Hartford, Conn. - Trinity College Wrestling Head Coach Marques Gales (5th season) has been promoted to full-time, as announced by the College's athletic department. The position was previously a part-time position but after seeing the success that Gales has had with the team since his arrival in 2013-14, the athletic department decided it to be essential to the program to promote him.
Hartford, Conn. – The Trinity College wrestling squad, under the direction of fourth-year Head Coach Marques Gales, finished the 2016-17 season with a 5-10 record and saw a handful of impressive individual performances at tournaments throughout the winter.
Hartford, Conn. - The Trinity College wrestling sophomore captain Grant Sorensen (Moore, Okla.) was named as a 2016-17 National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) Division III Scholar All-American, and joined sophomores John Davis (Princeton Junction, N.J.), Joe Penna (Reading, Mass.),
Bristol, R.I. - Sophomore Ian Moritz (Pittsburgh, Pa.) won by fall at 1:29 of his opening match to reach the quarterfinals of the 133-pound bracket, as the Trinity College Bantams finished 16th in NCAA Division III Northeast Regional Wrestling Championships at Roger Williams University this afternoon.
Providence, R.I. - Sophomores Matt Ferraro (Reading, Mass.) and Drew Saccone (Osterville, Mass.) each reached the semifinals of his weight class, as the Trinity College Bantams competed in the New England Wrestling Association (NEWA) Futures Tournament this afternoon at Johnson and Wales University.
Hartford, Conn. - The Trinity College wrestling team beat the Bridgewater State Bears, 36-15, and fell to the Rhode Island College Anchormen, 27-19, on Sunday afternoon in Oosting Gymnasium in the Bantams final dual-match action of the season.
Hartford, Conn. - The Trinity College wrestling team picked up a pair of wins at home on Wednesday evening inside the field house at Ferris Athletic Center. The wins are number three and four for the Bantams in dual-match action as they host Rhode Island College and Bridgewater State on Sunday in another tri-meet.
Hartford, Conn. - Trinity College Head Wrestling Coach Marques Gales (4th Season) was interviewed this week on Bob Parzych's "Kitchen Sink" show on campus radio WRTC-FM. Trinity, which is 2-9 this winter, will host American International and New England College in on Wednesday, February 8.
Springfield, Mass. - The Trinity College wrestling team dropped a pair of matches to Western New England University and the Unversity of Southern Maine on Sunday at a tri-meet, hosted by the Golden Bears. The Bantams return to action on Wednesday when they host American International and New England College at Oosting Gymnasium.
Providence, R.I. - Bantam rookie Stephen Cerrone (Quechee, Vt.) recorded three victories en route to a sixth place finish at 174 pounds to lead the Trinity College wrestling team at the USC Wildcat Open on Sunday, hosted by Johnson & Wales. The Bantams return to action next weekend when they travel to Western New England for a meet with four other colleges.
Providence, R.I. - Sophomore captain Grant Sorensen (Moore, Okla.) won three of four matches and earned all-tournament honors to lead the Trinity College Bantams to a pair of wins and 13th place in the New England Wrestling Association (NEWA) Duals Championships this afternoon at Wildcat Center
Hartford, Conn. - As we enter the final week of the winter break, this year's 16th Bantams of the Week have been named, thanks to their strong performances in the pool and on the wrestling mat. Women's swimming and diving senior Eliza Maciag (West Hartford, Conn.) and junior wrestler Lucian Cascino (Jamaica Plain, Mass.) have been named as the Bantams of the Week.
Bristol, R.I. – Junior Lucian Cascino (Jamaica Plain, Mass.) won twice by fall, including a pin of the nation’s No. 10-ranked heavyweight in just 42 seconds, as the Trinity College Bantams competed in a wrestling tri-match at Roger Williams University this afternoon.
Bristol, R.I. - The Trinity men's wrestling team finished in eight place at the Scott Vieira Invitational on Saturday, hosted by Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I. The Bantams finished less than five points behind seventh place Johnson & Wales and 36 points ahead of ninth place Bridgwater State.
Hartford, Conn. - Flashback to this time a year ago: The Trinity College wrestling team had just wrapped up its final match before winter break at conference foe Williams College. They lost to the Ephs, 53-0, in their second dual match of the season, and then had a bulk of time off from competition
Hartford, Conn. – In a back and forth battle between New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) wrestling programs, it was the Williams College Ephs who came away with the dual-meet victory by a score of 26-20 on Friday night in Hartford. Trinity, who was shut out, 53-0, a year ago against Williams, won five of the ten matches on the evening in an impressive showing.
Hartford, Conn. - As the fall semester winds to a close, this year's 12th Bantams of the Week have been named, thanks to their strong performances on the basketball court and and wrestling mat. Women's basketball sophomore center Courtney Erickson (Everett, Mass.) and sophomore wrestling captain Grant Sorensen (Moore, Okla.) have been named as the Bantams of the Week.
Gorham, Maine - The Trinity College wrestling team finished the day with 45 points to take seventh place at the Ted Reese Invitational on Saturday, hosted by Southern Maine University. After the weekend in Maine, the Bantams return to the mat on Friday, December 9, when they host New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) opponent Williams at 7 p.m.
Gorham, Maine - Southern Maine senior Steven Corio (Manville, R.I.) earned a win by fall in the 184-pound bout to put the match out of reach and help the University of Southern Maine wrestling team to a 32-12 win over the Trinity College Bantams in dual meet action Friday night at the Costello Sports Complex in Maine. Southern Maine improves to 3-1 in dual-meet action while the Bantams fall to 0-2.
Hadley, Mass. - The New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and the NESCAC Student Advisory Committee on Athletics’ (SAAC) is proud to announce the release of an It's On Us video in conjunction with the NESCAC It's On Us Time of Action, which is taking place November 28-December 9.
Springfield, Mass. - Sophomore captain Grant Sorensen (Moore, Okla.) and classmates Nolan Cornu (Hopkinton, Mass.) and Mason Sangillo (Florham Park, N.J.) each won three matches, to lead the Trinity College wrestling team at the Doug Parker Invitational tournament, hosted by Springfield College. The Bantams finished 13th of 16 schools and had another trio of wrestlers with at least two wins.
TRINITY WRESTLING FALLS IN SEASON OPENER TO EAST STROUDSBUREG
Hartford, Conn. – The Trinity College wrestling team fell behind, 29-6, to the visiting NCAA Division II East Stroudsburg University Warriors in their season-opening dual match this evening at Oosting Gymnasium and lost by an eventual score of 29-15.
Hartford, Conn. – Trinity College Wrestling Head Coach Marques Gales (4th season) has announced his team's schedule for the upcoming 2016-17 campaign. In total, the Bantams hit the mat 13 times during the year, highlighted by trips to four invitationals and both the New England Wrestling Association (NEWA) Futures and Duals tournaments.