WATERVILLE, Maine - Husson (0-3) ended their three-game road trip with a loss to Colby College, 26-6 on Tuesday night at Harold Alfond Stadium.
HOW IT HAPPENED:
Colby (2-2) scored seven unanswered goals before Zach Glazier cut into the deficit with 38 seconds left to play in the opening quarter from a great pass from Brendan McNally. Colby opened the second quarter scoring three straight goals before Gunner McAllister tallied the Eagles second goal of the game with 4:21 remaining in the first half. The Mules added four goals to take a 15-2 lead before the half ended, but Blake Campbell wanted to have the last scoring opportunity of the half for both teams as he fired a shot past the Mules keeper with 28 seconds left to play off a nice assist from Jaden Wells.
The Mules came out of the break hot scoring five unanswered goals before Glazier found the back of the net for his second of the game with 5:50 left in the third. Goals by Adam Littlefield and Jack Sine made the score of the 21-5 heading into the final quarter of the game. Colby added five goals in the fourth, while Wells tallied the lone goal for the Eagles as the Mules won the game by a final score of 26-6.
- Glazier had a pair of goals to lead the Eagles.
- McAllister and Wells both had one goal and one assist.
- Campbell and Littlefield had the other Husson goals.
- Chad Merrill led the Eagles with three ground balls.
- Riley Bergstrom dished out five assists, scored a goal and added five ground balls.
- Mac Cushman had five goals, two ground balls and one caused turnover.
- Carter Vickers scored four goals.
- Bret Miller finished with three goals and one assist.
- Will Dodge had a game-high nine ground balls and caused one turnover for Colby.
The Mules held the lead in shots (66-12), ground balls (47-10) and face-off wins (30-6) in the win.
Billy Chizmar played the first half and made three saves. Cooper Giblin played the final 30 minutes and had two stops for Colby.
Husson will look to bounce back when they host the University of Southern Maine this Friday, March 15th. The opening face-off is scheduled for 3:00 p.m.