Oberlin Jumps to Early Lead, Cruises by Olivet

Beverly Hills, MI Oberlin once again jumped out to an early lead and never looked back, cruising to a 12-4 victory over Olivet on Friday night.

Leading the way once again was the sophomore duo of Alex Wagman and Nick Lobley, who scored four and three goals respectively. In total, six Yeomen registered a point on the evening.

Playing at Detroit Country Day Fieldhouse, the Yeomen were able to score in under 90 seconds for the second game in a row. Connor Jackson's unassisted goal came just 65 seconds into regulation. It would be part of a thre-goal, two-assist night for Jackson.

Not to be outdone, Wagman registered his fourth goal of the season just 36 second later.

Wagman would account for three goals in the first period as the Yeomen opened up a 5-1 cushion after the opening frame.

Lobley would get in on the action in the second period, netting two goals in the frame. The Yeomen took a 10-2 halftime advantage into the locker room and was not challenged in in the second half.

First-year Jack Fabrizio scored his first collegiate goal unassisted in the second period. Classmate John Firestone contributed two assists in the Yeomen victory.

Erickson Andrews played the entire game in goal for the Yeomen, making 14 saves.

The Yeomen are now 2-0 and will face Albion College on Wednesday, March 5 at John Carroll University. The Yeomen are scheduled to play their next two home games at John Carroll because of adverse weather conditions.


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