Trinity got off to a great start, picking up a come-from-behind victory at Endicott in the season-opener. Junior Max Cottrell (Dover, Mass.) scored the equalizer in the 79th minute to tie things at 1-1 before classmate Henry Farr (Philadelphia, Pa.) played the hero, finding the back of the net just over four minutes into overtime. Sophomore goalie Andrew Clark (Short Hills, N.J.) recorded six saves in his first career start, while classmate John Mullin (Falmouth, Maine) assisted on Farr's game-winner to help lift Trinity to the 1-0 start.
Matule enjoyed a breakout sophomore season, leading the Bantams with 15 points (T2nd in NESCAC) on six goals (T3rd in NESCAC) and three assists. He also recorded his first two goal game versus Middlebury in mid-October. Matule was named to the All-NESCAC Second Team at the end of the season thanks to his performance.
Five Trinity players finished with four points on the year, led by Gustave and Steel who both scored two goals apiece this fall. Steel, a defender, did so in exciting fashion as both of his scores came in the same half, versus Western Connecticut State. Mullin also tallied four points this season, including his first career goal which came on the road at Wesleyan. Belt and Peterson each recorded four assists (T10th in NESCAC) to lead the Bantams in that category. Lyons had a strong rookie campaign in goal, finishing 20th in the nation in saves with 62.
This fall marked the final collegiate campaigns for Baker, Steel, David Grant (Winslow, Maine) and John Mackie (Darien, Conn.). The group was a part of Trinity teams that that have reached the NESCAC Championship Tournament twice, collected numerous NESCAC All-Academic awards and have been a part of numerous volunteer efforts around campus and in the greater Trinity community.