The Bantams kicked off the indoor season at the Smith College Winter Classic in Northampton where Hallow broke the college's indoor 400-meter record, winning the race by nearly four seconds. Hallow also won the 200-meter dash while first-year Bridget McKiernan (Providence, R.I.) finished second in the 600-meter run and senior Caroline Sullivan (South Hadley, Mass.) finished second in the 5,000-meter run. The team closed out the calendar year at a tri-meet at Wesleyan University where Hallow won both the 200- and 400-meter once again and rookie Izzy Montes de Oca (Carpinteria, Calif.) and sophomore Julia Burdulis (Hopkinton, Mass.) went 1-2 in the 1,000-meters, separated by less than three seconds. Junior Nina Bourgeois (Rochester, Mass.) won a neck-and-neck race in the 3,000-meter run, sophomore Hannah Kelleher (Norfolk, Mass.) won the 60-meter hurdles while classmate Izzy Bruno (Winchester, Mass.) won the high jump with a 1.61m finals distance. Rookie Marina Flandrick (Boulder, Colo.) rounded out Trinity's first-place finishes with a 2.95m distance in the pole vault finals.
Trinity finished sixth out of 15 teams to open 2019 at the Smith Indoor Invitational. Senior Lauren Barrett (Peabody, Mass.) helped lead the squad with a first place finish in the 5000-meter run while Hallow once again won the 200. At the Massasoit Invitational a week later, Hallow won the 200- and 400-meter dashes and also finished third in the 60-meter dash while Barnes finished first in the 800. Trinity dominated in the 3,000-meter run, taking the top three spots in the race. Barrett took first at 10:50.23 while Bourgeois and Sullivan finished in second and third, respectively. Barnes and Hallow both set new indoor records at the Valentine Invitational at Boston University in early-February. Hallow shattered her previous college record in the 400 with a time of 57.48, beating her previous mark of 58.03 while Barnes etched her name in the college record book for the 1K, crossing the finish line in 2:59.01, taking down the previous record of 2:59.11 which had stood since 2009.
Hallow also earned USTFCCCA All-New England honors, as did Bruno in the high jump and junior Peace Kabari (Manchester, N.H.) in the shot put. Kabari earned All-Region honors in the shot put after competing in just two meets this winter after a New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Quarterfinals run with the Bantam women's basketball squad. Kabari wasted no time returning to form, setting the program's indoor shot put record at the Tufts National Qualifying meet that shattered the previous mark by over a foot.
Trinity began the outdoor season with a third place finish at the Tufts Snowflake Classic. Hallow won the 100 and the 200-meter dash and finished second in the 400-meter while Kabari added second-place finishes in both the shot put and discus throw, missing the top distance in the shot put by just .75 meters. A week later, the team brought home second place at the Coast Guard Invitational. Hallow won the 200 while Barnes ran a first-place 2:16.83 finals time in the 800-meter run, followed by McKiernan in second. Hallow, Barnes, Neufield and Lazur teamed up to win the 4x100-meter relay while Trinity's 4x400-meter relay team, consisting of Barnes, Burns, McKiernan and first-year Whitney Hoban (Winnetka, Ill.), also brought home first place. Flandrick dominated in the pole vault, heaving a finals distance of 3.35 meters, while junior Katherine Bullock (Cape Neddick, Maine) added a first-place finish in the triple jump and Kabari and junior Devan Walsh (Danvers, Mass.) won in the shot put and javelin, respectively.
Hallow continued her dominance with wins in the 200 and 400 at the Silfen Outdoor Invitational at Conn College in mid-April where Kabari also set the new Bantam record with a shot put of 46'09". The Bantams dominated at their home Trinity Invitational towards the end of the month, winning 12 events on the day.