Gray named captain for Trinity hockey
Wellesley’s Will Gray, a junior forward on the Trinity College hockey team, has been elected captain for next season.
A graduate of Belmont Hill School, Gray had six goals, including a game-winner and two short-handed strikes, and added nine assists this winter to help the Bantams advance to the New England Small College Athletic Conference semifinals.
“Will is a driven and mature student-athlete who will be another great leader for our program,’’ said head coach Matt Greason .
Here and there
Hamilton College junior pitcher Tommy Moriarty of Newton (Roxbury Latin School) tied a school record with his fourth save of the season with a flourish — picking off a Cazenovia College runner at first base to preserve a 7-6 win. He broke the record two days later in a 6-5 victory over Keuka College. Moriarty had pitched in a team-high 23 games and had held opposing hitters to a .248 average as of last week . . . Brandeis University’s softball team reached the 20-win plateau for the eighth consecutive season with a 3-2 victory April 20 against Clark. Head coach Jessica Johnson hit the 200-win career milestone earlier this month. . . . Lincoln-Sudbury Regional baseball coach Kirk Fredericks will be joined by Maynard High’s field hockey leader, Brenda Sullivan , among the 17 recipients of Coach of the Year honors during a Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association gathering on May 29.
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