This Week: The Trinity College women's basketball team enters the week with an 11-9 record after dropping a pair of New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) matchups last week, at top-ranked Tufts and at Bates. This week, the Bantams return to action with a pair of home games as they face off against Hamilton on Friday, followed by Middlebury on Saturday.
Hamilton Series History: Trinity is 6-2 all-time against the Continentals, dating back to the winter of 1993-94.
Last Time Out Against the Continentals: The Bantams fell, 72-64, to Hamilton last season in New York.
Middlebury Series History: Trinity is 10-13 in the all-time series, dating back to the first meeting in the 1993-94 season.
Last Time Out Against the Panthers: Trinity throttled the Panthers, 77-48, last season in Vermont.
- Trinity is shooting 31.6% from beyond the arc which ranks third-best in the conference.
- Sophomore center Courtney Erickson ranks fifth in the conference in scoring (12.8 ppg) and seventh in rebounding (7.2 rpg).
- Junior guard Aubree Udell is sixth-best in the conference in three-point shooting, connecting on 37.5% of her shots from beyond the arc. Senior co-captain Kaitlin Lewis ranks just behind her at seventh-best in the league thanks to a 36.9% clip from beyond the arc. Udell also leads the Bantams this winter in minutes per game (29.5).
- Bantam rookie Peace Kabari had a big week for the Bantams, tallying 11 points, five rebounds, and a blocked shot in the loss at Tufts. She scored a career-high 18 points with four rebounds, four assists, three steals, and a block against Bates and shot 64.7 percent from the field in the two games.
- This weekend begins a three-game homestand to finish the regular season for the Bantams. Trinity is 6-2 on its home court this season, compared to just 2-6 away from Hartford.
- The Bantams will host a Play4Kay Breast Cancer Awareness game for its February 10 matchup against Hamilton College. The team will have a donation jar at the game and will be giving all donations to the Play4Kay cause in an effort to raise awareness and funds to fight women's cancers. The Play4Kay Foundation works to help find a answer in the fight against women's cancers. Since its inception in 2007, the Kay Yow Cancer Fund has allocated more than $5.28 million in support of women's cancer research and related projects that serve the underserved. The goal of the organization is to fund projects that will extend lives, enhance the quality of life for those battling cancer, and eventually, put an end to this formidable disease.