Trinity College (CT) Womens Lacrosse Information page

Trinity College womens lacrosse

We play in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC). The NESCAC is widely known as one of the top DIII Lacrosse leagues in the country. Our league typically sends 5-6 teams to the NCAA tournament every year... far more than most other conferences. In total the NESCAC has captured 9 National Championships.

Recruiting Information

Fall Clinic

Sunday October 20th

Fall Tournaments and Showcases TBD

Fall Camps we are coaching at TBD

Link to recruiting questionnaire:

Quick Facts About Our Program

  • 2012 NCAA DIII National Champions
  • 6 Final Four Appearances 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012
  • 15 NCAA Appearances 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2008, 2007, 1998, 1997, 1995
  • 5 NESCAC Championships 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011
  • 15 Consecutive Appearances in the NESCAC Tournament
  • 34 All-American Honorees, 69 All New England Region Honorees, 38 All NESCAC Honorees
A perfect balance between athletics and academics
Trinity College Academics

We have a student population of about 2,500, a smaller campus that leads to a lot of individualized attention and classes taught by the professor and not TA's. We offer a wide range of majors and minors. Not to mention we are one of the two schools within the NESCAC that offers Engineering as a major! Additionally many of our players decide to spend their junior fall in a foreign country through one of the many Study Abroad programs Trinity offers.


Trinity College curriculum prepares students for living and working in a globalizing world, as well as leading socially meaningful and personally satisfying lives. The curriculum is premised on close interaction between faculty, students, and student-athletes, where collaborative learning in and out of the classroom thrives. Through the 21st century liberal arts education, Trinity's curriculum also draws on students creative and critical thoughts, experiential offerings, as well as their ability to use technology and digital media to expand their learning. Link to drone video of campus below.

Quick Facts
  • A nonprofit, independent, nonsectarian liberal arts college located in the capital city of Hartford, Connecticut.
  • Student/faculty ratio of 9:1
  • About 2,200 undergraduate men and women: 52 percent male, 48 percent female, 18 percent students of color.
  • Among the country's most selective colleges
  • Founded in 1823 - The second oldest college in Connecticut and one of the oldest colleges in the country
Contact information
  • Recruiting Email: trinitywlacrosse@trincoll.edu
  • Head Coach: Katy Dissinger
  • Assistant Coaches: Avery Giorgio & Elizabeth Morrison

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