Saturday, March 16, 2019, 3 pm - O'Laughlin Stadium, Adrian, Mich.
Saturday's Game: Ohio Northern will begin a 3-game road trip on Saturday with a contest at NAIA foe Siena Heights (Mich.) ... ONU will play at Cleary (Mich.) on March 21 and at Trine (Ind.) on March 27 before opening OAC play March 30 at home against Mount Union ... The Polar Bears are coming off a 15-14 loss to Albion (Mich.) on a stormy Thursday afternoon at Dial-Roberson Stadium ... Junior Jacqui Lohman had career-highs of six goals and seven points and sophomore Sydney Skelding added 5 goals for ONU ... Albion (Mich.) scored the winning goal with 28 seconds left to break a 14-14 tie ... Ohio Northern junior Kelli Hill had a career-high 16 saves in goal to keep the Polar Bears in the contest ... She finished with a .516 save percentage and an impressive eight ground balls ... Through 5 games this season, Lohman leads the team and is second in the OAC in scoring with 19 goals ... Junior Betsy Naugle is second on the team with 11 goals and junior Maddie Storr leads the team with 6 assists ... Hill is 2-3 with 52 saves and a 9.36 GAA ... Storr and Naugle rank 1-2 on ONU's all-time career scoring list with 62 and 60 goals, respectively ... Junior Rachel Shipman leads ONU with 25 career assists ... Naugle (74), Storr (74) and Shipman (72) are in the top three spots in ONU history in total points ... Lohman is ONU's career leader with 87 draw controls and senior Emily Hershberger is the career leader in caused turnovers with 84 ... The Saints will open the home portion of their schedule after beginning the season with five consecutive road games ... SHU is coming off a 20-7 loss at Calvin (Mich.) on Wednesday ... Sophomore Alexis Nicole led the team with 3 goals and an assist ... Nicole leads the team in scoring with 17 goals and 19 points ... Senior Samantha Pawlowski is second on the team with 15 goals and 17 points.
ONU Statistical Leaders:
All-Time Series: Siena Heights leads the series between the two schools by a 1-0 margin ... SHU defeated ONU 12-9 at Dial-Roberson Stadium in 2018.
ONU head coach Beth Hemminger: Hemminger in her second season at ONU with an 18-35 record, a winning percentage of .340. She is 50-47 in six years as a head coach overall, a winning percentage of .515.