Women's Soccer Weekly Preview

Women's Soccer Weekly Preview

THIS WEEK: The Trinity College women's soccer team enters the week with a 4-6-2 record after falling in a pair of New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) matches against nationally ranked opponents last week at home. This week, the Bantams host in-state NESCAC foe Connecticut College on Wednesday evening before welcoming Eastern Connecticut State to Hartford on Sunday afternoon. 

MATCH-UPS:
Trinity (4-6-2) v. Connecticut College (7-5-0)
Wednesday, Oct. 17, at 6:30 PM
Trinity Soccer Field 
Hartford, Connecticut
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Trinity (4-6-2) v. Eastern Connecticut State (8-5-0)
Sunday, Oct. 21, at 2:00 PM
Trinity Soccer Field 
Hartford, Connecticut
 
Conn College Series History: Trinity is 20-14-3 all-time versus the Camels since the first game played in 1982.
 
Recent history against the Camels: Connecticut College escaped with a 2-1, overtime victory over the Bantams last fall in New London.
 
ECSU Series History: Trinity is 9-6-7 against the Warriors in the all-time series since 1994.
 
Recent history against the Warriors: Trinity won, 2-0, against ECSU last season behind second half goals from Ally Lansbury and Tricia Pollock. Taylor O'Connor also made six saves in net for the shutout.
 
WEEKLY NOTES:

- Sophomore Taylor O'Connor leads the conference with 87 saves after totaling 15 last week. She is also eighth with a .837 save percentage while Trinity also leads the conference as a team in total saves with 94, 20 more than the next highest total.  

- Junior Tricia Pollock leads the team with ten points (T13th in NESCAC) on four goals and two assists while sophomore Amelia Kroschwitz is tied for second in the conference in assists (5) and rookie Whitney Hoban is tied for 13 in assists (3). 

- Trinity boasts seven players with at least two goals this fall and nine players total who have found the back of the net at least once. Pollock, Katie Marlow-Benedick, Kroschwitz, Whitney Hoban, Cami Beath, and Duun O'Hara all have mutliple scores while juniors Kelly Lucas and Olga Koszykowska notched career-first goals earlier this season.

- Trinity's game versus the Camels on Wednesday is its final home NESCAC match of the regular season. The Bantams currently are seventh in the conference, a game ahead of Connecticut College. The team concludes the regular season next Wednesday at Amherst ahead of the first round of the conference playoffs that weekend.