Hockey splits with Sparty; goal scoring becoming issue
The Bulldogs have scored three goals in the last 15 periods of play and have gone 1-4 over that mark.
Senior forward Justin Buzzeo, the 2013-14 team leader in points, just tallied his first point of the season in the seventh game of the season, scoring the lone goal in a 4-1 loss to Michigan State.
Ferris is averaging 1.43 goals per game this season, and their powerplay is working at a 1-30 clip.
Fortunately the defense has been glowing. The penalty kill is strong at 90 percent overall. CJ Motte has a .943 save percentage and a 2.01 goals allowed average on the season, and has kept the Bulldogs alive this season.
Men’s basketball plays close with Division I Oakland
A 94-87 road loss is what the men’s hoops squad has to build on.
Fortunately, that loss was in exhibition, nonetheless to a Divison I opponent.
Ferris visited the Golden Grizzlies on November 1, and came away eight points shy of victory.
Senior guard Drew Lehman had 26 points to pace the Bulldogs, while junior center Jared Stolicker added 18 points and 11 rebounds.
Junior forward Josh Fleming added nine points and a team best 15 rebounds.
The Bulldogs have their conference home opener against Lewis on November 22 at 3:00 p.m.
Rehm named GLIAC player of the week second straight time
Senior Courtney Rehm has helped lead the Bulldogs to a 15-1 league record.
For the second consecutive week, Rehm nabbed GLIAC player of the week honors.
Rehm had a team high 36 kills with 22 digs, four blocks and four aces on the week.
The senior helped Ferris come back and take down No. 14 ranked Grand Valley 3-2.
The Bulldogs then swept Northwood 3-0 and had six more kills in a 3-0 sweep of Lake Superior State on the road.
Rehm also reached a distinguished career mark, notching her 1,000th career kill as a Bulldog. She is the 18th player in school history to reach that mark.
The Bulldogs return home to host Wayne State and Saginaw Valley State on Nov. 7 and 8.
Rehm will be honored on Senior Day on November 8, as it will be one of her final games in a Bulldog Uniform.
The Bulldogs are nationally ranked no. 22 overall.