THIS WEEK: The Trinity College women's soccer team enters the week with a 3-4-1 record after a 1-0-1 week. The Bantams came back from a 2-1 deficit late to tie Wheaton, 3-3, before earning a 2-1 victory over Bates thanks to a last minute goal. This week, Trinity returns to the pitch on Tuesday evening for a 7:00
p.m. matchup at Wesleyan before playing Bowdoin Saturday afternoon in a conference battle in Maine.
Wesleyan Series History: Trinity holds a 20-12-5 advantage over the Cardinals dating back to the first-ever match played in 1980.
Recent history against the Cardinals: The Bantams came away with a 2-1, overtime victory over Wesleyan last fall thanks to a game-winner by Amelia Kroschwitz in the 102nd minute.
Bowdoin Series History: Trinity is just 8-27-2 all-time against the Polar Bears since 1983.
Recent history against the Polar Bears: Trinity beat Bowdoin, 1-0, last fall in Hartford thanks to a late second half goal.
- Rookie Duun O'Hara was named NESCAC Player of the Week after scoring two clutch goals last week. She scored the game-winning goal in the 88th minute of a 2-1 comeback victory against Bates over the weekend and also netted the equalizer in the 88th minute in a 3-3 tie with Wheaton. The two scores were the first two career goals for the Connecticut native.
- Junior Tricia Pollock leads the team with ten points (T7th in NESCAC) on four goals and two assists. Pollock scored and added an assist in the team's 3-3 tie with Wheaton before assisting on the game-winner versus Bates.
- Amelia Kroschwitz is tied for second in the NESCAC with four goals while rookie Whitney Hoban is tied for fifth with three. Kroschwitz picked up her fourth helper of the fall in the Bantams' win over Bates.
- First-year Colleen Lux scored her first career goal versus the Bobcats on Saturday. Lux scored the equalizer in the 66th minute versus Bates to tie things at 1-1.
- Sophomore Taylor O'Connor leads the NESCAC with 51 saves in net after totalling 18 in both games last week. Connor currently has a .844 save percentage and one shutout thus far. Trinity also leads the conference as a team in total saves with 61, 11 more than the next highest total.