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Head Coach Matt Greason '98 led the NCAA Division III Trinity Bantams men’s ice hockey team to the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) championship, winning 4-0 vs. #3 Tufts University. This win advanced the team to the NCAA Division III tournament. They faced off vs. Elmira College in the quarterfinals winning 2-0 and #3 Adrian College in the semifinals winning 2-1. Greason met CJ Duvall '19 and the Hobart Statesmen in the championships, falling 2-0.

Bennett Booth-Genthe '19, a member of the NCAA Division III Pomona-Pitzer Sage Hens men's track and field team, won the Indoor Mile National Championship Title with a time of 4:04.23 at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships.

CJ Duvall '19 and the defending NCAA Division III champions, the Hobart Statesmen men’s ice hockey team, won the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) 5-0 vs. Skidmore College advancing them to the NCAA Tournament. The team won 4-3 in overtime vs. Curry College in the quarterfinals and 3-1 vs. #2 Utica University in the semifinals. The team met Trinity College in the championship, winning 2-0. Hobart is the first team to win two consecutive NCAA Division III championships since St. Norbert in 2011-2012.

Ryan Moffatt '19 is now a 4x Patriot League Champion after winning the championship with the NCAA Division I Colgate Raiders men’s basketball team. The team faced Lehigh in the league championships winning 74-55, which earned them a bid to the NCAA Tournament. They later met #14 Baylor in the first round falling 92-67.

Jordan Hower '20 and the NCAA Division III Middlebury College Panthers women’s ice hockey team led by head coach Bill Mandigo, who was Hill’s ice hockey head coach from 1985-1987, won the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) tournament 4-0 vs. Hamilton College. In the NCAA Tournament, the team won 8-0 vs. Western New England University and 2-0 vs. Plattsburgh to advance to the semifinals where she met Madi Morton '20 and Mandy McCarrick '22 and the Elmira College Eagles. Middlebury falls in a close 1-0 game vs. Elmira in the tournament semifinals. 

Captain Madi Morton '20 led Mandy McCarrick '22 and rest of the NCAA Division III Elmira College Eagles women’s ice hockey team to the NCAA Tournament after winning the New England Hockey Conference Championships 2-0 vs. the University of Southern Maine. The team advanced to the NCAA Championships but fell 4-1 vs. the University of Wisconsin – River Falls. Madi was named First Team All-American at the conclusion of the season.

Alexa Davis '21 and the NCAA Division I Cornell Big Red women’s ice hockey team placed second in the ECAC Tournament receiving an at-large bid to the NCAA Division I NCAA Tournament, winning the first round 7-1 over Stonehill College. The team later fell 3-1 in the quarterfinals to Colgate.

Trey Hicks '21, a junior at Longwood University, was featured in The Athletic for his performance in the Big South Championship men's basketball game against UNC Asheville. Trey gave up his chance for a medical redshirt year when he stepped up to play after a teammate was knocked out of the game due to an injury. Not only did Trey make a selfless decision to put his team first, but he also scored the last points before Longwood won the Big South Championship and advanced to the men's NCAA Division I Tournament. Read More

Julia Weiss '21 and the NCAA Division III Amherst Mammoths women’s ice hockey team competed in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) in the first round vs. Bowdoin College, winning 2-0. The team later fell 2-1 over Hamilton College in the semifinals. They received an at-large bid to NCAA Tournament but lost in overtime 2-1 to Elmira in the first round.

Molly Riggi '22 and the NCAA Division III SUNY Plattsburgh State Cardinals women’s ice hockey team won 5-1 vs. SUNY Morrisville in the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) semifinals, advancing to the championships. The team met SUNY Cortland in the championships, falling 2-1 in overtime. Plattsburg received an auto bid to NCAA Tournament, meeting Jordan Hower '20 and the Middlebury team in the quarterfinals. Plattsburg fell 2-0 vs. Middlebury.

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