Trinity is home to the eighth-oldest chapter of Phi Beta Kappa in the United States. The faculty and alumni include recipients of the Pulitzer Prize, the MacArthur award, Guggenheims, Rockefellers, and other national academic awards. Trinity students integrate meaningful academic and leadership experience at all levels on the college's celebrated campus, in the capital city of Hartford, and in communities all over the world.