Men’s lacrosse team loses to Oberlin, 22-11, in first-ever game
|Oberlin (Ohio) (1-0)||10||6||3||3||22|
|G: Sean Higgins - 6||G: Cameron Bazin - 4|
|A: 2 Players (#3, #49 - 3)||A: Cameron Bazin - 3|
|Sv: Nathan Duletzke - 8||Sv: Ryan McGee - 16|
|GB: Eli Clark-Davis - 7||GB: Cameron Bazin - 8|
|Team Statistics||Oberlin (Ohio)||Olivet|
|Face Offs Won||19||18|
OLIVET, Mich. – The Olivet College men's lacrosse team fell to Oberlin (Ohio) College, 22-11, this afternoon at the Cutler Athletic Complex in Olivet. It was the first-ever game in school history for the Comets.
The Yeomen opened the scoring 1 minute and 41 seconds into the game on a man-up goal. Freshman Cameron Bazin (Troy/Athens) scored the first-ever Olivet goal 28 seconds later. Oberlin answered with nine straight goals to take a 10-1 lead. The Comets did not get any closer for the rest of the game.
For the game, Bazin had seven points on four goals and three assists. Freshman Matt Arb (Troy/Athens) provided three goals, while freshmen Joseph Brown (Bay City/Central) and James Collins (Lowell) each had two goals. Freshman Dakota Badder (Troy/Athens) finished with two assists.
Olivet won 18-of-37 face-offs during the game, with freshman Jordan Stover (Clarkston) winning 13-of-25, and freshman Sheldon Berry (Traverse City/Central) winning the other five. In the cage, sophomore Ryan McGee (Traverse City/Central) faced 41 shots and made 16 saves.
The Comets return to action next Saturday, March 2, when they travel to play Benedictine (Ill.) University at 2 p.m. CST/3 p.m. EST.