Meet Woody Hamilton - Trinity Men's Lacrosse
Courtesy of Trinity Sports Information/Photo Credit David B. Newman
Woody Hamilton burst onto the scene as the starting goalie for the Trinity men’s lacrosse team during his junior season. The Williamstown, Massachusetts native was named a captain as a senior and helped lead the Bantams both on and off the field.
Coming off a career year in 2017 in which he finished with 195 saves and a .564 save percentage, both of which ranked third-best in the NESCAC, Hamilton, posted another great season to finish his career in a Bantam uniform. In 2018, he finished with 155 saves and a .498 save percentage. He also posted double-digit saves in 11 of the team's 14 games, highlighted by a season-high of 15 versus Tufts. Hamilton leaves Trinity ranked among the all-time program leaders in saves (350), saves per game (12.06) and goals against average (11.13).
Hamilton also took advantage of being a student-athlete at a liberal arts college off the field. He earned NESCAC All-Academic honors three times as an economics major for three times and turned his experience at Trinity into a full-time job in the banking world. Upon graduating, Hamilton took a job in New York City at Piper Jaffray as an investment banking analyst in its health care group, where he interned during the summer before his senior year.