Wednesday, April 3, 2019, 7 pm - Hoernemann Stadium, Tiffin, Ohio
Wednesday's Game: Ohio Northern will take to the road on Wednesday for a 7 pm OAC contest at Heidelberg ... The Polar Bears are coming off a 16-2 loss to 5-time defending OAC champion Mount Union on Saturday at Dial-Roberson Stadium ... Sophomores Sydney Skelding and Sabra Woodruff each scored goals to lead Ohio Northern ... Through 9 games this season, junior Betsy Naugle leads the team this season with 23 goals and 26 points ... Junior Jacqui Lohman is second with 20 goals and Skelding is third with 17 points ... Junior Maddie Storr has 16 goals and a team-best 9 assists and Woodruff leads the team with 29 draw controls ... Storr and Naugle rank 1-2 on ONU's all-time career scoring list with 75 and 72 goals, respectively ... Junior Rachel Shipman leads ONU with 25 career assists ... Storr (90), Naugle (87) 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 87 ... Junior goalkeeper Kelli Hill is 4-5 with a 10.65 GAA ... Hill leads the OAC with 100 saves and is second in the OAC with a .515 save percentage ... Heidelberg is riding a 6-match winning streak and is coming off an 18-8 win over Mount Saint Joseph on Saturday ... Angela Lulejian, Dana Dudley and Jenna Carman all notched four goals in the game to lead the Student Princes ... Lulejian leads the team and is second in the OAC with 37 goals this season ... She is also fifth in the OAC with a team-best 38 points ... Dudley is second on the team with 23 points ... Carman has 15 goals and is second in the OAC with 21 assists for 36 points.
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All-Time Series: Ohio Northern leads the series between the two schools by a 2-0 margin ... ONU won last year's meeting 12-7 in Ada and the 2017 contest 18-4 in Tiffin.
ONU head coach Beth Hemminger: Hemminger in her second season at ONU with a 20-37 record, a winning percentage of .351. She is 52-49 in six years as a head coach overall, a winning percentage of .515.