Trinity Field Hockey Coach And Players Featured In Media In 2017-18

Trinity Field Hockey Coach And Players Featured In Media In 2017-18

Hartford, Conn. - Trinity College field hockey senior co-captain Kelcie Finn (Weymouth, Mass.) took a look back on her outstanding career on the turf as this month's guest on the Bantam Spotlight with Mike Gualtieri.  Finn, the college's Trinity Club of Hartford Trophy Award winner (Senior Female Athlete of the Year), recently graduated after earning back-to-back National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) National Field Hockey Player of the Year awards and leading Trinity's women's ice hockey team in scoring.  Bantam

Head Field Hockey Coach Anne Parmenter (17th Season), who guided Trinity to the NCAA Division III Championship Quarterfinals for the second year in a row, was featured on the Finding Mastery podcast in the fall as she discussed her 30-plus year coaching career and climbing Mount Everest.  Trinity field hockey sophomore Caroline Curtin (Andover, Mass.) was the subject of a feature story in the Eagle-Tribune newspaper earlier in the fall, as she made a successful return to the turf in 2017 after missing her rookie year due to an injury, while Parmenter was also profiled on the Bantam Spotlight podcast in mid-September.

The Bantams finished the 2017 season with a 14-7 record and advanced to the finals of the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Championship Tournamet for the second time.  Trinity qualified for the NCAA Division III Champioship Tournament for the second year in a row, downing Gwynedd Mercy, 5-3, and Salisbury, 2-1, in overtime, before falling at Messiah, 5-0, in the quarterfinal round.

listen to the Kelcie Finn Bantam Spotlight podcast

listen to the Anne Parmenter Finding Mastery podcast

read the feature on Caroline Curtin 

Listen to the Anne Parmenter Bantam Spotlight podcast