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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: November 26, 2006
BRUNSWICK, Maine --- T.J. Kelley finished with two goals and two assists as the Colby College men's hockey team stayed unbeaten with an easy 10-1 win over Assumption College on the second day of the Bowdoin/Colby Face-Off Classic on Sunday at Bowdoin.
Senior captain Greg Osborne added two goals and one assist for the Mules (3-0). First-year player Michael Belliveau also had two goals, while Joe Rothwell had one goal and two assists.
The Mules led 2-0 after one period on goals by Osborne and the first collegiate score by Jared Crittenden in the opening 5:37 of the game.
Kelley, Mike Butler, Osborne and Belliveau had two scores to help Colby score five times in the second period for a 7-1 win.
Kelley, who added a goal and an assist in the third period, reached 60 career points at 25 goals and 35 assists in his junior season. Arthur Fritch also reached 60 career points as a junior with two assists and now has 14 goals and 46 assists. Patrick Rutherford is at 50 career points (22 goals, 28 assists) after collecting two assists.
Besides the goal by Kelley, Eric Simmons and Joe Rothwell also tallied in the third period. Jeoffrey Jarnot, Josh Reber and Ryan Chrenek all had two assists for the Mules.
Ben Grandjean made 16 saves in goal for Colby.
Colby 10, Assumption 1
C: Greg Osborne (T.J. Kelley, Joe Rothwell), 3:31
C: Jared Crittenden (Mike Policinski, Patrick Rutherford), 5:37
C: T.J. Kelley (Jeoffrey Jarnot, Matt Strickland), 2:01
C: Michael Belliveau (Jeoffrey Jarnot), 7:01
C: Mike Butler (Adam Marino), 9:39
C: Greg Osborne (Josh Reber, Joe Rothwell), 16:04
C: Michael Belliveau (Ryan Chrenek), 17:42
A: Frank Bova (John Routhier), 19:22
C: T.J. Kelley (Greg Osborne, Arthur Fritch), 11:24
C: Eric Simmons (Patrick Rutherford, Ryan Chrenek), 12:49
C: Joe Rothwell (Josh Reber, T.J. Kelley), 16:21
Shots: Assumption 17, Colby 59. Goalies: Jamie DiGiulio (A, 36:04, 32 saves) and David Pinkham (A, 23:36, 17 saves); Ben Grandjean (Colby, 60 minutes, 16 saves).