The Bantams opened up the year in September at the Head of the Riverfront Regatta in East Hartford. Trinity entered two boats in the Open 8+ race that finished 11th and 12th, respectively, in a 19-boat race, while its two entries in the Open 4+ race came in fourth and sixth, respectively, among a field of 11. The following weekend at the Head of the Housatonic, hosted by Yale, the squad entered evenly-boated crews in the eights race for the second week in a row, and wound up finishing second and fourth, respectively, in the Collegiate Women’s Non-DI event. Trinity's entry in one of the fours races finished 11th against predominantly Division I competition, and the Bantam second four finished as the runner-up in the Non-DI race.
Trinity turned in a stellar performance at the famed Head of the Charles Regatta in Cambridge in late-October. The team's "A" entry in the collegiate fours race, consisting of junior Kirsten Thiim (Acton, Mass.), sophomores Lillian Belletete (Jaffrey, N.H.), Claire Grigglestone (Groton, Mass.), Aria Mildon (Vashon, Wash.), and junior coxswain Zoe Russell (Yorktown Heights, N.Y.), finished third of 40 boats and was the fastest Division III boat in the race. The team concluded its fall portion of the schedule at a rain-shortened Head of the Fish Regatta in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
The varsity-four crew dusted the Simmons College Sharks by over 50 seconds to highlight the first day of spring racing for the team on the Charles River Basin in Cambridge. The following weekend, the varsity eight took down two opponents ranked among the top 15 in the nation on the Malden River, besting the No. 14-ranked United States Coast Guard Academy Bears and the No. 7-ranked Tufts University Jumbos in separate races.
After a pair of meets on Lake Quinsigamond, the team finished the month of April at Assumption College where the second-varsity eight bested Connecticut College by 26.67 seconds. The second-varsity posted a winning time of 7:51.2, while the varsity four was 5.2 seconds behind second-place Connecticut College in its race.