Sunday, March 3, 2019, 1 pm - Armfield Athletic Conter, Greensboro, N.C.
Sunday's Preview: Ohio Northern takes to the road for the the second game of its 5-game road trip on Sunday with a 1 pm contest at Guilford (N.C.) ... ONU is riding an 8-game road winning streak after winning its final seven road contests in 2018 and a 15-7 win at Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) on Feb. 23 ... Junior Cameron Marous netted five goals and added two assists in the second period to lead the Polar Bear offense ... The third-year attackman has nine goals through two games this season, having posted hat tricks in both contests ... Additionally, senior Nicholas Groves and sophomore Joe O'Connell (Fishers, Ind.) each scored two goals ... Through 2 games this season, Marous leads the team and is third in the OAC with 9 goals and 3 assists and is fourth in the OAc with a team-best 12 points ... Senior Noah St. Croix is also tied for third in the OAC with 3 assists ... Sophomore Preston Victory leads the team with 9 ground balls ... Marous is ONU's all-time career leader with 63 assists and 147 points and is second with 84 career goals in just 35 career games ... Senior Max Weese is ONU's all-time career leader with 94 goals ... Senior Alex Pizarro is 1-1 with 17 saves, a .567 save percentage and an 8.67 GAA in goal ... Guilford is riding a 3-game winning streak and is coming off a 12-9 victory over Methodist (N.C.) on Thursday ... Connor Sweeney scored a career-high five goals and had an assist to lead the Quakers, who were 9-8 a year ago ... Sweeney leads the team with 11 goals and 13 points and Brennan Sweeney is second with 7 goals, a team-high 4 assists and 11 points ... Jack Rogers is 3-0 with 28 saves, a .609 save percentage and a 6.09 GAA in goal.
ONU Statistical Leaders:
|2.||O'Connell||3||St. Croix||3||2.||St. Croix||4||2.||Pavone||9||2.||M.Groves||8|
All-Time Series: Guilford leads the all-time series between the two schools by a 1-0 margin ... The Quakers won 12-7 in 2017 at Guilford.
ONU head coach Nat St. Laurent: St. Laurent in his third season at ONU with a 32-18 record, a winning percentage of .640.