We are proud to introduce the following Pride athletes who have committed to colleges following their graduation from Trinity-Pawling. Congratulations! #rollpride

Trejyn Fletcher ’20 ⚾️

Congratulations to Trejyn Fletcher ’20 on his commitment to play baseball for the Vanderbilt University Commodores.  During the 2017 season, Fletcher played third base and outfield for the Pride, batted a 0.350 average, and earned honorable mention votes for All-League selection. It is anticipated that Fletcher continue his work in the infield and outfield for the Pride during the ’18 season, as well as find valuable innings on the mound.

Ryan Smith ’18 ⚾️

Congratulations to Ryan Smith ’18 on his recent commitment to Boston College. The Eagles added Smith to their group of committed 2018 pitchers in September. Smith is a post-graduate student at Trinity-Pawling and will certainly be a critical member of the Pride pitching rotation.

Marc Maestri ’18 ⚾️

Congratulations to Marc Maestri ’18 on his commitment to Brandeis University. It is expected that Maestri will be a two-way player for the Judges of Brandeis over the next several years, as he will be for the Pride. Maestri is a post-graduate student this year; he is a pitcher and plays first base and outfield when he is not taking the mound.

T-P Scoreboard

Saturday, 11/18/2017
Football - Varsity
  vs. Deerfield Academy
NEPSAC Bowl Game
W   |  23-7
Saturday, 11/11/2017
Cross Country - Varsity
  vs. New England's
15th place   |  recap
Friday, 11/10/2017
Football - Varsity
  vs. Kent School
W   |  34-7   |  recap
Wednesday, 11/08/2017
Soccer - Varsity
  vs. Canterbury School
T   |  2-2
Soccer - JV
  vs. Canterbury School
L   |  3-4
Soccer - 3rd
  vs. Taft School
L   |  2-7   |  recap

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