Thursday, March 21, 2019, 7 pm - Lake Trust Field, Howell, Mich.
Thursday's Game: Ohio Northern will play the middle game of a 3-game road trip on Thursday with a contest at NAIA foe Cleary (Mich.) ... ONU opened its road trip with a 14-7 victory over Siena Heights (Mich.) Saturday and will wrap up its road trip at Trine (Ind.) on March 27 before opening OAC play March 30 at home against Mount Union ... Junior Betsy Naugle (5 goals) and Maddie Storr (4 goals) each recorded hat tricks to lead ONU in the win at Siena Heights ... Through 6 games this season, Lohman leads the team and is third in the OAC in scoring with 20 goals ... Junior Betsy Naugle is second on the team with 16 goals and junior Maddie Storr leads the team with 6 assists ... Junior Kelli Hill is 3-3 with 61 saves and an 8.92 GAA in goal ... Hill is also second in the OAC with a 54.0 save percentage ... Storr and Naugle rank 1-2 on ONU's all-time career scoring list with 66 and 65 goals, respectively ... Junior Rachel Shipman leads ONU with 25 career assists ... Naugle (79), Storr (78) 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 ... Cleary sports a 4-4 overall record and a four-game win streak entering Thursday night's contest ... The Cougars are coming off a 22-1 victory at Rochester (Mich.) on Wednesday, which was their third road game in four days ... Midfielder Jordan Bloch paces the offense with 32 goals and 37 points this season ... In net, goalkeeper Abby Coyne has started all eight contests and owns a 3-3 overall record, a 14.25 GAA, and 45 saves.
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All-Time Series: Ohio Northern leads the series between the two schools by a 1-0 margin ... ONU defeated CU 13-7 at Dial-Roberson Stadium in 2018.
ONU head coach Beth Hemminger: Hemminger in her second season at ONU with a 19-35 record, a winning percentage of .352. She is 51-47 in six years as a head coach overall, a winning percentage of .520.