Saturday, March 2, 2019, 2 pm - Dial-Roberson Stadium, Ada, Ohio
Wednesday's Game: The Ohio Northern women's lacrosse team returns to action on Saturday afternoon against the NCAA Division II Ursuline Arrows at Dial-Roberson Stadium ... The Polar Bears are coming off an 18-3 win over Hiram in their season opener on Wednesday night ... ONU tied its school record single-game goal total of 18 set on three previous occasions ... Seven different ONU players scored at least two goals in the game, led by junior Betsy Naugle with four goals - recording her eighth career hat trick ... Juniors Jacqui Lohman and Eli Carter each had 3-goal hat tricks and junior Maddie Storr had two goals and a career-high five assists for a game-high seven points for ONU ... Storr and Naugle rank 1-2 on ONU's all-time career scoring list with 61 and 53 goals, respectively ... Junior Rachel Shipman leads ONU with 24 career assists ... Storr (72), Shipman (69) and Naugle (65) are in the top three spots in ONU history in total points ... The Polar Bears will take to the road for games at Guilford (N.C.) and Greensboro (N.C.) during their spring break trip next week before returning home to host Albion (Mich.) on March 14 ... The NCAA Division II Arrows enter Saturday's game off a 15-3 loss to #15 (DII) Marcyhurst (Pa.) in their season opener on Sunday ... Sophomore Julia Zackey led Ursuline with 2 goals and Michaela Riley added another goal... Sophomore Dominique Jackson had 3 saves in goal ... UC returns a veteran group of 12 players that finished 7-11 overall last season and 5-7 in the G-MAC under new head coach Eileen Ferry.
ONU Statistical Leaders (2019 Totals):
All-Time Series: The series between the two schools is tied at 1-1 ... ONU won 12-11 at Ada in 2016 and UC won in Ada 19-7in 2017.
ONU head coach Beth Hemminger: Hemminger in her second season at ONU with a 17-32 record, a winning percentage of .347. She is 49-44 in six years as a head coach overall, a winning percentage of .527.