Sophomore Taylor Kirchgessner fired a shot off her left foot and placed it just inside the left post to put the Bantams up, 1-0, a lead they would not relinquish as the No. 4 seed Trinity College women's soccer team defeated the No. 5 seed Tufts University Jumbos on Saturday afternoon in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Quarterfinals matchup in Hartford.
It’s a huge NESCAC week for Tufts Athletics. Men’s and women’s cross country will run at the NESCAC Championships this weekend. Men’s soccer, women’s soccer and field hockey all face off with Bowdoin to wrap up their regular season schedules and then begin NESCAC Tournament play on Saturday. Football travels to Amherst on Saturday and volleyball will host Connecticut College on Saturday.
It will be another busy week on campus with many teams at home and Parent and Family Weekend this coming weekend. Football hosts Williams, as do women’s soccer, men’s soccer and field hockey. Both field hockey and men’s soccer have midweek tune-ups before their weekend match ups.
Junior goalkeeper Julia Pitino recorded seven saves for her Trinity-record-tying, eighth shutout of the season to lead the Trinity College Bantams to a 2-0 victory over the visiting Tufts University Jumbos in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) women's soccer action this afternoon.
It was a quiet week at home but a great week on the road for Tufts Athletics and we will hope for another great weekend on the road this week! Volleyball and women’s soccer both play at home on Tuesday, but then volleyball is the only team home this weekend.
Head coach Martha Whiting, along with senior captain and midfielder Robin Estus spoke about their thoughts going into an important portion of their schedule with conference games against Amherst and Hamilton this weekend.
It's Homecoming week and it’s a busy one for the Jumbos. Men’s soccer, women’s soccer and field hockey all have three home games on the schedule this week. Football is at home on Saturday hosting Bates. Men’s and women’s cross country travel to compete in the prestigious Paul Short Run.
Last week was a big week for Tufts Athletics but this week is even bigger as football joins the mix, opening up their season on Saturday night under the lights when they host Wesleyan. Joining them at home on Saturday are women’s soccer, field hockey and volleyball.
Women’s Soccer dominated the rough NESCAC game against Bates College with a 5-2 win on Saturday afternoon at Kraft Field. Junior Chandler Quintin submitted a one goal, two assist day to help the team to victory.